Michal Prokop & Framus Five - Holubí Dante mp3 album
Framus Five is a rock band from Czechoslovakia. The Band was founded in Prague in 1963. The line up included singer Michal Prokop, guitarist Luboš Andršt and violinist Jan Hrubý. The band was disbanded in 1971. In 1978 was reunited under the name Framus 5. 1968 Framus Five + Michal Prokop (export version was released in 1971 as Blues in Soul). 1972 Město ER. 1980 Holubí dante. 1984 Kolej Yesterday. 1987 Nic ve zlým, nic v dobrým. 1989 Snad nám naše dět. 990 Až si pro mě přijdou.
Artist: Michal Prokop, Framus Five, Song: Holubí Dante, Duration: 6:53, File type: mp3. №4043181388. Michal Prokop, Framus Five Virtuální Realita (Live) (Live). Michal Prokop, Framus Five Sto Roků Samoty. Michal Prokop, Framus Five Šeherezáda.
Release group by Michal Prokop & Framus Five.
Framus 5 biography Framus Five (also known as Framus 5; Michal Prokop & Framus Five; Michal Prokop a' Framus (5), et. were formed in the early sixties; Michal Prokop (vocals, guitar) was one of co-founders and later the spiritus movens of the band. Up to this day the band had constant shifting in the line-up, and more than thirty musicians went through it, but the most significant ones are Lubos Andrst, a renowned Czech blues guitarist, and Jan Hrub� on violin. The musical expression of the band was meandering a lot, while keeping the common denominator
Michal Prokop & Framus Five released two albums: Blues in Soul (1968), an all-covers soul album, and Město Er (1971) which was sung in Czech with a long opening track featuring lyrics by Josef Kainar. After the band broke up, Michal Prokop devoted himself to the mainstream for most of the seventies and was even a member of Semafor theatre. In the year 2006, Michal Prokop resumed the collaboration of the late eighties line-up and released new studio album Poprvé Naposledy and that has practically brought him back into the spotlight. The album is both appreciated by critics and selling successfully, which reinitiated touring and triggered a series of Michal Prokop & Framus Five concerts with an anniversary act at Lucerna Music Bar in Prague in November 2006 on the occasion of singer's 60th birthday.
|3||Noc Je Dlouhá||4:37|
|4||Blues O Víkendu, Od Kterého Jsem Si Tolik Sliboval||2:40|
|7||Tvůj Svět - Tvé Zázemí||4:44|
|8||Všichni, Kteří Hráli S Námi||9:01|
|9||Všechno Mi Dej||3:39|
|13||Za Záclonou Bytu Č. 308||4:39|
|14||Já Báb Rýbu||4:25|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sony Music / Bonton s.r.o.
- Copyright (c) – Sony Music / Bonton s.r.o.
- Mastered At – ADK Prague
- Pressed By – Sonopress – A-70463
- Remastered By – Oldřich Slezák
Notes[1 - 8] ℗ 1980 Panton (původní LP Holubí Dante / Pigeon's Dante 8113 0169)
 ℗ 1979 Panton (původní LP kompilace Disco Klub 11 0717)
[10 - 11] ℗ 1980 Panton (7" SP Vlasy / Svítá 8143 0018)
[12 - 13] ℗ 1980 Panton (7" SP Za Záclonou Bytu Č. 308 / Zvonky 8143 0055)
 ℗ 2002
Total time 62:32
℗ + © 2002 Sony Music / Bonton s.r.o.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text): 5 099750 168028
- Barcode (String): 5099750168028
- Matrix / Runout: [Sonopress logo] A-70463/ 501680-2 01
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI LB 45
- Mould SID Code: IFPI 0785
- Rights Society: BIEM
- Rights Society: OSA
- Label Code: LC 5668
|8113 0169||Michal Prokop, Framus 5*||Michal Prokop, Framus 5* - Holubí Dante / Pigeon's Dante (LP, Album)||Panton||8113 0169||Czechoslovakia||1981|
|8113 0169||Michal Prokop, Framus 5*||Michal Prokop, Framus 5* - Holubí Dante / Pigeon's Dante (LP, Album, RP)||Panton||8113 0169||Czechoslovakia||1981|
|8113 0169||Michal Prokop, Framus 5*||Michal Prokop, Framus 5* - Holubí Dante (Pigeon's Dante) (LP, Album, RP)||Panton||8113 0169||Czechoslovakia||1986|
|8113 0169||Michal Prokop, Framus 5*||Michal Prokop, Framus 5* - Holubí Dante / Pigeon's Dante (LP, Album, RP)||Panton||8113 0169||Czechoslovakia||1983|