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The second album from saxophonist and composer Kuba Wiecek placed artist's name on the list of '25 For The Future Musicians with the potential to shape the genre' by 'DownBeat'Magazine. Young artist is a citizen of the world in more than just the musical sense. Educated in New York, Amsterdam, Copenhagen and Warsaw, he moves at ease not only between continents, but also among his own numerous experiments. 'Multitasking' is an ideal soundtrack for the reality that surrounds us. In the studio, the saxophonist was once again joined by Michal Baranski and Lukasz Zyta. The final sound of the album was refined by world-class Japanese sound engineer Seigen Ono.Only 300 copies. Trans orange 180g LP, single sleeve
The second album from saxophonist and composer Kuba Wiecek placed artist's name on the list of '25 For The Future Musicians with the potential to shape the genre' by 'DownBeat'Magazine. Young artist is a citizen of the world in more than just the musical sense. Educated in New York, Amsterdam, Copenhagen and Warsaw, he moves at ease not only between continents, but also among his own numerous experiments. 'Multitasking' is an ideal soundtrack for the reality that surrounds us. In the studio, the saxophonist was once again joined by Michal Baranski and Lukasz Zyta. The final sound of the album was refined by world-class Japanese sound engineer Seigen Ono.Only 300 copies. Trans orange 180g LP, single sleeve
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Multitasking (Polish Jazz vol. 82)
Artist: Kuba Wiecek Trio
Format: Vinyl
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1. SUGARboost
2. Tacos in LA
3. Me ; My Present Reason
4. Niszczycielskie Buldozery
5. Jazz Robots (feat. Marcin Masecki)
6. Jazz Masala
7. Eden
8. Wspomnienia starego kowala i jego los
9. The Day Off
10. Multitasking

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The second album from saxophonist and composer Kuba Wiecek placed artist's name on the list of '25 For The Future Musicians with the potential to shape the genre' by 'DownBeat'Magazine. Young artist is a citizen of the world in more than just the musical sense. Educated in New York, Amsterdam, Copenhagen and Warsaw, he moves at ease not only between continents, but also among his own numerous experiments. 'Multitasking' is an ideal soundtrack for the reality that surrounds us. In the studio, the saxophonist was once again joined by Michal Baranski and Lukasz Zyta. The final sound of the album was refined by world-class Japanese sound engineer Seigen Ono.Only 300 copies. Trans orange 180g LP, single sleeve
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