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Polish Jazz 1946 - 1956

CD: Polish Jazz 1946 - 1956

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Various Artist
POLISH JAZZ 1946 - 1956
jazz
Polskie Nagrania, 2008
3 CD

>CD 1 SX 1322 POLISH JAZZ ARCHIVE SERIES POST-WAR DANCE BANDS
1. RYTM DŻUNGLI (JUNGLE RHYTHM) ** 1:58 (Jack Bulterman).
Mewa 3 (mx 47424). Recorded in Poznań, 1947.
Charles Bovery Jazz Orchestra: Ch. Bovery – ts, Edward Ciesielski – tp, Franciszek Górkiewicz – tp,
Juliusz Skowroński – as, Stefan Jakowlew – cl, Henryk Orłowski – tb, Kazimierz Morawski – tb,
Wacław Czyż – p, unknown bass, probably Janusz “Marek” Byliński – dr
2. GDY JAZZ GRA (ORGAN GRINDER’S SWING) * 3:04 (Parish, Mills, Hudson).
Gong 420/413 (mx 12025). Recorded in Cracow, 1946.
Jerzy Harald Band: J. Harald – p, Wilhelm Habryka – cl, Konrad Bryzek – v,
Bernard Waloszek – g, Wiktor Gadziński – b, Maksymilian Rączka – dr, Kazimiera Kaliszewska – voc
3. W CIENIU DRAPACZY CHMUR (IN THE SHADOW OF SKYSCRAPERS) ** 3:06 (Franta Cech).
Muza 1145 b (mx Wa-224). Recorded in Warsaw, November 10, 1948.
Kazimierz Obrębski Jazz Orchestra: K. Obrębski – tp, Józef Mikutowski – as, others unknown.
4. HARLEM */** 2:42 (Eddie Carroll).
Muza 1104 a (mx Wa-238). Recorded in Warsaw, November 15, 1948.
Mieczysław Janicz Jazz Ensemble: M. Janicz – acc, Władysław Nowicki or Stefan Rembowski – p,
unknown – cl, unknown – tp, Janusz Jędrzejczak – g, Kazimierz Szczepański – b, Janusz “Mrek” Byliński – dr
5. W NASTROJU (IN THE MOOD) * 2:51 (Joe Garland, Andy Razaf).
Melodie 133 a (mx 47451). Recorded in Poznań, September, 1948.
Łopatowscy Bros. Jazz Orchestra: Włodzimierz Łopatowski – as, cl, Doratyński – as;
Stefan Brodziński – ts, cl; Józef Sołtys – ts; Pinkus Bajgelman – tp;
Jerzy Bogdziewicz – tp; Romuald Naruszewicz – tp ,
Suski – tb; Henryk Orłowski – tb; unknown 3rd trombone;
Czesław Uzdowski – p; Jan Jasiński – b; Kazimierz Sosiński – g , Goltmic – dr;
Daniel Łopatowski – conductor
6. KARAWANA (CARAVAN) * 2:29 (Ellington, Tizol, Mills).
Melodie 161 b (mx 47457), reissued on Muza label 1982 b. Recorded in Poznań, September, 1948.
Łopatowscy Bros. Jazz Orchestra: same as track 5.
7. CHATTANOOGA CHOO CHOO ** 2:36 (Mack Gordon, Harry Warren).
Melodie 132 b (mx 47447). Recorded in Poznań, September, 1948.
Łopatowscy Bros. Jazz Orchestra: same as track 5.
8. TRĘBACZ (BOOGIE WOOGIE BUGLE BOY) ** 2:45 (Allie Wrubel, Chas. Newman).
Muza 1055 b (mx Wa-175). Recorded in Warsaw, October 18, 1948.
Skowroński And Górkiewicz Jazz Ensemble: Juliusz Skowroński – as, cl;
Franciszek Górkiewicz – tp; Adam Kutzner – ts; Jan Cajmer – p;
Stanisław Navalany (Nawarski) – g; Władysław Skrzypiec – b; Mieczysław Woźniak – dr
9. CHIŃSKA DZIELNICA (CHINATOWN, MY CHINATOWN) ** 2:48 (Schwartz, Jerome, Cz. Januszewski arr.).
Muza 1021 a (mx Wa-123). Recorded in Warsaw, November 28, 1948.
The Czejand’s Choir: Czesław Czejand – tenor, Roman Szach – baritone,
Zygmunt Sylwestrowicz – bass, Adam Muszyński – tenor, unknown rhythm section.
10. ZEW KREOLSKIEJ MIŁOŚCI (CREOLE LOVE CALL) * 4:02 (Ellington, Miley).
Muza 2893 a (mx 4461). Recorded in Warsaw Philharmonic Hall, December 12, 1955.
Charles Bovery Jazz Orchestra: Bolesław Buławka, Bolesław Lutarewicz, Adolf Marszałek – trumpets;
Ch. Bovery – ts, leader; Władysław “Kaczka” Kowalczyk – ts, cl;
Pankracy Zdzitowiecki, Leon Piwkowski – trombones; Andrzej Aftowicz,
Marian Krakowiński – altos; Maciej Kasprzycki – b; unknown piano;
Janusz “Mrek” Byliński or Zbigniew Rajniger – dr
11. TYTUŁ NIEZNANY (UNKNOWN TITLE) ** 2:18
Never released on records.
Live recording of the concert given on the occasion of the X Anniversary “Życie Warszawy” Daily at the “Gwardia”
sporting club hall. Warsaw, November 14, 1954.
Jan Cajmer Orchestra: Juliusz Skowroński, Andrzej Aftowicz – altos;
Albert Pradella, Adam Kutzner – tenors; Stefan Jakowlew – bs;
Franciszek Górkiewicz, Jan Brągiel, Romuald Naruszewicz – trumpets;
Alfons Zacharek, Henryk Orłowski, Kazimierz Morawski – trombones;
Jerzy Wasiak – p; Stanisław Nawarski (Navalany) – g;
Władysław Skrzypiec – b; Edward Grochowski – dr; Jan Cajmer - conductor
12. RAPSODIA NA TRĄBKĘ (TRUMPET RHAPSODY) 5:40 (James, arr. R. Damrosz).
Muza 2892 a-b (mx 4756-4757, A-22). Recorded in Warsaw Philharmonic Hall, February 22, 1956.
The Blue Jazz National Music Ensemble: Ryszard Damrosz – conductor.
Trumpet solo – Józef Grabarski.
* From the J. Zagozda collection.
** From the A. Zarębski collection.

