Jazz Celula ‎– Oheň Až Požár

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A1 Filip Šamonil
Written-By – Laco Deczi
6:03
A2 Desatero Řemesel
Written-By – Petr Kořínek
3:45
A3 Zmoklá Voda
Written-By – Petr Král
5:25
A4 Palma
Written-By – Petr Král
5:15
B1 Polobotka
Written-By – Laco Deczi
4:45
B2 Do Toho
Written-By – Josef Vejvoda
4:06
B3 Probuzení
Written-By – Karel Růžička
4:48
B4 Oheň, Až Požár
Written-By – Laco Deczi
6:43

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Nahráno v „A“ studiu Čs. rozhlasu, Praha 1976
Převzaté snímky Čs. rozhlasu Praha [A1, A2, B3]
Cover © 1976
Photo © 1976
℗ 1976

Recorded at the studio A of Czechoslovak Radio Prague 1976
Licensed recordings from Czechoslovak Radio Prague [A1, A2, B3]
Black labels with silver print.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Label A): PE 763
  • Matrix / Runout (Label B): PE 764
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout A, variant 1): PE 763/B C 2
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout B, variant 1): PE 764/B A 6
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout A, variant 2): PE 763/B A
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout B, variant 2): PE 764/B C
  • Rights Society: OSA
  • Rights Society: OSVU
  • Other (Manufacturing date code): 76 2
  • Price Code (Back cover, labels): G

Other Versions (5 of 5) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
11 0638 Jazz Celula Oheň Až Požár(LP, Album, RP) Panton 11 0638 Czechoslovakia 1986 Sell This Version
MAM630-2 Jazz Celula Oheň Až Požár(CD, Album, RE, RM) Indies Happy Trails MAM630-2 Czech Republic 2009 Sell This Version
11 0638 Jazz Celula Oheň Až Požár(LP, Album, RP) Panton 11 0638 Czechoslovakia 1979 Sell This Version
11 0638 Jazz Celula Oheň Až Požár(LP, Album, RP) Panton 11 0638 Czechoslovakia 1977 Sell This Version
11 0638 Jazz Celula Oheň Až Požár(LP, Album, RP) Panton 11 0638 Czechoslovakia 1977 Sell This Version

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June 30, 2015
According to a blog "Jazz Celula was one of best slovakian Jazz Rock bands, it included the great star Laco Déczi on trumpet, thats Their first and last album" which is not true, as they were Czechoslovak and made a few albums, although for jazz-rock fans this is reputedly their best. To me this was way much more jazz than jazz-rock or fusion and lacked the innovation of someone like Jazz Q. But, not bad. I wonder if their further 3 after this got more exciting?