Among the first time ever releases on the set is the soundtrack to the celebrated Night Train with a score by Trzaskowski (it is based on the swing band leader Artie Shaw's 'Moonray' theme with a vocal by acclaimed Polish jazz vocalist Wanda Warska). As well released for the first time in it's entirety is Andrzej Wajda's Innocent Sorcerers containing a classic jazz score by Komeda and previously unissued tracks in any format featuring the great Polish trumpeter Tomasz Stanko. The set also contains both previously unheard and rare releases featuring the likes of Don Cherry, Gato Barbieri, Zbigniew Namyslowski and Michal Urbaniak. The CDs are high quality remasters, the large majority of which have been transferred direct from the original master tapes with additional rare 'alternative' versions of tracks from the film scores also included. The box set also contains a deluxe illustrated 80-page bound booklet that examines in depth a fascinating and highly significant period in Polish cultural history. The booklet is annotated by the UK's leading jazz magazine Jazzwise journalist Selwyn Harris (the producer and curator of the set) with an introduction to Polish jazz during the post-war period by the respected Polish jazz author-composer Adam Slawinski, writer of the original liner notes for Komeda's pioneering studio album Astigmatic.
Among the first time ever releases on the set is the soundtrack to the celebrated Night Train with a score by Trzaskowski (it is based on the swing band leader Artie Shaw's 'Moonray' theme with a vocal by acclaimed Polish jazz vocalist Wanda Warska). As well released for the first time in it's entirety is Andrzej Wajda's Innocent Sorcerers containing a classic jazz score by Komeda and previously unissued tracks in any format featuring the great Polish trumpeter Tomasz Stanko. The set also contains both previously unheard and rare releases featuring the likes of Don Cherry, Gato Barbieri, Zbigniew Namyslowski and Michal Urbaniak. The CDs are high quality remasters, the large majority of which have been transferred direct from the original master tapes with additional rare 'alternative' versions of tracks from the film scores also included. The box set also contains a deluxe illustrated 80-page bound booklet that examines in depth a fascinating and highly significant period in Polish cultural history. The booklet is annotated by the UK's leading jazz magazine Jazzwise journalist Selwyn Harris (the producer and curator of the set) with an introduction to Polish jazz during the post-war period by the respected Polish jazz author-composer Adam Slawinski, writer of the original liner notes for Komeda's pioneering studio album Astigmatic.
5052442005919

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Format: CD
Label: IMT
Rel. Date: 11/25/2014
UPC: 5052442005919

Jazz in Polish Cinema-Out of the 1958-67 / Various
Artist: Krzysztof Komeda
Format: CD
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1. Innocent Sorcerers/Title Theme (From "Innocent Sorcerers")
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2. Innocent Sorcerers II (From "Innocent Sorcerers")
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3. Innocent Sorcerers III (From "Innocent Sorcerers")
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4. Innocent Sorcerers/Title Theme (Vocal)[From "Innocent Sorcerers"]
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5. Innocent Sorcerers IV (From "Innocent Sorcerers")
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6. Innocent Sorcerers V (From "Innocent Sorcerers")
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7. Innocent Sorcerers VI (From "Innocent Sorcerers")
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8. Title Theme (Version 2)[From "Innocent Sorcerers"]
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9. Title Theme (Tango)[From "Innocent Sorcerers"]
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10. Title Theme (Vocal 2)/Radio Blues[From "Innocent Sorcerers"]
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11. Radio Blues (Excerpt)[From "Innocent Sorcerers"]
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12. Looking For Pelagia (From "Innocent Sorcerers")
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13. Looking For Pelagia (Version 2)[From "Innocent Sorcerers"]
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14. Title Theme (Version 3)[From "Innocent Sorcerers"]
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15. Untitled (Temat Bez Tytulu)[From "Innocent Sorcerers"]
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16. Title Theme (Vocal)[From "Night Train"]
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17. Title Theme (Vibes)[From "Night Train"]
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18. Title Theme (Vocal Cue)[From "Night Train"]
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19. Night Train (Platform Stop, Pt. I)[From "Night Train"]
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20. Night Train (Platform Stop, Pt. II)[From "Night Train"]
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21. Title Theme (Vocal II)[From "Night Train"]
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22. Title Theme (Trumpet)[From "Night Train"]
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23. Title Theme (Vocal III)[From "Night Train"]
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24. Moonray (Vocal Alt. Version)[From "Night Train"]
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1. Ballad For Bernt (From "Knife In The Water")
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2. Crazy Girl (From "Knife In The Water")
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3. Cherry (From "Knife In The Water")
