A multi-instrumentalist, composer, one of the leading representatives of Polish progressive and electronic rock.
After an episode of coopreation with Czesław Niemen , the group took on the name SBB and as such it recorded several albums which strengthened its position of one of the most outstanding bands of Polish progressive rock. After the suspension of the band’s activity, Skrzek recorded a series of albums based on electronic instruments, which won him critical acclaim. From the late 70’s he has been composing music for the theatre, film and TV and in the 80’s he began concerting in churches, using traditional organ and electronic instruments. Recently he has been concentrating most on composing sacral music and became active again as the member of the re-activated SBB.
Discography (studio albums):
Pamiętnik Karoliny, 1979, Wifon,
Ojciec chrzestny Dominika, 1980, Polskie Nagrania Muza,
Józefina, 1981, Wifon,
Ogród Luizy, 1981, Polskie Nagrania Muza (with Halina Frąckowiak),
Ambitus Extended, 1983, Helicon (with Tomasz Szukalski),
Podróż w krainę wyobraźni, 1985, Pronit,
Kantata Maryjna, 1987, Edycja Paulińska,
Wracam, 1990, Muza,
Twój dom wschodzącego słońca, 1993, DEORecordings,
Kolędy, 1997, Koch International,
Pokój saren, 1997, PolyGram (with Lech Majewski),
Pokój saren piano, 1998, Polskie Radio Katowice,
Czas, 1998, WB Music (with Michał Banasik),
U stóp krzyża, 2001, Wydawnictwo 21,
Czas dojrzewania, 2009, e-silesia.
Created by: Maciej Sienkiewicz, November 2010; translated and updated by: Jazzarium.pl, March 2014