As an initiator of ‘yass’ movement, Jerzy Mazzoll laid foundations for the development of avant-garde jazz in Poland.
In those times he created the band Arhythmic Perfection with which he explored the boundaries of improvisation, not only in music but also in other arts. Since then he continued to move along ‘road less traveled’ in the 90’s, meeting with Derek Bailey and participating in his famous Company Week Festival. Tony Oxley became producer of his album Perplex released at that time. Later on Mazzoll collaborated with Django Bates Orchestra and Peter Brotzmann. He also started a project called Diffusion Ensemble, which eventually led to recording a series of albums. The workshops he ran along with Peter Kowald and Olga Szwajgier influenced the whole generation of young musicians.
He was also the moving force in creating Art Depot Festival which gave Polish and international audience a unique opportunity to explore the nature of improvisation in cultures different than European or American. He released 19 albums altogether which changed the face of Polish free music and is now working on film and theatre projects under the auspices of Bogusław Schaeffer. Jerzy Mazzoll has proved to be one the most unconventional individualities in Polish music.
Mazzoll & Arhythmic Perfection - "a" (1995)
Mazzoll & Arhythmic Perfection - Out Out To Lunch (1996)
Mazzoll, Kazik* & Arhythmic Perfection - Rozmowy S Catem (1997)
Mazzoll, Knuth* & Arhythmic Memory - Cynober Manifest (1997)
Single 3 (2000)
Mazzoll Story By Emiter - Responsio Mortifera (2012)
Prawatt And Mazzoll - Man Und Cios (CDr, EP) ((2005)
Mazzoll & Marcin Świetlicki - Pan Bóg (Audio TONG 2012)
Jeden Dźwięk I Pan Bóg (Mthka 2012)
Mazzoll / janicki / Janicki – Minimalover (2012)
Mazzoll feat Sroczyński – Rite Of Spring Variations (Requiem 2013)