Niebiesko-Czarni (Blue-Blacks) were one of the most popular Polish rock groups of the 1960s and early 1970s. Founded by Franciszek Walicki.
Czesław Niemen played in the band for several years.
Throughout their 14 years of history (1962-1976) the Niebiesko-Czarni released 8 longplay dics and 24 singles/fours (over 3.5 million discs) and had over 3000 concerts.
The Czerwone Gitary were founded by guitarist/vocalist Jerzy Kossela and bassist Henryk Zomerski on 3 January 1965 in Gdańsk. Initial members included Bernard Dornowski (guitar/vocals), Krzysztof Klenczon (lead guitar…
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