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PAVOL HAMMEL, MARIÁN VARGA, RADIM HLADÍK: NA II. PROGRAME SNA

Marián Varga

Symphonic Prog


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Marián Varga Pavol Hammel, Marián Varga, Radim Hladík: Na II. Programe Sna album cover
3.20 | 19 ratings | 3 reviews | 16% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1976

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Na Druhom Programe Sna (3:27)
2. Nahle (1:38)
3. Letia Husi (3:50)
4. Voda (1:01)
5. Schodnikom Na Chrbte (7:07)
6. Lalia Polna (4:06)
7. Papageno Z Novej Vsi (2:11)
8. V Zelenej Pamati (2:55)
9. Na Schodoch Gymnazia (2:41)
10. Spravne Zit (2:23)
11. Z Ofsajdu (2:42)
12. Lodicka Z Papiera (4:12)
13. Az Tuto Moju Piesen Dohraju (3:40)

Total Time: 42:48

Line-up / Musicians

- Pavol Hammel / acoustic guitar, lead vocals
- Radim Hladik / acoustic & electric guitars
- Marián Varga / organ, piano, synthesizer

With:
- Ivan Belák / bass guitar
- Dusan Hajek / drums (2,4,7-9)
- Pavol Kozma / drums (1,5,12)
- Peter Szapu / drums (3,10,11)
- Fedor Letnan / Fender piano (8), vocals (7)
- Tomás Rédey / electric guitar (8-11)
- Juraj Lehofsky / trumpet (10)
- Revival Jazz Band / (13)
- J. Bilik's String Quartet / (2)
- Chorus Vivat / (3,6-8,10-13)

Releases information

LP Opus ‎- 9116 0493 (1977, Czechoslovakia)
LP Opus ‎- 91 0493-1 (2017, Slovakia)

CDx2 Opus ‎- 912444-2 332 (1993, Slovakia) Together with 1972 "Zelená Posta"
CD Opus ‎- 91 2779-2 (2007, Slovakia) Remastered by Alexander Soldán

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MARIÁN VARGA Pavol Hammel, Marián Varga, Radim Hladík: Na II. Programe Sna ratings distribution


3.20
(19 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(16%)
16%
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(32%)
32%
Good, but non-essential (47%)
47%
Collectors/fans only (5%)
5%
Poor. Only for completionists (0%)
0%

MARIÁN VARGA Pavol Hammel, Marián Varga, Radim Hladík: Na II. Programe Sna reviews


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Review by snobb
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3 stars Possibly most capable Czech keyboardist Marian Varga plays with another Collegium Musicum member, acoustic guitarist Pavol Hammel and possibly the best Czech jazz-rock guitarist Radim Hladik (of Blue Effect). This trio is regular project,released few albums.

Music there on this album isn't excellent jazz rock of Blue Effect or more keyboards-based prog fusion of Collegium Musicum. Trio plays quite eclectic mix of early jazz rock (with backing females vocals), Czech folklore and pop-rock. Leading sound comes from Varga's keyboards, guitars both are only supporting instruments. There are more strings quartet on support, but in all the sound is more prog folk, than fusion or symphonic.

Musicianship is great as usual from this three great musicians, and songs are well arranged. Main problem form me, that main material is in fact folk rock, and as very often, compositions are not very diverse. I like some keyboards moments, and often very professional arrangements, but album's genre itself isn't my cup of tea.

Good album for Central European prog folk lovers, but has only limited attractiveness for fans of Blue Effect or Collegium Musicum.

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3 stars The best of the old Czechoslovakia comes together for an album. When I mean the best, I mean the best prog/jazz musicians in the business. Marian Varga from Collegium Musicum and Radim Hladik from Blue Effect. Those two and Pavol Hammel. The result is a kind of a super group. The music is a ... (read more)

Report this review (#529831) | Posted by toroddfuglesteg | Friday, September 23, 2011 | Review Permanlink

3 stars This second collaborative album between Pavol Hammel, Marian Varga and Radim Hladik, came out 4 years after "Zelena Posta". It seems as though Hammel had more to do with this one than Varga did, as there is even a stronger pop tint on it than on the great '72 album. One of the most important devel ... (read more)

Report this review (#138518) | Posted by Salviaal | Sunday, September 16, 2007 | Review Permanlink

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