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4.22 | 255 ratings

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5 stars This amazing polish band SBB's record Pamiec from 1976 is now shortly reviewed by me after my first listening. One week ago I tried ten polish band and I was surprised how good they were. This is SBBs second studio album and like Yes Close to the Edge there is just three songs, but these three songs are very good. Like some other great bands the musicians on this disc are just three.

The band members here is Jozef Skrzek on bass, piano, organ, synthesisers and vocal, Antymos Apostolis on guitar and Jerzy Piotrowski on percussion. Directly when I put on this record I fell in love with it. I think I prefer the A-side. Here we have "W kolysce dloni twych" a marvelous piece that welcomes us with wide painting actions from everybody for example the singer with the extraordinary pleasant voice. I like when they warble in a cosmic way on this song and on the last one. Polish seams to be a wonderful language, unfortunately I don't understand it. These musicians are so skillfull that they don't need to do so much to please their audience. The driving seventies-guitar or the unusually present drums do a lot for the unity. "Pamiec w kamien wrasta" is the last track and a very long one. It takes a long time for the song to really begin. I don't know why, I am not use to jazz but this rather jazzy record has caught me. The feeling I got when I listened to this was that it is high music, professional music and I am very pleased of that. I'll gladly spread the name SBB over the world beacuse it's really worth listen to. I look forward to review more SBB records.

DrömmarenAdrian | 5/5 |


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