MATEUSZ TORZECKI and ŁUKASZ SŁOŃSKI
1. Ewa Demarczyk, “Czarne anioły”
From: Ewa Demarczyk śpiewa piosenki Zygmunta Koniecznego. Muza Polskie Nagrania, M-3 XW-645, 33 RPM.
Lyrics were written by Wiesław Dymny and music composed by Zygmunt Konieczny.
Czesław Niemen – vocalist, composer, multi-instrumentalist, and lyricist, one of the most original influential artists in Polish big beat of the 60. and pop music – distanced himself clearly from the hippie movement and youth rebellion. In Niemen’s creations, as well as in his appearance, some elements of psychedelic aesthetics manifested themselves from time to time. Examples are the album cover “Sukces” and Hendrixian guitar motifs in the piece “Tyle jest dróg” where the wah-wah quitar effect was used.
2. Maryla Rodowicz, “Niech żyje bal”
From: Gejsza Nocy. Muza Polskie Nagrania, SX 2264, 33 RPM.
Lyrics were written by Agnieszka Osiecka and music composed by Seweryn Krajewski.
In 2013, the song earned “The Super Express Prize” (awarded by a newspaper) for “The Greatest Hit of The Opole Festival.”.
3. Maanam, “Boskie Buenos”
From: Maanam. Wifon, LP 028, 33 RPM.
Lyrics were written by Olga Jackowska and music composed by Marek Jackowski.
4. Edyta Górniak, “To nie ja”
From: Dotyk. Pomaton Emi, POM CD 065, CD.
Lyrics were written by Jacek Cygan and music composed by Stanisław Syrewicz.
This song promoted Edyta Górniak first single and next, her debut album.
5. Dorota “Doda” Rabczewska, “Szansa”
From: Ficca. Universal Music Polska 170 265-3, CD.
Lyrics were written by Dorota Rabczewska and music composed by Tomasz Lubert.
This song promoted single of Virgin, a band in which Dorota Rabczewska performed.
6. Sylwia Grzeszczak, “Małe Rzeczy”
From: Sen o przyszłości. EMI Music Poland 5099973051428, CD.
Lyrics were written by Wieńczysław Bloch and Marcin Paweł Piotrowski, music composed by Sylwia Grzeszczak and Marcin Paweł Piotrowski.
This song was one of the first major hits by Sylwia Grzeszczak from her first solo album.