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Friday, November 5, 2010

ZALATNAY SAROLTA: Hadd Mondjam El



Collecting LPs will set one up for occasional surprises. I found this in a charity second-hand warehouse and decided to pay 20 cents mainly for its cover artwork. With not a single word of English, I classified this as a curiosity purchase. I hurried home to hear what's inside and what a bombshell, I really thought JEFFERSON AIRPLANE was on the turntable.

A Hungarian singer, Sarolta Zalatnay was born 17 December 1947 in Budapest.


Featured here is a vinyl rip of her 1973 album which title translates to Let Me Tell You.


TRACKS LIST:

01 Hadd Mondjam El
02 Kell Egy Hu Barat
03 Sracok, Oh Sracok
04 Ne Hidd, El
05 Tanar Ur Kerem
06 Egyszer
07 Nem Kell Vegre Otthon Ulni
08 Mert Kell Elfelednem
09 Csodabogar
10 Az Oreg Var
11 Arva Lett A Mesevilag
12 Meg Mindig Varlak

Acoustic Guitar - Charles Frenreisz, László Tolcsvay *
Backing Vocals - Herczku Annamária , Bódi Magdi * , Várszegi Éva
Bass, Flute, Saxophone - Frenreisz Károly
Congas - Deli István
Drums - Fekete Gábor
Guitar - Móricz Mihály
Keyboards - Tolcsvay László
Organ, Piano - Papp Gyula
Vocals - Zalatnay Sarolta

5 comments:

  1. thanks, practically assault your blog, je je, thanks again.

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  2. Excellent - what a discovery - if you are curious,check out 1973. prog-rock LP "Dnevnik jedne ljubavi" (Diary of one love) by Croatian Rock Queen Josipa Lisac - she is not only highly original singer but had best of the best musicians around her on that album.

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    1. Thanks Voyager, Josipa Lisac truly rocks.

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  3. thanks for sharing!!

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  4. Thanks, I've heard good things about this.

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