CD 2 SX 1323 POLISH JAZZ ARCHIVE SERIES GOLDEN ERA OF THE “MELOMANI” GROUP

1. THEME SONG OF THE “MELOMANI” GROUP (SEPTEMBER SONG) 0:58 (K. Weill, Anderson)
2. CARAVAN 4:14 (Tizol, Ellington, Mills)
3. HOW HIGH THE MOON ** 7:06 (Hamilton, Lewis).
Never released on records. Recorded in the studios of “Radio Cracow”, 1952.
Krzysztof “Komeda” Trzciński – p, Witold Kujawski – b, Witold “Dentox” Sobociński – dr
4. SEPTEMBER IN THE RAIN 4:17 (Dubin, Warren)
5. BLUES IN “B” 3:22
6. LULLABY OF BIRDLAND 3:57 (G. Shearing)
7. BLUE AND SENTIMENTAL 3:55 (Basie, Livingston, Davis)
8. HONEYSUCKLE ROSE 3:57 (Waller, Razaf)
9. HOW HIGH THE MOON 2:57 (Hamilton, Lewis)
10. JUMPING WITH SYMPHONY SID 3:12
11. MOVE 2:14 (Denzil Best)
12. BODY AND SOUL 3:49 (Heyman, Sour, Eyton, Green)
13. DRUMS BOOGIE 4:57 (G. Krupa)
14. I’LL NEVER SAY NEVER AGAIN, AGAIN 2:11 Don Redman),
Muza 2824 a (mx 4412, A-33), also Muza N 0018. Recorded in Warsaw Philharmonic Hall, November 16, 1955.
Melomani: Jerzy “Duduś” Matuszkiewicz – cl, leader; Andrzej “Idon” Wojciechowski – tp, Witold “Dentox”
Sobociński – tb, Andrzej Trzaskowski – p, Witold Kujawski – b, Antoni Studziński – dr, Carmen Moreno – voc
15. ROYAL GARDEN BLUES 2:08 (C. Williams, S. Williams).
Muza 2824 b (mx 4413, W-267), also Muza L 0133, Pronit L 0133.
Recorded in Warsaw Philharmonic Hall, November 16, 1955.
Melomani: same as track 1, except Moreno – voc
16. I CAN’T GIVE YOU ANYTHING BUT LOVE, BABY 2:11 (D. Fields, J. McHugh).
Muza 2825 a (mx 4411, A-33), also Muza N 0018. Recorded in Warsaw Philharmonic Hall, November 16, 1955.
Melomani: same as track 1, Matuszkiewicz – ts, cl;Sobociński out.
17. BABY, YOU’RE DRIVING ME CRAZY 2:48 (L. Armstrong).
Muza 2825 b (mx 4414, W-267), also Muza L 0133, Pronit 0133.
Recorded in Warsaw Philharmonic Hall, November 16, 1955.
Melomani (3) from early polish jazz piano players SX 1325, (14 - 17) from “improvising jazz” series SX 1324
The “Melomani” Group: Jerzy “Duduś” Matuszkiewicz – ts, cl, leader; Andrzej “Idon” Wojciechowski – tp;
Krzysztof Komeda Trzciński – p (1, 2); Andrzej Trzaskowski – p; Witold Kujawski – b; Witold “Dentox” Sobociński – dr
Recorded in Kraków Radiostation Studio, 1952 (1, 2), 1953 (3, 4, 5, 6), 1954 (7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12)

