Vladimír Kulhánek

Vladimír Guma Kulhánek (born 4 September 1944) is a Czech rock bass guitarist.

Vladimír Guma Kulhánek
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Background information
Birth nameVladimír Kulhánek
Also known asGuma
Born (1944-09-04) 4 September 1944 (age 77)
Prague, Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia
GenresBlues rock, pop rock, folk rock, progressive rock
Instrument(s)bass guitar

Kulhánek was born in Prague,[1] then part of the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia, and studied at Institute of Chemical Technology in Prague. He was a member of Flamengo, Etc..., Stromboli, Bohemia and several other bands. He was also a sought-after session musician, playing with Dežo Ursiny, Eva Pilarová, Jana Kratochvílová, Anna K and others. He is currently[when?] a member of T4, November 2nd, Energit and a supergroup called Kulhánek/Holeček/Razím/Kowacz.

Selected discographyEdit

  • Flamengo: Kuře v hodinkách (1971)
  • Dežo Ursiny: Dežo Ursiny & Provisorium (1973)
  • Bohemia: Zrnko písku (1978)
  • Stromboli: Stromboli (1987)
  • Vladimír Mišík & Etc...: Etc...4 (1987)
  • Vladimír Mišík & Etc...: 20 deka duše (1990)
  • Vladimír Mišík & Etc...: Jen se směj (1993)
  • Vladimír Mišík & Etc...: Live - unplugged (1994)
  • Bratři Ebenové: Tichá domácnost (1995)
  • Vladimír Mišík & Etc...: Město z peřin (1996)
  • Krausberry: Šiksa a gádžo (1998)
  • Bratři Karamazovi: Apokalypsa - obrazy Janova zjevení (2001)
  • November 2nd: Midnight Desert (2002)
  • November 2nd: Little Miss Behavin' & the Troublemakers (2005)
  • T4: Pár tónů a slov (2005)
  • November 2nd: Night Walk with Me (2011)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Pódiové sestavy českých basistů - Vladimír Guma Kulhánek - muzikus.cz". 7 August 2009.

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