Czerwono Czarni

Czerwono CzarniFrom: Gdańsk, Poland

Czerwono Czarni, which translates to The Red And Blacks, was one of the most popular bands in the history of Polish music. They were the first Polish rock band to last long enough to cut a record, forming in 1960 and lasting until 1976.

Rhythm and Blues was the first band to appear on the Polish rock scene, back in 1959. They soon disbanded, but most of its members formed the Czerwono Czarni group on the same day. Czerwono Czarni was founded by Franciszek Walicki in Gdańsk. The band recorded their debut album in 1961, in Warsaw, in the concert hall of the National Polish Philharmonic, which served as a recording studio at night.

Original band members included Zbigniew Garsen, Marek Tarnowski, Mirowlsaw Wójcik, Andrzej Jordan, and Michaj Burano. Over 70 different artists worked with the group during its 16-year career.

Czerwono Czarni received numerous awards in the National Festival of Polish Song in Opole and Sopot Festival. On April 13, 1967, the band performed as an opening act for the Rolling Stones in Warsaw. Czerwono Czarni performed at the Stones’ 50th anniversary concert un 2010.

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From the 1969 album Pan Przyjackelem Moim (Msza Beatowa)
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