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Wasilewski/Kurkiewicz/Miskiewicz: Trio

Read "Trio" reviewed by Ollie Bivens

European jazz musicians tend to have an affinity for jazz that is free and very melodic. The pianist, bassist, and drummer from Tomasz Stanko's working quartet debut with Trio, consisting of five free improvisations and eight composed tunes, walking the line between free and mainstream jazz. It's perfect for listening when one is in a contemplative ...

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Wasilewski/Kurkiewicz/Miskiewicz: Trio

Read "Trio" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

This Polish piano trio has been backing the country's best-known jazz trumpeter, ECM Records solo artist Tomasz Stanko. With this release, the musicians get their day in the sun, so to speak. Falling in suit with the label's somewhat ethereal aesthetic--particularly when considering similar European piano trios--this band fuses melodic charm with probing structures and colorific ...

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Wasilewski/Kurkiewicz/Miskiewicz: Trio

Read "Trio" reviewed by AAJ Staff

When scientists want to look at the effect of a variable in a given scenario, they remove or replace it, then see what happens. It's impossible to be rigorously scientific about human nature, but the empirical approach still has some clues to offer when it comes to group dynamics. Take for example the group ...

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Wasilewski/Kurkiewicz/Miskiewicz: Trio

Read "Trio" reviewed by John Kelman

Pianist Marcin Wasilewski, double-bassist Slawomir Kurkiewicz, and drummer Michal Miskiewicz are best known as the young Polish musicians who have collaborated with trumpet legend Tomasz Stanko in recent years, in particular on Soul of Things and Suspended Night . But while Stanko has been a mentor since '93, first calling Wasilewski when he was only sixteen ...


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