In 2003 saxophonist, teacher Slawek Dudar founded the Slawek Dudar Quartet, which is currently together with Robert Jarmużek (piano), Adam Kabaciński (bass), and Wojciech Buliński (drums). Their new album Inside City (2013) was the result of over two years exploring.

The album features beside the quartet Wroclaw singer and composer Jacek Zamecki and guitarist Arthur Lesicki. All members of the band are graduated musicians with the impetus to expand their music to the world outside Poland.

Their music can described as contemporary jazz with a strong tendency to atmospheric jazz. Inside City starts with a dynamic bass run, on which Slawek expands his wide and wild saxophone solo followed by Robert on keys.

Red Man leans more to the romantic side according to the mellow key strokes on Robert's piano. P.M.A. is a fast paced and drum driven swing with a side­kick to Latin rhythm and a very impressing piano solo. Way Of Life has a slightly Arabian influence in the interpretation of the sax. On the following pieces you will find a lot of more solos far into the land of free improvisation.

Inside City is a child of the Polish jazz scene, which is addicted to the jazz mainstream. Highly recommendable for jazz aficionados all over the world.






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Album Information

Title: Inside City
Artist: Slawek Dufar Quartet
Year: 2013
Length: 0:38:50
Genre: Smooth Jazz
Label: Luna Music


01 Inside City [4:17]
02 Red Man [5:47]
03 P.M.A. [4:51]
04 Way Of Life [5:04]
05 Brat Al [6:02]
06 Schizma [5:18]
07 EST [7:30]