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Acclaimed Slovak bassist Juraj Griglak releases dynamic new album
(Published: February 23, 2015)

From pulsating funk to dreamy slow jams, Slovak bassist/composer Juraj Griglak operates with a surgeon's precision on his new album, Time to Fly.

Highly acclaimed worldwide for his mastery of the bass, Griglak, a member of the Slovak Philharmonic, is in prime form here. There is not a wasted note or a minute; each track is sharply crafted, displaying Griglak's impressive skills while remaining focused on staying within the melodic structure of the composition.

For a quick overview of Griglak's speed and agility, there is "Fretless Interlude," wherein his affection for funk is displayed in the most spellbinding fashion. There is no doubt as to Griglak's reputation among his peers and fans; the bold confidence that he emanates when slapping the bass is exhilarating to listen to. On the title cut, Griglak rips through the easygoing intro with a gradually escalating groove that really catches fire.

Griglak has his chill moments, too, and he is equally effective in producing them. "Waltz for Gina" and "Inside" are both beautiful in their subtlety. They help explore other sides of a dynamic talent like Griglak.

More Information: http://www.jurajgriglak.net/#!

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