Polska Muzyka The best music site on the web there is where you can read about and listen to blues, jazz, classical music and much more. This is your ultimate music resource. Tons of albums can be found within. http://theblues-thatjazz.com/pl/polska/308.html Sun, 03 Jul 2022 22:50:47 +0000 Joomla! 1.5 - Open Source Content Management pl-pl Cafe Fogg (2008) http://theblues-thatjazz.com/pl/polska/308-mfogg/556-cafefogg.html http://theblues-thatjazz.com/pl/polska/308-mfogg/556-cafefogg.html Cafe Fogg (2008)


1. Michal Rudas - Bluzeczka zamszowa 
2. Gonzales Kolektiv feat. Mika Urbaniak - Juz nigdy 
3. The Bumelants - Bo to sie zwykle tak zaczyna 
4. Maria Sadowska - Ta ostatnia niedziela 
5. Janusz Szron - Jesienne Roze 
6. Aleksandra Niespielak - W malym kinie 
7. Slawek Uniatowski - Fredzio 
8. Pinnawela - Un Peu Demonde 
9. The Bumelants - Tango Milonga 
10. DJ Twister - A ja sobie gram na gramofonie 
11. Novika - Kiedy bedziesz zakochany 
12. Muzykoterapia - Pikkunina 
13. Smokee feat. Olga Szomanska-Radwan - Jesienne roze 
14. Seb Skalski & Masta P. - Oczy Czarne RMX

 

Pomysłodawcą projektu "Cafe Fogg" jest prawnuk Mieczysława Fogga - Michał, który wraz z didżejem i producentem Sebastianem Skalskim oraz grupą znanych polskich artystów postanowili stworzyć album będący hołdem dla nestora polskiej piosenki .

Album zawiera 14 utworów z repertuaru Mieczysława Fogga w wykonaniu min. Marysi Sadowskiej , Miki Urbaniak , Pauliny Przybysz , Sławka Uniatowskiego i innych artystów wspomaganych przez najlepszych Dj’ów. Utwory z płyty " Cafe Fogg " to współczesne wykonania niezapomnianych przebojów min. " Tango Milonga " , " To ostatnia niedziela " , " A ja sobie gram na gramofonie " w nowych aranżacjach, ale co bardzo ważne zawierające oryginalne partie wokalne w wykonaniu samego Mieczysława Fogga. Wynikiem tego jest zbiór utworów o stylistyce od klasycznego jazzu , swingu ,reggae , funk'u po hip hop i klubowe brzmienia .

Mieczysław Fogg kojarzony z bardzo klasycznymi wykonaniami został w tym projekcie pokazany jako inspiracja dla młodych artystów różnych styli muzycznych. Różni artyści, autorskie aranżacje, bardzo odmienne interpretacje i jeden wspólny mianownik w postaci Mieczysława Fogga to chyba najkrótsza i najbardziej trafna charakterystyka "Cafe Fogg". ---empik.com

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administration@theblues-thatjazz.com (bluelover) Mieczyslaw Fogg Wed, 14 Oct 2009 18:58:20 +0000
Mieczyslaw Fogg - Ta Ostatnia Niedziela (2003) http://theblues-thatjazz.com/pl/polska/308-mfogg/8121-mieczyslaw-fogg-ta-ostatnia-niedziela.html http://theblues-thatjazz.com/pl/polska/308-mfogg/8121-mieczyslaw-fogg-ta-ostatnia-niedziela.html Mieczyslaw Fogg - Ta Ostatnia Niedziela (2003)

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01.To Ostatnia Niedziela
02.Pierwszy Siwy Włos
03.Starszy Pan
04.Mały Biały Domek play
05.W Małym Kinie
06.Wisłą Do Młocin
07.Gwiżdżę Na Wszystko
08.Ja Mam Czas Ja Poczekam
09.Pamiętam Twoje Oczy
10.W Błękicie
11.Jesienne Róże
12.Pieśń O Matce
13.Piosenka O Mojej Warszawie
14.Serce Matki
15.W Kalendarzu Jest Taki Dzień
16.Kiedy Będziesz Zakochany
17.Francois
18.Już Nigdy play
19.Co Nam Zostało Z Tych Lat
20.Zapomniana Piosenka

 

Mieczysław Fogg (real name Mieczysław Fogiel) (May 30, 1901, Warsaw - September 3, 1990, Warsaw), was a very popular Polish singer of the twentieth century. His popularity started well before World War II and continued well into the 1980s. He had a characteristic way of staying very serious yet slightly emotional on stage when singing. He can be compared to French Tino Rossi in style. He had a lyric baritone voice.

