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Jožin z bažin (originally 1978) is a song by Czech musician and comedian Ivan Mládek, and is one of his best known songs. He even called it the “National Anthem” of his TV show “Countryshow”. In January 2008, the song became popular in Poland, winning several radio hitlists.It is also popular in Hungary, Austria and Russia, sporting a cult following in blogs and several versions of translations. The song is a surreal tale of a mysterious man-eating monster living in the swamps (Jožin z bažin, Joey from the swamps). In the song, the monster is eventually defeated with the use of a cropduster. A Polish cabaret called Kabaret pod Wyrwigroszem (‘Cabaret under a torn out grosz’) created a parody of “Jožin z bažin”, entitled “Donald marzy” (‘Donald dreams’), about the Polish prime minister, Donald Tusk. The Russian band Murzilki International made a Russian parody under the title “Путин едет в Пикалёво” (“Putin goes to Pikalyovo”) about Russia’s former president and current prime minister, Vladimir Putin. The Ivan Mládek Banjo Band created a Polish version of “Jožin z bažin”. The nearest equivalent musical style in English is that of the Wurzels. This Music Video has had many spin-offs on youtube.
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Donald Mazi Remix
Jožin z bažin vs Kanikuły
Jožin z bažin vs Dragostea Din Tei
Jozin Z Bazin Remix
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