Eddie Blazonczyk's Versatones - Polka Festival FLAC album
A Polka Christmas with Eddie Blazonczyk's Versatones", on BEL-AIRE Records, 1975, Stereo.
Artist: Eddie Blazonczyk's Versatones. Album: Versalicious!, 2005. HOUGHTON LAKE POLKA FESTIVAL Houghton Lake Mi. 1989 Nice close up with a lot of good dancing.
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Eddie Blazonczyk's Versatones. Polka Festival (Cass, Album). You Polka The Bull, You Get The Accordi-horn by AshDeSlave. Versatones Vinyl LPs with Bel-Aire/Ampol Catalog Rear Jacket by satan165. satan165, AshDeSlave.
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Award Winning Polkas - Студийный альбом от Eddie Blazonczyk & The Versatones. В альбом вошло 30 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 01:25:51. Eddie Blazonczyk & The Versatones. When I Hear the Music Polka.
Eddie Blazonczyk, Sr. (July 12, 1941 – May 21, 2012) was a Grammy award-winning polka musician and founder of the band The Versatones. He was inducted into the International Polka Hall of Fame in 1970. He stopped performing in 2002. Blazonczyk died of multiple organ dysfunction syndrome on May 21, 2012. Eddie Blazonczyk was born in Chicago, Illinois to Polish immigrant parents.
A1. Apples, Peaches, Pumpkin Vocals – Eddie Blazonczyk. Polish Highlander Polka Vocals – Eddie Blazonczyk. Husband Oberek – Chet Kowalkowski. B5. Roving Days Polka Vocals – Eddie Blazonczyk. B6.
In 1963 Eddie Blazonczyk's Versatones recorded their first album titled "Polka Parade" on the Bel-Aire record label. Over the past forty years and approximately 160 dates per year, this Grammy award-winning group is known for its modern blend of polka originals, covers and standards that have pleased people in over 6000 appearances, touring the USA, Canada, France, Austria, Mexico, and Poland. From a very young age, he was destined for a life in music. After a brief stay in Poland, Eddie returned to America where his parents operated the Pulaski Ballroom and the Mountaineer Tavern. Here, Eddie was exposed to some of the most influential polka musicians of the day. Artists such as Lil' Wally, Steve Adamczyk, Eddie Zima, Marion Lush and America's Polka King Frank Yankovic entertained here, on Chicago's Southwest side.
|A1||Goodbye Forever Polka|
|A2||Girl Of My Dreams Polka|
|A3||White Roses Waltz|
|A4||Stopped For One Polka|
|A5||Back To Chicago Polka|
|A6||Baby Doll Polka|
|B1||Near The Shore Polka|
|B2||Hupaj Siupaj Polka|
|B3||Strolling Girl Polka|
|B5||Shining Star Waltz|
|B6||Chocolate Soda Polka|
|LP-3033, BALP-3033||Eddie Blazonczyk's Versatones||Polka Festival (LP, Album)||Bel-Aire, Bel-Aire||LP-3033, BALP-3033||US||1981|