Vladimír Guma Kulhánek

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Vladimír Guma Kulhánek
Birth name Vladimír Kulhánek
Also known as Guma
Born (1944-09-04) 4 September 1944 (age 72)
Prague, Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia
Genres Blues rock, pop rock, folk rock, progressive rock
Instruments bass guitar
Associated acts Energit, Etc..., Flamengo, Krausberry, Stromboli, T4, November 2nd, Semafor, Bohemia

Vladimír Guma Kulhánek (born 4 September 1944 in Prague,[1] Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia; now Czech Republic) is a Czech rock bass guitarist. He studied at Institute of Chemical Technology in Prague. He was member of Flamengo, Etc..., Stromboli, Bohemia and many others. He was also sought-after session musician (played with Dežo Ursiny, Eva Pilarová, Jana Kratochvílová, Anna K and many others). Now, he is member of T4, November 2nd, Energit and supergroup called Kulhánek/Holeček/Razím/Kowacz.

Selected discography[edit]

  • Flamengo: Kuře v hodinkách (1971)
  • Dežo Ursiny: Dežo Ursiny & Provisorium (1973)
  • Bohemia: Zrnko písku (1978)
  • Stromboli: Stromboli (1987)
  • Vladimír Mišík & Etc...: Etc...4 (1987)
  • Vladimír Mišík & Etc...: 20 deka duše (1990)
  • Vladimír Mišík & Etc...: Jen se směj (1993)
  • Vladimír Mišík & Etc...: Live - unplugged (1994)
  • Bratři Ebenové: Tichá domácnost (1995)
  • Vladimír Mišík & Etc...: Město z peřin (1996)
  • Krausberry: Šiksa a gádžo (1998)
  • Bratři Karamazovi: Apokalypsa - obrazy Janova zjevení (2001)
  • November 2nd: Midnight Desert (2002)
  • November 2nd: Little Miss Behavin' & the Troublemakers (2005)
  • T4: Pár tónů a slov (2005)
  • November 2nd: Night Walk with Me (2011)

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