Urszula Dudziak

Urszula Dudziak

BandJazzWorld

World-renowned jazz vocalist with a daring vocal technique and stunning range blending her pioneering scat with experimental electronic creations with a seering acoustic jazz band.

Biography

Jazz vocalist Urszula Dudziak is recognized for pioneering scat and the use of electronics in voice, and has shared her artistry with audiences around the world since the 1960's. The uniqueness of her vocal style has allowed her to cross many musical boundaries and indeed, she made major contributions to the development of fusion jazz in the 1970's.
She has performed with the Gil Evans Orchestra, Sting, Jaco Pastorius, Kevin Eubanks, Bobby McFerrin, Herbie Hancock and Airto Moreira just to name a few.

Currently, Urszula is touring with a young jazz band which has given her Fusion material a new fresh edge while keeping it anchored in its Jazz roots.

Discography

Solo Albums:

1985 High Horse (CTI)
1983 Sorrow Is Not Forever, Love Is (Keystone)
1982 Ula (Pop-Eye Records)
1979 Future Talk (Inner City)
1977 Midnight Rain (Arista)
1975 Urszula (Arista)
1974 Newborn Light (Columbia Records)

With Michal Urbaniak:

1984 Urbanix (Sonet Records)
1984 Burning Circuit (Sonet Records)
1983 Coryell-Urbaniak Group (SWS)
1982 Larry Coryell-Michal Urbaniak Duo featuring Urszula Dudziak (Keystone)
1981 Daybreak (Pausa Records)
1980 Serenade For The City (Motown)
1979 Ecstasy (Marlin Records)
1977 Urbaniak (Inner City)
1977 Heritage (MPS Records)
1977 Smiles Ahead (MPS Records)
1976 Tribute To Komeda (MPS Records)
1976 Body English (Arista Records)
1975 Funk Factory (Atlantic Records)
1975 Fusion III (Columbia Records)
1974 Atma (Columbia Records)
1974 Fusion (Columbia Records)
1973 Super Constellation (CBS Records)
1973 Michal Urbaniak in Concert (Muza Records)
1971 Inactin (Intercord Records)
1971 Michal Urbaniak Group (Muza Records)
1968 Urbaniak Orchestra (Atlas Records)

With Others:

1985 Music For Planets, People And Washing Machines, with Herbie Hancock, Jaco Pastorius, Peter Erstine and Randy Bernsen (Zebra)
1983 Vocal Summit (Moers Music)
1977 Encounter, with Flora Purim (Milestone Records)
1974 Journey, with Arif Mardin (Atlantic Records)