Dežo Ursiny (Oct. 4, 1947 — May 2, 1995) was a Slovak musician, composer, screen writer, and television personality with a career in entertainment that spanned three decades. During the mid-to-late 1960s, he cut shortplayers with pop combos The Beatmen and The Soulmen.
In 1973, Ursiny released his first headlining album on Supraphon with backing by the band Provisorium, comprised primarily of Flamengo personnel. Between 1978 and 1990, he issued more than 10 albums on the Opus label, including several titles geared toward the English-speaking market. A pair of ’90s-era albums for ARTA preceded his death from cancer in 1995 at age 47.
- Provisorium (1973)
- Pevnina Detstva (1978)
- Nové Mapy Ticha (1979)
- Modrý Vrch (1981)
- 4/4 (1983)
- Bez Počasia (1984)
- Zelená (1986)
- Na Ceste Domov (1987)
- Momentky (1990)
- Do Tla (1991)
- Ten istý Tanec (1992)
- Príbeh (1994)
Progres 2 were a Czech symphonic/art-rock band from Brno, formed in 1968 as the Progress Organizat...
The Plastic People of the Universe were a Czech avant-garde/art-rock band from Praha that formed i...
Luboš Andršt is a Czech jazz-rock guitarist, composer, and bandleader. Discography: Capricor...
Energit were a Czech jazz-rock band from Praha that was active for five years, starting in 1973. I...
Flamengo were a Czech psychedelic jazz-rock band that was active for six years, starting in 1966. ...