Karel Gott | LP Recitál Karla Gotta (Hlas můj nech tu znít)

[Karel Gott Recital]

  1. album song  Text  Píseň útěchy (Hlas můj nech tu znít) (3:32)
  2. album song  Text  Večerní chorál (2:35)
  3. album song  Text  Lůžko za horou (3:15)
  4. album song  Text  Vzdávám dík (2:26)
  5. album song  Text  Kvůli vám (2:54)
  6. album song  Text  It Takes a Worried Man (2:40)
  7. album song  Text  Láska umírá (3:24)
  8. album song  Text  Dlouhá báj (3:13)
  9. album song  Text  Až naprší (2:37)
  10. album song  Text  Kříž z kaktusů (2:27)
  11. album song  Text  I've Never Been So Young (3:12)
Karel Gott | Recitál Karla Gotta (Hlas můj nech tu znít)

LP Supraphon (CS) 130205

In 1967 Karel Gott leaves Europe for 6 months, to visit Las Vegas in US. It was certainly one of the reasons why his then the biggest Czech "rival", Waldermar Matuška has won the the Golden Nightingale award and became the most famous singer of the year, who had a really lucky year. The second reason of his "fall", if we can call it a fall, it was recording of an album, not really successful at the czech market, which really ranks to the weak ones. During this period, the voice of Karel Gott was changing fast, as if he would be seeking his new face. The other pop music was changing very fast, from twist, roc'n'rolls to simple small theatre songs to the new mainstream... This try did not really succeed. Karel Gott sounds a bit more older, as if he would be hesitating on one spot. From this album, except for the classical Adagio, no bigger hit has risen. In the re-edition CD Complete, the album is saved by successful bonuses from this period. However, it was his first serial album and it was awarded a golden record, as well.