SBB

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SBB is acclaimed as the best Polish rock band of the past 45 years. "The three musicians that revolutionized Polish rock", "Beyond doubt the most prominent representatives of progressive rock in Poland": it is only a mere sample of the way the band has been referred to. A complete list of references and opinions would be far too long to quote. Yet apart from the groups formidable and praiseworthy history one must not forget that SBB is in the first place an active band, far from being dormant, regularly giving live performances and shunning to choose a soft option as far as music is concerned. Invariably Seeking, Breaking and Building.
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SBB - SBB album art SBB SBB (Album) Polskie Nagrania Muza Poland 1974 Sell This Version
SBB - Nowy Horyzont album art SBB Nowy Horyzont (Album) Polskie Nagrania Muza, Polskie Nagrania Muza Poland 1975 Sell This Version
SBB - Pamięć (3) album art SBB Pamięć (3) (Album) Polskie Nagrania Muza Poland 1976 Sell This Version
SBB - Ze Słowem Biegnę Do Ciebie album art SBB Ze Słowem Biegnę Do Ciebie (Album) Polskie Nagrania Muza Poland 1977 Sell This Version
SBB - Jerzyk album art SBB Jerzyk (Album) Wifon Poland 1977 Sell This Version
SBB - SBB album art SBB SBB (Album) Supraphon Czechoslovakia 1978 Sell This Version
SBB - Follow My Dream album art SBB Follow My Dream (Album) Spiegelei Germany 1978 Sell This Version
SBB - SBB album art SBB SBB (Album) AMIGA German Democratic Republic (GDR) 1978 Sell This Version
SBB - Welcome album art SBB Welcome (Album) Wifon Poland 1979 Sell This Version
SBB - Memento Z Banalnym Tryptykiem album art SBB Memento Z Banalnym Tryptykiem (Album) Polskie Nagrania Muza Poland 1981 Sell This Version
SBB - Live 1993 album art SBB Live 1993 (Album) Stuff Poland 1994 Sell This Version
SBB - Live In America '94 album art SBB Live In America '94 (Album) Polskie Radio Katowice Poland 1994 Sell This Version
SBB - W Filharmonii, Akt 2 album art SBB W Filharmonii, Akt 2 (Album) Yesterday Poland 1999 Sell This Version
SBB - Absolutely Live '98 album art SBB Absolutely Live '98 (Album) Yesterday Poland 1999 Sell This Version
SBB - W Filharmonii: Akt 1 album art SBB W Filharmonii: Akt 1 (Album) Yesterday Poland 1999 Sell This Version
SBB - Good Bye! album art SBB Good Bye! (Album) Moskito Poland 2000 Sell This Version
SBB - Karlstad Live album art SBB Karlstad Live (Album) KOCH Poland Poland 2001 Sell This Version
SBB - Budai Ifjusagi Park Live album art SBB Budai Ifjusagi Park Live (Album) Koch International Poland 2001 Sell This Version
none SBB - The Golden Harp album art SBB The Golden Harp(CD, MiniAlbum) Not On Label none Czech Republic & Slovakia 2001 Sell This Version
SBB - Nastroje album art SBB Nastroje (Album) Pomaton EMI, Jazz'n'Java Records Germany 2002 Sell This Version
CD 001 SBB - Trio Live Tournee 2001 album art SBB Trio Live Tournee 2001(CD, Album) Śląska Witryna Muzyczna CD 001 Poland 2002 Sell This Version
CD 002 SBB - Freedom Live - Sopot '78 album art SBB Freedom Live - Sopot '78(CD, Album, Col) Śląska Witryna Muzyczna CD 002 Poland 2002 Sell This Version
SBB - 22.10.1977, Göttingen, Alte Ziegelei album art SBB 22.10.1977, Göttingen, Alte Ziegelei (Album) Śląska Witryna Muzyczna Poland 2004 Sell This Version
SBB - New Century album art SBB New Century (Album) Metal Mind Productions Poland 2005 Sell This Version
CD 006 SBB - Odlot - Live 2004 album art SBB Odlot - Live 2004(CD, Album) Śląska Witryna Muzyczna CD 006 Poland 2005 Sell This Version

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sagunn

March 5, 2018
edited about 1 year ago
Greatest Polish (maybe even Eastern European) prog-rock band. At their earliest stage they were heavily influenced by Hendrix, Cream, Ten Years After, Canned Heat and other blues-rock groups. Their first albums show a great affection for the Mahavishnu Orchestra and some King Crimson with fantastic drumming, long guitar solos, distorted bass and beautiful piano playing. Late '70s output is kind of symphonic prog, with Skrzek's ever-growing keyboard collection dominating. Unlike their western peers they didn't have an embarassing 80s phase simply because they broke up in November 1980. They came back in the early 90s, released some live stuff. Proper reunion came about in the 2000s, with Paul Wertico on drums. The albums in the new millennium are somewhat lacking their early enthusiasm, and astonishing playing, yet are full of good compositions nevertheless, As of March 2018, almost 50 years after their formation the group is playing in their original trio lineup. Their archive radio recordings as well as live performances are constantly released (not unlike DGM's King Crimson's Collector's Club, or Deep Purple archives). Basically everything from the 70s is worth listening to, both regular albums, as well as archive live performances. Post reunion albums worth getting: The Rock and Za Linią Horyzontu.

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