1. Bronisław Kaper (Bronislau Kaper), “On Green Dolphin Street”
“On Green Dolphin Street” (originally entitled “Green Dolphin Street”) is a 1947 popular song composed by Bronisław Kaper with lyrics by Ned Washington. The song was composed for the film Green Dolphin Street. It became a jazz standard after it was recorded by Miles Davis in 1958. This version, in which John Coltrane plays the saxophone, is from 1960.
2. Czerwone Gitary, “Płoną góry, płoną lasy” (Crimson Forrest, Crimson Mountains)
Music Seweryn Krajewski, lyrics Janusz Kondratowicz.
“Płoną góry, płoną lasy” is a song from 1971 record Spokój serca by Czerwone Gitary. On this song the band used the Uzbek instrument rebab.
3. Basia Trzetrzelewska and Matt Bianco, “Whose Side Are You On?”
From: Matt Bianco, Whose Side Are You On?
Music and lyrics Matt Bianco.