On the Airport in Aten's Greece (1963) with musicians from the "Tralabomba
Kossowski and Warszawscy Stompersi (1964)
1964 after success of his first record with the group Czerwono-
Maciej Kossowski while
still touring with Czerwono-Czarni
October of 1967, encouraged
to write for him new material for the traditional Dixie record with
Until then nobody among the Polish famous singers ever embarked on
Polish jazz singers sang American songs in English, believing that
sung in Polish even
with the accompaniment of jazz musicians
be considered as jazz.
To put the idea in motion Maciej approached Wlodzimierz Kruszynski
band leader of
the Warszawscy Stompersi and after selecting
material the project was finalized in the recording studio of Polskie
Nagrania in Warsaw.
four song vinyl record was titled: Warszawscy Stompersi, spiew:
Kossowski, and cataloged as the N 0339, on the Pronit
the list of the titles:
"To przez ciebie," (It Is Your Fault); in better translation
"Za co mnie kochasz" (What Do You Love
"Nie mow o zazdrosci," (Don't Be Jealous) in better
(Don't Talk About A Jealousy)
1996, Polish Record Co. Named Polskie Nagrania,
on CD's on
Label, cataloged as PNCD 343 under the title:
Nie Mowie Zegnaj.
album was the compilation of previously released 22
on vinyl records with four
songs mentioned above.
The album is graced with Kossowski's effortless singing bringing
light his multiple talents as a vocalist, music composer, trumpet
I focused here on the four songs recorded by Maciej
Stompersi only, because they're the
songs that offer smooth fusion
of Polish language and American
are delightful, unique and also equal to anything recorded in this
genre in the whole world.