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Karel Černoch - Letiště flac album
  • Performer Karel Černoch
  • Title Letiště
  • Date of release 1975
  • Country Czechoslovakia
  • Style Pop Rock, Soul
  • Other formats MPC MOD FLAC AC3 AAC DTS MP1
  • Genre Rock / Soul & Funk / Pop
  • Size MP3 1945 mb
  • Size FLAC 1867 mb
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 933

Letiště ‎(LP, Album). If I were to pick the single best Czech pop (not rock) album of the 20th century, this would be the one. Be it for the excellent choice of material which includes both cover versions as well as original songs co-written by the protagonist. Be it for the backing orchestra comprising of experienced jazz and rock musicians able to cross between the said genres seamlessly.

1. Věc koupená (What's Going On). 3:590:30. Listen to Letiště (pův. LP+bonusy) in full in the this site app. Play on this site.

On this page you can listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Release title: Karel Černoch - Popelky. Photo of Karel Černoch - Popelky. More albums of Karel Černoch: Popelky. Jsem Pro, Přejdi Jordán. Genre is Funk, Soul Pop Rock. This album was released on the label Panton (catalog number 11 0337). This album was released in 1977 year.

album Weekly Top. album Pop Hotlist. music noteChords for KAREL ČERNOCH - Cesta poslední. Karel Černoch - Ukolébavka. Karel Černoch Já ti kdysi hrál. Věra Špinarová a Karel Černoch - Všímej si víc. Extract Chords. Karel černoch cesta poslední.

Tracklist

Věc Koupená (What's Going On)
Přijď Co Nejdřív (And I Love Her)
Moje Malá, Nevolej Mi Každý Den
Pojďte Dál, Mé Lásky
Já A Můj Rys Bláznovství (Secret Agent Man)
Pilot (Take Me To The Pilot)
Půlnoční Sen
Letí Smích (Let Me In)
Tržnice Světa
Letiště

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
11 0506 Karel Černoch Letiště ‎(LP, Album) Panton 11 0506 Czechoslovakia 1975
11 0506 Karel Černoch Letiště ‎(LP, Album, RP) Panton 11 0506 Czechoslovakia 1976


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If I were to pick the single best Czech pop (not rock) album of the 20th century, this would be the one. Be it for the excellent choice of material which includes both cover versions as well as original songs co-written by the protagonist. Be it for the backing orchestra comprising of experienced jazz and rock musicians able to cross between the said genres seamlessly. Be it for the well crafted lyrics which surprisingly neither managed to offend the communist censors in 1975, nor do they sound silly to me thirty-seven years later. Be it for the solid arrangements which were on a par with contemporary Western pop releases. Be it for the imaginative cover artwork by the then unknown, today world-famous Peter Sís. Be it for the probably first ever trace of rapping (i.e. in the later sense of hip-hop) on a Czechoslovak record in “Tržnice světa”. Be it for one of my most favorite cover versions of a Beatles song ever, the soul-jazzy ballad “Přijď co nejdřív” (And I Love Her). But mainly, be it for the above it all floating voice of the most accomplished Czech pop singer of all times, Karel Černoch, one of the very few non-Afro-Americans in the world able to cover a Marvin Gaye song so effortlessly, yet absolutely credibly. (Nomen est omen: “černoch” translates literally as “blackman” in Czech.) Six stars out of five.P.S. (2016-01-28) I just finally figured out where the jazz arrangement for “Přijď co nejdřív (And I Love Her)” came from (no, Czech arrangers were not necessarily that inventive): Grady Tate - By Special Request