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Modrý Efekt (Blue Effect)

Modrý Efekt (Blue Effect)
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Czech Republic
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Also known as The Blue Effect and M. Efekt. Czech rock group. Founded and led by Radim Hladík in 1969 as the successor to The Matadors. The band remained active until Hladík's death in 2016.
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http://blueeffect.cz
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Releases on file (10)
Radim Hladík / Blue Effect — Live Radim Hladík / Blue Effect — Live
(Supraphon SU 5873-2, 2008, CD)
M. Efekt — 33 M. Efekt — 33
(Bonton 499746 2, 1981/2001, CD)
M.Efekt — Svět Hledačů M.Efekt — Svět Hledačů
(Bonton 494002 4, 1979/2000, CD)
M Efekt — Svitanie M Efekt — Svitanie
(Opus 91 2629-2 311, 1977/1998, CD)
Modrý Efekt & Radim Hladík — Modrý Efekt & Radim Hladík (AKA A Benefit of Radim Hladík) Modrý Efekt & Radim Hladík — Modrý Efekt & Radim Hladík (AKA A Benefit of Radim Hladík)
(Bonton 495274 2, 1976/2000, CD)
Jazzový Orchestr Čs. Rozhlasu a M. Efekt — Nová Syntéza 2 Jazzový Orchestr Čs. Rozhlasu a M. Efekt — Nová Syntéza 2
(Bonton 71 0608-2, 1974/1997, CD)
The Blue Effect — Kingdom of Life The Blue Effect — Kingdom of Life
(Supraphon 1 13 1023, 1972, LP)
Blue Effect — Nová Syntéza - New Synthesis Blue Effect — Nová Syntéza - New Synthesis
(Bonton 71 0552-2, 1971/1997, CD)
Blue Effect & Jazz Q Praha — Coniunctio Blue Effect & Jazz Q Praha — Coniunctio
(Bonton 503100 2, 1970/2001, CD)
The Blue Effect  — Meditace The Blue Effect — Meditace
(Bonton 71 0382-2, 1970/1996, CD)

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