Kam idú ľudia?

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Kam idú ľudia?
Kamiiduludia.jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedSummer 1990
Recorded1989-90
GenrePop rock
Length47:53
LabelOPUS (#9353 2214)
ProducerPeter Smolinský
Marika Gombitová chronology
Slávnosť úprimných slov
(1987)
Kam idú ľudia?
(1990)
Polnočné otázky: 16 Naj 1984–1993
(1993)
Compact disc

Kam idú ľudia? (English: Where Do People Go?) is the eighth solo album by Marika Gombitová released on OPUS in 1990.[1] The title song of the set was dedicated to Stevie Wonder.[2]

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by Gombitová and Peteraj, unless stated otherwise.

No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."Babylónia" 5:15
2."Rád si menil popol na hviezdy" 4:20
3."Polnočné otázky" 4:58
4."Rádio Láska"
4:15
5."Kríž"
  • Šeban
  • Peteraj
4:53
6."Úlomky spomienok" (tribute to Chinese poetry) 5:23
7."Dvaja"
  • Šeban
  • Peteraj
3:39
8."Žiadny hazard na účet srdca" 4:59
9."Strom 2000" 3:04
10."Kam idú ľudia?" (dedicated to Stevie Wonder) 6:07
Total length:47:53

Official releases[edit]

  • 1990: Kam idú ľudia?, LP, MC, OPUS, #9353 2214
  • 1990: Kam idú ľudia?, CD, OPUS, #91 2214
  • 1995: Kam idú ľudia?, CD, Open Music, #91xx 2312
  • 1996: Kam idú ľudia?, CD, OPUS, #91 25xx
  • 2004: Kam idú ľudia?: Komplet 8, 4 bonus tracks (SP "Mami, mami" and "Tváre pred zrkadlom", CD, OPUS, #91 2214

Credits and personnel[edit]

  • Elena Matúšová - chorus
  • Jana Küthreibová - chorus
  • Peter Smolinský - producer
  • Ivan Jombík - soud director
  • Michal Ivanický - technical collaboration
  • Štefan Danko - responsible editor
  • Anton Sládek - photography
  • Gabo Dušík - writer (bonus track 14)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

General
  • Graclík, Miroslav; Nekvapil, Václav (2008). Marika Gombitová: An Unauthorized Lifestory of the Legend of Czechoslovak Pop Music (in Czech). Prague, Czech Republic: XYZ. p. 446. ISBN 978-80-7388-115-3. OCLC 294939865. Retrieved 2011-03-21.
  • Lehotský, Oskar (April 23, 2008a). Slovak Popular Music in the Years 1977–1989 – Marika Gombitová (PDF). Comenius University, Faculty of Arts (in Slovak). Bratislava, Slovakia. Archived from the original (PDF) on July 14, 2014. Retrieved 2011-04-07.
  • Lehotský, Oskar (April 23, 2008b). Slovak Popular Music in the Years 1977–1989 – Modus (PDF). Comenius University, Faculty of Arts (in Slovak). Bratislava, Slovakia. Retrieved 2011-04-07.
Specific
  1. ^ For Marika Gombitová's discography, see Lehotský 2008a, pp. 54—56..
  2. ^ Lehotský 2008a, pp. 31—32.

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