Pablo Embon, originally from Argentina grew up in a special musical environment. He developed intuitive composition skills at very young age; at the age of 7 he had already created his first songs for both guitar and piano. Participated and won recognitions in public music contests including songs written in the French language. Being coached by Eduardo Isaac, one of the finest Latin America contemporary classical guitar players developed a very solid background for the instrument and composition skills. During the early '80s, Pablo carried out and led with other musicians, a music project called 'Planeta XVI' a compilation of experimental instrumental pieces associated with an original science fiction story. Part of the project was locally released in 1989. After he immigrated to Israel he continued his music creation activities in the alternative and jazz genres, owning a recording studio and producing his own music. Pablo's music is characterized by a very rich and soothing harmonic content, in which a blend of medieval, modern jazz and classical influences are strongly perceived, being the piano his core musical instrument for his work. Pablo is today an independent musician. "Urban Compulsion" is an original collection of different jazz styles pieces, including smooth jazz, swing, blues and modern. All pieces in the album were performed, arranged and recorded by the author.