Václav Neckář & Bacily ‎– Planetárium (1977)

Planetárium is a concept double-album by Czech vocalist Václav Neckář and the musical collective Bacily, released in 1977 on Supraphon.

Tracklist:
A1. “Planetárium – vchod” (4:17)
A2. “Světová výstava” (4:10)
A3. “Diamantová žena” (5:55)
A4. “Stále št’astné údolí” (4:19)
A5. “Potulný hráč” (3:53)
B1. “To se stává” (4:29)
B2. “Meteor” (4:19)
B3. “Pět světelných let” (4:13)
B4. “Jako kouzlem” (2:53)
B5. “Planetárium” (6:22)
C1. “Lásko, tři, dva, jedna a start” (4:26)
C2. “Sluneční vítr” (2:58)
C3. “Zimní královna nejdelších nocí” (4:52)
C4. “Klaun a tanečnice” (6:14)
D1. “Hvězdné nebe nad Atlantidou” (2:22)
D2. “Známe ho, žádný vzor” (1:51)
D3. “Co je to svět” (2:27)
D4. “Nejsem hvězda” (2:31)
D5. “První i poslední” (2:47)
D6. “Swingující Jupiter” (0:53)
D7. “Stroj času” (4:54)
D8. “Planetárium – východ” (4:14)

Credits:
Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Bass Guitar, Vocals – Josef Kůstka
Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Harmonica, Slide Guitar, Mandola, Alto Recorder, Bass Guitar, Zither, Vocals – Otakar Petřina*
Arranged By – Jan Neckář (tracks: C1 to C7), Otakar Petřina* (tracks: A1 to B5, D8)
Bass Guitar, Vocals – Jindřich Vobořil
Booklet Editor [Odpovědná Redaktorka Obalu] – Jaroslava Němcová
Conductor – Jan Neckář (tracks: D3, D4)
Cover – Pavel Jasanský
Drums, Percussion – Milan Vitoch
Engineer [Zvuková Režie] – František Řebíček
Engineer [Zvuková Režie], Mixed By [Mixáž], Edited By [Střih] – Jiří Brabec (2)
Guest, Chorus – Antonín Viktora (tracks: A5), Bohuslav Jíša (tracks: A5), Helena Arnetová (tracks: A5), Jindřich Vobořil (tracks: A5), Ladislav Kantor (tracks: A5), Lešek Semelka (tracks: A5), Luboš Pospíšil (tracks: A5), Zuzana Hanzlová (tracks: A5)
Guest, Performer [Whip] – Gustav Houdek (tracks: A5)
Guest, Piano [Acoustic] – Jaromír Klempíř (tracks: D3)
Guest, Strings – Smyčcový Orchestr Jan Neckář (tracks: D3, D4)
Guest, Tenor Saxophone – Jan Kubík (tracks: B1)
Guest, Violin – Květoslav Rohleder (tracks: D2, D6)
Mixed By [Mixáž], Edited By [Střih] – Jindřich Straka
Piano [Acoustic], Synthesizer [Mini Moog D, Electric Strings], Cello, Timpani, Soprano Saxophone, Vocals – Jan Neckář
Producer [Umělecká Spolupráce] – Michael Prostějovský
Recording Supervisor [Hudební Režie] – Květoslav Rohleder, Mojmír Balling
Technician [Technická Spolupráce] – Karel Hodr, Milan Svoboda (2)
Vocals – Václav Neckář

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