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4. Crazy Girl II (From "Knife In The Water")
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5. Knife In The Water 1/Ballad For Bernt II (From "Knife In The Water")
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6. Knife In The Water 4/Crazy Girl III/Ballad For Bernt (Cue)[From "Knife In The Water"]
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7. Knife In The Water 7 (From "Knife In The Water")
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8. Knife In The Water 8 (From "Knife In The Water")
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9. Ballad For Bernt (Version 2)[From "Knife In The Water"]
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10. Crazy Girl (Version 2)[From "Knife In The Water"]
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11. Cherry (Version 2)[From "Knife In The Water"]
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12. Title Theme (Instrumental)[From "Opening Tomorrow"]
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13. Opening Tomorrow IV (From "Opening Tomorrow")
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14. Opening Tomorrow II (From "Opening Tomorrow")
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15. Title Theme (Vocal)[From "Opening Tomorrow"]
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16. Love Theme (From "Opening Tomorrow")
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17. Opening Theme (From "Opening Tomorrow")
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18. Love Theme II (From "Opening Tomorrow")
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19. Title Theme (Instrumental)[From "The Penguin"]
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20. Title Theme (Vocal)[From "The Penguin"]
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21. Pingwin 1 (From "The Penguin")
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22. Pingwin 6 (From "The Penguin")
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23. Title Theme (Vocal II)[From "The Penguin"]
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24. Title Theme (Instrumental II)[From "The Penguin"]
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25. Pingwin 7 (From "The Penguin")
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26. Title Theme (Instrumental III)[From "The Penguin"]
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27. Don't Say Never More (Vocal)[From "The Penguin"]
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28. Take It Easy (Vocal)[From "The Penguin"]
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29. Title Theme (Vocal III)[From "The Penguin"]
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1. Kraksa I (From "The Accident")
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2. Kraksa II (From "The Accident")
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3. Kraksa III (From "The Accident")
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4. Kraksa IV (From "The Accident")
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5. Kraksa V (From "The Accident")
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6. Kraksa VI (From "The Accident")
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7. Kalatowki '59 (Title Theme)[From "Jazz Camping"]
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8. Jazz Camping (Original Soundtrack)[From "Jazz Camping"]
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9. Lullaby (Kolysanka) [Title Theme][From "Two Men And A Wardrobe"]
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10. Two Men And A Wardrobe (Original Soundtrack)[From "Two Men And A Wardrobe"]
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1. Synopsis Suite (From "Walkover")
2. Walkover (Title Theme)[From "Walkover"]
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3. Chaque Heure Est Un Départ (From "Le Départ")
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4. Le Defile (From "Le Départ")
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5. Le Départ (Instrumental)[From "Le Départ"]
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6. Le Départ (Vocal)[From "Le Départ"]
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7. Marc And Michele (From "Le Départ")
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Among the first time ever releases on the set is the soundtrack to the celebrated Night Train with a score by Trzaskowski (it is based on the swing band leader Artie Shaw's 'Moonray' theme with a vocal by acclaimed Polish jazz vocalist Wanda Warska). As well released for the first time in it's entirety is Andrzej Wajda's Innocent Sorcerers containing a classic jazz score by Komeda and previously unissued tracks in any format featuring the great Polish trumpeter Tomasz Stanko. The set also contains both previously unheard and rare releases featuring the likes of Don Cherry, Gato Barbieri, Zbigniew Namyslowski and Michal Urbaniak. The CDs are high quality remasters, the large majority of which have been transferred direct from the original master tapes with additional rare 'alternative' versions of tracks from the film scores also included. The box set also contains a deluxe illustrated 80-page bound booklet that examines in depth a fascinating and highly significant period in Polish cultural history. The booklet is annotated by the UK's leading jazz magazine Jazzwise journalist Selwyn Harris (the producer and curator of the set) with an introduction to Polish jazz during the post-war period by the respected Polish jazz author-composer Adam Slawinski, writer of the original liner notes for Komeda's pioneering studio album Astigmatic.