Omega: Az Omega Összes Koncertfelvétele I. - CD Nº2 (1995) {Live Kisstadion 1977} [FLAC]



Artist: Omega
Album: Az Omega Összes Koncertfelvétele I. - CD Nº2
Genre: Symphonic Progressive/Space Rock
Year: 1995
Country: Hungary
Label/Catalog: MEGA / HCD 37796 (95/M-220)
Format: FLAC (image+cue+log)



PORTUGUÊS:
Aê putada, hoje venho com mais space rock, mas desta vez com um ao vivo do Omega, a banda húngara de rock mais bem sucedida da história, que conseguiu driblar o regime socialista e fazer com que seus trabalhos fossem lançados no lado ocidental da cortina de ferro. Esse ao vivo no Kisstadion, em Budapeste, foi gravado em 1977, provavelmente durante a turnê do 'Idörabló (Ω VII)', e foi lançado exclusivamente como parte do box edição limitada 'Az Omega Összes Koncertfelvétele I.', enquanto que os outros dois discos são os já conhecidos 'Élö Omega (Ω IV)' e 'Élö Omega Kisstadion '79', respectivamente lançados originalmente em 1972 e 1979. Mas, acima de tudo, uma performance espetacular e muito bem gravada que felizmente se fez disponível quase 20 após seu registro.

ENGLISH:
Hello freaks, today I bring more space rock for you all, this time a Omega live album, the most successful Hungarian rock band in history, which managed to drift away from the socialist regime and make their works issued on the Western side of the iron curtain. This live recording was captured at the Kisstadion, Budapest, in 1977, probably during the 'Idörabló (Ω VII)' tour, and was exclusively issued as part of limited edition 'Az Omega Összes Koncertfelvétele I.' boxset, whilst the other two discs are the already known 'Élö Omega (Ω IV)' and 'Élö Omega Kisstadion '79', respectively and originally issue in 1972 and 1979. However, above everything, a spetacular and very well recording performance that was fortunatly made available over 20 years after its capturing.



Recorded live at Kisstadion, Budapest, Hungary, in 1977

Tracklist:
1. A névtelen utazó (5:05)
2. Ne legyen... (Never Feel Shame) (4:57)
3. Napot hoztam, csillagot (3:27)
4. Időrabló (5:41)
5. Nem tudom a neved (8:48)
6. Family Strong (Metamorfózis I.) (4:15)
7. A bűvész (4:34)
8. Éjféli koncert (9:10)
9. Párbeszéd (10:37)
10. A könyvelő álma (5:40)

Line-up:
László Benkő - keyboards
Ferenc Debreczeni - drums
János Kóbor - vocals
Tamás Mihály - bass
György Molnár - guitars
Guest Musicians
János Karácsony - guitars



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Comentários

  1. Omega has achieved great international success through releases in multiple languages, and tours in England and Germany in the late 1960s and throughout the 1970s.

    Their song in 1969 "Gyöngyhajú lány" became an international hit, (the Hungarian title officially was translated as "Pearls In Her Hair"). In Hungary, Omega have sold millions of albums[citation, their most popular album being Gammapolis, which sold around 650,000 copies[citation - it was the biggest selling album ever in Hungary. Omega performed by far the most concerts abroad of any Hungarian band; all in the age of communism/socialism. They were also the first Hungarian band to release an album on CD. Omega were well known for producing exciting live concerts with an accent on light shows and quality sound. They are by far the longest-running Hungarian rock band.

    Rarely go back to this music... "The Girl With The Pearl's Hair", how to love - it's in Paris how crying - it's on the Eisensteinie.
    Thx micose!

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  2. Rogerio M Schirach8 de setembro de 2012 14:23

    Como é que vcs postam Omega e não me avisam? Ou acham que eu venho todo dia nesta putaria???????Que coisa séria!!!!!!!!Mas vamo que vamo baxa, intão......
    Brigadão pessoar (Micose) sabe como é, eu gosto um tantinho assim desta banda........(E se tiver mais, joga aí.....)
    Abraços
    MrRockeveryday

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