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Zambosi

Zambosi

Zambosi


Zambosi: To se to hraje... (Isnt It Great to Play...) The first official album of the Vsetin musical couple Zambosi brings fifteen different songs mostly composed by Jan Zamboch under the title To se to hraje... (Isnt It Great to Play...). The Vsetin singer and composer Jan Zamboch burst in like a storm onto music stages in 2002 with the project called Zambosi, in which the woman of his life Stanislava Brahova sings. At the same time, music critics Read more on Last.fm
Zambosi: To se to hraje... (Isnt It Great to Play...) The first official album of the Vsetin musical couple Zambosi brings fifteen different songs mostly composed by Jan Zamboch under the title To se to hraje... (Isnt It Great to Play...). The Vsetin singer and composer Jan Zamboch burst in like a storm onto music stages in 2002 with the project called Zambosi, in which the woman of his life Stanislava Brahova sings.

At the same time, music critics and colleagues started to be interested in a young Vsetin forester accompanied by a reputation of a very competent guitar player. The Zambosi songs cannot be strictly classified as folk; it would be more appropriate to speak of folk-jazz. In the debut album, elaborated odd-beat songs alternate with jazz motifs, but also ordinary march with more exotic reggae. Merry texts based on a very sophisticated minute play with words alternate with testimonies, during which a shiver runs down the listeners spines.

Bezpecne reggae (Safe Raggae) or Kratka pamet (Short Memory) reflect the view of contemporary thirty-year-olds of events around us with openness and depth for which the stagnating Czech folk scene had been waiting in vain for long. Singing by Stanislava Brahova and Jan Zamboch is to be heard in the CD as well as on a stage, supported by Jans inventive guitar accompaniment. To make the album musically more full-bodied, the Zambosi agreed with the music director Lukas Spanihel (Docuku, Solan) on the participation of guests who in some songs would come to help. Thanks to them the sound of the album is rich, and each song has its own atmosphere built up into the last detail.

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