Michal Urbaniak | Fusion III

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Fusion III

by Michal Urbaniak

Music beyond ganres and straight from americanized european heart of Michal Urbaniak
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Fusion
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1. Chinatown (Part I)
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2. Kuyaviak Goes Funky
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6:16 $0.99
3. Roksana
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4. Crazy Kid
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5. Prehistoric Bird
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6. Bloody Kishka
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7. Cameo
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8. Strech
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9. Metroliner
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10. Chinatown (Part II)
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Album Notes
Michal Urbaniak's third Fusion set for Columbia -- very fittingly titled, considering what a huge influence his playing had on the genre! The album's a very tight batch of groovers -- soaring and spacious, but never overindulgent -- sometimes featuring scatting vocals by wife Urszula Dudziak, and also sporting strong rhythms from drummers Gerald Brown and Steve Gadd. There's lots of keyboards and electric grooving on the set, and titles include "Chinatown", "Bloody Kishka", "Cameo", "Stretch", "Metroliner", "Roskana", and "Kuyaviak Goes Funky

"Fusion III has been on my permanent CDs to buy list forever, I can't believe Columbia never released it. This record is one of my absolute favorites from the 1970s, along with Urbaniak's "Body English." Any plans for that one? Anyway, many thanks for making this one available!"


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Joseph A Paradiso

This was one of my favorite fusion LP's from back in the 70's - it really captures some of the high points of the genre extremely well. It's great to see it on CD at last. Of course, it would be great to see Atma, Body English, and Heritage also come out on CD!!


Excellent Album
I had this album back in the late 70's...excellent album..great fun to listen to. Brings back memories...glad CD Baby was able to get it.