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Cislo 2. Rocnik 17
Je datovano 25. ledna 2007
The first UK show by the only rock group to have altered the
course of European history. From their formation in Prague in
1968, the Plastic People of the Universe were harassed, intimidated
and imprisoned by the Communist authorities in Czechoslovakia
and became a symbol of dissident resistance. Recently celebrated
in Tom Stoppard's new play Rock'n'Roll, and hailed as harbingers
of the Velvet Revolution of 1989, they fought the law and won.
If their story is extraordinary, their music is truly revolutionary
extreme, intense, by turns dreamy and ecstatic, informed
by Zappa, free jazz and roof-raising rock'n'roll.
The concert marks the 30th Anniversary of the Charter 77 human rights petition, a movement inspired by the arrest and subsequent imprisonment of members of the Plastic People of the Universe band in 1976. Established in January 1977, Charter 77 represented the only opposition to the Communist government in Czechoslovakia for a long time. It would be another 12 years before the Velvet Revolution brought an end to the communist regime in 1989.
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