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Various - Československý Jazz 1964 Album
Various - Československý Jazz 1964 Album
Performer: Various
Title: Československý Jazz 1964
Label: Supraphon, Gramofonový Klub
Country: Czechoslovakia
Released: 1965
Style: Hard Bop, Afro-Cuban Jazz, Big Band, Dixieland
Cat: SV 9011
Rating: 4.1/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2202 mb | MP3 size: 2161 mb | WMA size: 1661 mb
Genre: Jazz
Tracklist

1Jazzový Orchestr Čs. RozhlasuIntenzity. Jazzová Svita (Předehra - Riff - Valčík - Závěr)
Baritone Saxophone – František KrykaComposed By, Piano – Kamil HálaConductor, Alto Saxophone – Karel KrautgartnerContrabass – Luděk HulanDrums – Ivan DominákGuitar – Vladimír TomekTenor Saxophone – Bedřich Kuník, Milan UlrichTrombone – Bedřich Beránek, Ladislav Pikart, Miroslav KoželuhTrumpet – Jan Čapoun, Richard Kubernát, Václav Hybš, Vítězslav HorákTrumpet [Bass] – Pavel Vitoch
8:05
2SH KvintetoPolibek Na Útěku (Kiss And Run)
Arranged By, Trumpet – Laco DécziBaritone Saxophone – Jan KonopásekComposed By – Samuel CoslowContrabass – Jan ArnetDrums – Laco TroppPerformer [Guest], Trombone – Zdeněk PulecPiano – Karel Velebný
5:05
3Kvarteto Pavla PolanskéhoIngrid
Composed By, Piano – Ladislav GerhardtContrabass – Gustav RiškaDrums – Pavel PolanskýTrumpet – Milan Belan
5:10
4Karel Vlach Se Svým OrchestremDialog Pro Sopránový Saxofon A Jazzový Orchestr
Alto Saxophone – Jaroslav KopáčekBaritone Saxophone – Vladimír HruškaComposed By – Pavel BlatnýConductor – Karel VlachContrabass – Miloslav HorskýDrums – Vladimír ŽižkaPiano – Jiří BaurSoprano Saxophone – Jaromír HonzákTenor Saxophone – Miroslav Rücker, Vladimír TymichTrombone – Ivan Matějček, Oto Hercík, Vladimír Raška, Zdeněk KopeckýTrumpet – Miroslav Bureš, Rudolf Přibík, Václav Král, Václav Týfa
4:05
5Studijní Skupina Tradičního JazzuKapriola A Slunečník
Banjo – Evžen RichterClarinet – Pavel SmetáčekComposed By, Piano – Antonín BílýDrums – Václav MazáčekSoprano Saxophone – Hanuš BerkaTrombone – Jaroslav FuksaTrumpet – Jiří PecharTuba – Ivan Smetáček
2:15
6Combo Orchestru Gustava BromaAfrické Noci
Composed By, Baritone Saxophone – Josef AudesContrabass – Milan ŘežábekDrums – Václav SkálaPiano – Oldřich BlahaTrumpet – Jaromír Hnilička
4:00
7Junior TrioBalada
Composed By, Piano – Jan Hammer Ml.Contrabass – Miroslav VitoušDrums – Alan Vitouš
5:10
8Kvarteto Leona SlezákaZa Pět Minut Dvanáct
Composed By, Piano – Leon SlezákContrabass – Čeněk KummerDrums – Václav DadákGuitar, Soloist – Antonín Julina
3:25
9Jazz Combo, Ústí N. L.Ve Strži
Baritone Saxophone – František CafourekComposed By, Trombone – Svatopluk KošvanecContrabass – Emil ŽenatýDrums – Josef MalypetrPiano – Pavel ŠtolbaTenor Saxophone – František BurešTrumpet – Václav Novák
4:25

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
DV 10176Various Československý Jazz 1964 ‎(LP, Comp, Mono, Club)Supraphon, Gramofonový KlubDV 10176Czechoslovakia1965
SUA ST 55632Various Jazz In Czechoslovakia 1964. 6th Review Of Jazz In Czechoslovakia ‎(LP, Comp)SupraphonSUA ST 55632Czechoslovakia1965
SUA 15632, СУА 15632Various Jazz In Czechoslovakia 1964. 6th Review Of Jazz In Czechoslovakia ‎(LP, Comp, Mono, RP)Supraphon, SupraphonSUA 15632, СУА 15632Czechoslovakia1966
SUA 15632Various Jazz In Czechoslovakia 1964. 6th Review Of Jazz In Czechoslovakia ‎(LP, Comp, Mono, RP)SupraphonSUA 15632Czechoslovakia1966

Credits

  • Compilation Producer [Výběr], Compiled By [Uspořádání], Liner Notes [Napsal]Jiří Fukač
  • CoverR. Vaněk
  • Executive Producer [Řízení] – Jaroslav Šeda
  • Layout [Graficky Upravil]Ladislav Rada
  • Photography ByZdeněk Teichmann
  • Supervised By [Odpovědná Redaktorka]Ludmila Vrkočová

Notes

Nahráno v roce 1964 v nahrávacích studiích SHV v Praze.
DV 10176 [mono]
SV 9011 [stereo]

Vydalo Státní hudební vydavatelství, n. p., Praha pro Gramofonový klub v roce 1965 jako 144. publikaci edice kulturně osvětového odboru, řízené Jaroslavem Šedou. […] Vytiskly Obchodní tiskárny, národní podnik, Kolín. Stran 8 — VA 2,11 — AA 2,07 — náklad 7300. I. vydání.
© 1965 — cover © 1965 — photography © 1965
[booklet and print credits]

℗ 1965
21’00” [A]
21’30” [B]

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Limited edition “Gramofonový klub” release, available to club subscribers as pre-order only, not in regular stores.
Identical sleeve for mono/stereo version.
Packaged within a spiral-bound cardboard sleeve with printed front cover and a sewed plastic bag, including 4 sheets with credits, extensive liner notes, score examples and photos.
Front cover release title: “Československý jazz 64”

Recorded in 1964 in studios of SHV (i.e. Supraphon), Prague.
Uncredited recording dates: July 8, 1964 (A1), December 5, 1964 (A2), December 10, 1964 (A3), September 2, 1964 (A4), December 12, 1964 (B1), October 30, 1964 (B2), February 5, 1965 (B3), September 10, 1964 (B4), January 24, 1964 (B5).
B5 is also known as “Africká noc”.

Also released for Artia Prague with a gatefold picture sleeve as “6th Review of Jazz In Czechoslovakia” aka “Jazz In Czechoslovakia 1964”, Supraphon SUA 15632, identical matrix numbers. The ensembles were listed as: “Prague Radio Jazz Orchestra”, “Junior Trio”, “Study Group Of Traditional Jazz”, “S + H Quintet”, “Pavel Polanský Quartet”, “Leon Slezák Jazz Quartet”, “Jazz Combo Ústí”, “Gustav Brom Orchestra”. English track titles: “Intensities”, “Ballad”, “Capriola And The Parasol”, “Kiss And Run”, “Ingrid”, “Five Minutes To Twelve”, “Dialogue”, “In The Ravine”, “African Nights”.

Packaged within a spiral-bound cardboard sleeve with printed front cover and a sewed plastic bag, including 3 sheets (identical for mono/stereo versions) with credits, liner notes and photos.

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (A): E 583/B B
  • Matrix / Runout (B): E 584/A C
  • Other (Printed matter registration number labels): F 0950575
  • Other (Rights society): BIEM

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