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Tales from the Underground Bazaar is O'Bergh's latest release, Sometimes comical and sometimes dark, these 13 wild and strange stories--all true--look at the absurdity in the world. Reminiscent of the music of Laurie Anderson, the topics cover quirky personalities, obsessions, religion, vanity, chance, and hidden meanings.  See Music Player to the right. Available at online retailers including:
CD Baby

Elliptical: The Music of Meshell Ndegeocello

Authors Jon O'Bergh and Andre Akinyele explore one of the most fascinating and creative figures in contemporary music: Meshell Ndegeocello. From her first album "Plantation Lullabies" to her current "Comet, Come to Me," this book tries to capture the essence of Meshell's music from a fan's point of view. This first ever comprehensive look at her career takes the reader inside her music explaining what makes it so powerful and successful. Available in both print and e-book versions from most major retailers including:

Barnes & Noble

Song of Fire - An innovative e-book combining music and stories

What is it about music that so powerfully affects us? Starting with the premise that music is the motion of the universe and life itself, Song of Fire is a journey of exploration. Using mp3 song clips and photos, the writing blends travel, culture, personal stories, humor and spirituality to explore the meaning of music in our lives.

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