Weird and wild sounds from 60s/70s composer Andrzej Korzynski – an artist we mostly know from soundtrack material, but represented here by a rich array of rare material from his personal archives! The scope of styles is really wonderful – as the set steps between funky numbers and very offbeat instrumentals – kind of the full range of sound library elements you might get from the hippest European scenes of the 70s – no surprise, given that this material was recorded in France, Italy, and Poland! Some tunes are heavy on electronics, others use a mix of acoustic and electric instruments together – and almost all the tracks are relatively short, and work together as this shifting palette of musical statements from Korzynski – almost a mini-movie in sound, with all the vivid
qualities that reference implies. Titles include "Third Part Of The Night Czolownica", "Diabel", "La Gabuge", "Rosa Rosa", "Bossa Nova", "Saved From Obilvion", "Trying To Catch A Fly", "Agent No 1", "Tajemnica Enigmy", and "W Instyucie".