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Czesław Niemen - Jamais download mp3 album
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Album:
Jamais
Released:
1966
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Niemen (also known as "Człowiek jam niewdzięczny" - "Ungrateful Man I Am" or "Czerwony Album" - "The Red Album") is double LP album by Czesław Niemen released in 1971. It was another step in Niemen's way to hard progression and avantgarde. Człowiek jam niewdzięczny" - 20:32 (lyrics Czesław Niemen). Aerumnarum Plenus" - 7:35 (lyrics Cyprian Kamil Norwid). Italiam, Italiam" - 4:58 (lyrics Cyprian Kamil Norwid). Enigmatyczne impresje" - 7:27 (instrumental).

Singles/EPs/Fan Club/Promo, released in 1966. Songs, Tracks Listing. Side A 1. Jamais (A. Ursini - Niemen) 2. Varsovie (P. Delanoe - Niemen). Side B 3. Hey les filles (P. Delanoe - Niemen) 4. Peut-�tre (A. Ursini - Niemen). Czesław Niemen, vocals. Michael Colombier Orchestra. Releases information. EP AZ EP 1043 (1966 France).

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Niemen was born in Wasiliszki in Grodno district. He was a singer with a wide voice scale and rich intonation, a composer and a keyboard player. He made his debut in the early 1960s, singing a Polish kind of rock and roll and soul music.

Written-By – Czesław Niemen. Originally released in 1969. Made in Germany' and 'Polskie Nagrania Muza' logo on backcover. Enigmatic ‎(LP, Album, RE, RM, Gat). Polskie Nagrania Muza, Polskie Nagrania Muza.

Czesław Niemen was a famous Polish vocalist, composer, t, and lyricist. He is considered one of the most popular and most original influential artists in Polish pop music of the 20th century, singing mainly in Polish. Mother, Have You Forgiven Me? After parting ways with the Niebiesko-Czarni, Niemen worked with the band Akwarele. After their first tour, in April 1967 he recorded tracks for the album Dziwny jest ten świat, Strange is This World. The title track received awards at the Opole Music Festival and became one of the biggest hits of Polish pop music in the 1960s. After tours in Poland, Germany, and France, Niemen and Akwarele cut another album - Sukces. Songs and concerts promoting the album were recorded in a short film by Marek Piwowski.

In the dawn of World War II these ethnic Belarusian lands were annexed by the Soviet Union and became a part of Belorussian SSR, according to Europe's post-war reorganization performed during the Yalta Conference at the same time when Gdańsk and Wrocław (called Danzig and Breslau in German) became a part of Poland. The first three LP album's Niemen recorded with his band "Akwarele" (Watercolours). Subsequently, he recorded with his other new bands: "Enigmatic", "Grupa Niemen" and "Aerolit". In 1969 he changed musical style to progressive rock while recording the monumental album Enigmatic.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Jamais
Written-By – A. Ursini*, Niemen*
A2 Varsovie
Written-By – Niemen*, P. Delanoë*
B1 Hey Les Filles
Written-By – Niemen*, P. Delanoë*
B2 Peut-Etre
Written-By – A. Ursini*, Niemen*

Companies, etc.

  • Printed By – Dillard et Cie. Imp. Paris

Credits

  • Accompanied By – Michel Colombier Et Son Orchestre
  • Photography By – Michel Laguens

Notes

Maquette P.P.P.
Imprimé en France

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  • Rights Society: BIEM