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Label: Audio Cave
Released: 2019
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Wojciech Lichtanski Questions: Iga

Read "Iga" reviewed by Jerome Wilson

Wojciech Lichtanski is a young Polish saxophonist who works in several contexts as a leader and sideman. His music, on this CD with his band Questions, draws on the contemplative melodicism heard from many European musicians associated with the ECM label, as well as carrying its own frisky energy. Some of Lichtanski's compositions, like ...

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Tomasz Dąbrowski FREE4ARTS: When I Come Across

Read "When I Come Across" reviewed by Troy Dostert

A musician who has frequently changed creative directions, trumpeter Tomasz Dabrowski takes yet another uncharted path with his latest FREE4ARTS album, When I Come Across. With erstwhile pianist Jacob Anderskov moving aside for guitarist Simon Krebs, this version of the band now possesses a grittier, rock-inflected sound. With frequent Dabrowski colleague Sven Dam Meinild switching from ...

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Tubis Trio: So Us

Read "So Us" reviewed by Geno Thackara

There are so many acts that are easy not to notice--yes, even in the jazz world where just about everybody is under the radar in some way--but this Polish piano trio still seems more of a buried treasure than most. They've quietly built an impressively smart catalogue almost in secret, like an out- of-the-way quality restaurant ...

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Tomasz Dąbrowski FREE4ARTS: When I Come Across

Read "When I Come Across" reviewed by Mark Sullivan

Polish trumpeter Tomasz Dąbrowski (who lives in Denmark) leads an empathetic Nordic quartet with FREE4ARTS, in their sophomore outing. As the group name implies, they play freely, favoring the rubato approach found in so many ECM recordings. Opening track “HPB" begins with new member guitarist Simon Krebs (replacing pianist Jacob Anderskov) and baritone saxophonist Sven Dam ...

Iga

Label: Audio Cave
Released: 2019
Track listing: Iga; Grandpa, Where You Ramble Now (Improvisation One); Auto, Auto; Are You Ready; Mr. Muniak, What's Now; On Green Dolphin Street; Improvisation Two: First Question; Blue Monday.

So Us

Label: Audio Cave
Released: 2019
Track listing: So Us; Barfly Dougie; Secret Agent; Wednesday It Is; Komorebi Now; Binary Parade; Quantum Junkie; Up and About.

When I Come Across

Label: Audio Cave
Released: 2019
Track listing: HBP; Pegleg; I Have No Idea; Stand Alone Objects; When You Get to Actual Playing; Pulse For Me; When I Come Across.

The Wroclaw Sessions

Label: Audio Cave
Released: 2019
Track listing: Euterpe; Franz; Raaste Men; Lullaby for Tymon; Pata Pata; Segment; Song Of Delilah; Slap, Kick & Stop; Little Shiva.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Mark Alban Lotz: The Wroclaw Sessions

Read "The Wroclaw Sessions" reviewed by Don Phipps

Mark Alban Lotz has infused his album The Wroclaw Sessions with a collection of standards, classics and four originals (three of which he co-wrote) that explore a wide range of musical styles. Aided by bassist Grzegorz Piasecki and drummer Wojciech Buliński, Lotz easily makes transitions over a diverse musical terrain, which includes numbers such as Sam ...


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