2 plus 1

2 plus 1 (also known as Dwa Plus Every group and " 2 1") is a Polish Popfolkband.


The band existed officially since 1971. In 1972 she took the hit Chodz, pomaluj mój świat on which today still one of the most played songs on Polish radio. In December of the same year she brought her first record Nowy świat Wspaniały on the market. Other of their popular songs were Czerwone słoneczko (1972 ), Wstawaj, szkoda dnia (1973 ), Hey dogonię, lato (1973 ), Na luzie (1974 ), Wyspa dzieci (1975 ), Odpłyniesz wielkim autem (1976 ), Winda do nieba ( 1978), Taksówka nr 5 (1978 ), Ding -Dong (1978) and ISC w stronę słońca (1981). In the 1970s, sang 2 plus 1 also several titles in German, which were published in the GDR Amiga samplers. The best known song from this period are Hey, I'm starting the summer and sleep a fang and dreams.

Between 1977 and 1981, 2 plus 1 can achieve international success. The German Single Firebird was produced by Hans -Jürgen Seybusch. It was followed by appearances in the NDR show booth at Werner Buttstädt. The Treaty of Seybusch was then taken over by Michael Holm for his label motorway. Her song Easy Come, Easy Go was a big hit in Western Europe. The band was also the first and only Polish band to perform in the German TV show Musikladen. There were also two English albums, Easy Come, Easy Go and Warsaw Nights, produced.

In the 1980s, the band synth pop and rock music began to play. Bez limitu (1983 ) was her third gold record. Other well-known songs in this decade were Kalkuta nocą (1982 ), Nic never boli (1982 ), Requiem dla samej siebie (1983 ), XXI wiek (1983 ), Wielki mały człowiek (1984) video (1985) and OCALE Cię (1989 ).

The end for 2 plus 1 came in 1992, when Janusz Kruk died of a myocardial infarction.


  • Janusz Kruk (vocals, guitar ), 1971-1992
  • Elżbieta Dmoch (vocals, flute ) 1971-1992, 1998-1999
  • Andrzej Rybiński (guitar, vocals) 1971-1971
  • Andrzej Krzysztofik (bass, harmonica, vocals) 1971-1976
  • Cezary Szlązak (saxophone, clarinet, vocals) 1976-1992, 1998-1999
  • Dariusz Sygitowicz (drums) 1998-1999
  • Michał Król (guitar) 1998-1999