Various ‎– Československý Jazz 1965

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Supraphon ‎– SV 9015, Gramofonový Klub ‎– SV 9015
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A1 Ferdinand Havlík Se Svým Orchestrem* Reminiscence
Alto Saxophone, Clarinet, Leader – Ferdinand HavlíkComposed By, Piano, Soloist – Karel RůžičkaContrabass – Stanislav ZemanDrums – Miloš VeselýTenor Saxophone, Clarinet – Evžen Jegorov*
4:50
A2 Junior Trio U Dunaja, U Prešpurka
Contrabass – Miroslav Vitouš*Drums – Alan VitoušPiano – Jan Hammer Ml.*Written-By [Moravská Lidová] – Traditional
2:10
A3 Junior Trio Ej, Vyletěl Fták
Contrabass – Miroslav Vitouš*Drums – Alan VitoušPiano – Jan Hammer Ml.*Written-By [Moravská Lidová] – Traditional
4:25
A4 Ivo Preis Trio Jazzové Štúdie (I. Animato — II. Adagio — III. Allegro Moderato, Ben Ritmico)
Composed By – Branislav Hronec*Tenor Saxophone – Miroslav RückerTrombone – Zdeněk PulecTrumpet – Ivo Preis
6:55
A5 SHQ Radujme Se, Veselme Se
Composed By, Vibraphone, Soloist – Karel VelebnýContrabass – Jiří Mráz*Drums – Milan Mader*Guitar, Soloist – Rudolf Dašek
4:50
B1 Studijní Skupina Tradičního Jazzu* Harlémské Nešpory
Banjo – Evžen RichterComposed By, Piano, Soloist – Antonín BílýConductor, Clarinet – Pavel SmetáčekDrums – Václav MazáčekSoprano Saxophone, Soloist – Hanuš Berka*Trombone, Soloist – Jaroslav FuksaTrumpet – Jiří PecharTuba – Ivan Smetáček
3:00
B2 Jazzový Orchestr Čs. Rozhlasu* Rytmy A Témbry
Baritone Saxophone – František KrykaComposed By – Pavel BlatnýConductor, Alto Saxophone – Karel KrautgartnerContrabass – Luděk HulanDrums – Ivan DominákPiano – Rudolf RoklTenor Saxophone – Bedřich Kuník, Milan UlrichTrombone – Bohumil Beránek*, Ladislav Pikart, Milan Koželuh*Trumpet – Jan Čapoun, Richard Kubernát, Václav Hybš, Vítězslav HorákTrumpet [Bass] – Pavel VitochViolin – Bohuslav Zoula*
7:05
B3 SHQ Novověcné Variace
Composed By, Vibraphone – Karel VelebnýContrabass – Jiří Mráz*Drums – Milan Mader*Guitar – Rudolf Dašek
4:35
B4 Jazzové Kvarteto Ladislava Gerhardta* Zamyslenie
Composed By, Piano – Ladislav GerhardtContrabass – Gustav Riška*Drums – Ján Halász*Trumpet – Ladislav Martonik*
4:30
B5 Gustav Brom Se Svým Orchestrem* Ornis
Alto Saxophone – František NavrátilBaritone Saxophone – Josef AudesComposed By – Josef BlahaConductor – Gustav BromContrabass – Milan ŘežábekDrums – Pavel Staněk, Václav SkálaPiano – Oldřich BlahaTenor Saxophone – Bronislav HorákTenor Saxophone, Soloist – Zdeněk NovákTrombone – Josef Pelc, Stanislav VeselýTrumpet – Alfa Šmíd, Jaromír Hnilička, Lubomír Řezanina
4:30

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DV 10213 — SV 9015 [mono/stereo]
Nahráno v druhé polovině roku 1965 ve studiích SHV a Čs. Rozhlasu (*) [*B2]

Vydalo Státní hudební vydavatelství, n. p., Praha, pro Gramofonový klub v roce 1966, jako 156. publikaci edice kulturně osvětového odboru, řízené Jaroslavem Šedou. […] Vytiskly Obchodní tiskárny, n. p., Kolín. — 8 stran — VA 2,68 — AA 2,61 — Náklad 7250 výtisků — I. vydání
cover ©
[booklet and print credits]

℗ 1966
23’10” [duration A]
23’45” [duration B]

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Limited edition available to club subscribers only, not in regular retail stores.
Identical sleeve for mono/stereo release.
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.

Recorded in the second half of 1965 in studios of SHV (i.e. Supraphon) and Czechoslovak Radio (B2).
Uncredited recording dates: September 6, 1965 (B1), July 13, 1965 (B3), June 24, 1965 (B5).
Full title B3, as per liner notes: “Novověcné variace na půdorys dvougarsoniéry s kuchyňským jádrem (Dance macabre)”
Track artist on A4 uncredited, see note below.

Also released for Artia Prague with a gatefold picture sleeve as “Jazz In Czechoslovakia 1965 (7th review of best Czechoslovak groups)”, Supraphon SUA 15724, identical matrix numbers. Also available in stereo. The ensembles were listed as: “Ferdinand Havlík Orchestra”, “Junior Trio”, “Ivo Preis Trio” (A4), “The Reduta Quartet” (A5, B3 – actually incorrectly: should have been “SHQ”), “Traditional Jazz Studio”, “Karel Krautgartner Orchestra” (B2), “Ladislav Gerhardt Jazz Quartet”, “Gustav Brom Orchestra”. English track titles: “Jazz Studies” (A4), “Let Us Rejoice, Let Us Be Gay” (A5), “Harlem Vespers” (B1), “Rhythm And Timbres” (B2), “Neo-Realistic Variations” (B3), “Meditation” (B4).

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A): E 715
  • Matrix / Runout (B): E 716
  • Other (Label - Printed matter registration number): F-09*60561
  • Rights Society: BIEM
  • Other (Manufacturing date code): 66 1
  • Other (Retail price code): H
  • Other (Cover - Printed matter registration number): F-09*52076
  • Other (Publisher's sheet): VA 2,68
  • Other (Author's sheet): AA 2,61

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
DV 10213 Various Československý Jazz 1965(LP, Comp, Mono, Club) Supraphon, Gramofonový Klub DV 10213 Czechoslovakia 1966 Sell This Version
SUA 15724, СУА 15724 Various Jazz In Czechoslovakia 7 (7th Review Of Best Czechoslovak Groups)(LP, Comp, Mono) Supraphon, Supraphon SUA 15724, СУА 15724 Czechoslovakia Unknown Sell This Version
SUA ST 55724 Various Jazz In Czechoslovakia 1965. 7th Review Of Best Czechoslovak Groups(LP, Comp, RP, Gat) Supraphon SUA ST 55724 Czechoslovakia 1971 Sell This Version
SUA 15724 Various Jazz In Czechoslovakia 7 (7th Review Of Best Czechoslovak Groups)(LP, Mono, Gat) Supraphon SUA 15724 Czechoslovakia 1966 Sell This Version
SUA ST 55724 Various Jazz In Czechoslovakia 1965. 7th Review Of Best Czechoslovak Groups(LP, Album) Supraphon SUA ST 55724 Czechoslovakia 1966 Sell This Version

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