In 1979 the Krakow band Dżamble unexpectedly returned to the stage. With new energy, a new sound and line-up. The Polish scene of funk and soul sounds was enriched with a new, very important element…

The perfectly coordinated rhythm section, enriched by keyboard instruments and saxophone, were an excellent vehicle for the always strong and emotion-filled voice of Andrzej Zaucha. It also turned out well in the new, funky version of “Szczęście nosi twoje imię” and “Przed dniem” with its twisted choruses, as well as in subtle ballads, like “Bezsenność we dwoje” or hot soul-flavoured “Rzeko płyń szeroko”. Along with the group’s original recordings, the album has two covers, including a perfect version of Lou Rawls’ “Lady Love”. Part of the recordings appeared then as singles. Now it’s all being released together on CD for the first time.

The material was remastered in Sweden by Andrzej Poniatowski. The booklet contains the history of this exceptional incarnation of Dżamble along with unique photos from the archives of Ryszard Kwaśniewski.

1. Jak zmienić świat
2. Szczęście nosi twoje imię
3. Bezsenność we dwoje
4. Każdy marzy, każdy śni
5. Lady Love
6. Przed dniem
7. Jeszcze w sercu radość
8. Rzeko płyń szeroko
9. Just The Way You Are

Andrzej Zaucha – voc, ts
Ryszard Kwaśniewski – as
Stefan Sendecki – p, synth
Wiesław Wilczkiewicz – g
Marian Pawlik – bg
Benedykt Radecki – dr

GAD CD 063
OUT: 27.10.2017
FILE UNDER: Easy Listening / Grooves
BARCODE: 5901549197860