Józef Skrzek ‎– Ojciec Chrzestny Dominika

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Polskie Nagrania Muza ‎– SX 1967
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Album title in English: "Dominic's Godfather".
Płytę zrealizowano przy współpracy Redakcji Muzycznej Pr. III Polskiego Radia w Warszawie.
Nagrań dokonano w Studiu Polskiego Radia w Opolu, od marca 1979 r. do marca 1980 r., w czasie wolnym od koncertów Józefa Skrzeka.
Made in Poland
Cena zł 80,-
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Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: BIEM
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, stamped): S3X 1967 A-3
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, stamped): S3X 1967 B

Other Versions (5 of 5) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
PNCD 997 (SX 1967), klub Płytowy 24 Józef Skrzek Ojciec Chrzestny Dominika(CD, Album, Ltd) Polskie Nagrania Muza, Klub Płytowy Edycja limitowana PNCD 997 (SX 1967), klub Płytowy 24 Poland 2005 Sell This Version
SX 1967 Józef Skrzek Ojciec Chrzestny Dominika(LP, Album, RP) Polskie Nagrania Muza SX 1967 Poland Unknown Sell This Version
SX 1967 Józef Skrzek Ojciec Chrzestny Dominika(LP, Album, Cre) Polskie Nagrania Muza SX 1967 Poland 1980 Sell This Version
101, GOLLAND 101 Józef Skrzek Ojciec Chrzestny Dominika(CD, Album, RE) Golland, Golland 101, GOLLAND 101 Poland 2002 Sell This Version
MMP CD 0536 DG Józef Skrzek Ojciec Chrzestny Dominika(CD, Album, RE, Dig) Metal Mind Productions MMP CD 0536 DG Poland 2009 Sell This Version

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elektr0bi

elektr0bi

March 13, 2010
edited over 9 years ago

Second solo album from Józef Skrzek, also known as member of Polish (prog) rock band SBB. Performed by Skrzek himself, the record is an exemplary prog/art/psychedelic rock album. Comprised of two suites, one per record side: at times pompous, at times grand, at times moody - but overall still today sounding as a great piece of work. Showing Skrzek as a mature artist, composer and multi-instrumentalist: showing-off not only his impressive instrumentarium but also his impressive skills. One might say it's a perfect Pink Floyd-inspired album. Or "Pink Floyd in a pill" - meaning it bears too much resemblance to the style of PF albums from 70s period. But what's wrong with that - as long the pieces listen alright ? Released around 1980 (when punk rockers had already "smashed" and ridiculed all the pinkfloyders and big prog dinosaur-like bands before and after them), this album is a nice seal for that whole prog/art/jazz rock dreamy and fairytale period. Perfectly composed, arranged and performed - strongly recommended to all "Wish You Were Here" album fans out there.