Ateliér duše

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Ateliér duše
Studio album by Marika Gombitová
Released 1987
Recorded 1987
Genre
Length 44:33
Label OPUS (#9313 1915)
Producer Peter Smolinský
Marika Gombitová chronology
Zrkadlo rokov
(1987)
Ateliér duše
(1987)
Slávnosť úprimných slov
(1987)

Ateliér duše (English: Soul Atelier) is the seventh solo album by Marika Gombitová released on OPUS in 1987.[1]

Track listing[edit]

All songs written and composed by Gombitová and Peteraj, unless stated otherwise. 

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Ateliér duše"  
3:51
2. "V období dažďa"     3:19
3. "Koloseum"     4:20
4. "Mačací flám"  
  • Patejdl
  • Peteraj
3:41
5. "Prvý príbeh"     3:30
6. "Štúdie žien"     3:11
7. "Malá smutná baletka"  
  • Patejdl
  • Peteraj
4:42
8. "Ži a nechaj žiť"     3:13
9. "Zámená"  
  • Patejdl
  • Peteraj
3:16
10. "Neznámy pár" (duet with Karel Gott)   4:10
11. "Tak si so mnou opakuj"  
  • Patejdl
  • Peteraj
4:22
Total length:
44:33

Official releases[edit]

One of the singer's most played compositions.

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  • 1987: Ateliér duše, LP, MC, OPUS, #9313 1915
  • 1996: Ateliér duše, CD, re-release, Open Music, #0050 2331
  • 1996: Ateliér duše, 2 bonus tracks (SP "Mami, mami"), CD, OPUS, #91 2561
  • 2004: Ateliér duše: Komplet 7, 4 bonus tracks (EP Slávnosť úprimných slov), CD, OPUS, #91 2561

Credits and personnel[edit]

Charts[edit]

Awards[edit]

POPulár[edit]

POPulár was a Slovak music magazine that mapped the domestic and international music scene, maintaining also POP awards. The magazine was published monthly since 1970, until its termination in 1992 (Note: In July 2008, the magazine was restored by Nový Populár, issued twice a month).[5] Gombitová won four times as the Best Female Singer (1983, 1986, 1987-8), and once she received the Best Album award (1987).[6]

Year Nominated work Category Result
1987 Ateliér duše Best Album Won[6]

Mladé rozlety[edit]

Mladé rozlety,[E] established by the poet Ivan Štrpka[7] was a color magazine intended for teenagers and the youth. After two sampler issues, the periodical was released weekly since January 1987,[8] and in the 90's renamed as M-Report. Apart from music polls, the magazine also organized a national contest of Slovak amateur bands.[9] Gombitová won one poll (1988).[6]

Year Nominated work Category Result
1988 Ateliér duše Best Album Won[6]
Notes
  • E ^ Mladé rozlety was also the name of a Slovak punk group (formed in May 1988 as one of the first of its kind in the country).[10]

Video release[edit]

Ateliér duše
Video by Marika Gombitová
Released September 1, 1987 (TV)
Recorded 1986-87
Genre
Label Videofilm SFT Koliba
Director
  • Ladislav Kaboš
  • Juraj Lihosit

A video release of the album on VHS, also entitled Ateliér duše, followed the album in 1987, as the first video-cassette ever released by a Czechoslovak artist.[11]

Track listing[edit]

All songs written and composed by Gombitová and Peteraj, unless stated otherwise. 

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Ateliér duše"  
 
2. "Cirkusový kôň"  
  • Lauko
  • Peteraj
 
3. "Malá smutná baletka"  
  • Patejdl
  • Peteraj
 
4. "Mačací flám"  
  • Patejdl
  • Peteraj
 
5. "V období dažďa"      
6. "Koloseum"      
7. "Tak si so mnou opakuj"  
  • Patejdl
  • Peteraj
 
8. "Správne dievčatá" (taken from TV Adresa ja, adresa ty)    
9. "Crazy" (taken from TV Adresa ja, adresa ty)    
10. "Príbeh obrazovky" (taken from TV Adresa ja, adresa ty)    
11. "Vernisáž" (taken from TV Adresa ja, adresa ty)    
12. "Zem menom láska" (taken from TV Adresa ja, adresa ty)    
13. "Adresa ja, adresa ty" (taken from TV Adresa ja, adresa ty)    

Credits and personnel[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

General
Specific
  1. ^ For Marika Gombitová's discography, see Lehotský 2008a, pp. 54–56..
  2. ^ Graclík & Nekvapil 2008, p. 185.
  3. ^ Graclík & Nekvapil 2008, p. 195.
  4. ^ "Exclusive List: The 100 Greatest Slovak Albums". Nový čas (in Slovak). Ringier Axel Springer Slovakia. cas.sk. Retrieved 2011-10-19. 
  5. ^ "Nový Populár - Profile". Nový Populár (in Slovak). Waldemarsk. novypoopular.eu. Retrieved 2011-04-10. 
  6. ^ a b c d Graclík & Nekvapil 2008, p. 418.
  7. ^ "Ivan Štrpka → Biography". Slovník slovenských spisovateľov (in Slovak). Praha: Občianske Združenie literarnyklub.sk. 1999. literarnyklub.sk. Retrieved 2011-04-17. [dead link]
  8. ^ Patráš, Vladimír (1987). "Over The Pages Of Mladé rozlety". Kultúra slova, No.10 (in Slovak). Jazykovedný ústav Ľudovíta Štúra SAV. p. 387. Retrieved 2011-04-17. 
  9. ^ Juráková, Erika (2005-01-18). "Rocker At The Office Of The Municipal Chief". Noviny Orava, no. 3 (in Slovak). Noviny Orava. novinyorava.sk. Retrieved 2011-04-17. [dead link]
  10. ^ Laris, Roman. "The History Of The Slovak Scene". Core 'n Roll Funzine (in Slovak). RomanLaris.com. romanlaris.com. Retrieved 2011-04-17. 
  11. ^ Graclík & Nekvapil 2008, p. 423.

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