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Conductor Henryk Debich Revisits The Funkiest Music From 70's Polish Radio and TV
Conductor Henryk Debich Revisits The Funkiest Music From 70's Polish Radio and TV

By JR on 4:52 PM

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"In the mid-1970s, the Orchestra of the Polish Radio and TV under the baton of Henryk Debich was truly second to none. Unfortunately only a small portion of its works has become known to a larger audience. Now the time has come to restore their due splendor, and to do so we’ll start with their records from 1978. Feel invited to join us in the journey through climbing-high housing developments, kitchens cladded with wood panels and pulsating lights of disco clubs. 

 Despite its twenty five years of existence, the Orchestra of the Polish Radio and TV in Łódź managed to rediscover itself and with every year produced even more modern and more interesting sounds, which fit perfectly into the glass-and-steel Poland, reaching high into the sky. The Orchestra recorded disco tracks based on pulsating drum rhythms, exploited funk-like styles along with some more elaborate forms, almost cinematic in character. “City” showcases an extensive range of accomplishments of Henryk Debich’s orchestra recorded in 1978, and launches our longer wandering through each year in the vast archives of the Orchestra. 

 The material comes from original, archival tapes of the Orchestra, kept at the archives of the Polish Radio in Łódź. All records have been remastered. To be continued – quite soon!"

 

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