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"One of the most dynamic and accomplished folk groups from Eastern Europe I've heard in a long time..."
Simon Broughton, Songlines (UK)

"One of Polish folk's best kept secrets. (...) This is one of the most dynamic and accomplished folk groups from Eastern Europe I've heard in a long time."
"Great, well produced..."
Eelco Schilder, Folk World (NL/GER)

"A great, well produced, second album which is even better than their strong debut."
"Caci Vorba succeeds again..."
Matthew Forss, Inside World Music (USA)

"Caci Vorba succeeds again with an album that will not remain secretive for long!"
"Full of spark - with original and subtle aspects, too..."
Doug Spencer, The Weekend Planet, ABC Radio National (Australia)

"The Polish-Ukrainian quintet's take on eastern European 'gypsy' music is full of spark - with original and subtle aspects, too. ČAČI VORBA's debut album (featured here in April) was widely acclaimed. Their new one is even better. It nicely entwines traditional and original tunes and songs."
"Very special music!"
WRUV Music Reviews (USA)

"Very special music!"
"New sensation in the Polish folk music..."
Illand Pietersma, Dagblad van het Noordened (NL)

"The acoustic band sounds (...) much more subdued than the folk rockers of the Warsaw Village Band. However Caci Vorba experiments with the tradition at least as much the same and could be the new sensation in the Polish folk music."
"One of the most dynamic and accomplished folk groups from Eastern Europe I've heard in a long time..."
Simon Broughton, Songlines (UK)

"One of Polish folk's best kept secrets. (...) This is one of the most dynamic and accomplished folk groups from Eastern Europe I've heard in a long time."
"Perfection of sound, accomplished studio realisation, masterly performance, complete construction of the musical story..."
Małgorzata Jędruch-Włodarczyk, Gadki z Chatki (PL)

"'Tajno Biav' has made me anxious. Anxious for the perfection of sound, accomplished studio realisation, masterly performance, complete construction of the musical story (...) The moving thing is the conscience and maturity of artists in following their own way and leading listeners through it with a full confidence. Their independence is admirable! All musical devices (...) have been conformed to the willingness of showing the beauty of music that musicians are fascinated with and which can be effectively given to others."
"This material is a year-list top one!"
Patrick van Engelen, No Borderz (NL)

"Sounds of the band are so pure and so penetrating that you feel the love for the music flowing through your veins. For each word you hear the singing experience. For each note the joy and pain (...) When will this group come to Netherlands? This material is a year-list top one!"
"I was stunned..."
Fernando Figueroa Sánchez, Jornada Filósofica (MEX)

"While listening to them during my last stay in Hungary last summer 2010, I was stunned by the straightforward personality of this group."
"Exciting, unusual (...)"
Doug Spencer, The Weekend Planet, ABC Radio National (Australia)

"Exciting, unusual (...)"
"Fascinating listening experience."
Thorsten Hingst, Unser Lübeck (GER)

"Fascinating listening experience."
"Caci Vorba proves with the CD Tajno Biav that if you have good musicians in the house even beaten Balkan paths can be easily refreshed."
Mattie Poels , Radio 6 (NL)

"Caci Vorba proves with the CD Tajno Biav that if you have good musicians in the house even beaten Balkan paths can be easily refreshed."
"Caci Vorba could be finally discovered in this country..."
Grit Friedrich & Michael Kuhlmann, MDR Figaro (GER)

"With the second recording "Tajno Biav", the band Caci Vorba could be finally discovered in this country by a larger audience(...) Not even someone in Romania interpreted so intimate, convincing and passionate the old Lautar songs from the suburban pubs and folk songs from the rich heritage of Wallachia."
"The rising star of the Polish folk scene..."
Cathrin Alisch, Folker (GER)

"In the person of the singer and violinist Maria Natanson there is a youth plus a feminine self-confidence and musical sovereignty - she is currently considered the rising star of the Polish folk scene. And rightly so!"
"Poland has another great name to add to the list of strong Folk related bands from the past ten years."
Eelco Schilder, Folk World (NL/GER)

"Leading vocalist Maria Natanson impresses with her expressive, strong voice and fabulous violin play. Backed by three fantastic (multi) instrumentalists, this band surprises with fresh, original and well played traditional music. Somehow they capture the original atmosphere of the traditional songs and tunes but sound like a modern folk band at the same time. With sparkling strings, strong accordion solo's and a percussionist that builds the perfect fundament for his fellow musicians to build their melodic parts on. Poland has another great name to add to the list of strong Folk related bands from the past ten years."
"Extremely exciting acquaintance..."
Ulf Torstensson, Lira Magazine (SWE)

“Although most members ČAČI VORBA come from Poland, their music is among the most authentic in the industry of Balkan music I’ve ever heard (...) I have never so clearly heard the similarity between the repeated melody-loops in Romanian music, boogie woogie and African soukous (...) An extremely exciting acquaintance.”
"Their sound is captivating, there's no doubt about that."
www.whatson-kiev.com (UA)

"Jazz, ethno, Gipsy and 'God only knows what else' (...), something entirely unique. Their sound is captivating, there's no doubt about that"
"One of the best Polish folk bands... which play Balkan notes."
Wilczyn Warszyc, Forum RRI RadioWid (PL)

"At the moment ČAČI VORBA is one of the best (beside Dikanda and Sarakina) Polish folk bands which play Balkan notes."
"Extremely exciting acquaintance..."
Ulf Torstensson, Lira Magazine (SWE)

“Although most members ČAČI VORBA come from Poland, their music is among the most authentic in the industry of Balkan music I’ve ever heard (...) I have never so clearly heard the similarity between the repeated melody-loops in Romanian music, boogie woogie and African soukous (...) An extremely exciting acquaintance.”
"At the moment ČAČI VORBA is one of the best (beside Dikanda and Sarakina) Polish folk bands which play Balkan notes."
Wilczyn Warszyc, Forum RRI RadioWid (PL)

"At the moment ČAČI VORBA is one of the best (beside Dikanda and Sarakina) Polish folk bands which play Balkan notes."
"No one else in Poland plays Gypsy music so accomplished..."
Piotr Kędziorek, Polish Radio 2 (PL)

"No one else in Poland plays Gypsy music so accomplished..."

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