Tracklist:

Nucę, gwiżdżę sobie
mus. Dorota Miśkiewicz, Marek Napiórkowski, lyr. Dorota Miśkiewicz, Michał Rusinek

Budzić się i zasypiać (z tobą)
mus. Marek Napiórkowski, lyr. Michał Rusinek

Dwoje różnych
mus. Dorota Miśkiewicz, Marek Napiórkowski, lyr. Dorota Miśkiewicz, Michał Rusinek

Naganaga
mus. Marek Napiórkowski, lyr. Dorota Miśkiewicz

Suwalskie bolero
mus. Marek Napiórkowski, lyr. Grzegorz Turnau

Chodzę po domu i tęsknię
mus./lyr. Dorota Miśkiewicz

Magda, proszę
mus./lyr. Dorota Miśkiewicz

Tam, gdzie mrok
mus. Dorota Miśkiewicz, Marek Napiórkowski, lyr. Dorota Miśkiewicz

Jeśli chcesz spokojnie życie przejść
mus. Karolina Kozak, Marek Napiórkowski, lyr. Karolina Kozak

Dla nikogo
mus. Dorota Miśkiewicz, Marek Napiórkowski, lyr. Michał Rusinek

Caminho
mus. Marek Napiórkowski, lyr. Grzegorz Turnau

 

“Caminho” chosen review

Miskiewicz’s career is developing peacefully and harmoniously. After years of studying and and gaining experience (several years in the backing vocals of Anna Maria Jopek, then the prime role of the singer and violinist at the side of Wlodzimierz Nahorny) there came the time for individual projects and growing popularity. Six years ago, the album “Dorota Miskiewicz Goes To Heaven” won the nomination for jazz “Fryderyk” Award in 2002, the second one “Pod rzęsami” was a little bit too complicated pop proposition. “Caminho”, the singer’s third album, is mature and, in my opinion, ultimately defines the poetics of Dorota’s  music and her artistic image: discreet, lyrical (but with the sense of humor), full of warmth. I do not try to define what style we have here, for combining jazz, pop, world music, and several other genres is now a much widespread phenomenon, giving the artists great opportunities - and Miskiewicz is perfectly capable of using it. “Caminho”  is unpretentious, well-composed, well sung and well played. Every song is a masterpiece, each solo (...), is a little bliss...

Adam Domagała, 06.10.2008, Gazeta Wyborcza Wrocław

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„Slavic heart, Brazilian soul and a fantastic voice- simply Dorota Miskiewicz. Recently, she has released her third solo album “Caminho.” What reigns on this record is mostly subtle bossa nova, smooth jazz, and ... a great Guello. Guello is an amazing percussionist from Brazil who took part in the recording of the album as well as in its promotional tour. It was largely thanks to his wonderful instruments that we have received  nicely swinging southern rhythms. (...) In fact, the most emotional part is hearing Dorota Miskiewicz with the band performing live. Dorota is one of those wonderful  artists who make the best impression in direct contact. During a concert, the singer allows herself for much more than in the recording studio. On the one hand, lyrical and jazzy, on the other - aggressive and fierce. She can also improvise and does not shun from it. During the performances, however, she does not try to focus all the public attention on herself, but gives her musicians a chance to present their skills.

Iwona Szajer, 11.10.08, kulturaonline.pl

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 “The record is firmly rooted in Latin feeling, with a strong hint of smooth jazz, surprising maturity and beautiful lyrics. Miskiewicz is a stylish singer, who knows everything about jazz, melancholic fado climates and thoughtful morna. And her lyrics, witty and intelligent, draw the listener to a pleasant game. (...) The result is that this album can be recommended both to fans of jazz, lovers of intelligent pop, as well as those who appreciate the poetic song, because of the balance between word and sound ... “

Piotr Iwicki, „Gazeta Wyborcza”, Kultura 24.10.2008

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  ‘Caminho” is the third album of this beautiful artist. The first one was released in 2002. She has a very mellow voice, at times pugnacious, especially in the more energetic pieces. She is not only a singer but also a violinist (she graduated from theAcademyofMusicin violin in 1997), composer and songwriter. Music was probably her destiny - as a daughter of a saxophonist Henryk Miskiewicz, she has been acquainted with jazz since childhood. (...) The album is dominated by Brazilian and jazz rhythms, surrounded by poetic piano, subtle

drums and delicate guitar sounds. “Caminho” is clearly and thoroughly feminine. Seductive, charming, loving, lyrical. (...) The result will satisfy every lover of Brazilian tunes. I recommend listening to the sounds of this CD on a rainy, lazy day, while longing for the loved one. Necessarily with a good book and tea with lemon.

Wiktoria Ferenc, 12.11.08 gniezno.com.pl

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