Eddie Blazonczyk's Versatones - America's Most Wanted Polka Band FLAC album
Tribute video of Eddie Blazonczyk and his Versatones band, with various album front & back covers and pic's throughout the years.
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eddie blazonczyk, eddie blazonczyk's versatones 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. Custom Made Polkas 1982. Polka Medley Album 1982. Polka Music's Here To Stay 1981. America's Most Wanted Polka Band 1969. Polkas A Plenty 1969. Poland European Tour 1968.
What a wonderful legacy that Blaz Sr. has passed on to his son and the next generation. Love to see the little kids dancing on all National Polka Month Celebration with Eddie Blazonczyk & the Versatones band. Only Eddie Blazonczyk & the Versatones band can create this kinde party spirit and atmosfere that your kids dancing with adults. Thank YOU Eddie Sr and JR for your music.
Eddie Blazonczyk was born in Chicago, Illinois to Polish immigrant parents. His album, Another Polka Celebration won the 1986 Grammy in the Polka Category. He was awarded a National Endowment for the Arts National Heritage Fellowship in 1998. Before becoming a polka artist, and founding Chicago-based Bel-Aire Records in 1963, Eddie Blazonczyk recorded under the name Eddy Bell for Mercury Records and Lucky Four Records, both labels also based in Chicago. Langer Sisters Meet Eddie Blazonczyk's Versatones 1972. Country Flavored Polkas 1972. Honkey Style Polkas 1971. Polka Music Hall Of Fame 1971. Something A Little Bit Different 1970.
Eddie Blazonczyk-Memories, Tributes & Sentiments has 652 members. Eddie Blazonczyk touched many people's lives. One of the BEST video's in the Polka industry. Where did the time go? Henny & the Versa J's with Ryan Joseph and Eddie Blazonczyk Sr. It looks like you may be having problems playing this video. If so, please try restarting your browser. Posted by Mike Charney. Mike Charney to Vintage Polka Videos. 10 December at 03:30.
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.
for the album I Remember Warsaw as well as to Eddie Blazonczyk's Versatones for the album Another Polka Celebration. In 1992, the name of the category was changed to Best Polka Album. Beginning in 2001, award recipients included the producers, engineers, and/or mixers associated with the nominated work in addition to the recording artists. Sturr holds the record for the most wins in this category, with a total of eighteen (including six as the leader of the group known as Jimmy Sturr and His Orchestra). Sturr also holds the record for the most consecutive Grammy wins. Walter Ostanek received the award three times consecutively, and the band Brave Combo was presented the award twice. American artists were presented with the award more than any other nationality, though it was presented to Ostanek and his band from Canada three times.
Eddie Blazonczyk's Versatones - Promises. Artist: Eddie Blazonczyk's Versatones. Album: Batteries Not Included, 2006. The Langner Sisters: Jeanette, Diane, and Sandy singing "Yodeling Waltz" (written by Diane Langner: 1976) with Eddie Blazonczyk and the Versatones.
Eddie Blazonczyk is a polka musician and leader of the band The Versatones. He was born in Chicago to Polish Immigrant parents. Their album "Another Polka Celebration" won the 1986 Grammy in the Polka Category. Polkas" 1971 "Polka Music Hall Of Fame" 1971 "Something A Little Bit Different" 1970 "America's Most Wanted Polka Band" 1969 "Polkas A Plenty" 1969 "Poland European Tour" 1968 "Let's Hear A Polka" 1967 "Polish Party" 1967 "Christmas Time" 1966 "Happy Polka Music" 1966 "Po Staro Krajsku- Old Country Style Vol 2" 1966 "Polka Tour" 1965 "Musically Yours" 1965 "Po Staro Krajsku-.
|A2||Happy Boy Oberek|
|A3||Two Bucks Polka|
|A4||Lost My Lover Waltz|
|B1||Visit To Poland Polka|
|B2||Home On The Hill Waltz|
|B3||Here Comes The Bride Polka|
|B4||My Heart Cries For You Waltz|
|B5||Give Her To Me Polka|
- Recorded At – Bel-Aire Recording Studio
- Engineer – Paul Stanczyk
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- Matrix / Runout (Side 1 runout): STM-3911-2 BA-3014/A Side 1
- Matrix / Runout (Side 2 runout): STM-3912-2 BA-3014/B Side 2