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Jaroslaw Smietana - Talking Guitar (1984)

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Jaroslaw Smietana - Talking Guitar (1984)

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01. Bieganie Po Manhattanie / Manhattan Jogging [3:19]
02. Alisia [4:48]
03. Tabasco Song [3:16]
04. Podrozujac We Snie / Travellin' In Dream [4:15]
05. Trzech Panow W Lodce / Three Man In A Boat [4:12]
06. Samba Carrera [3:36]
07. Papierek Lakmusowy / Litmus [3:15]
08. Od Siedmiu Wzwyz / From Seven Up [3:58]
09. Polowanie Na Robaczka / Hunting A Bug [4:16]
10. Samochody W Pokrowcach / Cased Up Cars [4:18]

Jaroslaw Smietana - electric guitar Gibson ES-175D 
Wojciech Groborz - Fender piano, korg polysixsynthesizer 
Antoni Debski - bass guitar 
Jacek Pelc - drums, percussion 
Jerzy Bartz - conga, percussion 
Henryk Miskiewicz - alto saxophone 
Zbigniew Jaremko - tenor saxophone 
Henryk Majewski - trumpet 
Robert Majewski - trumpet 
Roman Syrek - trombone 
Jan Baytel – flute


This is an excellent debut album as a leader by Polish guitarist / composer Jaroslaw Smietana, presenting a set of ten original compositions performed by a superb team of musicians, including his ex-cohorts from the Extra Ball ensemble. The list of names reads like a who’s who of the local scene at the time and includes keyboardist Wojciech Groborz, bassist Antoni Debski, drummer Jacek Pelc, percussionist Jerzy Bartz, saxophonists Henryk Miskiewicz and Zbigniew Jaremko, trumpeters Henryk Majewski and Robert Majewski (father and son), trombonist Roman Syrek and flautist Jan Baytel. The music is all Fusion oriented, with great melody lines. Smietana plays some excellent solos and is well supported by his partners. Overall this is mainstream Fusion, which ruled in the 1980s, so one must not expect complexity and innovation in what is supposed to be “good time” music, which it certainly is. The level of professionalism and talent expected from Polish Jazz are certainly there. Recommended to Fusion fans! --- Adam Baruch, polish-jazz.blogspot.com

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