Pavel Růžička – g, acg, bg, perc, drum machine
Petr Dvořák – p, ep, clav, org, synth, dr, voc
Michal “Miki” Bláha – bg (1-4, 8, 10, 12)
Vladimír Grunt – dr (1-4, 10-12)
Towards the end of the 1970s, every country wanted to have its own Giorgio Moroder. In Czechoslovakia, that position was filled by a duet called ORM, which was as important over there as Arp Life was in Poland just a little while earlier. The debut album of the local disco magicians, full of funky bass, dreamy songs and space travels with analogue synthesizers playing the main part, is about to be released on CD for the first time.
In the 1980s, ORM gained great popularity due to their collaboration with a pop vocal duo
Kamelie (also known as Hana a Dana). A little earlier, between 1978-79, they recorded their debut material, creating one of the most interesting disco albums ever recorded in Czechoslovakia. “Discofil” mainly features diverse, instrumental tunes, showcasing a wide range of classic sounds produced by synthesizers, electric piano and clavinet (like the phenomenal, astral “Bumerang” or the laidback “Riviera” resembl....... more