Do you recommend any Polish jazz
There are few artists in Poland, who choose jazz. Why? It's just that. People are not prepared for this. In the West, people are much more open, when it comes to various musical trends. Unfortunately, it is getting worse in Poland, instead of getting better. Why is this happening? Perhaps that's why, that Poles are constantly fed with television kitsch. “She dances for me” and songs in this style do not develop any musical taste at all, but they even bring it back to zero. You know, such pieces are also needed and will be perfect for parties, but there is no need to trumpet and praise them, because in fact they have no value.
Jazz in Poland is associated mainly with Michał Urbaniak and Stanisław Soyka. If anyone wants to start with good jazz, Soyka will be the most appropriate. Modern jazz in Poland is developing better and better. It is enough to mention an artist such as Monika Borzym. She has a great voice and sense of style, and if anyone wonders about it, what real jazz should look like, must listen to her. Maria Sadowska is also considered a jazz artist. Marysia shows, that jazz doesn't have to be monotonous and boring, but you can also have a great time with it. It is worth listening to the discographies of these artists.