Jerzy Milian - Ashkhabad Girl (1967-1972) flac album
Title: Ashkhabad Girl (1967-1972)
MP3 album: 1197 mb
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Genre: Jazz / Funk
Originally Recorded Between 1967 And 1972 At Polish Radio Poznan Studio ; All Recordings Come From The Tape Archives Of Radio Merkury ; This Is A CD Reissue Of A Limited LP Released In 2003 On Obuh Records.
Ashkhabad Girl (1967-1972). 1958.
Jerzy Stanisław Milian (April 10, 1935 – March 7, 2018) was a jazz musician, painter, composer and vibraphonist. At sixteen he graduated from the Secondary School of Music in Poznan. His teachers were Wolfram Heicking and Bogusław Schaeffer. In the years 1953-1955 formed a quintet with Stanisław Chwiłkowski, Ryszard Czaplicki, Jerzy Piątek and Stanisław Lisek.
18 October 2017 ·. 862 Views. Jerks At The Audience is one of the fantastic tunes released on very rare Ashkhabad Girl LP (Obuh, V23).
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Artist: Jerzy Milian Trio Album: Baazaar Year: 1969 Genre: Jazz, Post-bop Band Members: Vocals - Ewa Wanat Vibraphone, Marimba - Jerzy Milian Flute - Janusz Mych Drums - Grzegorz Gierłowski Double Bass - Jacek Bednarek. Tracklist: A1 Memory Of Bach (K. Komeda, J. Milian) A2 My Favourite Band (J. Milian) A3 Rewelacyjny Luciano (Sensational Luciano) (J. Milian) A4 Szkice ludowe (Folk Sketches) (J. Milian) B1 Tempus Jazz 67 (J. Milian) B2 Bazar w Aszchabadzie (Ashkabad Bazaar) (J. Milian) B3 Serial Rag (J. Milian) B4 Valse Ex Cathedra (J. Milian). I love how milian brings the vibraphone up for brief moments in the foreground, then lets it sink back into almost an ambient mode when the singer comes in. about 6 months ago. Steele Beats.
new CD OBUH Records '2009. new CD in digipack BRAND NEW CD STILL SEALED newly remastered for the CD release. These archive recordings of Jerzy Milian's band were recorded between 1967-1972 and were unearthed from the vaults of Radio Merkury in Poznan, Poland