20th century ny



A collection of music written and recorded in my hometown in the 1970s and early '80s.

The good old days. A view to forever from the top of the World Trade Center.

Behold, everything has changed.

Much of this music was performed at Max's Kansas City, CBGB, Studio 54, Danceteria,
Reno Sweeney, Hurrah, TRAX, SNAFU, The Ritz, Studio One, The Great Guildersleeves, R.T. Firefly's,
The Hott Club in Philadelphia (which burned down),
and other storied New York and East Coast venues.

"Give It Up, Kid" hit #1 on the charts in Italy in 1979 on the b side (with "You're The Only One") of the "Hey, Brooklyn" EP.

Included also are what can be called
"The Lost Recordings"
which is a recently rediscovered collection of tapes and performances.
I'm sure there are some more tapes out there, let me know if you have any.

Recorded on analog equipment, some live, mastered on cassette and converted to MP3s.

A New Song

Across The Miles

All Your Love


Give It Up, Kid

Hey, Brooklyn!

I Told You So

I Wanna Play With You

I Wonder


It's Alright

*Jailhouse Rock

Lost In Space

Rambler Gambler

Responding To External Pressure

Run To Your Love


Shady Lady



Step Back

Summer Lover

Summer TV Theme

The American Hero

The Morning Air

The Older Woman

The Sunshine Of Your Smile

Time Bomb

Union Square


Wedding Song (All Wrapped Up In You)

What Can I Say

You're The Only One

All Selections
Words and Music by MROZINSKI
©1977-2013 mrozinskimusic (ASCAP)

*Jailhouse Rock by Lieber & Stoller

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