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HOUSE OF ARTS GÖDÖLLŐRoyal Waiting Place of Gödöllő
Start of the event: 2018. 09. 20. (Thursday) 20.00
JaMese – an
acronym tells us everything abound the band: Jam – freedom, creativity; mese
(tale) – passing over stories, thoughts; Emese – the character of the singer Emese
Molnár sums it up all.
As a child she already fell in love with tales and stories. As a girl in the countryside, she had to help a lot on the fields, in the garden and her mother who happens to be a teacher used this time to tell her one story after the other. Some stories were from her grandfather’s rare Indian tale collection, some from the tales of operas, others were folk tales or the stories of a Fellini film. These experiences give inspirations for her songs as well; these are eternal, value-proof and modern stories where the symbiosis of melody and lyrics create the unique word of JaMese.
In spring 2018 the band came out with a new album. After their debut album ‘Only to the Sun’, the next one, ‘The World is in Me’ follows the traditions: the eternal song format stays but the music is more mature. Emese wrote the title song together with János Lackfi. The contemporary poet wrote the words easily to the JaMese melodies, and a dynamic ‘message song’ was born. One song on the album is written by Emese’s favourite contemporary poet, Anna Szabó T. with the title ‘A Musician’s Song’, which may be known for the concert going audience as ‘The Air is Free in Me’. There is also a groove-like radio friendly poem adaptation ‘Örökmúlás’, which Anna wrote for the request of the Radnóti Theatre.
The biggest part of the album consists of own songs: the song ‘Three Girls’ come from Emese’s childhood, ‘Rain’ simulates the sound of rain and brings some melancholy to the album which is good to get to know a bit better. The singer shows a bit fiercer, more dynamic side of her character in the songs ‘Purgatory’ and ‘Bird of Soul’.