nregistrări la Cenaclul Flacăra. Album Name Înregistrări la Cenaclul Flacăra. Labels Self-Released. Music StyleHard-Rock. Members owning this album0. 1. Balada Controlorului.
Cenaclul Flacăra Adrian Păunescu. Manifestare de muzică, poezie şi dialog, Remember Cenaclul Flacăra - Adrian Păunescu .
Type: Album + Compilation.
Flacăra was a manifestation of vast proportions of music and poetry, lead by the national poet Adrian Păunescu. He helped Iris to release their first album in early 1984, in a period dominated by the communist censorship. More than that, Păunescu wrote the lyrics for "The Train Without Its Master" and the song quickly became an anthem for the Romanian rockers and disidents, and continues to be a freedom anthem to this day. The releasing of this song represented a lack of inspection for the Culture Council, many people associating the "master" with Nicolae Ceauşescu
Cenaclul Flacăra (Romanian for "The Flame Literary Circle") was a cultural and artistic movement in Socialist Republic of Romania led by poet Adrian Păunescu. Between 1973 and 1985, it organized shows and concerts which, although rebellious in comparison to the official entertainment, promoted Nicolae Ceaușescu's cult of personality and the ideology of National Communism. As events organized by Cenaclul Flacăra grew in popularity, the group began touring Romania, organizing events in various concert halls and soccer stadiums. Shows usually started at around 8pm, and rarely ended before 4am. Many of the performers stayed on and toured together. All told, some 1615 events were run, featuring a large number of artists and performers, and some debuted or became popular with its help.