Cosmic Friction

by Purusha

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Olga Kivius This is a debut album by Polish free-jazz trio, which musicians are well-known as the members of such great projects as W.Zimpel's "Hera" & "To Tu Orchestra", R.Rogiński's "Cukunft" & others.
I was surprised, that this recording sounds like jazz of 1960s but I found this as a very charming feature!
The music here is quite atmospheric with soft, deep, careful, unique sound of sax, creative rhythm section and the ideal performing. It strongly catches attention. ))
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Paweł Postaremczak – tenor saxophone
Wojciech Traczyk – double bass
Paweł Szpura – drums

Purusha – universal soul of all beings and of the existence itself, the opposite of an individual
soul. When playing together, each of us keeps their own perspective. Each of us plays our own
feelings and emotions, not the feelings and emotions of other colleagues. Consequently, the
only level at which we are in agreement is the level of the essence. The core. Purusha.

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released August 19, 2015

Recorded March 28 & 29, 2014 at the Genetix studio in Warsaw (Poland).
Recording engineer: Michał Kupicz
Mix: Wojciech Traczyk
Master: Michał Kupicz
Design: For Tune®
Cover & other photos: Justyna Jaworska (photo p. 2 – licentia poetica)
From left: P. Postaremczak, P. Szpura, W. Traczyk

All tunes composed by Wojciech Traczyk, excecpt for tracks 02 and 05 (P. Postaremczak, P. Szpura, W. Traczyk)

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1st edition. Previously unissued.

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