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OnOffOn
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CD Reviews
Bridge to Presage
Review by Gary Hill
This is OnOffOn's third album and these guys never fail to produce a quality musical exploration. This one, as all their discs, combines a strong jazz texture with prog rock leanings for a unique and captivating sonic structure.
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Surrender Now
Review by Gary Hill
This debut release from OnOffOn features song writing that covers many musical styles. In fact, if one wanted to pick a shortcoming of the work, it covers too many styles.
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Your Mind
Review by Gary Hill
With their second album, OnOffOn have created one that is more consistent in tone, but very hard to classify. Certainly the jazz influences are strong here, and the band manage to pull together some strong blues influenced material.
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Interviews
OnOffOn
Interview by Gary Hill
Interview with Von Babasin of OnOffOn From 2006
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OnOffOn
Interview by Gary Hill
Interview with Von Babasin of OnOffOn From 2004
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Sampler compilations are always sketchy endeavors. I for one would not want to compile one myself. My tastes are far too wide and I would be thinking of what I like and not what I thought fits best.
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I have known Gary Hill for a while now and the one thing that I can say with complete certainty about him is that he takes his music seriously. 


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