Trzy Korony (meaning three crowns) was a short-lived Polish rock band formed by Krzysztof Klenczon in 1970 after his departure from the most legendary Polish 60s rock band Czerwone Gitary. The group released a couple of singles and one album Krzysztof Klenczon i Trzy Korony. The band disbanded shortly thereafter and Klenczon left Poland to live in Chicago, US.
The band's most famous song is 10 w skali Beauforta (10 Beaufort), originally rehearsed and recorded by Czerwone Gitary, but it… read more
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