Zem menom láska
|"Zem menom láska"|
A screenshot of the official music video
|Song by Marika Gombitová|
|from the album №5|
As all the tracks from the singer's fifth studio set №5 (produced by Peter Breiner), Zem menom láska was written by Gombitová in common with Kamil Peteraj as well. In 1985, the music video of the composition topped the annual Zlatý Triangel (English: Golden Triangle) TV chart in Slovakia.
- "Zem menom láska" - Studio version, 1985
- "Zem menom láska (Live)" - Live version, Nežná revolúcia, 1989
Credits and personnel
- Marika Gombitová - lead vocal, writer
- Peter Breiner - producer, piano, Fender Rhodes, SCI Pro-One, Roland Juno 60, Roland Vocoder, Yamaha DX7, strings conductor, arranger
- Ladislav Lučenič - bass electric guitar, Juno 60, ARP Oddysey
- Kamil Peteraj - lyrics
- Juraj Lehotský - trumpets
- Ľudovít Horský - trumpets
- Pavel Zajaček - trombone
- Tibor Mrázik - trombone
- Ľuboš Stankovský - Simmons drums
- Viliam Vaškovič programmer Roland Drums Computer TR 808,
- Ivan Minárik - programmer ARP Oddysey, SCI Pro-One, Roland Juno 60, Roland Vocoder, sound director, technical collaboration,
- Štefan Danko - responsible editor
- Juraj Filo - sound director
Zlatý Triangel (English: Golden Triangle) was an annual video chart also broadcast by the public television network Slovenská televízia from 1984 to 1997. The show, originally hosted by Tatiana Kulíšková and Pavol Juráň, and since November 1989 by Daniel Junas, awarded exclusively Slovak and Czech artists for the best videos released in a calendar year, similarly as the MTV music channel. Prior to that, its monthly editions called Triangel were held. In total, Gombitová won four annual charts (in 1985-86, 1988 and 1995).
|1985||"Zem menom láska"||Best Video||Won|
- 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 2014-07-14. 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.