Jargon is known primarily as the co-founder and longtime member of the Greek band Verbal Delirium, with which he has had three albums. A talented pianist, who has been playing since the age of 7 and composing since he was 12, decided to reveal his solo face. His debut album “The Fading Thought” is currently being released by Polish Prog label OSKAR Records.
The music on Jargon’s solo album is, on the one hand, strong Prog Rock sounds well-known from Verbal Delirium, and on the other a lot of space and airiness. The artist, composing on the piano, places keyboards in the foreground, and the string parts also play a significant role in the sound of this album. Listening to this album, we go on a journey through the areas of classical music, visiting the world like from a movie soundtrack, and after a while we enter the spaces of sublime Rock. Undoubtedly, it is an album worth recommending not only to fans of Progressive Rock.
After the vinyl version released this year, we get an elegant digipack edition from the OSKAR Records with an 8-page bookletdesigned and manipulated by the talented artist D. Tzortzis.
Read our review of the album here: [Review] Jargon – The Fading Though
Along with the cd release the artist release the 2nd video clip of the album for the track “The Film,” watch it below:
01. The Film
02. In Search Of The Invisible Thin Line
03. Dance Of The Framed Words
04. The Fading Thought
06. Time Is Running Out
07. How Can I?
08. The Last Temptation
09. Window To The World
10. Light (Alternate Version)
Jargon (Verbal Delirium) / Vocals, Keyboards, Piano
Nikitas Kissonas / Guitars
Leonidas Petropoulos / Bass
Wil Bow (Verbal Delirium) / Drums
Kostas Karitzis / Violin
Stelios Papanastasis / Viola
Thodoris Mouzakitis / Violin
Aris Zervas / Cello
Lupe / Additional Vocals (7)