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The unusual singer Urszula Dudziak is heard on this set performing four unaccompanied solos, a duet with Michal Urbaniak's lyricon and six group pieces with such players as altoist Zbigniew Namyslovski, guitarist John Abercrombie, keyboardist Kenny Kirkland and bassist Marcus Miller. Although her backup crew is strong, Dudziak is the dominant force for few other singers could create with the sounds that she can. The eccentric avant-garde music (last out on this out-of-print LP) takes several listens to absorb.


Born: 22 October 1943 in Straconka, Poland

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s

The former wife of Polish jazz violinist Michal Urbaniak, Urszula Dudziak has established her own legacy as a vocalist. Gifted with a four-and-a-half octave voice, she was dubbed "jazz singer of the year" by the Los Angeles Times in 1979. A frequent collaborator of the late Gil Evans in the 1980s, Dudziak's singing was featured on Evans' albums Live at Umbria Jazz '87, recorded at the Italian music festival, and Last Session, recorded with Sting. A featured vocalist for Archie Shepp, Lester Bowie,...
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