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Fusion
  • Performer:
    Michal Urbaniak
  • Title:
    Music for Violin and Jazz Quartet
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Fusion
  • Date of release:
    1980
  • Recording date:
    December 17, 1980 - December 18, 1980
  • Size FLAC version
    1796 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1231 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1826 megabytes
  • Rating:
    4.8
  • Votes:
    108
  • Formats:
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Violinist Michal Urbaniak, who had been playing fusion for the past decade, in late 1980 recorded his first straight-ahead jazz date. Teamed up with pianist Kenny Barron, guitarist Ted Dunbar, bassist Buster Williams and drummer Roy Haynes, Urbaniak performs three Horace Silver tunes (including "Cookin' at the Continental"), Stanley Turrentine's "Sugar," Wayne Shorter's "House of Jade" and three of his melodic originals.

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MICHAL URBANIAK is a Jazz Rock/Fusion, Progressive Rock artist from Poland. Michal Urbaniak biography "As a boy prodigy violinist, I played many recitals and concerts with philharmonic orchestras. Eight years after I thought I had given up the violin for good I dusted it off and arduously began to teach it to play Jazz as I had done with the saxophone.

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Urbaniak Quartet, Michal. Michał Urbaniak (born January 22, 1943) is a Polish jazz musician and composer born in Warsaw, playing mainly the violin, lyricon and saxophone during concerts and recordings. He played a central role in the development of jazz fusion in the 1970s and 1980s, and has introduced elements of folk, R&B, hip hop, and symphonic music to jazz. Urbaniak started his music education during high school in Łódź, and continued from 1961 in Warsaw in the violin class of Tadeusz Wroński. They recorded their first international album, Parathyphus B, and played on many festivals, including Jazz Jamboree in 1969–1972. His fusion with a hint of folklore was becoming popular among the leaders of American jazz, and also provided opportunity for many new musicians (Harold Williams, Steve Jordan, Marcus Miller, Kenny Kirkland, Tony Bunn, Omar Hakim, and Victor Bailey.

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Jazz Legends 3 by Michal Urbaniak Live at the Village Vanguard, released 13 February 2014 1. Stella By Starlight 2. Stardust 3. I Just Love You 4. Satin Lady 5. Viscan 6. WalcOberek Michal Urbaniak Live at the Village Vanguard in New York with his great Jazz Quartett playing live on his Talking Violin. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card.

Credits

Kenny Barron - Piano, Piano (Electric)
Ted Dunbar - Guitar
Roy Haynes - Drums
N.Y. 5 - Primary Artist
Michal Urbaniak - Primary Artist, Violin
Buster Williams - Bass

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If the above review is true that this LP has not been issued on cd, that is really a shame. This is high quality music with an awesome band. Every member of this unit has been a leader in their own right, and this recording reflects their high caliber. Urbaniak gets a full range of sound out of his violin, making this music highly expressive and proving that violin can be a strong solo instrument for jazz. A quibble would be that the production and soundstage is a little "smooth", which becomes evident particularly when listening to the whole album in a sitting. But his violin is good with this group the way Ray Nance was for Ellington. If you see this one in a used record store, pick it up.