My Place (album)

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My Place
Monika Borzym My Place.jpg
Studio album by Monika Borzym
Released 15 October 2013 (2013-10-15)
Genre Jazz
Label Sony Music Entertainment Poland
Producer Matt Pierson
Monika Borzym chronology
Girl Talk
(2011)Girl Talk2011
My Place
(2013)
Singles from My Place
  1. "Off to Sea"
    Released: 27 September 2013

My Place is the second studio album by Polish jazz singer Monika Borzym. It was released on 15 October 2013 through Sony Music Entertainment Poland.[1] The album is promoted by the single "Off to Sea".[2] It was certified Gold in Poland a week after its premiere.[3][4]

Recording and production[edit]

My Place was produced by Matt Pierson, with whom Borzym has previously worked on her debut album, Girl Talk (2011). Borzym wrote most of the tracks with a friend, pianist Mariusz Obijalski. The album also features three covers: a jazz version of Rihanna's hit single "Only Girl (in the World)", "The Quiet Crowd" by Patrick Watson, and Kenny Rankin's "In the Name of Love".

Borzym was joined in the studio by guitarist Larry Campbell (collaborator of Bob Dylan and Paul Simon), drummer Kenny Wollesen (John Zorn, Norah Jones), and bassist Tony Scherr (Norah Jones, Bill Frisell). The album also features guest appearances by guitarists John Scofield (Miles Davis, Charles Mingus, Herbie Hancock, Pat Metheny), Romero Lubambo and Steve Cardenas, saxophonist Chris Potter and trumpeter Randy Brecker.[5]

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by Monika Borzym and Mariusz Obijalski, except where noted.

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Falling"   4:48
2. "Tidal Wave"   4:55
3. "Only Girl (in the World)" Crystal Johnson, Mikkel S. Eriksen, Tor Erik Hermansen, Sandy Wilhelm 5:41
4. "My Place"   3:57
5. "Finding Her Way"   4:06
6. "Pisces"   3:42
7. "Unrequited"   4:52
8. "Off to Sea"   3:54
9. "The Quiet Crowd" Patrick Watson 4:28
10. "In the Name of Love" Kenny Rankin 4:01
11. "Prelude"   1:49
12. "Świat w proszku"   4:22
13. "Timeless"   3:31

Personnel[edit]

Musicians
Technical personnel
  • Matt Pierson – production

Charts and certifications[edit]

References[edit]