The new, already third album of Maciej Fortuna Trio is a very personal release which came into being in the home recording studio in December 2012. For the members of the band it is a fruit of months of working on the stage, a summary of the chequered past year, during which they played 89 concerts together. New compositions interwine with open forms. This is the first album in which Maciej Fortuna’s unique musical language outlines fully. The end result of this release would not feature its exceptional shape if it had not been for the equivalent input of each member of the Trio. The new recording is a bridge between the previous achievements of the complement and their new programme being under preparation for several months.
Maciej Fortuna Trio "At Home"
Maciej Fortuna - trumpet, miscellaneous
Piotr Lemańczyk - bass
Krzysztof Gradziuk - drums
01. 04:46 For Alice - Maciej Fortuna
02. 06:38 Travel To Anhram - Maciej Fortuna
03. 06:11 No Man's Land - Maciej Fortuna
04. 03:37 Rivendell - Maciej Fortuna
05. 06:32 Night - Maciej Fortuna
06. 06:07 Prelude - Maciej Fortuna
07. 04:37 Story in 4 Parts: I - Maciej Fortuna Trio
08. 05:58 Story in 4 Parts: II - Maciej Fortuna Trio
09. 02:49 Story in 4 Parts: III - Maciej Fortuna Trio
10. 02:39 Story in 4 Parts: IV - Maciej Fortuna Trio
11. 05:16 For Alice - Maciej Fortuna
special guest Marta Podulka - vocals (track 07)
Recorded at Fortuna Music Studio in Poznan, 11.12.2012.
Recorded by Maciej Frycz and Maciej Fortuna
Mixed and mastered by Fortuna Music Studio
Produced by Maciej Fortuna
Cover photo Julia Ruminiecka
Artwork Neko Studio
Publisher Fortuna Music 2013
Special thanks to our parents, Marta Podulka, Julia Ruminiecka, Maja Musznicka, Maciej Frycz, Tomasz Klukojć, Jurij Czerwiński, Łukasz Wojtowicz, Bartosz Krzywulski, Filip Walczak, Jacek Pohl, Przemek Dzięgiel, Bartosz Kalbarczyk, Dawid Powicki, Dawid Skałecki, Kasprzaka Street Team, and everybody who helped us to record this album.
Release date: 28 June 2013 at the concert of Maciej Fortuna Trio in his home town Leszno (Poland).