Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Dorota Gorjainow & Wieslaw Wysocki - Komeda (2001)

Dorota Gorjainow - voc
Wiesław Wycocki - as, ts, ss, cl, fl, kurtzweil - sampler
Daniel Kondraciuk - recytatywa

Every year Chopin is murdered by innumerable projects which has nothing in common with the genius of this composer except that they want to rob him out of his name to sell some unambitious music. Another victim of this trend is Komeda, arguably the most well-known jazz musician in Polish jazz history. Some of music which is advertised as "inspired" by him is hopeless and worthless or... simply ridiculous. That's the case with this album by Dorota Gorjainow and Wiesław Wysocki whose effort sounds as if Kenny G. would decide to go for music of Ornette Coleman, Archie Shepp and Albert Ayler to prove their tunes could be turn into elevator music. Horrible! Avoid it at all cost!!!

Author: Maciej Nowotny

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