CD 3 SX 1324 POLISH JAZZ ARCHIVE SERIES FROM IMPROVISING JAZZ SERIES
1. ON THE SUNNY SIDE OF THE STREET 3:08 (D. Fields, J. McHugh).
Muza 2826 a (mx 4452). Recorded in Warsaw Philharmonic Hall, November 24, 1955.
Józef Mazurkiewicz Ensemble: J. Mazurkiewicz – ts, Alan B. Guziński – vib,
Aleksy Krauzowicz – p, Marian Jurga – g, Wacław Królikiewicz – b, Mirosław Ufnalewski – dr,
Jeanne Johnstone – voc
2. OH, BOP SH’BAM BE BOP 2:48 (D. Gillespie).
Muza 2828 a (mx 4442). Recorded in Warsaw Philharmonic Hall, November 28, 1955.
Stefan Buga Ensemble: Wojciech Farkas – cl, Juraj Berczeller – p, Vladislav Hajchl – g,
Gustaw Wicherek – b, Stefan Begala – dr, G. Wicherek and J. Kunicki – vocal duo
3. AIR MAIL SPECIAL 3:00 (B. Goodman).
Muza 2829 a (mx 4443, W-284). Recorded in Warsaw Philharmonic Hall, November 23, 1955.
Stefan Buga Ensemble: same as track 2, except vocal duo
4. RIFF IN SI-BEMOL 3:00 (G. Calvi).
Muza 2831 a (mx 4417, A-23), also Muza N 005, Veriton V-0206. Recorded in Warsaw Philharmonic Hall, November 17, 1955.
Jan Walasek Jazz Ensemble: J. Walasek – ci, Alojzy Thomys – as,
Jerzy Herman – p, Jan Czekalla (Ciano) – g, Zenon Woźniak – b, Antoni Studziński – dr
5. WHAT IS THIS THING CALLED LOVE 3:17 (I. Berlin). Muza 2835 a (mx 4560). Recorded in Warsaw Philharmonic Hall, December 30, 1955.
Jan Walasek Jazz Ensemble: J. Walasek – ts, Władysław Kowalczyk – cl;
piano and bass same as track 4, Szymon Walter – dr
6. TEA FOR TWO 3:10 (Caesar, Youmans).
Muza 2836 a (mx 4562). Recorded in Warsaw Philharmonic Hall, December 30, 1955.
Jan Walasek Jazz Ensemble: same as track 5.
7. PERDIDO 3:11 (J. Tizol).
Muza 2832 a (mx 4486). Recorded in Warsaw Philharmonic Hall, December 9, 1955.
Władysław Kowalczyk Quartet: W. Kowalczyk – ts, Jerzy Herman – p, Zenon Woźniak – b, Szymon Walter – dr
8. BODY AND SOUL 3:15 (J. W. Green).
Muza 2834 b (mx 4565). Recorded in Warsaw Philharmonic Hall, December 30, 1955.
Władysław Kowalczyk Quartet: same as track 7, Kowalczyk – cl
9. COME BACK TO VIRGINIA 2:55 (Cook, Heywood).
Muza 2900 a (mx 4649). Recorded in Warsaw Philharmonic Hall, January 30, 1956.
Władysław Kowalczyk Quartet: W. Kowalczyk – ts, cl; Albert Full – p,
Zenon Woźniak – b, Janusz “Mrek” Byliński – dr
10. DAMASK 5:25 (S. Phillips).
Muza 2833 a (mx 4527, A-31), also Muza N 0010, Pronit N 0010, Veriton V-204.
Recorded in the studios of “Radio Cracow”, December 12, 1955.
