How a banned singer-songwriter became an unwilling musical hero through his home-copied cassettes. 

Jacek Kleyff was an increasingly popular topical songwriter in 1970s Poland. But he was unwilling to bend to the demands of the communist state's censorship, so the authorities reacted by banning him from appearing in public, including radio and TV.

What did Jacek do when he was blacklisted by the communist authorities? How did he become a cult figure within the Polish opposition?

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