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Starting at the beginning of this year, Krzysztof Medyna and Andrzej Winnicki (Komeda Project alumni), set out to put a new and entirely different project together. So, the WM Project was born. In March they got a bunch of amazing New York City musicians together to record a new CD.
Here's the line-up: Jeremy Pelt on trumpet (five-time DownBeat & Jazz Journalists Association Rising Star Award winner), Marshall Gilkes on trombone (awarded a title of a Rising Star in the latest DownBeat Magazine critics poll and a double 2016 Grammy nominee), Krzysztof Medyna (Komeda Project alumnus) on tenor sax, Rafal Sarnecki on guitar, Andrzej Winnicki (Komeda Project alumnus) on piano, Jeff Dingler on bass and Michael Winnicki on drums.
The title of the CD is "From a Familiar Place"

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Article: Year in Review

Popular Tracks: 2018

Read "Popular Tracks: 2018" reviewed by Michael Ricci


All About Jazz tracks how often a featured song is heard, and the following represent the most popular in 2018. If you missed them the first time around, give them a listen now, and enjoy! Sway Sara LaCombe Sophisticated Lady Saraphim Records Featured: August 26, 2018 ...

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Track of the Day

Mercy, Mercy, Mercy feat. Jeremy Pelt

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Label: WM Records
Released: 2017
Duration: 6:35

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Video

From a Familiar Place

Featuring the music of WM Project
Duration: 8:07

Trailer for WM Project's upcoming "From a Familiar Place" CD release with Jeremy Pelt - trumpet ;Marshall Gilkes - trombone; Krzysztof Medyna - tenor saxophone; Rafal Sarnecki - guitar; Andrzej Winnicki - piano; Jeff Dingler - bass; Michael Winnicki - drums. Produced by Andrzej Winnicki & Krzysztof Medyna.
Album

From a Familiar Place

Label: WM Records
Released: 2017
Track listing: From a Familiar Place; Mercy, Mercy, Mercy; Blind Warriors; On Sunday, After Church; Take Five; Das Bounce; Grass Hoppers; Praeludium; Looking Ahead.

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Article: Album Review

WM Project: From a Familiar Place

Read "From a Familiar Place" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan


The WM Project, led by saxophonist Krzysztof Medyna and pianist Andrzej Winnicki, doesn't sound much like the Komeda Project. Medyna and Winnicki have earned well-deserved acclaim for their work in that ensemble that explores the music of their countryman, Krzysztof Komeda. But here, instead of the Polish melancholy, haunting themes and brooding melodies, they take From ...


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