Kroke - Quartet – Live at home - CD
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Quartet: Live at home (Oriente)

Usual happiness


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This record excels on two levels: the perfection of the musicianship and the smartness of the source material. It takes a lot of attitude and talent to do that and Kroke fly with it... There are moments where instead of four separate musicians you hear a single sound, composite moments of beauty that transport you to those nights in Krakow two years ago... Quartet Live at Home encapsulates the band on one of their bright moments. Followers of Kroke will need this record, but it comes highly recommended for a wider audience, as well. - Nondas Kitsos, RootsWorld

Tomasz Kukurba: Viola; Vocals; Flute; Darabuka
Jerzy Bawol: Accordion
Tomasz Lato: Double Bass
Guest musician: Tomasz Grochot - Drums; Percussion

The two KROKE concerts at Radio Kraków Studio on October 9th and 10th, 2003 were something special. They were concerts of a group that after years of intensive touring all over Europe felt obliged to thank their friends in their home town for their long-time support. And there were so many friends to thank that it turned out to be two concerts.

And at the same time it was an opportunity to introduce percussionist Tomasz Grochot. KROKE has expanded their live sound with his brilliant rhythm work since 2003, and one can hear him also on the CD East meets East, recorded by KROKE and Nigel Kennedy.

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