(Music for Dancing), Polskie Nagrania Muza, 1969
A1 – O cyzm marza zakochani (what the lovers dream of)
A2 – Walc katarynek (barrel-organ waltz)
A3 – Gdzie szumiace topole (two rustling poplars)
A4 – Listki brzozy polnej (leaves of a birch-tree)
A5 – Jada wozy kolorow (painted wagons are coming)
B1 – Zapiszemy nasza milosc (we shall write down our love)
B2 – Nie zmogla go kula (bullet couldn’t fell him)
B3 – Dialog o polnocy (midnight dialogue)
B4 – Kwiat jedney nocy (flower of one night)
B5 – Plasy pod pegazem (dancing in the pegasus bar)
with Janusz Hojan, Waclaw Lesicki, Jan Kuzio and “Zespol Instrumentalny Jerzego Miliana” (his band, presumably), songs by Jerzy Milian, Pjotr Figiel, Wladimir Nahorny, S. Rembowski, Katarzyna Gärtner, J. Loranc
Anyone looking into polish jazz will very soon stumble over Jerzy Milian. His amazing style playing the vibraphone (vibes) and the fact the he recorded loads of records (classics like “Bazaar”, “Ashkabad Girl” or his record with the Katowiche Orchestra) made him one of the most known jazz-musicians from poland, even back in times of the cold war.
This record is a very rare one which I didn’t even know about until I found it at the closing-sale of a local record-shop. The great thing is that this record is extremely versatile, you get anything from slow, easy songs to incredibly fast and energetic bursts of music, but each song containing the amazing vibes (or xylophone) from Jerzy Milian.
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