Miłość

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Miłość
Miłość.jpg
Miłość, from left: Mikołaj Trzaska, Jacek Olter, Leszek Możdżer, Maciej Sikała, Tymon Tymański
Background information
Origin Poland
Genres Free jazz
Years active 1988–2002
Labels Gowi Records, Biodro Records

Miłość (English: "Love") was a Polish free jazz band. The band was founded in 1988 by Ryszard Tymon Tymański, double bassist and guitarist, former leader of new wave group Sni Sredstvom Za Uklanianie. Miłość played free jazz with avantgarde influences and gave birth to, among others, the Tricity and Bydgoszcz jazz bands, and to a style called yass. Miłość recorded two albums with the legendary jazzman Lester Bowie: "Not Two" (1995) and "Talkin' About Life and Death" (1999).[1] The band split up after Olter's death in 2002.

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  1. ^ Yass – The Jazz, the Filth and the Fury, Culture.pl. April 2014; retrieved 29 April 2014.