MIŠO KOVAČ is a Croatian singer of pop music from Zagreb. He is the biggest selling artist from the former Yugoslavia, with well over 20 million records, cassettes and compact discs sold to date. This is his fourth single record from 1968.
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BEZIMENI started in Zagreb, Croatia (ex-Yugoslavia) in 1961. Band founded by Janko Mlinarić Truli (bass and vocal) with Slaven Rački (guitar), Željko Margetić Marga (guitar), Petko Kantardžijev Mlinac (keyboards), Mahmut Ismailovski (saxophones) and Radovan Krajnović Braco (drums and vocal). They split in 1964.
Croatian short-lived garage rock band MACHINE GUN from Knin (Croatia) in former Yugoslavia, active in period 1988-1991. Members were Aleksandar Ardalić Lenko (guitar and vocals), Goran Simić Baja (bass) and Srećko Kmetić (drums).
ponedjeljak, 21. kolovoza 2017.
VLADIMIR ERDEG-MEDA was rock musician from Subotica (Serbia) in former Yugoslavia. He died in 2014. This is his first single record from 1980. (thanks to zomir)
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subota, 19. kolovoza 2017.
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četvrtak, 17. kolovoza 2017.
TOMAŽ PENGOV is an acoustic guitar player and singer/songwriter from Ljubljana, Slovenia (ex-Yugoslavia). He recorded his first album "Odpotovanja" in 1973, reissued in 1981 in stereo. The original mono edition is very rare now. Pengov sings and plays 12 string guitar and lute. His music is original, the closest comparison is perhaps early Leonard Cohen. He took eight years (from 1980 to 1988) to record his second album, "Pripovedi", recorded with guest musicians. The music is still acoustic, but more varied. Later in the 1990s, he recorded two more albums, "Rimska cesta"(1992) and "Biti tu"(1995). (from answers.com)
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utorak, 15. kolovoza 2017.
ponedjeljak, 14. kolovoza 2017.
BIRDLAND was obscure jazz rock group formed by Serbian students in Bern, Switzerland during the spring of 1978. The initial line-up was Predrag Banković on guitars, Dragan Marinković on bass, Boris Relja on piano, Beat Rauch on drums and Umil Bengi on percussion. In 1979, when Bridland returned to Yugoslavia to record their first album for Radio Televizija Beograd, Marinković and Bengi left the band, Rauch switched from drums to percussion and Borivoje Vukadinović (bass) along with Peter Hurni (drums) joined the band. (from apps79, RYM)