Jerzy F Przybylski - Change

Published Wednesday 9th August 2006
Jerzy F Przybylski - Change
Jerzy F Przybylski - Change

STYLE: Country
RATING 6 6 6 6 6 6
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 19792-10764
LABEL: Independent

Reviewed by Tony Cummings

"This is something that has never been attempted in the history of country music," claims the inlay, and I think it's right. This California-based singer/songwriter with a very unlikely name for a country singer has taken the Stations Of The Cross of Catholic Church tradition and written a country gospel meditation on the events leading up to the crucifixion. At nearly 11 minutes, the song is not the kind of thing likely to get much radio play but it's rather moving if a tad heavy on the melodrama as each station is intoned. Another track on this three-song, 20-minute project is the title number where Jerzy duets with an uncredited female singer, helped along by some excellent electric guitar. Not without its charm.

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Reader Comments

Posted by CARL BERGMAN in CALIFORNIA @ 16:24 on Dec 1 2006


Posted by Fe Laquio in Cebu City, Philippines @ 01:51 on Nov 27 2006

Well, this songs are very nice that can touched our heart.. i really like this songs... hope u can compose a lot of...

Posted by JEFF WAN in HONG KONG @ 20:08 on Nov 14 2006

v. good job

Posted by Alexandra Halaby in California @ 21:47 on Nov 1 2006

It's amazing!!! Keep it up Jerzy

Posted by Crystal Lee in California @ 15:51 on Oct 14 2006

Great Job Jerzy

Posted by christine in Philippines @ 03:24 on Oct 5 2006

wow!!! its really nice...and i was really expecting these...i know you can do so proud of you...

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