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Josef Janíček with The Plastic People of the Universe in 2010. Photo by Michal Klajban

Josef Janíček (born 28 December 1947 in Prague, Czechoslovakia, now Czech Republic) is a Czech rock keyboardist, singer, accordion and guitar player. He was a former guitarist of The Primitives Group;[1] from 1969 he played with The Plastic People of the Universe. He was also a member of Milan Hlavsa's band, Půlnoc. Since 1990, he is a member of The Velvet Underground Revival Band.[2]

Discography

With The Plastic People of the Universe

  • Bez ohňů je underground (1992) - live album
  • For Kosovo (1997) - live album
  • The Plastic People of the Universe (1997) - live album
  • Hovězí porážka (released: 1997, recorded: 1983-84)
  • Jak bude po smrti (released: 1998, recorded: 1979)
  • Pašijové hry velikonoční (released: 1998, recorded: 1978)
  • Vožralej jak slíva (released: 1997, recorded: 1973-1975) - live album
  • Ach to státu hanobení (released: 2000, recorded: 1976-77)
  • Líně s tebou spím | Lazy Love / In Memoriam Mejla Hlavsa (2001)
  • Egon Bondy’s Happy Hearts Club Banned (released: 2001, recorded: 1974-75)
  • Muž bez uší (released: 2002, recorded 1969-72) - live album
  • Co znamená vésti koně (released: 2002, recorded: 1981)
  • Do lesíčka na čekanou (released: 2006, recorded? 1973) - live album
  • Maska za maskou (2009)
  • Non Stop Opera (2011) - live album

With Půlnoc

  • Live Bratislava (1988)
  • Půlnoc (1990)
  • City of Hysteria (1991)
  • Live in New York (1996)[3] - live album

References

  1. "Český hudební slovník".
  2. "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2014-12-18. Retrieved 2014-12-18.
  3. http://www.projektpunk.cz/encyklopedie/hledat.php?person=Josef+Jan%C3%AD%C4%8Dek

Text adapted from Wikipedia