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Hello Ricsi! this is awesome!thx!Sithlord from Hungary
Risci, what a jazz rock monster is that??? INCREDBLE STUFF! I'm speachless! Slovakian Jazz Rock for the win!Thank you so much my friend!
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Well oh well oh well, what a mess. Let's get a couple of facts straight, boys and girls:1) Jazz Celula, aka Jazz Cellula, was a Czechoslovak group. In fact, from the eight core members only Laco Déczi was of Slovak origin, and he lived in Prague since the mid 1960s. So calling them even a "Czech" group wouldn't be inappropriate at all... :)2) Oheň až požár was actually sort of their second album, the first one being Pietoso released as "Laco Déczi & The Cellula Quintet" in 1969 (pretty heavy stuff close to free jazz...). Jazz Cellula also released a third album "Laco Déczi - Jazz Cellula" in 1977 on Opus - slightly more disco-fied, but still groovy. And there's also the EP "Mini jazz klub 21" from 1979 on Panton.3) ALL members of this group were at the SAME TIME members of the Jazz/Dance Orchestra of the Czechoslovak Radio Prague, aka JOČR/TOČR. Especially as TOČR they play likely on MORE Czech records than anyone else. Only from the 1970s I have over 100 records (7" and LPs) with TOČR backing pop singers. And they have released several jazz/funk albums as JOČR as well, which was sort of like Jazz Cellula plus a large horn section (i.e. a jazz big band).Happy digging...P.S. please visit Funky Czech-In for more info on Czechoslovak music.
email@example.com: And it is worth mentioning that you can buy CD here: http://www.indies.eu/us/umelci/192/laco-deczi-a-jazz-cellula/ I loved their music at the same level as music from Herbie Hancock, Joe Zawinul, Miles Davis or Miroslav Vitous. Also you should hear the other individuals' names: tb - Svatopluk Kosvanec, dr - Josef Vejvoda, ts- Petr Kral, g - Zdenek Sarka Dvorak, p - Karel Ruzicka, b - Petr Korinek, perc - Josef Tomek. The fact is that this record (Oheň až požár = Fire if not conflagration) is their best one