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Main » 2010 » May » 27 » Pat Metheny & Anna Maria Jopek - Upojenie [REISSUE] (2008)
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Pat Metheny & Anna Maria Jopek - Upojenie [REISSUE] (2008)
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Tracklist:
1 Cichy Zapada Zmrok (Here Comes the Silent Dusk) 3:26
2 Mania Mienia (So It May Secretly Begin) 3:41
3 Biel (Whiteness) 3:22
4 Przyplyw, Odplyw, Oddech Czasu... (Tell Her You Saw Me) 4:44
5 Are You Going with Me? 8:35
6 Czarne Slowa (Black Words) 5:13
7 Lulajze Jezuniu (Polish Christmas Carol)* 5:13
8 Upojenie (Ecstasy) 4:46
9 Zupelnie Inna Ja (Always and Forever) 3:55
10 Piosenka Dla Stasia (A Song for Stas) 3:47
11 Letter from Home 2:48
12 Me Jedyne Niebo (Another Life) 3:17
13 By On Byl Tu (Farmer's Trust) 6:56
14 Polskie Drogi (Polish Paths) 2:50
15 Tam, Gdzie Niesiega Wzrok (Follow Me) 3:51
16 Na Calej Polaci Snieg (The Snow Falls All Over the Place)* 1:47
17 Szepty I Lzy (Whispers and Tears)* 4:47

*Bonus tracks

Musicians:
Anna Maria Jopek - Arranger, Vocals, Vocals (bckgr), Voices, Choir, Chorus, Producer, Fender Rhodes
Pat Metheny - Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar, Arranger, Guitar (Electric), Keyboards, Guitar (Synthesizer), Producer, Guitar (Classical), Guitar (Soprano), Guitar (Baritone)
Krzysztof Bzówka - Violin, Concert Master
Mino Cinelu - Percussion, Conga, Drums, Triangle, Shaker, Udu, Crotale
Robert Dabrowski - Violin
Artur Gadzała - Violin
Patrycja Jopek - Violin
Dariusz Kisielinski - Viola
Jozef Kolinek - Violin, Contractor
Cezary Konrad - Drums
Wojciech Kowalewski - Percussion, Bongos, Tambourine, Bells, Claves, Tympani [Timpani], Vibraslap, Shaker, Temple Blocks, Crotale
Robert Kubiszyn - Double Bass
Bernard Maseli - Vibraphone
Henryk Miśkiewicz - Arranger, Sax (Soprano)
Leszek Możdżer - Piano, Arranger
Jerzy Muranty - Cello
Marek Napiórkowski - Guitar, Guitar (Classical)
Piotr Nazaruk - Flute, Percussion, Recorder, Vocals (bckgr), Voices, Dulcimer (Hammer), Shaker
Janusz Olechowski - Cello
Darek Oleszkiewicz - Bass (Acoustic)
Matt Pierson - Sequencing
Marcin Pospieszalski - Guitar (Bass), Programming, Loops
Katarzyna Gilewska Zagrodzinska - Violin
Pawel Zarecki - Percussion, Arranger, Keyboards, Programming, Producer, Engineer, Loops, Keyboard Programming
Wlodzimierz Zurawski - Viola
Izumi Shikibu - Poetry, Inspiration
Marcin Kydrynski - Arranger, Producer
Jack Zorawski - Executive Producer, A&R

Review by Thom Jurek (AMG)

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Originally released in 2002 in Europe and Japan, Upojenie (Ecstasy) is a collaboration between Pat Metheny and superstar Polish vocalist Anna Maria Jopek. It came into being after Jopek approached the guitarist at a jazz festival in Warsaw in 2001. Her original idea was to perform some of her own work, some of Metheny's, and some Polish folk songs (exactly what happened). The collaboration was recorded over four months in Poland; it is something wholly other than the sum of its parts might suggest. Co-produced by composer Marcin Kydrynski (Jopek's husband) and Metheny, with Jopek and Pawel Bzim Zarecki, this set marries together the guitarist's signature meld of jazz, pop, and American forms with electronics, early folk melodies, classical melodies, and arrangements with exotic instrumentation and Jopek's otherworldly but gentle voice. For Metheny fans, this is a unique opportunity on two fronts: to hear new versions of his own tunes with different arrangements, titles, and lyrics, as well as the opportunity to be introduced to an immense talent. Now that the set has been released stateside, it becomes an opportunity for fans of contemporary jazz and sophisticated adult pop as well. The set commences with the duet "Cicy Zapada Zmrok" (Here Comes the Silent Dusk), a traditional evening prayer sung by Jopek with Metheny on the 42-string Pikasso guitar. It's skeletal, ethereal, and haunting, yet in Metheny's hands, the melody transcends its origin and becomes a song that could have been sung on the North American plains as well as in Eastern Europe. Another duet, "Biel" (Whiteness), written by Kydrynski, features the singer buoyed by Metheny's classical and baritone guitars. It feels spacious enough to have been recorded in a church, but its roots are in samba.
These tracks are the anomalies on the album, however. More often Metheny and Jopek are accompanied by a full band mainly comprised of crack Polish session players, including the great pianist Leszek Mozdzer. Check the version of Metheny's "High Tide, Love Tide, the Breath of Time...," titled "Przyplyw, Odplyw, Oddech Czasu..." (Tell Her You Saw Me) here, with lyrics by Magda Czapinska. The nearly whispered, restrained multi-tracked vocals, a soprano guitar, and lithe basslines, acoustic piano, loops, timpani, and percussion create a web of gossamer and ether before the tempo changes and all sounds seem to bleed into one warm blanket of sound with the considerable emotions in this music all on display. "Are You Going with Me," the original single from this set, is an instrumental with wordless vocals that evolves from the arrangement found on Offramp into something far more folkish and mysterious. Jopek's own "Czarne Slowa" (Black Words) is a deeply sad, piano-driven love song, a ballad with somber overtones hinting at an intricate folk-jazz hymn. The nostalgic "By On Byl Tu" ("Let It Stay" from the Pat Metheny Group's Travels) becomes a hymn of longing and homecoming with the guitarist's classical guitar kissed by Mozdzer's piano, upright bass, and drums. But in Jopek's round, warm, seemingly ageless vocal, this song is almost a lullaby, with gorgeous interplay between the instruments. The domestic issue of this set contains two bonus cuts including a live number. Metheny fans who couldn't afford the import should jump on this, and those who have an interest in sophisticated pop singers from Stacey Kent to Inara George should consider this as well. Upojenie is international jazz as poetry in motion.

Genre: jazz, vocal jazz
Year: 2008
Source: Nonesuch Records 7559-79909-8
Time: 73'07"
Extractor: Exact Audio Copy V0.99 prebeta 5
Format: flac, cue, log, covers (not mine), rar
Size: 449,41 MB
Info: http://www.annamariajopek.pl/

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