Maanam were a Polish pop/rock band from Warszawa, formed in 1975. Adopting the New Wave aesthetic, the band released a self-titled debut album on Wifon in 1980, followed by 12 further albums on Pronit, Polton, and other labels over the next quarter-century.
Members: Marek Jackowski (guitar), Milo Kurtis (guitar, 1975-77), Kora [Olga Jackowska] (vocals, 1976-2008), John Porter (guitar, 1977-79), Ryszard Olesiński (guitar, 1979-86, 1991-2003), Krzysztof Olesiński (bass, 1979-82, 1992-2003), Ryszard Kupidura (drums, 1979-80), Paweł Markowski (drums, 1980-85, 1991-2003), Jarosław Szlagowski (drums, 1985-86), Bogdan Kowalewski (bass, 1982-86, 1991-92), Marcin Ciempiel (bass, 1988), Kostek Yoriadis (keyboards, 1988), Krzysztof Dominik (drums, 1988)
- Maanam (1980)
- O! (1982)
- Night Patrol (1983)
- Nocny patrol (1984)
- Mental Cut (1985)
- Wet Cat (1985)
- Sie ściemnia (1989)
- Derwisz i anioł (1991)
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