Josef Kytnar is a programmer and LP collector. His brother played in the band Makyota and Josef was a “non-playing” member of the band. He is the co-author of a discography overview of rock (and similar genres) recordings on LPs (Balák Miroslav, and Kytnar, Josef. 1998. Československý rock na gramofonových deskách: Rocková diskografie 1960–1997. Prague: Indies Records). Josef Kytnar was one of the founders of the Popmuseum, the institution owning a large collection of items connected to Czech and Slovak pop music, and he is active in its branch in Brno, where the archive of LPs is located, until today. Within Popmuseum, he is engaged in the digitization of music records, mainly LPs. He has a collection of almost 10,000 LPs, especially Czech and Slovak rock, pop and jazz music.
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- Bárta, Jan
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