Na dnie mych oczu

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If The Red Guitars were compared to the Beatles, then Breakout could be described as the Polish equivalent of Led Zeppelin. The band’s juicy blues-rock, driven by Tadeusz Nalepa’s guitar riffs, was as powerful and up-to-date as the music of any of their Western peers. Breakout was one of very few Polish bands of the late 1960s and early 1970s, which toured successfully on the light side of the Iron Curtain. These long-haired, hippie rebels offered a much-needed whiff of freedom to their Polish listeners. No wonder that the communist authorities banned their songs from public radio and TV.

Breakout’s haunting track “Na dnie mych oczu” (“Deep in my eyes”), sung by Mira Kubasińska, was featured on the “Ogień” (“Fire”) LP released in 1973. It was Maciek Cieślak, who induced us to make a cover version. We came up with a merry, funk-rock arrangement (Red Hot Chili Peppers, anyone?), but it turned out to be a flop. A different idea was needed. We took inspiration from one of Maciek’s best compositions, “Białe wakacje” (“White holidays”), a perfect mix of deep trance and pulsating dynamics. Maciek produced a whiteboard and drew up a precise blueprint for the song. We followed.

Recording the second, instrumental part of the song can only be compared to flying the Millennium Falcon through a meteor storm in some uncharted region of the galaxy. What a wild ride it was. Fortunately, Maciek, who incidentally resembles a younger version of Harrison Ford, piloted and conducted us to a safe landing. Now it’s your turn. Press play, turn up the volume, and take off.

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Schowałem sobie na dnie mych oczu
Schowałem promień słońca, które gaśnie
Już koniec lata – ten jeden promień
Ten okruch światła na dni mroczne chcę mieć

Lecz jest gdzieś wicher i wiem, że przyjdzie
I wiem, że nie mam dokąd przed nim uciec
I jest gdzieś zamieć i mrozu topór
I wiem, że wszędzie dokąd pójdę, znajdzie mnie

Schowałem sobie, w me wplotłem włosy
Schowałem zapach lata, które ginie
Schowałem ptaków i świerszczy głosy
To echo lata na dni głuche chcę mieć

Lecz jest gdzieś wicher i wiem, że przyjdzie
I wiem, że goni zapach mego lata
I jest gdzieś zamieć i wiem, że przyjdzie
I wiem, że wbije topór mrozu w środek dnia

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from Troublemaker, released April 4, 2020
Music: Tadeusz Nalepa
Lyrics: Bogdan Loebl
Polskie Nagrania "Muza" 1973

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