Weird and Wonderful Czech Album Covers

From frameable to funny, our favorite Czech vintage vinyl, chosen with help from Happyfeet record store

It’s a great time to be a record collector in Prague with a number of new shops openings and, for the truly obsessed, regular events like the upcoming St. Nicholas Vinyl Record Bazaar on Saturday, December 6 at Malostranská Beseda. One of the many vendors who will be on hand that day is Magdalena, the owner of the Happyfeet record shop in Pasáž Lucerna whose tiny shop specializes in big sounds. Here she helps us choose some of the most memorable covers from her bins of funk, soul, R&B…

Recorded Live at a Czechoslovak Party, Zdeněk Procházka Ensemble

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Photo: www.bizarrerecords.com

Dancing Through the Christmas Time (1978)
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Weird and Wonderful Czech Album Covers

Petr & Pavel Orm, Discofil (1979)
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Weird and Wonderful Czech Album Covers

Prague Ham
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Weird and Wonderful Czech Album Covers

Variace, Orchestr Josefa Vobruby (1979)
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Weird and Wonderful Czech Album Covers

Helena Vondráčková, Helen’s Island (1970)
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Weird and Wonderful Czech Album Covers

Weird and Wonderful Czech Album Covers

Josef Lauer Comedian

Weird and Wonderful Czech Album Covers

The Fascinating Star Eva Pilarova (1972)
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Weird and Wonderful Czech Album Covers

Come Here My Old Lady, Bluesberry (1990)
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Weird and Wonderful Czech Album Covers

Your Body Flew Away, Dr Max (1986)
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Weird and Wonderful Czech Album Covers

Weird and Wonderful Czech Album Covers

Little Big Man, Miroslav Dudáček (1979)
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Weird and Wonderful Czech Album Covers

Golden Kids 1 (1968)
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Weird and Wonderful Czech Album Covers

Shut Up, Jiří Korn (1971)
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Weird and Wonderful Czech Album Covers

Micro Magic Circus, Golden Kids (1969)
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Weird and Wonderful Czech Album Covers

Chicken in a Wristwatch, Flamengo (1972)
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Weird and Wonderful Czech Album Covers

Circles, Pavel Novák (1974)
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Weird and Wonderful Czech Album Covers

The City, Mikoláš Chadima & The Extempore Band (1991)
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Weird and Wonderful Czech Album Covers

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