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administration@theblues-thatjazz.com (bluelover) Mieczyslaw Fogg Fri, 04 Feb 2011 10:20:21 +0000
Mieczyslaw Fogg – Platynowa Kolekcja (2000) http://theblues-thatjazz.com/pl/polska/308-mfogg/557-platynowakolek.html http://theblues-thatjazz.com/pl/polska/308-mfogg/557-platynowakolek.html Mieczyslaw Fogg – Platynowa Kolekcja (2000)


1.Tango Milonga
2.Caluje twoja dlon madame
3.Ramona
4.Czekam cie
5.Nasza jest noc
6.Jak w serenadzie
7.Niebieski walc
8.Cicho grajcie mi 
9.Cztery nogi
10.Nietoperze
11.Tango andrusowskie (instrumental)
12.Tulipany
13.Nadejda kiedys takie dni
14.Oczy czarne
15.Fredzio
16.Co nam zostalo z tych 
17.Blekitne oczy
18.Pamietam twoje oczy
19.Francois
20.Kiedy znow zakwitna biale bzy
21.To samo niebo
22.Ksiezyc nad Taithi 
23.Odpukaj pan
24.Hanko
25.Moze dzis
26.Juz nigdy
27.Szkoda twoich lez
28.Nie bede plakal
29.Gwizdze na wszystko
30.Juz taki jestem zimny dran
31.Graj skrzypku graj
32.Kochana

 

Mieczysław Fogg (real name Mieczysław Fogiel) was a very popular Polish singer of the twentieth century. His popularity started well before World War II and continued well into the 1980’s. He had a characteristic way of staying very serious yet slightly emotional on stage when singing. He can be compared to French Tino Rossi in style. He had a lyric baritone voice.

Mieczysław Fogiel was born May 30, 1901 in Warsaw, then a provincial town in Imperial Russia. He spent his childhood there and, after graduating from a local gymnasium in 1922, he started working as a railway worker. About that time he also joined the choir of the St. Anne’s Church. There his friend, Ludwik Sempoliński, made him join the classes of music organized by Jan Łysakowski, Eugeniusz Mossakowski, Wacław Brzeziński, Ignacy Dygas and many other notable Polish musicians of the epoch. Initially a hobbyist, in 1928 he met Władysław Daniłowski Dan, who chose him as a solist for his newly-formed Dan’s Choir. The choir became extremely popular the following year when Jerzy Petersburski’s song Tango Milonga became an international hit. This and other tangos and romances performed by the choir in the famous Qui pro Quo theatre led Fogiel to become one of the most popular Polish singers. After 1932 Fogiel, under a new pseudonym of Fogg, toured a number of countries, including Germany, Latvia, USSR, Finland, Norway, Sweden, Austria and Italy. In the United States the group toured 31 states.

His popularity was increased by the fact that Fogg was keen on languages and was able to sing in local languages of the countries he toured. He also appeared in a number of duos with other popular artists of the time, including Hanka Ordonówna, Stefcia Górska, Zula Pogorzelska and Adolf Dymsza. He also appeared in 11 films. After the Dana Choir was disbanded in 1938 Fogg started a solo career. The same year he was chosen as the most popular Polish singer by the Polish Radio. He toured the country with a trio composed of himself, Mira Zimińska and Tadeusz Sygietyński. Among the authors of his songs was also Marian Hemar.

After the outbreak of World War II Fogg remained in Warsaw, where he joined the underground Armia Krajowa. He gave concerts in the few cafes available to Poles under German occupation. During the Warsaw Uprising he gave countless concerts both on the barricades, in hospitals and in the bomb shelters beneath the city. For his efforts to keep high the morale of the soldiers and civilians of the fighting city he was awarded with some of the highest Polish decorations.

After the war, in 1945 he opened up his own cafe in the ruins of Warsaw. The cafe, located at Marszałkowska 119 Street, was the first music theatre opened after the war in the destroyed city and served as one of the very few centres of culture. However, the following year it was nationalized by the new communist authorities of Poland and closed soon afterwards. Fogg continued to give hundreds of concerts in all parts of Poland and also headed his private music record firm Fogg Records, which shared the fate of Fogg’s cafe in 1951. His popularity as a singer remained high and in 1958 he was again chosen the most popular Polish singer by the audience of the Polish Radio - 20 years after he was given the same title for the first time.

