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Matadors, The (2)

Также известно как: Broadway Matadors, The, Die Matadors, Matadors, Steve Canning & The Matadors, Steve Cunnings And The Matadords
Члены группы Matadors, The (2): Hanus Berka, Jan F. Obermayer, Jiří Matoušek, Karel Kahovec, Otto Bezloja, Petr Netopil, Radim Hladík, Reddy (2), Tony Black (3), Viktor Sodoma, Vladimír Mišík, Wilfried Jelinek
Группа в интернете: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Matadors, http://www.janfobermayer.de/index.php?page=78

Дискография Matadors, The (2):

# Название релиза Информация об aльбоме Купить альбом в iTunes Год издания Лейбл
1 The Matadors 12 audio iTunes 1971 Supraphon
2 The Matadors 12 audio iTunes 1968 Supraphon
3 Haare (Der Musical-Welterfolg In Deutscher Sprache) 10 audio iTunes 1970 Telefunken
4 Hair Aquarius 2 audio iTunes Beograd Disk
5 Hair Good Morning Starshine 2 audio iTunes Beograd Disk
6 Hair Aquarius 2 audio iTunes Beograd Disk
7 Haare – Der Welterfolg „Hair“ In Deutscher Sprache 10 audio iTunes 1979 Telefunken
8 The Matadors 4 audio iTunes 1969 Supraphon
9 Farmer John 4 audio iTunes 1968 Supraphon
10 Zlatý Důl / Láhev Kalorií 2 audio iTunes 1968 Supraphon
11 The Matadors 12 audio iTunes 1969 Supraphon
12 The Matadors 12 audio iTunes 1979
13 Hate Everything Except Of Hatter 4 audio iTunes 1967 Supraphon
14 Classic 26 audio iTunes 2010 Supraphon
15 The Matadors 12 audio iTunes 1971 Supraphon
16 The Matadors 12 audio iTunes 1969 Supraphon
17 The Matadors 12 audio iTunes 1970 Supraphon
18 Hair 10 audio iTunes 1971 Polymax
19 The Matadors 12 audio iTunes 1980

Czech psychedelic garage rock and rhythm’n’blues group, formed in early 1965. The classic line-up broke up in summer 1968 with the departure of [a=Viktor Sodoma], [a=Jan F. Obermayer] and [a=Radim Hladík]. [a=Otto Bezloja] and [a=Tony Black (3)] with new members then secured a prestigious gig in Munich, West Germany: in 1968–1969 they worked as the backing band for the German version of musical “Haare (Hair)”, under [a=Hanus Berka]’s musical direction. In Germany, they were sometimes also credited as “The Broadway Matadors”. The nucleus of the last incarnation then formed [a=Emergency (6)] in 1970. In the 2000s the group has partially reunited, still occasionally performing as a “special guest” of Radim Hladík’s [a=Blue Effect, The] as of 2010.


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