Romuald & Roman - Nagrania Radiowe Z Lat 1968-1976 (Doppel CD)

Genre:

Progressive

Style:

CD

Label:

Polskie Radio

Format:

Doppel CD


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Romuald & Roman - Nagrania radiowe z lat 1968 - 1976


TRACKLIST:

CD(1):

  • Kto poznał ten świat
  • Znasz ten dom
  • Pytanie czy hasło
  • Człowiek
  • A ja nigdy i basta
  • Kamień
  • Bobas
  • Będziesz panią w moim piekle
  • Talizmany
  • Na twój znak
  • Twoje słowa jak łubin
  • Wszystko ci kupiłem
  • Czy potrafię
  • Gdyby przebaczać mogli wszyscy
  • Jak dwie rzeki
  • W białą Noc Narodzenia

CD(2):

  • Spacer Mleczną Drogą
  • Towarowy rusza do Indii
  • Coś we mnie drzemie
  • Wędrujesz tak
  • Towarowy rusza do Indii (live)
  • Coś we mnie drzemie (live)
  • Idź dalej
  • Patrycja
  • Wieczorny nokturn
  • Wszystko ci kupiłem
  • XXI zbliża się wiek
  • XXI zbliża się wiek (instr.)
  • Płonie ognisko
  • Idź dalej (wersja 2)
  • Kto
  • Coś we mnie drzemie


MUSICIANS:

  • Romuald Piasecki ‚Ä¢ g / voc
  • Roman Runowicz ‚Ä¢ g / voc
  • Jacek Baran ‚Ä¢ bg
  • Sarandis Jovanudis ‚Ä¢ dr
  • Stanisław Kasprzyk ‚Ä¢ dr
  • Lesław Kot ‚Ä¢ voc
  • Włodzimierz Krakus ‚Ä¢ bg
  • Jacek Krzaklewski ‚Ä¢ g / voc
  • Leszek Muth ‚Ä¢ bg
  • Ireneusz Nowacki ‚Ä¢ dr
  • Krzysztof Orłowski ‚Ä¢ fl / perc / pno
  • Andrzej Pluszcz ‚Ä¢ bg
  • Marek Purzycki ‚Ä¢ bg
  • Zbigniew Stemplowski ‚Ä¢ hamm
  • Andrzej Tylec ‚Ä¢ dr
  • Roman Wrzos ‚Ä¢ bg

  • Incredible as it may seem, many Polish beat and rock groups never were able to release singles or lps. Most recorded songs for Polish radio and hoped that they would get airplay which in turn would give them a hit song then an album contract. The story of Romuald i Roman is a long one but they actually released one 7 ep and a giant catalog of unreleased recordings which sat preserved on reels in Polish recording studios. Once Digiton Records bought the rights, they issued a compilation of most of their recordings. Many years on, the expanded 2 cd version appeared on Polskie Radio/Jedynka Records in 2007.

    What an amazing group they were. Early on in '68 they merged the sound of Syd Barrett-rea Pink Floyd with The Cream and The Who. Creative psych pop with sweet backing vocals. Later they changed into wah-wah hippie fusion rock sounding at times like Get Back Sessions Beatles or anyone who had a wah-wah guitar pedal at the time. Magnetic songwriting and intense slow then fast playing. Their use of silence in dramatic parts was rather unique. They actuallu remained together for a long time without fanfare. A gem of a group!