Šeban - Rózsa - Buntaj was a trio of session musicians from Slovakia, formed around 1995. Apart from working with several Slovak artists such as Jaro Filip, Richard Müller and Peter Lipa, they were known for their long, instrumental compositions and improvised live performances. Their music, although difficult to categorize, shares similarities with progressive rock bands such as King Crimson or earlier Pink Floyd recordings. The trio transformed into Free Faces after being joined by vocalist Maroš Hečko. Despite the fact, they remained active as a trio, producing two instrumental recordings Milión Bohov and Kamakura. Their collaboration gradually fizzled out during 2000s, after both Šeban and Rózsa started to pursue solo work. After a long hiatus, the trio was re-united to record Richard Müller's Cigaretka na 2 ťahy.
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