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The Bartenders - "On Her Side" released on album "Poles are movin'!" (Zima Records/The Bartenders 2016)

Music: Łukasz Bytner
Lyrics: Kuba Kaczmarek

Directed, photographed, and edited by: Krzysztof Gajewski |
Camera Assistant: Karolina Woźniak
Location: Rototom Sunsplash Festival, Benicassim, Spain

about the album:

Artist: The Bartenders
Title: Poles are movin'!
Format: CD / Digital
Genre: Ska / Reggae / Jazz / Latin
Label: Zima Records |
Recorded in Sonus Studio (instruments) and LocoMotive Studio (vocals)
Mix: Arkadiusz Wielgosik
Mastering: Studio AsOne |
Release date: 09.09.2016
Artwork: SC Szyman |
Photo: Rafał Nowak

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THE BARTENDERS are leading aficionados of Jamaican ska-jazz in Poland, praised by backing the project "Tribute to Alibabki" and main Polish representation of the genre abroad. They met in Warsaw in 2006. Fascination with the achievements of Jamaican music of 60s/70s last century was what connected them. They performed at most of reggae and ska festivals in Poland, with their own sets or backing artists like Dr. Ring Ding.

In 2013 they released their debut album „Szumna Sessions” - eleven tunes embedded in Jamaican style: from instrumental ska-jazz compositions (including Krzysztof Komeda's "Kattorna") to melodic ska/rocksteady and early reggae influenced songs, vocally enriched by such artists as: Dr. Ring Ding, Daniel Broman (Babylove and the Van Dangos), Mamadou Diouf etc. The album was very well received, and single "The Polecat" featuring Dr. Ring Ding remained at the forefront of the Polish Radio charts RDC for a few weeks.

In autumn 2015 they participated in "Tribute to Alibabki" project to celebrate 50th anniversary of Jamaican music in Poland. Their role was to arrange and perform selected songs of the legendary female group Alibabki in ska/reggae manner and renew their historical ska tunes from 1965 with cooperation with top Polish reggae/ska singers and Alibabki themselves. The band were highly acclaimed for their musical work.

On their second album, "Poles are movin'!", ten years of experience in making the audience dance are put into thirteen songs, sung in Polish and English, with jazzy ska & reggae feel and analog sound.

Witold Haliniak - trombone, backing vocals
Piotr Jaros - tenor and bari saxophones
Kuba Kaczmarek - lead vocal
Jacek Orłow - drums
Jakub Pajewski - guitar
Janusz Rutkowski - bass
Dawid Somló - percussion
Mikołaj Tabako - trumpet, backing vocal
Łukasz Bytner - keyboards

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