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JOZEF SKRZEK EAST WIND "Koncert zywiolow / The concert of the elements"
2008 / 2009
Wydawnictwo 21, 21.019
1. Tysiące planet... (Powietrze) / Thousands of planets... (The Air) 12:19
2. Freedom 8:31
3. Toczy się koło historii / The wheels of history are rolling on 12:08
4. Ziemia / The Earth 8:54
5. Ogień / The Fire 10:39
6. Woda / The Water 7:44
7. Pieśń o słońcu niewyczerpanym / / The song about an unexhausted sun 7:48
8. Za darmo nie ma nic / Nothing for free 11:38
Jozef Skrzek: keyboards, synthesizers, voice
Michail Ogorodov: keyboards, synthesizers, voice
Beata Mankowska: voice
Aleksandr Ragazanov: drums
Michal Giercuszkiewicz: drums, percussions
This is the second band's album recorded live in concert - East Wind is just the band of members who meets
themselves from time to time during the live shows just to realize their musical fascinations. Their incredible,
impossible to describe music reflects their unordinary characters.
This time the band were invited to Mlawa town to play open air act for the Days of the Town. But the late night
show were impossible because of mighty rain, storm and thunders, which gave the true concert of the elements. So
the real show must go on the next day in the Culture House.
Since the first seconds of the opening piece "Thousands of Planets..." it was conspicuous that the musicians'
and audience's expecting and understanding bring something magic. The subtle, nice beginning turned into dynamic,
powerful improvisation with spontaneous applause. And so was until the end of the show...
The next, more quiet tune was the new version of "Freedom", with Beata Mankowska's mezzosoprano voice - new
member of the band. And the band came back to the rocking power with the next track "The wheels of history are
rolling on", just screamed by Jozef Skrzek upon the hypnotic, electronic underground.
Next three tunes were totally improvised: first the slowly, majestic, oriental theme "The Earth", sung by the
keyboard player Michail Ogorodov, then nervous "The Fire" with the opening two drum sets solo by Aleksandr Ragazanov
and Michal Giercuszkiewicz and at last beautiful, delicate electronic soundscape called "The Water".
So it was time for the charming Skrzek's composition to the words of the Pope John Paul II "The song about an
unexhausted sun", again with the beautiful Beata Mankowska's voice, and finally the well known Skrzek's song "Nothing
for free", where He demonstrated once more His brilliant keyboard playing and singing.
The album features this live show without any changes and overdubs; the only one thing we made was adjusting
the songs for the CD capacity. Listening to the mighty applause and the dialogues between the tracks You can feel
the unbelievable atmosphere during this concert.
So You are welcome to the Mlawa Culture House and the second album of JOZEF SKRZEK EAST WIND
SKALDOWIE "Cisza krzyczy / The silence is crying"
Leningrad 1972 - an official live bootleg
1972 / 2007
Wydawnictwo 21, 21.017
limited digipack edition
1. Zapowiedz / Intro 1:08
2. Kolorowe szare dni / Colourful gray days 3:59
3. Juhas zmarl / A young shepherd has died 4:34
4. Jeszcze kocham / I still love 2:26
5. Lagodne swiatło Twoich oczu / The gentle shine of Your eyes 2:55
6. Dajcie mi snu godzine cicha / Give me a quiet hour of sleep 4:40
7. Wolne sa kwiaty na łace / Free are the meadow`s flowers 1:18
8. Medytacje wiejskiego listonosza / Country postman`s meditations 2:45
9. Przesliczna wiolonczelistka / Beautiful cellist 2:59
10. Angel 4:04
11. Wszystko mi mowi ze mnie ktos pokochal /
Everything tells me someone is in love with me 2:21
12. Krywaniu, Krywaniu / Krywan, You high mountain 16:244
13. Wieczor na dworcu w Kansas City /
Evening at Kansas City railroad station 2:13
14. Cisza krzyczy / The silence is crying 7:08
Andrzej Zielinski: vocal, Hammond organ
Jacek Zielinski: vocal, violin, trumpet, guitar
Jan Budziaszek: drums
Konrad Ratynski: bass guitar, vocal
Jerzy Tarsinski: guitar
In the 70s Skaldowie were on top; they played many great concerts through the Europe
with their brilliant musical quality. Unfortunately there are no documentary from their 70s live shows,
except of the only one song released on vinyl by East German label Amiga.
So we have decided to release this album "The silence is crying - Leningrad 1972, an official live bootleg".
The thirteen songs, including their opus magnum - over 16 minutes long suite "Krywan, Krywan",
which is based on the Polish folklore, were recorded during the tournee in the USSR in autumn of 1972
on the amateur tape recorded, using one simple microphone. The sound quality is not brilliant
and we have called it as the official bootleg. But this is very nice bootleg, with the really better sound
as in many western famous releases. Anyway it is maybe the only one chance to hear how the band played
live in early 70s... Just listen to their great hits from 60s and - last but not least - live versions
of Skaldowie`s progressive rock tracks from the famous early 70s albums.
This album is released as digipack, with some rare photos from 1972 Russian Tour,
maybe also from the same live show. We have got it from the one of the numerous Russian fans of the band.
COLT "From the Fridge"
Wydawnictwo 21, 21.011
1. Chosen One 5'49
2. Time To Fly 4'00
3. Z Wielkich Walk / From the Great Battles 5'25
4. Boozies 2'29
5. So Hard 4'48
6. Doesn't Matter 3'11
7. I Want Your Love So Bad (SLY; by Atomic Rooster) 3'45
8. Drop 1'50
9. From the Fridge 13'39
Radoslaw Kopec: guitar, organ, piano, voice, bass guitar
Adam Romaniszyn: drums, percussion
Artur Malinowski: bass guitar
Special Guest - Joanna Jaworz-Dutka: flute
COLT are three young musicians from Tomaszow Lubelski (Poland).They playing sophisticated
progressive hardrock in 70s style, with the sound of acoustic guitar, many flute and hammond
improvisations. All songs are their own compostions, except of SLY, which is the cover
of ATOMIC ROOSTER's song.
The music is rough and true, as the life of the young, unknown band from the little town.
This is the sound "from the fridge", as the music of beloved 70s groups: FREE, ATOMIC ROOSTER
or URIAH HEEP.
At the same time were released the new volume from the series Polish Art Rock - vol. 3,
released by Cracow label LYNX MUSIC. COLT played there the older, unpublished version
of the title track "From the Fridge" and Radek Kopec performed with some friends as SUCHI PION project
instrumental jazzrock track from the forthcoming album on our label.
TONY McPHEE "Live in Poland at Blues Express"
Wydawnictwo 21, 21.008
1. 32-20 4'21
2. No place to go 6'54
3. No mo doggin 5'26
4. Evil 5'48
5. Garden 5'12
6. Mistreated 6'00
7. Dimpless 5'30
8. Sitting on the top of the world 4'10
9. Can't be satisfied 3'31
10. Groundhog blues 6'33
11. Little red rooster 4'52
12. Drop down mama 5'56
13. Write me few short lines 5'47
14. Old Polish blues song 2'12
15. The grand finale 1'12
Tony McPhee: acoustic guitar, voice
Krzysztof Opalski: blues harp
Romuald Poplonyk: kazoo
This songs comes from an acoustic live gig of Tony McPhee - British bluesrock legend,
the founder of legendary GROUNDHOGS band. With the little help of his Polish friends Tony
sings and plays on acoustic guitar bluesy evergreens and some own songs from the GROUNDHOGS
period. The music were recorded in Blues Express Pub in Zielona Gora (Poland) in January
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