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6 Hours with Ronnie

by Kazimierz Jonkisz Energy

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Ivy 06:41
Lush Life 04:24


Kazimierz Jonkisz - drums
Jan Smoczyński - piano
Wojciech Pulcyn - double bass
Ronnie Cuber - barithone saxophone, flute
Borys Janczarski - tenor saxophone
Tomasz Grzegorski - tenor saxophone
Robert Murakowski - trumpet

Kazimierz Jonkisz is a giant of jazz drumming, with close to 70 records in his discography. He took part in the recording of the most important albums in the history of Polish jazz, such as Zbigniew Namysłowski's “Grape Harvest”, to name just one. In 1980 he put out his first album as a leader, “Tiri Taka”, which is among the classics of the Polish Jazz series.

Ronnie (Ronald Edward) Cuber is an American saxophonist, known primarily for his baritone playing. Musicians he has worked with include Slide Hampton and Maynard Ferguson, Lee Konitz, and for a number of years with Charles Mingus. The meeting of these two masters lasted only 6 hours, but most of the music presented here soars to the stars. What we're listening to here is world-class hard bop on the highest level!


released September 3, 2015

Recorded November 17th, 2014 at the Tokarnia Studio in Warsaw (Poland).
Recording engineers: Jan Smoczyński, Bartosz Wojciechowski
Mix & master: Jan Smoczyński
Design: For Tune®
Cover photo: Marta Eloy Cichocka
Other photos: Aleksander Ikaniewicz (p. 2: K. Jonkisz), Robert Wierzbicki (p. 4: R. Cuber)

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