Sunday, March 11, 2012

Andrzej Jagodziński - Deep Cut (1997)

Andrzej Jagodziński - piano, accordion

Adam Cegielski - bass
Czesław Bartkowski - drums

Deep Cut (1997)

(Editor) Andrzej Jagodziński impersonates what was best in Polish mainstream jazz in 80ties and 90ties last century: a perfect mixture of jazz rooted in Blue Note tradition with this specifically Polish blend of folk music and strong influence of classical (often Chopin) music. Skills of musicians in this trio are so high that make rehearsal of this music sound fresh and satisfactory even after many years since its recording...

"Welcome to the world of our music. Our world. Different to that of the end of 20th century. Without a violence, without clamour, here you are not exposed to the smell of a traffic jam. DEEP CUT. We cut ourselves off. Moving to a woodland clearing. As dusk falls the last rays of the sunshine at sunset. Smell of wet grass. Night. The descent is begining. GOING DOWN. It is becoming unquiet. Everybody fears the night. In its quiet nostalgia awakenes. Longing for something, for somebody... As for DJANGO. Only loneliness remains. LONESOME DANCER. And dawn breaks, and space opens up again. Bird song. WALK IN SPACE. Maybe even a dance. PETITE VALSE BRILLANTE. It's a pity to leave a pensive Mr B." (source:

Tracklist: 1.Deep Cut (A. Jagodzinski); 2.Going Down (A. Jagodzinski); 3.Django (J. Lewis); 4.Lonesome Dancer (B. Suchanek); 5.Walk in Space (A. Jagodzinski); 6. Petite Valse Brillante (A. Jagodzinski); 7.Beethoven - 7th Symphony (2nd theme from II movement)

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