Cień chmury nad ukrytym polem (CD, Instant Classic)

by Stara Rzeka

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Played and mixed by Kuba Ziołek

"My Only Child" lyrics: Nico; music: Nico/Ziołek

Fragment of "Der Ister" Hölderlina read Hanna Trubicka

In "Broń nas od złego" Radka Dziubek's samples were used.

CD's artwork: Agnieszka Zwara


CD was released przez Instant Classic (instantlabel.wordpress.com)
Order here: instant-classic.8merch.com/cien_chmury_nad_ukrytym_polem_cd-id1517


Contact: acphale@gmail.com


Stara Rzeka is situated at the heart of Bory Tucholskie, in the valley of Wda river.


Official trailer: vimeo.com/62155175

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released 11 April 2013

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Stara Rzeka Bydgoszcz, Poland

Stara Rzeka (Old River) is a one-man band of Kuba Ziołek (Alameda Trio, Ed Wood, Innercity Ensemble, Hokei, T'ien Lai, Kapital). Fascinated by union of nature and technology on one hand, on the other - caring for pure, deanthropomorphisized, raw natural reality. Stara Rzeka (Old River) is a small village in the heart of Poland's beautiful Bory Tucholskie. ... more

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Track Name: My Only Child
My only child be not so blind
See what you hold
There are no words no ears no eyes
To show them what you know

Their hands are old
Their faces cold
Their bodies close to freezing
Their feelings find

The morning small
Too small to fill their ways with breathing
The evening tall

My only child remember well
The words that you are told
For some of them it is only easy to survive

Their hands are old
Their faces cold

Their bodies close to freezing
Their feelings find

The morning small
The evening tall

Man and wife are feasting the time
The time that lies behind
At home in sweetness and delight
Drinking the bitter wine

Their hands are old
Their faces cold
Their bodies close to freezing
Their feelings find

The morning small
The evening tall