Sunday, April 25, 2010


Recorded the year after their extraordinary Nova Synteza 2 LP together with the Czechoslovak Radio Jazz Orchestra which I posted a few years back, this is an even more toe-curling venture; the first of four albums that establish Modry Efekt (aka Blue Effect) in their peak mode, a superhuman synthesis of The Yes Album, mid 70's Floyd and the ecstatic hard rockin' acid prog of early Nektar and Hungary's Omega circa Time Robber. Sourced from a long out of print reissue, this also includes two bonus cuts from the same period with more of a crunchy hard rock edge.

Get it via Rapidshare here


Anonymous said...

I know this album. To say wonderful is nothing. Like the other works of this band.

DanP said...

I love this! Thanks.

Have found a distributor who stocks the CD of this, Doug Larson Imports in New Jersey. Ships internationally I believe. Have bought from him before. Hope it's ok to link him here.

Anonymous said...

This one is beautiful!

Oozlum said...

Blue Effect means a state of bliss after receiving "blue book" (inability to get recruitmented)..

Anonymous said...

Dear Friend,

This is one of the best music I've ever heard. I already listened to (1969) Meditace & (1977) Svitanie. But I enjoyed (1974) Modrý Efekt & Radim Hladík a lot...Thanks.

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I'm a serious Japanese Mini-LP collector. Your web-log really helps getting to know rare & unknown music. I'm not that much into Experimental music. But I enjoy exploring different music...and there are many masterpieces here to enjoy.

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Anonymous said...

Thank you very much for this one and a lot of other one - THANK YOU


Anonymous said...

I really enjoyed this album as I do many of your posts. I really admire mutant sounds for the music it passes on. Thanks!