and who became internationally renowned for his long running collaboration with singer Viktoria Tolstoy, loves to work with extremes. This starts with his instrument whose emotional breadth ranges from fragile gentleness to a sense of mighty awe. Besides instrumental ability, a great imagination for modern sounds characterizes Karlzon s music. He calls it technorganic or also acoustic but electric . But these are really only means of expression; they are not an end in itself. The jeans and boots guy wants to tell stories of experience and dreams; he reveals something of himself, of his delight in music and performance. He does not want to deliver merely technically brilliant fireworks, even though, of course, he delivers these too on his new album More , - his ninth CD and the first on the German label ACT. Together with his JK3 members, Hans Andersson on bass and Jonas Holgersson on drums, Jacob Karlzon creates soundscapes of marvelous power and intensity. What is more, "More" is most probably the first album in history to feature cover versions of both Nik Kershaw and Korn.