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4 stars Thanks to progarchives who gives me an opportunity for getting to know proggers all over the globe. Without knowing them, how would I know band like S.B.B? It's impossible! The first time I heard this name was from a colleague collaborator Stepehen Lang. We discussed over emails and exchanging musical tastes. He described this band as according to him it's a good band. Later on I knew one of this site's readers and it happened that we exchange CDs where he sent me CDs from Poland progheads and I sent him CDs of Indonesian bands. SBB was one of the bands the CDs he submitted to me.

I had only one say when I spun this CD for the first time: WOW! It surprised me that there is a band from Poland that I never heard the music at all and it reminded me to the music of Colosseum, Colosseum II, Camel, Sft machine, etc. The band has successfully blend the elements of jazz rock fusion with classical music with interesting orchestral arrangement. The opening track "Na Pierwszy Ogień" (4:23) is an example of jazz rock fusion instrumental with stunning guitar solo mixed thinly all over the song. "Nowy Horyzont" (8:27) is a song with many surprises and varied styles. The album concludes with an epic "Wolność Z Nami" (13:22) which again offers diverse textures and styles.

It's an excellent addition to any prog music collection. Keep on proggin' ..!

Gatot | 4/5 |


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