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"SLOW Art of Silence"

Debut recording by smooth jazz duo of guitarist Tomek Kaczmarczyk and keyboardist Krzysiek Werminski. Diversified selection of guests, catchy melodies and high quality of recording all contribute to make this CD one not-to-be-missed for all smooth jazz lovers. Check sample of this music" - Polishjazz.blogspot.com / Maciej Nowotny


"SLOW Art of Silence"

Debut recording by smooth jazz duo of guitarist Tomek Kaczmarczyk and keyboardist Krzysiek Werminski. Diversified selection of guests, catchy melodies and high quality of recording all contribute to make this CD one not-to-be-missed for all smooth jazz lovers. Check sample of this music" - Polishjazz.blogspot.com / Maciej Nowotny


"SLOW = A real treat"

I love the idea that all the best contemporary jazz doesn't come out of the USA. Therefore, 'Art of Silence' from Polish band Slow is a real treat. They show, with songs like 'First Impression', Payola' and 'Iguana Party' that they have got the groove aspect of contemporary jazz well and truly down. Instrumentally, well, I'm hearing some astonishing soprano sax, some subtle acoustic guitar and edgy electric guitar. The juicy bass solo on 'Gender Blender' made me smile almost as much as the song title. The band can capture a mellow mood and they show this on 'Wczesna Sjesta', 'Spokojnie' and 'Art of Silence'. 'Ada' is the only song here that betrays any kind of European roots and 'Way Out' is an aptly-titled fusion workout which runs to almost 9 minutes. This is a well-rounded album from real jazz musicians that displays a wealth of talent and potential. Hear it as soon as you can. - Chris Mann, live365.com radio review (Mar 16, 2012) published also on Amazon


"SLOW = A real treat"

I love the idea that all the best contemporary jazz doesn't come out of the USA. Therefore, 'Art of Silence' from Polish band Slow is a real treat. They show, with songs like 'First Impression', Payola' and 'Iguana Party' that they have got the groove aspect of contemporary jazz well and truly down. Instrumentally, well, I'm hearing some astonishing soprano sax, some subtle acoustic guitar and edgy electric guitar. The juicy bass solo on 'Gender Blender' made me smile almost as much as the song title. The band can capture a mellow mood and they show this on 'Wczesna Sjesta', 'Spokojnie' and 'Art of Silence'. 'Ada' is the only song here that betrays any kind of European roots and 'Way Out' is an aptly-titled fusion workout which runs to almost 9 minutes. This is a well-rounded album from real jazz musicians that displays a wealth of talent and potential. Hear it as soon as you can. - Chris Mann, live365.com radio review (Mar 16, 2012) published also on Amazon


"Relax your world with tasty new music from Slow!"

Slow, is a bountiful, melodic Smooth Jazz duo that has released a remarkable debut album, ART OF SILENCE. (...) We were delighted to discover such sophisticated, intriguing new music in a part of Europe that is seemingly abuzz with new excitement for Smooth Jazz. Fresh, innovative musical ideas is exactly what the genre needs and ART OF SILENCE is filled with intelligent, heartfelt new music (...) Relax your world with tasty new music from Slow! " - Smoothjazz.com / Sandy Shore


"Relax your world with tasty new music from Slow!"

Slow, is a bountiful, melodic Smooth Jazz duo that has released a remarkable debut album, ART OF SILENCE. (...) We were delighted to discover such sophisticated, intriguing new music in a part of Europe that is seemingly abuzz with new excitement for Smooth Jazz. Fresh, innovative musical ideas is exactly what the genre needs and ART OF SILENCE is filled with intelligent, heartfelt new music (...) Relax your world with tasty new music from Slow! " - Smoothjazz.com / Sandy Shore


"The Jazz Lounge Issue 162 083012"

Poland is fast becoming the nucleus of Europe’s smooth jazz. This is evident with the emergence of musicians like guitarist Tomasz Kaczmarczyk and pianist Krzysztof Werminski. In 2010 Tomasz and Krzysztof formed the band ‘Slow’. This smooth jazz duo has released their debut CD, “Art Of Silence”, which I think is worth checking out. The more I learn about this one, the more interesting it is. “Art Of Silence” has made its way to the U.S.A., and is currently on the smooth jazz charts. The first radio single from it is “First Impression”" - Valley Planet / Jackie Anderson


"The Jazz Lounge Issue 162 083012"

Poland is fast becoming the nucleus of Europe’s smooth jazz. This is evident with the emergence of musicians like guitarist Tomasz Kaczmarczyk and pianist Krzysztof Werminski. In 2010 Tomasz and Krzysztof formed the band ‘Slow’. This smooth jazz duo has released their debut CD, “Art Of Silence”, which I think is worth checking out. The more I learn about this one, the more interesting it is. “Art Of Silence” has made its way to the U.S.A., and is currently on the smooth jazz charts. The first radio single from it is “First Impression”" - Valley Planet / Jackie Anderson


Discography

2011- Art of Silence CD album

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Founded in 2010 in Poland by guitarist, Tomasz Kaczmarczyk and pianist, Krzysztof Werminski, the musical project SLOW, is a bountiful, melodic Smooth Jazz duo that has released a remarkable debut album ART OF SILENCE in 2011. After getting the live band together on the stage with Tomasz Grabowy on bass, Slawek Berny on drums/perc and Leszek Szczerba on ts/ss Slow played in 2012 live shows around Poland. Now both leaders are working on new music for the second album.