Andrzej Kurylewicz Organ Sextet: A. Kurylewicz – org, harpsichord, p;
Lesław Lic – cl; Zbigniew Gadomski – g; Ryszard Garbień – b; Juliusz Mysiński – dr
11. SŁOŃCE O PÓŁNOCY (MIDNIGHT SUN) 2:15 (L. Hampton).
Muza 2833 b (mx 4529, A-32). Recorded in the studios of “Radio Cracow”, December 20, 1955.
Andrzej Kurylewicz Organ Sextet: A. Kurylewicz – p; Lesław Lic – org,
Stanisław “Drążek” Kalwiński – accordion, Ryszard Garbień – b, Juliusz Mysiński – dr
12. ST. LOUIS BLUES 4:02 (W.C. Handy).
Muza 3154 b (mx 5015, W-226), also Muza L 0133, Pronit L 0133.
Recorded in the studios of “Radio Cracow”, May 14, 1956.
Lesław Lic Jazz Ensemble: L. Lic – cl, Jan Salamon – tp, Maksymilian Grobosz – tb,
Zbigniew Gadomski – bj, Eugeniusz Kania – tb, Feliks Kotarba – dr
13. MUSKRAT RAMBLE 3:09 (E. Ory).
Muza (mx 4860, W-267), also Muza L 0133, Pronit L 0133.
Recorded in Warsaw Philharmonic Hall, March 20, 1956.
Jerzy Herman Jazz Band: J. Herman – p, Jan Brągiel – tp, Władysław Kowalczyk – cl,
Jerzy Kowalski – tb, Zenon Woźniak – b, Władysław Jagiełło – dr
14. LULLABY OF BIRDLAND 3:30 (G. Shearing).
Muza 3027 b (mx 4867). Recorded in Warsaw Philharmonic Hall, March 20, 1956.
Jerzy Herman Jazz Ensemble: same as track 13, except Kowalczyk – ts, Kowalski out.
15. ALEXANDER’S RAGTIME BAND 2:12 (I. Berlin).
Muza 2638 b (mx 3773, W-63). Recorded in Warsaw Transit Authority Hall, January 29, 1955.
Waldemar Maciszewski (Valdi) – p, unidentified rhythm section
16. THE FIVES BOOGIE 2:08 (H.J. Thomas).
Muza N 0036 b (mx 5815, A-79), also Pronit N 0036, Veriton V-0214.
Recorded in Warsaw Philharmonic Hall, March 22, 1957.
Tadeusz Prejzner – p, Zenon Woźniak – b, Mirosław Ufnalewski – dr
17. TENDERLY 3:43 (Lawrence).
Muza N 0038 a (mx 5835, A-77). Recorded in Warsaw Philharmonic Hall, March 29, 1957.
Jerzy Herman – p, Zenon Woźniak – b, Mirosław Ufnalewski – dr
18. LULLABY OF BIRDLAND * 2:41 (G. Shearing).
Never released on records.
Edward “Gwidon” Widelski – piano solo
19. YESTERDAYS 3:30 (Kern, Harbach).
Muza 5364 a (mx 5364, W-224), also Muza L 0084.
Live recording at the 1-st Polish Jazz Festival in Sopot, August 6, 1956.
Andrzej Kurylewicz – p, Ryszard Garbień – b, Ryszard Szumlicz – dr
(10 - 19) from early polish jazz piano players SX 1325
* From the Andrzej Zarębski collection

Polish Jazz 1946 - 1956 CD

Various Artist
jazz
Polskie Nagrania, 2008
3 CD

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