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Click here for more info about 'Zbigniew Namyslowski - Air Condition'Click here for more info about 'Zbigniew Namyslowski - Air Condition'

ZBIGNIEW NAMYSLOWSKI Air Condition (1980 Polish 6-track vinyl LP featuring a healthy slab of Polskie Jazz, led by the inimitable alto saxophonist . The picture sleeve displays signs of shelfwearand edge creasing which is mostly due to its thin nature, the vinyl has only minor surface marks - A great play copy SX2303) more...
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Click here for more info about 'Zbigniew Namyslowski - Cy To Blues Cy Nie Blues'Click here for more info about 'Zbigniew Namyslowski - Cy To Blues Cy Nie Blues'

ZBIGNIEW NAMYSLOWSKI THE Q Cy To Blues Cy Nie Blues (Scarce 1989 Polish jazz 6-track LP, also starring Jakub Stankiewicz on piano, Dariusz Oleszkiewicz on bass, Jerzy Glód, drums and Jose Torres, percussion. Given the flimsy nature of the sleevesome edge wear is evident, however this remains a very good example with the print still a nice off-white. The vinyl meanwhile looks barely played PSJ-199) more...
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Click here for more info about 'Zbigniew Namyslowski - Kujaviak Goes Funky - Polish Jazz Vol. 46'Click here for more info about 'Zbigniew Namyslowski - Kujaviak Goes Funky - Polish Jazz Vol. 46'

ZBIGNIEW NAMYSLOWSKI QUINTET Kujaviak Goes Funky (Hard to find 1975 Polish 4-track LP by the great saxophonist (the first Polish jazz musician to receive an international longplayer release), recorded in Warsaw in March that year with Tomasz Szukalski on soprano & tenor, Wojciech ('Easy') Karolak on piano, Pawel Jarzebski, bass and Czeslaw Bartowski, drums. The picture sleeve has some edge scuffing but is otherwise very good - the vinyl looks barely played! SX1230) more...
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Click here for more info about 'Zbigniew Namyslowski - Lola - Mono'Click here for more info about 'Zbigniew Namyslowski - Lola - Mono'

ZBIGNIEW NAMYSLOWSKI MODERN JAZZ QUARTET Lola (Original 1964 UK Decca label 8-track MONO vinyl LP, starring the acclaimed alto saxophonist alongside Wlodzimierz [Wlodek] Gulgowski on piano, Tadeusz Wojcik bass, and drummer Czeslaw Bartkowski. Recorded at Decca Studios, London, historically the first album by a Polish jazz musician outside of Poland. Opens with the marvellous original Pekna Lola, Kwiat Polnocy (Beautiful Lola, Flower Of The North) and closes with a lively version of Ol' Man River! This outstanding jazz rarity comes from the vast personal archive collection of a former music columnist of the sixties. It was played once for review then locked away in storage for more than 30 years. The front laminate flipback picture sleeve is in EX+ condition, let down only by a slight dig to the bottom edge, yet this is the only blemish to speak of, the vinyl is MINT. Highly recommended LK4644) more...
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ZBIGNIEW NAMYSLOWSKI MODERN JAZZ QUARTET Lola (Rare and desirable test pressing of the 1964 UK 8-track LP in its STEREO form. Not only are stock copies rare, stereo issues appear to be harder still, let alone a stereo test pressing! The custom two-colour label has 'factory sample not for sale' print and hand annotated catalogue and artist information enscrawled to the centre. These copies were made in extremely small numbers for sonic review purposes only, and not to be issued to journalists or radio before the promotion stage. Stars the acclaimed alto saxophonist Namyslowski alongside Wlodzimierz [Wlodek] Gulgowski on piano, Tadeusz Wojcik bass and drummer Czeslaw Bartkowski. Recorded at London's Decca Studios, this is historically the first album by a Polish jazz musician outside of Poland. Opens with the marvellous original Pekna Lola, Kwiat Polnocy (Beautiful Lola, Flower Of The North) and closes with a lively version of Ol' Man River! Housed in a die-cut inner, the vinyl appears to have hardly been played at all. A wonderful piece of European jazz history SKL4644) more...
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