Sunday, April 15, 2012

Swingujące Trójmiasto (Series) - Rama 111 (Soliton, 2012)

Rama 111 (band)

Jan Rejnowicz - leader, organs, piano
Przemysław Dyakowski - tenor & sopran saxophones
Maciej Flont - sax tenor
Eugeniusz Kadyszewski - guitars
Piotr Nadolski - trumpet
Andrzej Nowak - piano
Tadeusz Petrow - sax, flute
Bogusław Skawina - trumpet
Aleksander Śliwa - bass
Andrzej Śliwa - drums

This is second release in Swingujące Trójmiasto (Swinging Tricity) series which is pressed by Soliton recording company. The idea of the series is bringing to our audience recordings made in Tri City (Gdyna, Gadńsk, Sopot) which yet either never wento to album (as this one) or were pending for reprint due to its unavailabilty. More about it you can read in review of first CD 'Baszta' (2011). As much as on aforementioned release this disc contains magnificent music evidencing how high wal level of jazz scene in 60ties in Poland. When one studies line-up it comes then as no surprise that some of musicians from this obscure band, created in 1966, which never recorded single album under its own name (apart from one with Marjanna Wróblewska titled 'Bylebym się zakochała'), are still present and significant voices in our music. It certainly applies to saxophonist Przemek Dyakowski but also to trumpeter Piotr Nadolski. All in all, this disc contains diversified music bringing to our memory what is best in tradition of mainstream jazz in Poland. 

Track listing: 1. Nasza podróż; 2. Jestem kochanką wiatru; 3. Impressions; 4. Na wszystkich dworcach świata; 5. Zegarmistrz światła; 6. Bogurodzica; 7. Romanca Cherubina; 8. A vista; 9. Alienacja; 10. Kładka na Motławie; 11. Oberczyna; 12. After You've Gone; 13. Do łezki łezka; 14. Meaple Leaf Rag; 15. Neptunalia; 16. Rozgrzewka

By Maciej Nowotny
http://kochamjazz.blox.pl

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