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iTunes 90059 - and more bears

iTunes 90059 - and more bears

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AMB 900592HOP, SKIP and POLKAVOL. 1WALT JAWORSKI AND HIS POLKA DANCE BAND1. Good Morning (Sosnowski) .................................................1:562. Lucky Lady Polka (Bohenek-Kanty) ....................................1:343. I'm Telling You (Podgorski)..................................................2:364. Oh How Nice It Is In The Army (Arr. Elsnic).......................1:565. Dolores-Rheinlander (Pajakowski)......................................2:046. National Polka (Arr. Elsnic) ..................................................2:327. Dancing Girl Polka (Arr. Guse).............................................2:008. Buttercup Polka (Jaworski-Kanty).......................................2:249. White Rose Waltz (Sosnowski)............................................1:5910. In My Father's Garden (Malec)............................................2:2511. Marry Me (Jankovec)............................................................2:0112. Hard Times Polka (Kudela) ..................................................1:35Original: Sesac N 1301/1302 P 1953Achtern Dahl 4 • D-27729 Vollersode • GermanyP 2009 & C 2009 …AND MORE BEARS LC 12483

AMB 900593HOP, SKIP and POLKAVOL. 1WALT JAWORSKI AND HIS POLKA DANCE BANDWhen Walt Jaworski presides over a polka session, you’reassured of the finest music in the “heel-and-toe” and“stamp-and-whirl” tradition. Walt lives up to hisenthusiastic nationwide reputation among polka fansin ‘Hop, Skip And Polka’, for the music never lets up inits vigorous exuberance, bounce and good-natured fun.These twelve lively renditions by Walt Jaworski’s PolkaDance band are a happy experience in listening anddancing. Their music has the authentic ring of the oldtimepolka bands, fast and frisky and replete with spiritedyells, rollicking rhythms and peppy instrumental highjinks.The tempo is footloose and fancy free as the melodygoes cavorting from the lively wake-up opener GoodMorning to the slow and mellow Western-styledinvitation called Marry Me. This field day for polka fansalso provides the rip-roaring and hectic National, thetongue-in-cheek Oh, How Nice It Is In The Army and theslappy-go-happy Lucky Lady. Pacechanging antics areoffered by the nostalgic Dolores-Rheinlander and theoberek with the obliging beat, I’m Telling You. Thepolka rhythms con-tinue with the reckless abandon of