||1.||Miod - "Kiedy Bylem Malym Chlopcem" (7:38)|
||2.||Beard In Dust - "Biala Sowa, Biala Dama, Bialy Kruk" (5:26)|
||1.||Daniel Drumz - "Na Kolana Pastuszkowie" (5:55)|
||2.||Carpentaria - "Za Ostatni Grosz" (4:31)|
||3.||Carpentaria - "Zaczarowne Miasto" (4:26)|
After five years of breathing new life into forgotten Eastern European music, The Very Polish Cut-Outs is taking its' final bow. Pleasingly, this fifth and final installment of the label's vinyl sampler series is packed to the rafters with high-grade material. MIod kicks things off with "Kiedy Bylem Malym Chlopcem", a rolling, dancefloor-friendly rework of a killer blues-rock/AOR disco killer from Polish bluesman Tadeusz. Fast-rising Moscovite Beard In Dust steals the show with a killer interpretation of Polish B-boy fave "Biala Sowa, Biala Dama, Bialy Kruk", before Daniel Drumz heads into warmer waters with the sun-kissed loveliness of "Na Kolana Pastuszkowie". Another superb EP is completed by two tactile touch-ups of obscure, evocative gems that sound like long lost Balearic classics.
Mike Misiu, Old Spice, Chester Fields, Curious Disco, Mehmet Aslan, Manu•Archeo, Jacques Renault, Zambon, OK Jones / Love Glove, Martin Haberland, Lipelis, Juno Recommends Disco, Frank Booker, Eddie C, I Love Disco!, Jamie Fatneck, Karol Aleksander, Kito Jempere, Fools & Fables, Ptaki, Bare Knuckle Disco
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