Dariusz Ziółek - Forget Not Yet
10,99 € Disc CD [delivery]
6,00 € MP3 Album [download]

Dariusz Ziółek - Forget Not Yet. Premiere: November 9 (SJRecords 067)


FORGET NOT YET is the fourth original album of bass guitarist Dariusz Ziółek. The leader invited outstanding instrumentalists of the young generation to record: Joaquin Sosa, Grzegorz Ziółek and Bartosz Szablowski. These musicians perfectly fit the concept of the leader, who consistently affirms melodics on his records, making it the dominant element of both composition and improvisation. The album consists of works by Dariusz Ziółek and pianist Grzegorz Ziółek.

The artists, despite their clearly audible fascination with contemporary music, do not hide their respect for the broadly understood tradition and draw inspiration from both the achievements of classical composers and the mainstream jazz. While Dariusz Ziółek's previous albums were dominated by bass guitar solo parts, the FORGET NOT YET album was dominated by improvisations of the saxophone, clarinet, flugelhorn (Joaquin Sosa) and piano (Grzegorz Ziółek). The distinctive sound of the leader bass guitar (Rickenbaker 4001), extremely rarely used in this type of music, gives the band a highly individualized sound.

CD and MP3 320kbps from November 4 (presale available, shipment November 3 or 4)

Online (Spotify, Tidal, Deezer etc ...) from around mid-November



1.MY FATHER'S MELODY (comp. Dariusz Ziółek) 07:06

2, ARGIA (comp. Dariusz Ziółek) 5:04

3.THE DREAMER (comp. Grzegorz Ziółek) 06:13

4. POLYPHOLY (comp. Dariusz Ziółek) 5:12

5. FOR BENNY GOLSON (comp. Dariusz Ziółek) 06:35

6.EMERALD (comp. Grzegorz Ziółek) 06:07

7. SWEDISH SIESTA (comp. Dariusz Ziółek) 06:33

8.WE DON'T HAVE YOUR COAT, SIR (comp. Dariusz Ziółek) 06:30

9. DO NOTHING (comp. Dariusz Ziółek) 05:38


Dariusz Ziółek made his stage debut in 1985 at the Jazz Jantar festival in Zbigniew Namysłowski's band. He collaborated with the most outstanding blues and jazz musicians, including: Henryk Miśkiewicz, Leszek Możdżer, Marek Soskin, Krzesimir Dębski, Zbigniew Jaremko, Jorgos Skolias, Józef Skrzek, Kuba Badach, Lora Szafran, Krystyna Prońko and Ewa Uryga. He has also performed with many Polish symphony orchestras and chamber ensembles. In 2000, he created his first original project: the D-Bass group. In 1999 he recorded with Grzegorz Kapołka the album "Blue Blues", the continuation of which was the album "Blue Blues II" (2000) with the participation of, among others Tomasz Stańko. This album was awarded the title of "Best guitar blues album of 2001". In 2001 he released his first solo album "4 BASS", which included 10 jazz standards recorded only on bass guitar. For recording this album, he received a special award from the "Gitara i Bas" magazine.

In 2005, he recorded an album entitled "3. Number ”, branded by the leaders of the Krzak group, which was recognized as the best guitar rock album. In 2007, he released his second original album "Voice'n'Bass", which is an extremely original project, in which the author combined the virtuosity of playing the bass guitar with exceptional vocal skills. The next recordings are the CD "Blue Blues III", recorded with Grzegorz Kapołka (nomination for the Fryderyk Award), "One Gaze" - the album by Ewa Uryga and "4 basy" with the band Krzak (Fryderyk Award 2012). In 2011, with the participation of Dariusz Ziółek, the album of the blues singer Elżbieta Mielczarek "Ela, Ela" was created, and in 2013 the album "Blues for You" by the Grzegorz Kapołka Trio formation. The next albums with the artist's participation are the album In Memoriam, dedicated to the memory of Jan "Kyks" Skrzek and "Tribute to Chick Corea", recorded with the Piotr Matusik quartet. In 2017, he records two albums: "5th Avenue Blues" with Grzegorz Kapołka's Trio and "Private Level" with Tomasz Spaliński's band.

In 2018, he records another author's album "Dialog". The album consists of musical dialogues, to which he invited a group of outstanding musicians: Henryk Gembalski, Zbigniew Jakubek, Grzegorz Kapołka, Bernard Masela, Piotr Matusik, Marek Soskin and Paweł Tomaszewski.

In 2020, two albums with his participation were released: "Freedom" by Michał Giercuszkiewicz and "Level private vol.2" by Tomasz Spaliński. The last albums recorded by Dariusz Ziółek are the album "Driffter" by Bernard Maseli and the album "Live in NOSPR" by the Grzegorz Kapołka Trio band. In November this year, another author's album by Dariusz Ziółek will have its premiere, made with the participation of young, outstanding instrumentalists: Joaquin Sosa, Grzegorz Ziółek and Bartosz Szablowski.

Dariusz Ziółek obtained a postdoctoral degree in musical arts at the Academy of Music. Karol Szymanowski in Katowice. He is a professor at the University of Rzeszów, he conducts classes in the bass guitar class at the Institute of Music in the field of Jazz and Popular Music.