He continued to give concerts almost until his death in 1990. Throughout his 60-years long career he gave more than 16,000 of them in all countries of Europe, Brasil, Israel, Ceylon, New Zealand, Australia, Canada and the US. His everlasting popularity led to the creation of a number of anecdotes. In one of them, the Polish archaeologists supposedly discovered an Egyptian mummy. After they unfolded it, they were surprised by the mummy asking a short question: “Is Fogg still giving concerts?”

Mieczysław Fogg died in Warsaw on September 3, 1990. He is buried at the Powązki Cemetery.---last.fm

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administration@theblues-thatjazz.com (bluelover) Mieczyslaw Fogg Wed, 14 Oct 2009 19:00:06 +0000
Mieczyslaw Fogg – Starszy Pan (2006) http://theblues-thatjazz.com/pl/polska/308-mfogg/558-starszypan.html http://theblues-thatjazz.com/pl/polska/308-mfogg/558-starszypan.html Mieczyslaw Fogg – Starszy Pan (2006)


1.Piosenka o mojej Warszawie 
2.Kiedy bedziesz zakochany 
3.W blekicie oczu Twych
4.Ja mam czas, ja poczekam
5.Pamietam Twoje oczy
6.W kalendarzu jest taki dzien 
7.Ta ostatnia niedziela
8.Zapomniana piosenka
9.W malym kinie
10.Pamietam dni
11.Fascination
12.Francois
13.Na uliczce mojej
14.Un peu demode
15.Jesienne roze
16.Podziekuj
17.Siwy włos
18.Serce matki
19.Stary walc
20.Starszy pan
21.Co nam zostalo z tych lat
22.Cisza

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administration@theblues-thatjazz.com (bluelover) Mieczyslaw Fogg Wed, 14 Oct 2009 19:02:31 +0000
Mieczyslaw Fogg – Zapomniana Piosenka (2001) http://theblues-thatjazz.com/pl/polska/308-mfogg/559-zapomianapios.html http://theblues-thatjazz.com/pl/polska/308-mfogg/559-zapomianapios.html Mieczyslaw Fogg – Zapomniana Piosenka (2001)


01-Zapomniana piosenka
02-Kochana
03-Kiedy będziesz zakochany
04-Bujaj mnie, bujaj
05-Ja mam czas, ja poczekam
06-Jesienne róże
07-Miłość stęskniona
08-Pieśń o matce
09-Stary walc
10-Fredzio
11-Co nam zostało z tych lat

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administration@theblues-thatjazz.com (bluelover) Mieczyslaw Fogg Wed, 14 Oct 2009 19:06:36 +0000
Mieczysław Fogg - Jesienne Roze (2001) http://theblues-thatjazz.com/pl/polska/308-mfogg/6942-mieczysaw-fogg-jesienne-roze-2001.html http://theblues-thatjazz.com/pl/polska/308-mfogg/6942-mieczysaw-fogg-jesienne-roze-2001.html Mieczysław Fogg - Jesienne Roze (2001)

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1.Jesienne róże
2.Co nam zostało z tych lat    play
3.Bluzeczka zamszowa
4.Pierwszy siwy włos
5.Serce matki
6.Stary walc
7.Pieśń o matce
8.Kiedy będziesz zakochany
9.W błękicie oczu twych
10.Ja mam czas, ja poczekam
11.Pamiętam twoje oczy
12.To ostatnia niedziela
13.Zapomniana piosenka
14.W małym kinie               play
15.Francois
16.Starszy pan
17.Un Peu Demode
18.Kochana
19.Niebieskie róże
20.Odpukaj pan
21.Bo to się zwykle tak zaczyna
22.Piosenka nieaktualna
23.Młodym być
24.Piosenka o mojej Warszawie

 

Mieczysław Fogg, właściwie Mieczysław Fogiel (ur. 30 maja 1901 w Warszawie, zm. 3 września 1990 tamże) – polski piosenkarz śpiewający barytonem lirycznym, którego kariera artystyczna rozpoczęła się w okresie międzywojennym i trwała przez kilka dziesięcioleci po zakończeniu II wojny światowej. Jego najbardziej znane utwory to: Tango milonga, To ostatnia niedziela, Jesienne róże, Pierwszy siwy włos, Mały biały domek, Już nigdy.

Mieczysław Fogg (real name Mieczysław Fogiel) (May 30, 1901, Warsaw - September 3, 1990, Warsaw), was a very popular Polish singer of the twentieth century. His popularity started well before World War II and continued well into the 1980s. He had a characteristic way of staying very serious yet slightly emotional on stage when singing. He can be compared to French Tino Rossi in style. He had a lyric baritone voice.

Mieczysław Fogg died in Warsaw on September 3, 1990

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