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Przejdz do sklepu

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Projekt Przyjaciele w latach 90. cieszył się uznaniem, powiem buńczucznie, opiniotwórczych elit. Jednak materiał ukazał się wtedy na kasecie i w formie programu telewizyjnego, ale nie ukazał się na CD. Sytuacja ta zmienia się obecnie. Cyfry to jedenaście piosenek łączących cechy klasyki i rozrywki. Mają pewne odniesienie do lat 70, ułożyłem je przy pianinie w latach 80, a nagrałem w l. 90. Do dziś zachowują swe oryginalne wartości. Zawierają też szereg pomysłowych rozwiązań muzycznych. Poznajcie jedną z wielu twarzy autora muzycznego hitu Klub Wesołego Szampana. Wojciech Płocharski

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Znany dziennikarz telewizyjny Grzegorz Miecugow o albumie: 'A chciałem puścić piosenkę z płyty zespołu „Przyjaciele”. To jedna z lepszych płyt jakie pojawiły się w ostatnich 10 latach. Mało kto ich zna. Do marca istniała tylko w wersji kasetowej. Teraz jakieś wydawnictwo wydało CD. Po prawie 10 latach. Wojtek Płocharski i Janusz Grudziński. Płyta kompletna. Słucha się jej od początku do końca. Chyba 7 lat temu chciałem im pomóc ją wydać na CD, ale zabrakło mi siły. I nagle w minionym tygodniu dostałem przesyłkę. Ale miło.' 

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Miesięcznik Claudia: 'Reedycja z lat 90. 11 piosenek tandemu Wojciech Płocharski - Janusz Grudziński. Dziś materiał, przygotowany jako program telewizyjny, ukazuje się na CD. Jest kilka niespodzianek. W.Płocharski śpiewa teksty swoje i mistrzów nastroju: Ch. Baudelaire'a, A. Błoka. Obowiązkowa lekcja dla miłośników autora "Klubu Wesołego Szampana".'

Tygodnik Angora: 'Językowe wartości. Dwaj Przyjaciele to Wojciech Płocharski, autor tekstu przeboju Formacji Nieżywych Schabuff "Klub Wesołego Szampana", i Janusz Grudziński, instrumentalista Kultu. Materiał zapisany obecnie na CD nagrali w 1993 r., wydając jedynie na kasecie magnetofonowej. Pewnie dlatego trafił on do niewielkiej rzeszy melomanów. I chociaz tak jak w przypadku słynnego "młotkowego" ("...a gdybym był młotkowym, w fabryce z młotkiem szalał..."), w tekstach duetu równiez mozna mówić o absurdzie, to jednak skupiłbym się na refleksyjnym i odprężającym, lekko rockowym klimacie krążka. Z zawodowo dobranym instrumentarium, które po lekkiej obróbce brzmi bardzo nowocześnie. Przyjaciele "Na podeście na estradzie".'

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1.Na podescie na estradzie [On the podium on the bandstand]

Listener's Review, No. 1: The theme feels more modern with the heavy bass beats that lead the melody across the sections. The mixing between the tones and vocals are excellent especially during the middle section where the aggressions are progressed to the top. The end was dramatically decorated with a notice of final enthusiasm.

2.Stacja [Station]

Listener's Review, No. 2: The textures of the background harmonies are dedicatedly sounded with great dynamics that balanced the basses and the vocal. The transition section flew smoothly with the continuous treble synthesis after the main theme. You should put this song into a collection of your soundtracks.

3.Wieczorem [In the Evening]

Listener's Review, No. 3: The prelude gives an exciting feel of modern popular rock. The enthusiasm are excellent resulted as the speeding up from the introduction into the middle section progressed. The traditional theme of this song has somewhat a story of the native tribe marching.

4.Zapach egzotyczny [Exotic Perfume]

Listener's Review, No. 4: The romantic background harmonies added in the excellent texture for the introduction. The modulations from the parallel major keys half steps into the treble are where that make the song truly unique. The vocal accent represents your personality incredibly.

5.Orka [Tillage]

Listeners' Reviews, No. 5: The feels of the jazz and modern bar theme and enthusiasm are engaged with great powers and energies. The length of the song is perfect which shows the upsurges and downstreams - which shows the importance of the emotions.
 
     This is a fantastic Broadway piece! I already see tap dancers in part of the song. You changing the beat and rhythm and playing that great melody with the keyboard keeps the listener DANCING! It's a complete success. Congratulations!  

6.Fotografie [Photographs]

Reviews, No. 6: The diminish minors are chorded strongly on the falling down theme. The varieties involved in this song is tremendous. The expressions are expanded excellently (...).
 
    This piece (...) takes you to another world. The use of "fotografia" and the birds are two nice details that really relate with the listener and the second time around you kind of expect the birds to come back and that is allowing the listener to enter the song. The combination lyrics and just keyboard at time gives it a unique personality.

7.Myszolow [the Buzzard]

Reviews, No. 7: This song is definitely a great pleasure to listen to. The theme directs wonderfully to the life of the night club. The busyness of the notes and bass strokes give a scenario of the federal city overview. I like the agressive energy that hides beneath the singing voice.
 
     This is a fantastic marriage of Brazilian samba and James Last. The rhythm and the beat are great and keep your attention till the end. The language is no barrier and because it is sung in such a fast pace it becomes just part of the music. I loved it!

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8.Zaproszenie do podrozy [Invitation to the Voyage]

Listeners' Reviews, No. 8: This is a very good track. The melody has a nice hook with it's lilting da da da dadada. The drums add to the haunting sound. And the vocals are excellent. The recording is excellent and the playing of the instruments are excellent. I cannot hear anything wrong about it. Very professional.
 
    (...) in this song which is fantastic while impress the audience with your unique personality. The dynamic that was generated by the powerful basses provided an incredible enthusiasm aggressively.

9.Larry

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No.9: The introduction sounds pretty harmonic with the great leading derives into the main vocal performance. The transition part is somewhat too long and occupies a large amount of the melodic space during the exclusive show time.
 
    Great track, almost a throw back to the 1920's. Again this is another professional track. The recording is really good. Particularly like your vocals, and the whistle adds ambiance to the song. You are coming up with unique songs that could capture someone's imagination. Well done.

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10.Okna na podwórze [Windows to the courtyard]

Listener's Reviews, No. 10: Very peaceful and romantic sounds. Great piano background almost reminding of a harpsicord. Even without understanding the language one can see your passion and involvement with the meaning of the song.
 
    I must say that your compositions and performances worth a lot of money.

11.Sowizdrzal [Eulenspiegel]

Reviews, No. 11: You do incredible things with your voice. You seem to talk, then sing, then race, then go into a crescendo. And it is all so pleasant. The keyboard in the background does not take away from your voice but makes it all into a nice whole.
 
    The amount of the half step minor chords created a strong contrast between the happiness and the sadness. The finish really remarks the importance of the composer which gives the listeners a signal of the eventual ending.

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