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Motion Trio

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Motion Trio
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Release: 10th October 2005

Cat. Nr.: CD-ATR 0705
Format: CD
Total playing time 51:07
File under:
World/ Poland/ Accordion
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Motion Trio Reclaim the sounds!
This innovative Polish trio founded in 1996 has already successfully changed the face of their instrument: The accordion. Most of the music played by this "Trio Infernal" so masterly is written by Janusz Wojtarowicz. The vanguard sound collages range somewhere between minimal music, jazz and disco polo - and meet the Notion of Motion: to redefine the accordion and explore soundscapes far beyond what has been experienced and associated with this instrument to date. On their album "Play-Station" the three musicians from Cracow concentrate their efforts on reclaiming sounds from the digital world. Six hands pick up electrically generated notes and turn them into acoustic anthems on their instrument of choice: the accordion. All of a sudden a "playstation" offers more than 100 buttons!
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Musicians

Janusz Wojtarowicz - lead accordion, Pawel Baranek - accordion, Marcin Galazyn - accordion

Titles

1. Ufo 05:37 / 2. You dance 04:23 / 3. Tranceaccordion 04:45 / 4. Helicopter 05:27
5. Chinatown 03:16 / 6. Tilt 02:07 / 7. Fly 01:03 / 8. Yellow Trabant 04:29 / 9. Carrousel 05:12
10. Stars 06:38 / 11. Game over 03:54 / 12. You dance (techno version) 04:10

Total playing time 51:07

 

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You dance Helicopter Game over

 

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This production was mastered by Marc Elsner at Headroom Studio Berlin.