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SLUNEčNÝ HROB

Blue Effect (Modrý Efekt; M. Efekt)

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Marty McFly
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3 stars Single containing two popular songs by Blue Effect at the time. Both are Blues in nature, even thought first one, Slunečný hrob (Sunny Grave, don't forget that Czech song titles are always with only first letter in first word as capital, except it's given name) is quite good with its strings arrangements. Actually it's quite good track, when considering it's 1968, we can say it's also optimistic song about situation back then. We could breathe for a while (Prague Spring)

Don't expect progressiveness, Czech "Rock" music audience were happy to hear blues music, it simply was enough, because there wasn't so many other music to listen, except Pop.

3(+), one could be Prog track, one blues song.

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