Framus Five

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Framus Five
Origin Prague, Czechoslovakia
Genres Soul, rock
Years active 1963-1971, 1978-1990 2000–present
Labels Supraphon
Members Michal Prokop
Luboš Andršt
Jan Hrubý
Jan Kolář
Zdeněk Tichota
Pavel Razím

Framus Five is a rock band from Czechoslovakia. The Band was founded in Prague in 1963.[1] The line up included singer Michal Prokop, guitarist Luboš Andršt and violinist Jan Hrubý. The band was disbaned in 1971.[2] In 1978 was reunited under the name Framus 5.

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

  • 1968 Framus Five + Michal Prokop (export version was released in 1971 as Blues in Soul)
  • 1972 Město ER
  • 1980 Holubí dante
  • 1984 Kolej Yesterday
  • 1987 Nic ve zlým, nic v dobrým
  • 1989 Snad nám naše děti…

Compilation albums[edit]

  • 1990 Až si pro mě přijdou
  • 2008 Pořád to platí 1968 - 1989 (6 CD Box)

Live album[edit]

  • 2006 Live 60 (as Michal Prokop, Framus Five & Hosté)

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.ceskyhudebnislovnik.cz/slovnik/index.php?option=com_mdictionary&action=record_detail&id=1000484
  2. ^ http://www.ceskatelevize.cz/specialy/bigbit/kapely/1321-framus-5/