It's been a long time with no activity, but I'm proud to finally announce that the Komeda Project album is now available!!!!! In 2014/2015 Miroslav Bukovsky and I ran an octet called the Komeda Project - it was one of the best bands I've ever played in and written for - Jonathan Zwartz, Evan Mannell, Ben Hauptmann, Erkki Veltheim, Andrew Robson, James Greening and Miroslav Bukovsky.
Thursday night at the spacious converted church housing the Polish/Slavic Center in Greenpoint, the Komeda Project - this particular version featuring pianist Andrzej Winnicki, sax player Krzysztof Medyna, trumpeter Russ Johnson and an inspired, absolutely spot-on pickup rhythm section of Drew Gress on bass and Rudy Royston on drums - played a show that was as hauntingly nuanced as the album.
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May 06, 2008 · Komeda, from Umeå, Sweden, started out as a pit band for a Buster Keaton film festival in 1991. Subsequently, they played at a series of festivals and composed music for films under the name Projektor 7. The name "Komeda" is taken from the Polish jazz pianist and composer Krzysztof Komeda Komeda's sound is a fusion of swedish pop, 60's lounge,…
Komeda's group also featured, at one time, saxophonist Michael Urbaniak and drummer Czeslaw Bartkowski, both of whom found widespread acclaim in Urbaniak's 1970s group, Fusion, where the leader doubled on violin. Born and raised in Poland, Andrzej Winnicki and Krzysztof Medyna have been playing together for over thirty years.
Forming as a quartet of schoolfriends, Komeda consisted of vocalist Lena Karlsson, guitarist Henrik Andersson (in 1994 replaced by Mattias Norlander from the band Blithe), bassist Marcus Holmberg and Holmberg's brother Jonas on drums.
swedish indie pop band komeda combines krautrock, film music, and jazz on their debut album pop pÅ svenska , a sophisticated and heavily orchestrated pet project
Metronome, the Swedish record company, recorded his music played by an international quintet: Allan Botschinsky (trumpet), Jan "Ptaszyn" Wróblewski (tenor saxophone), Krzysztof Komeda (piano), Roman Dyląg (stage name: Gucio; contrabass) and Rune Carlsson (percussion).
EABS debut album entitled “Repetitions (Letters To Krzysztof Komeda)” is a dedication to Polish Jazz legend Krzysztof Komeda. This album is an analysis of conscientiously selected compositions by Komeda between 1962-1967.
From the album "What Makes It Go"http://www.mintyfresh.com
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