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Polish blues-rock legends most widely known because of their hits “Czerwony Jak Cegla,” “Whisky,” “Harley Moj,” “Mala Aleja Roz,” “List do M,” and “Sen o Victorii,” Dżem (means “jam”) shaped in 1973, using the traditional lineup comprising Ryszard Riedel (vocals, harmonica), Beno Otreba (bass, guitar, vocals), Adam Otreba (guitar, vocals), Jerzy Styczynski (guitar), Pawel Berger (keyboards, vocals), and Leszek Falinski (drums). The group provides issued a large number of albums since their inception, and offered because the backup music group for Eric Clapton’s 2008 concert in Gdynia. The platinum-selling Muza premiered in 2010.

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