Alibabki

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Alibabki was a Polish all-female vocal band active during 1963-1988 (with a hiatus during 1980s). Their major musicals styles were pop music, "big beat", and ska. They performed both an individual band and as a support group for various musicians. Their singing was used in a number of Polish films.[1] Occasionally it is incorrectly referred to as Ali-babki.[2] The band was a recipient of multiple awards.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Article Ali-Babki, in: Ryszard Wolański [pl], Leksykon Polskiej Muzyki Rozrywkowej, Warszaw, Agencja Wydawnicza Morex, 1995, ISBN 83-86848-05-7, pp. 3–4.
  2. ^ "Alibabki czy Ali-Babki?" Katarzyna Kłosińska, Uniwersytet Warszawski, September 12, 2017(retrieved December 15, 2017)
  3. ^ Medale Zasłużony Kulturze - Gloria Artis August 12, 2009 (awardees: Ewa Brzozowska, Anna Dębicka-Czaplicka, Agata Dowhań, Krystyna Grochowska, Sylwia Krajewska, Wanda Narkiewicz, – the last lineup of the band) (retrieved December 15, 2017)
  4. ^ "Nowe gwiazdy w w Alei Gwiazd w Opolu" (retrieved December 15, 2017)

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