Thursday, December 14, 2006

Nurt - "Nurt" {Poland} [1972] (Prog) (VBR)

The group was founded in the 71st year in Wroclaw razvalivcheixia party by the time the Romuald Roman & Roman Runovich, but the leadership passed to Alexandre Mrozieku. In the 72nd Nurt became a winner of the National Festival of Youth Music, and later, and Jazz Festival over River. In the 73rd Nurt recorded at the plate Muse, which has proved to be, the latest start-quick changes and the group disintegrated. All musicians continued more or less successfully serve other teams Mrozek and Tsvinar and became one of the legends of Polish rock, suffice it to say, for example, that they were part of the excellent team Test. In the early 1990s Mrozek re Nurt and they even recorded a CD. The sole plate is considered to be one of the best in Polish rock early 1970s. .This is a classic rock with a strong blues component plus top boxes.I recommend to familiarize download their magnum opus Strachu Syn with a magnificent solo jazz stars Tomasz Stanko.
Thanks to Opa-Loka for the info (Review and Line-up) :o)

"Only a handful of this great '70s Polish progressive album with sitars, great guitar etc. etc. Adventurous tracks in the Led Zeppelin, Cream vein with Groundhogs styled fuzzed out guitars plus hard bass and loud drumming. Limited digipak edition of 500 copies." http://www.freakemporium.com/site/advanced_search.cgi

01 - Kto Ma Dzis Czas (3:21)
02 - Synowie Nocy (3:51)
03 - Bedziesz Pania w Moim Piekle (3:25)
04 - Holograficzne Widmo (4:02)
05 - Gdyby Przebaczyc Mogli Wszyscy (3:12)
06 - Morze Ognia (3:10)
07 - Parter Na Klaustrofobie (4:06)
08 - Pisze Kreda Na Asfalcie (5:51)
09 - Syn Strachu (9:40)
10 - Impresja W 'E' (5:54)
11 - Na Odleglosc Rak (2:46)
12 - Akrobata (4:27)
13 - Rock Bez Tytulu (2:32)

Line-up
- Aleksander Mrozek : guitar, vocal
- Kazimierz Cwynar : bass, vocal
- Ryszard Sroka : drums
- Roman Runowicz : guitar, vocal
with
- Tomasz Staсko : trumpet
- Jan Jacek Baran : percussion
- Ryszard Gwalbert Misiek : sax

02 - Synowie Nocy ...
12 - Akrobata ..............

Link for download "Nurt - 1972 - Nurt" in comments ...

12 comments:

isabelbc said...

Link: http://tinyurl.com/yatyxf

Anonymous said...

I don't suppose you ahve anything by a Polish band named Loskot, do you? Regardless, thanks for the excellent music.

Dave K.

Opa-Loka said...

Aleksander Mrozek : guitar, vocal Kazimierz Cwynar : bass, vocal
Ryszard Sroka : drums
Roman Runowicz : guitar, vocal
with
Tomasz Staсko : trumpet
Jan Jacek Baran : percussion
Ryszard Gwalbert Misiek : sax

The group was founded in the 71st year in Wroclaw razvalivcheixia party by the time the Romuald Roman & Roman Runovich, but the leadership passed to Alexandre Mrozieku. In the 72nd Nurt became a winner of the National Festival of Youth Music, and later, and Jazz Festival over River. In the 73rd Nurt recorded at the plate Muse, which has proved to be, the latest start-quick changes and the group disintegrated. All musicians continued more or less successfully serve other teams Mrozek and Tsvinar and became one of the legends of Polish rock, suffice it to say, for example, that they were part of the excellent team Test. In the early 1990s Mrozek re Nurt and they even recorded a CD.

The sole plate is considered to be one of the best in Polish rock early 1970s. .This is a classic rock with a strong blues component plus top boxes.I recommend to familiarize download their magnum opus Strachu Syn with a magnificent solo jazz stars Tomasz Stanko.

Rahsaan57 said...

Thank you!! Music from my
fatherland is appreciated -
this is the first Polish album
I've seen on the Web.

If anyone has links to any others
or any Polish music blogs please
e-mail rahsaan57@email2me.net.

thanks agin!

isabelbc said...

Hi Rahsaan57 try
http://prognotfrog.blogspot.com/2006/08/krzak-niepokonani-poland-1980-192.html

:o)

Anonymous said...

hi from Poland,
a great WOW!!! and thanks for promoting this stuff. Brilliant. However, a few things need clearing, okay, i don't mind your spelling (but maybe Messrs. Runowicz, Cwynar and Mrożek do), but:
1. Cwynar and Mrożek did not play in Test, but - in the years 79-81 - in a seminal new wave group Porter Band, fronted by a Welshman living in Poland, John Porter. Their magnificent 1980 lp "Helicopters" still sounds great, a bit Television-esque. Nurt, I'm sorry to say, is quite little known in Poland.
2. The CD contains only radio recordings of the songs and reportedly a few tracks sound "different" from the original LP. The vinyl is a rarity - i've never had it in my hands. Here, tracks 1-9 would be the original tracks, and 10-13 are bonus songs.
cheers again, Darek

Anonymous said...

one more thing, Rahsaan57 - I suggets you visit the Mutant sounds blog - http://mutant-sounds.blogspot.com/ - you'll find some excellent Polish stuff there (Klaus Mitffoch!!!), just search the blog for "Poland". and in case you do, in the comments for the Ksiezyc post (around last September), you'll find links to Rongwrong and Ksiezyc albums in .flac files, posted by yours truly...
cheers - Darek

Anonymous said...

link down

isabelbc said...

http://bordeldorock.blogspot.com/2011/09/nurt-nurt-1972-polish-avant-garde-by.html

isabelbc said...

- hi Anonymous, before ask "re-up" check around blogsphere, many blogs post the albums after ProgNotFrog ;)

isabelbc said...

http://progbeat-vvche.blogspot.com/2011/06/nurt-nurt-1973-poland-heavy-prog.html

Davy Nabuco said...

Well... Unfortunately, these links are dead as well.

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