After three Mixtapes last year, I was already missing a new one, and you? Whenever we try to do it, we try to leave a distinct mark either in the choice of artists or the era approached, well, this time we’ll leave the extensive biographies and contexts aside, these artists should appear soon in our galaxy, along with their full contents.
So, let’s get right to it: our dámské and its songs.
Halina Frąckowiak & SBB – W Powszednie Dni / Geira (1977) / Polskie N. Muza
Halina Frąckowiak – Ide Dalej / Idę (1974) / Polskie Nagrania Muza
aka Sonia Sulin, born April 10, 1947, Poznán, Poland.
Singer, Composer, and Songwriter. Ex-Grupa ABC!
Kati Kovács & Juventus – Add Már Uram Az Esöt! / Single (1972) / Pepita
Kati Kovács & Locomotiv GT – Szólj Rám, Ha Hangosan Énekelek / Kovacs, Kati (1974) / Pepita
Born Kovács Katalin, October 25, 1944, Verpelét, Hungary. Singer, Actress, Lyricist, Songwriter. Probably the most famous singer of Hungary, with dozens of recorded albums, awards, and presentations indoor/abroad, international recognition and a very active career until today. Hungarian musical critics have praised her raspy and strong voice, calling her ‘The Voice of Hungary’!
Marie Rottrová – Tisíc Tváří Lásky / Single (1971) / Supraphon
Marie Rettrová – Poslední Hemingwayova Fotka / Pěšky Po Dálnici (1977) / Supraphon
Born November 13, 1942, Ostrava–Hrušov, Czech Republic. Singer, Pianist, Composer, TV Presenter. The so-called Lady Soul!
Marta Kubišová – Tak Dej Se K Nám A Projdem Svět / Single (1969) / Supraphon
Marta Kubišová – Svlíkám Lásku / Single (1969) / Supraphon
Born November 1, 1942, České Budějovice, Czech Republic. Singer, Actress and TV Presenter. She was the most popular female pop singer in Czechoslovakia in the late ’60s. In 1967 she won Zlatý Slavík award (Golden Nightingale). Her song ‘Prayer for Marta’ became a symbol of national resistance against the occupation of Warsaw Pact troops in 1968. During the Prague Spring, she recorded over 200 (?!!) single records and one LP, Songy a Balady in 1969, which was immediately banned from stores. In 1970, the government falsely accused her of making pornographic photographs leading to a ban from performing in the country until 1989. (!)
aka Charlotte Sachert, December 14, 1947, Budapest, Hungary. Famous controversial Singer, Actress, Writer, already known from previous posts here in ‘IM’, check out our exclusive. Known as the Hungarian Janis Joplin!
We have an interesting study about the Rock development in the Eastern Bloc, from our homonyms friends which eventually will form the basis for other posts.
Be charmed by these mighty girls and bon vitage!