Saturday, November 04, 2006

Flamengo - ''Kure V Hodinkach''[1968-1972]{Czech Republic}

Seems Naha in love...
let me introduce one of the bands that i like in the links(look previous post) for you:


were among the leading late sixties beat bands in Prague. They released seven singles between 1967 and 1969. Frantisek Francl was their eminent guitar player at the time, gracing their material (most of which was self-written, although they also made a great cover version of John Mayall's "No Reply") with stinging fuzztone passages. The second part of their history started with the arrival of woodwind player Jan Kubík and Vladimír Mišík, who was previously vocalist and lyricist for Blue Effect. ‘Kure v hodinkách’ (1972) contained energetic progressive jazz-rock somewhere between Jethro Tull, Colosseum, Traffic and Cream. For some reason the Czech authorities found the lyrics too provocative and subsequently the record was banned.(taken from Alex Gitlin)

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EelaFree said...


El Swami Hermitus Solus said...

damn! this a treat !
thanx on that one and many more
your blog's a treasure island!


aka swami hermitus solus


Lou Kash said...

You might be interested in "czeching" out my MP3 blog Funky Czech-In: Just today I have finished my research regarding Kuře v hodinkách. I will publish it probably in January.

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