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Multi-instrumentalist Michal Urbaniak (violin, saxophone, lyricon). was born in Warsaw in1943 but grew up in Lodz, of which he is an ambassador and honorary citizen. In 1962 he traveled to the United States for the first time, performing at various jazz festivals with Andrzej Trzaskowski's quintet The Wreckers in Washington DC, Newport, New Orleans and New York. He received rave reviews, including in the New York Times. From 1969, he led the Michal Urbaniak Group, which consisted primarily of Polish jazz artists, namely Adam Makovicz (electric piano), Pawel Jarcebski (bass), Czeslaw Bartkowski (drums) and his wife Urszula Dudziak (vocals). The present Radio Bremen concert was recorded with this line-up as well. - After that, he and his wife moved back to the United States, where he performed in numerous clubs and concert halls (f.e. Carnegie Hall, Beacon Theatre) with jazz stars such as Herbie Hancock, Chick Corea and Billy Cobham. In 1985, he participated in a recording session with Miles Davis for the album "Tutu!". He was a co-founder of the so-called UrbJazz fusion jazz in New York. As the first creator of fusion music, he introduced rock, rap and hip-hop into jazz by forming the band Urbanator in 1989 and the UrbSymphony Project in 1995. In the 2000s, he wrote music for 25 American movies, among others, and also appeared as an actor. - To date, the exceptional Polish artist has released over 60 albums. - Two original albums from Michal Urbaniak's early days and a unique live recording from Radio Bremen, where he presented the tracks from the two albums "Paratyphus B" and "Inactin" before they were released on vinyl a couple of months later.
Multi-instrumentalist Michal Urbaniak (violin, saxophone, lyricon). was born in Warsaw in1943 but grew up in Lodz, of which he is an ambassador and honorary citizen. In 1962 he traveled to the United States for the first time, performing at various jazz festivals with Andrzej Trzaskowski's quintet The Wreckers in Washington DC, Newport, New Orleans and New York. He received rave reviews, including in the New York Times. From 1969, he led the Michal Urbaniak Group, which consisted primarily of Polish jazz artists, namely Adam Makovicz (electric piano), Pawel Jarcebski (bass), Czeslaw Bartkowski (drums) and his wife Urszula Dudziak (vocals). The present Radio Bremen concert was recorded with this line-up as well. - After that, he and his wife moved back to the United States, where he performed in numerous clubs and concert halls (f.e. Carnegie Hall, Beacon Theatre) with jazz stars such as Herbie Hancock, Chick Corea and Billy Cobham. In 1985, he participated in a recording session with Miles Davis for the album "Tutu!". He was a co-founder of the so-called UrbJazz fusion jazz in New York. As the first creator of fusion music, he introduced rock, rap and hip-hop into jazz by forming the band Urbanator in 1989 and the UrbSymphony Project in 1995. In the 2000s, he wrote music for 25 American movies, among others, and also appeared as an actor. - To date, the exceptional Polish artist has released over 60 albums. - Two original albums from Michal Urbaniak's early days and a unique live recording from Radio Bremen, where he presented the tracks from the two albums "Paratyphus B" and "Inactin" before they were released on vinyl a couple of months later.
885513122322
Michal Urbaniak - Sound Pieces

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Format: CD
Label: MOOSICUS
Rel. Date: 12/08/2023
UPC: 885513122322

Sound Pieces
Artist: Michal Urbaniak
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. Paratyphus B
2. Valium
3. Irena
4. Winter Piece
5. Sound Pieces
6. Inactin
7. Alu
8. Ekim
9. Silence
10. Fall
11. Groovy Desert
12. Lato
13. Winter Piece (Live, Bremen, 1972)
14. Introduction and Valium (Live, Bremen, 1972)
15. Irena (Live, Bremen, 1972)
16. Paratyphus B (Live, Bremen, 1972)
17. Sound Pieces (Live, Bremen, 1972)
18. Groovy Desert / Silence / Lato (Live, Bremen, 1972)

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Multi-instrumentalist Michal Urbaniak (violin, saxophone, lyricon). was born in Warsaw in1943 but grew up in Lodz, of which he is an ambassador and honorary citizen. In 1962 he traveled to the United States for the first time, performing at various jazz festivals with Andrzej Trzaskowski's quintet The Wreckers in Washington DC, Newport, New Orleans and New York. He received rave reviews, including in the New York Times. From 1969, he led the Michal Urbaniak Group, which consisted primarily of Polish jazz artists, namely Adam Makovicz (electric piano), Pawel Jarcebski (bass), Czeslaw Bartkowski (drums) and his wife Urszula Dudziak (vocals). The present Radio Bremen concert was recorded with this line-up as well. - After that, he and his wife moved back to the United States, where he performed in numerous clubs and concert halls (f.e. Carnegie Hall, Beacon Theatre) with jazz stars such as Herbie Hancock, Chick Corea and Billy Cobham. In 1985, he participated in a recording session with Miles Davis for the album "Tutu!". He was a co-founder of the so-called UrbJazz fusion jazz in New York. As the first creator of fusion music, he introduced rock, rap and hip-hop into jazz by forming the band Urbanator in 1989 and the UrbSymphony Project in 1995. In the 2000s, he wrote music for 25 American movies, among others, and also appeared as an actor. - To date, the exceptional Polish artist has released over 60 albums. - Two original albums from Michal Urbaniak's early days and a unique live recording from Radio Bremen, where he presented the tracks from the two albums "Paratyphus B" and "Inactin" before they were released on vinyl a couple of months later.
        
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