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The musical was a great success, and it was performed in five countries. The third album Bummm! With this album the band finally became a success in Hungary, too. In the band again travelled to Great Britain, where they were seen on the TV and played some concerts and recorded some songs. Jimmy Miller , the Rolling Stones record producer, worked with them on this English language album. The album was completed, however it remained unreleased because the band returned to Hungary and the ABC label decided not to put it out.
Most of the material was remixed later and released in Hungary exclusively in They even had a TV show together. In the band created their next album, Locomotiv GT V. Laux had departed the band by this time so as to move to the USA in order to become a record producer and engineer there. But besides their success, the four musicians in LGT experienced some setbacks, e.
Also they were forbidden to perform in their own country. In they were only able to release a double single, but all four songs on it became well known and very popular. This was the first album for which the band received royalties: when 25 copies had been sold, each member of the band would receive 0,70 forints for each additional album that was sold.
In , they toured the UK, supporting 10 CC. History Origins of the Band In the Hungarian Youth Magazine had assembled a super group based on the results of a reader poll; creating a fan's dr. It was released in December That was the result of a conscious decision made by the group; they intended to play high-quality rock music resembling more to that of made by English and American groups. Unlike albums released by LGT in the second half of the s, the instrumentation of Locomotiv GT is somewhat simple, the saxophone being the only "exotic" instrument.
The music is built around the virtuoso guitar playing of Barta, and the masterful organ playing of Presser; in addition, Frenreisz plays his bass more powerfully than most of his Hungarian peers, and the drumming of Laux is also worth to mention. The style of the songs does not really fit in with the typical Hungarian pop music of t. Omega is a Hungarian rock band.
This new septet provided the band with its first stable line-up, one which would last until During a brief period singer Zsuzsa Koncz performed wit. The album was banned due to Laux' immigration to the United States, which was illegal at the time. He is mostly known for having been a member of Hungarian rock bands Omega and Locomotiv GT and for composing several of their successful songs. Beside of being a singer, his main instruments were bass guitar, clarinet, and the saxophone.
He died of cancer on 19 July at the age of He is member in Locomotiv GT and was member in Omega, a prominent personality of the Hungarian pop music.
He started to deal with composing as a teenager. Presser was already a teenager, and. Life Frenreisz first studied piano, and then learned to play the clarinet, saxophone, and bass. In , he was a founding member of the band Locomotiv GT, where he was the bassist, brass player, and the lead singer.
Hungarian pop is the pop music scene of Hungary. He was also noted for singing the song Gloomy Sunday. He also appeared in the film St. Its instrumentation was worked out and rehearsed in Budapest, the album was recorded at MHV Studios also in the Hungarian capital, whereas the running order was put together by the band at a restaurant on Oxford Street, London. While on Locomotiv GT they used electric instruments almost exclusively, the instrumentation of Ringasd el magad is much more complex.
The songs reflect the influence of many genres. It was released in late autumn The band recorded the album without guest musicians. This was the first Locomotiv GT album without guests since the Mindig magasabbra album of The album was also released in Czechslovakia. Edda Hungarian rock has been a part of the popular music of Hungary since the early s. At the time, rock was not approved of by the Hungarian Communist authorities. Some members of the other bands formed a supergroup called Locomotiv GT, while the band Omega became very popular in Germany. In the 70s, however, the Russians cracked down on subversives in Hungary, and rock was a major target.
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