Vojtěch Procházka Trio: Amoeba's Dance
Vojtěch Procházka Trio

Amoeba's Dance

The debut solo album of Vojtěch Procházka, who is renowned on the Czech jazz scene above all as the pianist and one of the mainstays and authors of the Vertigo formation, originated during Procházka’s sojourn in Norway, in collaboration with Norwegian musicians Adrian Myhr (double bass) and Tore Sandbakken (drums). The repertoire on the album falls into two halves, one featuring Procházka’s own compositions, the other offering original interpretations of music by authors such as Herbie Nichols, Kurt Weill, Paul Motian and Ornette Coleman.

2010
ANI 018-2
9,50 €
Freebop
(Vojtěch Procházka)
River
(Vojtěch Procházka)
Sketch
(Vojtěch Procházka)
Cro-Magnon Nights
(Herbie Nichols)
Liebeslied
(Kurt Weill)
Etude
(Paul Motian)
2300 Skiddoo
(Herbie Nichols)
Time
(Vojtěch Procházka)
Una Muy Bonita
(Ornette Coleman)
Personnel and sound:

Vojtěch Procházka – piano
Adrian Fiskum Myhr – acoustic bass
Tore T. Sandbakken – drums

 

Recorded by Lukáš Martinek (Studio Svárov, CZ)
Mixed by August Wanngren (We Know Music Studios, Island Brygge, Copenhagen/DK)
Mastered by Gene Paul (DB Plus, New York/USA)

Press Release:
Photos (print quality)
Tore T. Sandbakken, Adrian Fiskum Myhr, Vojtěch Procházka (foto Andreas Ulvo)
Vojtěch Procházka, Adrian Fiskum Myhr, Tore T. Sandbakken (foto Andreas Ulvo)
Tore T. Sandbakken, Adrian Fiskum Myhr, Vojtěch Procházka (foto Andreas Ulvo)
Tore T. Sandbakken, Adrian Fiskum Myhr, Vojtěch Procházka (foto Andreas Ulvo)
Vojtěch Procházka (foto Andreas Ulvo)

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