Wanda & Stephanie - My Polish Lover Polka / Knock Knock Polka flac album
Title: My Polish Lover Polka / Knock Knock Polka
MP3 album: 1317 mb
FLAC album: 1969 mb
Other formats: ADX VQF MMF AA MP3 AC3 WMA
Genre: Folk / World music
America's Polka Sweethearts - My POLISH LOVER WHY DID YOU EVER LEAVE M. ? Категория. Болдышева) Живой Вокал!!!
Polka Album is a collection of Polka songs recorded by Bobby Vinton, released in 1981. Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da - (John Lennon, Paul McCartney) - 2:33. Just Because - (Bob Shelton, Joe Shelton, Sydney Robin) - 2:13. You Are My Sunshine - (Jimmie Davis, Charles Mitchell) - 2:29. Tic-Tock Polka - (S. Guski, . Martino, Gaetana Lama) - 2:07. Strike Up the Band for Love - (Bobby Vinton, Gene Allan) - 2:19. Paloma Blanca - (Hans Bouwens) - 3:17.
Performer: Wanda & Stephanie. Title: My Polish Lover Polka, Knock Knock Polka. Other formats: MIDI AAC MP4 APE MP2 MOD XM. Genre: Folk, World, Country.
Vintage never before released music featuring Stephanie, Wanda & Stephanie, and even an appearance by the World's Polka King - Li'l Wally Jagiello! Songs include: 1. Polka Feelings - 2:51 2. Wanda & Stephanie Theme - 2:42 3. Lovely Girl Polka - 2:41 4. Return To Me Polka - 2:58 5. Take Me Baby Medley - 3:34 6. Front Porch Oberek - 2:10 7. Crying Lover Polka - 3:40 8. Concertina Polka - 3:22 9. Jailbird Polka - 2:23 10. Getting Married - 2:35 11. How I Love You Honey - 2:28 12. Congratulations Polka - 2:25 13. Oopsie Daisy Polka - 3:32 14. At The Dance Polka - 2:07
That would have been great. The front cover shows Weird Al Yankovic, clad in lederhosen, performing for a bunch of enthusiastic punkers. Good thing, too. Actually, it is something of a masterpiece, Yankovic's band attacking each turn of the arrangement with manic intensity.
Nevertheless, polka is strongly associated with Poland and especially Polish-Americans, to the extent that some actually believe it’s a Polish invention. Polish maiden or Bohemian girl? Polka, an illustration by Zofia Stryjeńska from her series Tańce Polske or Polish Dances, 1927, image: FoKa/Forum. First off, there’s the linguistic aspect. Polish maiden’, was first danced by a Bohemian girl named Anna Slezak upon hearing news that her lover, a soldier, was alive. Scholars note the oddity of a dance started by a Bohemian girl being named ‘Polish maiden’ and also theorise that the name polka may have come from the Czech word ‘pulka’ or ‘half’, correlating to the basic step that repeats first on one leg, then another, evenly splitting the motion in half. Rinaldi, an American, also calls polka a dance ‘most closely associated with Poland’.
|A||My Polish Lover Polka|
|B||Knock Knock Polka|
- Published By – Pulaski Publ.
- Mastered At – Oak Mastering
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A Etched): BA 1368-A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B Etched): BA 1368-B OAK MASTERING LAB.