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From a Familiar Place

From a Familiar Place by Andrzej Winnicki
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Andrzej Winnicki

Label: WM Records
Released: 2017
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Track Listing

From a Familiar Place; Mercy, Mercy, Mercy; Blind Warriors; On Sunday, After Church; Take Five; Das Bounce; Grass Hoppers; Praeludium; Looking Ahead


Personnel

Additional Personnel / Information

Jeremy Pelt: trumpet; Marshall Gilkes: trombone; Krzysztof Medyna: tenor sax; Rafal Sarnecki: guitar; Andrzej Winnicki: piano; Jeff Dingler: bass; Michael Winnicki: drums

Album Description

Starting at the beginning of this year, Krzysztof Medyna and Andrzej Winnicki (Komeda Project alumni), have set to put a new and entirely different project together. So, the WM Project was born. In March we've got a bunch of amazing New York City musicians together to record a new CD. Here's the line-up: Jeremy Pelt on trumpet, Marshall Gilkes on trombone (awarded a title of the Rising Star in the latest DownBeat Magazine critics poll and a double 2016 Grammy nominee), Krzysztof Medyna (Komeda Project and Slawomir Kulpowicz In/Formation alumnus) on tenor sax, Rafal Sarnecki - on guitar, Andrzej Winnicki (Komeda Project alumnus) on piano, Jeff Dingler on bass and Michael Winnicki on drums. The title of the upcoming CD is "From a Familiar Place". It will be officially released by the middle of October. It contains two widely known standards: "Mercy, Mercy Mercy" by Joe Zawinul and "Take Five" by Paul Desmond (of Dave Brubeck Quartet fame) as well as 7 originals.


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