Various - Supraphon Dance Tunes 65/66
Jazz, Rock, Pop
Label: Supraphon ‎– SUA 13725
Type: Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Mono
Country: Czechoslovakia
Date of released: 1966
Category: Jazz, Rock, Pop
Style: Surf, Rock & Roll, Swing, Easy Listening
Genre: Jazz, Rock, Pop
Musician: Various
Album's title: Supraphon Dance Tunes 65/66
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Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Jaromír Vomáčka And His Group* Gladioles (Gladioly)
Leader – Jaromír VomáčkaWritten-By – Vomáčka*
A2 Karel Vlach And His Orchestra* It's Not An Ordinary Day Today (Dnes Není Všední Den)
Conductor – Karel VlachWritten-By – Jindra*
A3 Karel Vlach And His Orchestra* Say It Softly To Me (Říkej Mi To Potichoučku)
Conductor – Karel VlachWritten-By – Pokorný*
A4 Rudolf Rokl And His Group* Aloe In Bloom (Květ Aloe)
Piano – Rudolf RoklWritten-By – Kloc*
A5 Czechoslovak Radio Dance Orchestra Indian Love (Indiánská Láska)
Accordion [Uncredited] – Sláva KunstConductor [Uncredited] – Josef VobrubaOrchestra [Uncredited] – Czechoslovak Radio Dance OrchestraOther [Erroneous Performer Credit] – Sláva Kunst Dance OrchestraWritten-By – Fořt*
A6 Jaromír Vomáčka And His Group* Lethe (Řeka Zapomnění)
Chorus [Uncredited] – Sbor Pavla KühnaChorus Master – Pavel KühnTrumpet – Miloslav BurešWritten-By – M. Balling*, Zahradník*
A7 Karel Krautgartner And His Orchestra* Echoes From The Music Hall (Ozvěny Z Hudební Síně)
Leader – Karel KrautgartnerWritten-By – Ježek*
B1 The Mefisto Band* Sunny River
Bass Guitar [Uncredited] – Jiří DospělDrums [Uncredited] – Milan VoblizaGuitar [Uncredited] – Otakar JahnPiano [Uncredited] – Karel SvobodaRhythm Guitar [Uncredited] – Petr KaplanSaxophone [Uncredited], Leader [Uncredited] – František KopalWritten-By – Edwards*
B2 The Mefisto Band* Monika
Bass Guitar [Uncredited] – Jiří DospělDrums [Uncredited] – Milan VoblizaGuitar [Uncredited] – Otakar JahnPiano [Uncredited] – Karel SvobodaRhythm Guitar [Uncredited] – Petr KaplanSaxophone [Uncredited], Leader [Uncredited] – František KopalWritten-By – Jahn*
B3 Sláva Kunst Dance Orchestra* Clover By The Water (Jetelíček U Vody)
Leader – Sláva KunstWritten-By – Bláha*
B4 Karel Duba And His Orchestra* Drummer's Dream (Melodie Pro Bicí)
Featuring, Drums – Josef PosledníLeader, Guitar [Uncredited] – Karel DubaWritten-By – Poslední*
B5 Karel Duba And His Orchestra* Night Walker (Noční Chodec)
Drums – Josef PosledníLeader, Guitar [Uncredited] – Karel DubaWritten By – Harrison
B6 Sláva Kunst Dance Orchestra* Black Mustang (Černý Mustang)
Leader – Sláva KunstTenor Saxophone [Uncredited] – Jaroslav ŠtrudlWritten-By – Štrudl*
B7 Ferdinand Havlík And His Orchestra* Tennessee Slop
Leader – Ferdinand HavlíkWritten-By – King*, Stewart*

Credits

  • Chorus – Lubomír Pánek Singers & Swingers* (tracks: A4, B3, B6, B7)
  • Chorus Master – Lubomír Pánek (tracks: A4, B3, B6, B7)
  • Cover – Josef Kalousek
  • Photography By – Viktor Richter

Notes

Selection of the best Supraphon dance instrumental tunes in 1965-66
Избранные лучшие танцевальные мелодии Супрафона 1965-6 гг.
Cover © 1966
Photo © 1966
Made in Czechoslovakia

Fast Shuffle [A1]
Shuffle [A2]
Slow [A3, A6]
Waltz [A4]
Foxtrot [A5, A7]
Medium Bounce [B1]
Slow Beat [B2]
Polka Nova [B3]
Beat and Rock [B4]
Heavy Beat [B5]
Rock [B6]
Slop [B7]

℗ 1966

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Front laminated flipback sleeve.
Release title on spine: “Dance Tunes 1965/66”, no release title on center labels.

Also released as “Tanzmelodie-Revue”, identical catalog and matrix numbers.
Also released for domestic distribution as “Taneční melodie pro Gramoring 1966”, Supraphon DV 10218, identical matrix numbers, with Czech artist names: Rytmická skupina Jaromíra Vomáčky (A1, A6), Karel Vlach se svým orchestrem (A2, A3), Karel Vlach s malou skupinou (A4), Taneční orchestr Čs. rozhlasu TOČR (A5, A7), Beatová skupina Mefisto (B1, B2), Sláva Kunst se svým orchestrem (B3, B6), Karel Duba se svou skupinou (B4, B5), Ferdinand Havlík se svým orchestrem (B7).

Czech track titles on center labels only.
A5 also known as “Jezero dřímá”. B7 also known as “Tennessee Waltz”.

A5 erroneously credited to “Sláva Kunst Dance Orchestra”.
Lubomír Pánek Singers & Swingers credited globally on back cover only, track positions uncredited.

Uncredited recording dates at studios Strahov and Kobylisy, Prague: 25.10.1965 (A1, A2), 9.9.1965 (A3), 30.4.1965 (A4), 21.5.1965 (A5), 4.1.1966 (A6), 8.10.1964 (A7), 1.10.1965 (B1, B2, B4, B5), 10.11.1964 (B3), 17.2.1965 (B6), 20.2.1965 (B7).

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Label A): A 3629
  • Matrix / Runout (Label B): A 3630
  • Other (Manufacturing date code): 66 2
  • Rights Society: BIEM
  • Other (Retail price code): H

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
DV 10218 Various Taneční Melodie Pro Gramoring ‎(LP, Comp, Mono) Supraphon DV 10218 Czechoslovakia 1966
SUA 13725 Various Supraphon Dance Tunes 65/66 ‎(LP, Comp, Mono, RP) Supraphon SUA 13725 Czechoslovakia 1968
SUA 13725 Various Tанцевальные Mелодии ‎(LP, Comp, Mono) Supraphon SUA 13725 Czechoslovakia 1967

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