ponedjeljak, 23. listopada 2017.
nedjelja, 22. listopada 2017.
Pop rock group THE MONTENEGRO FIVE was established in the late sixties in Montenegro (ex-Yugoslavia). They were very popular in the sixties and seventies in the former Yugoslavia, and they recorded a few albums for the European market. They split up in the late seventies.
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petak, 20. listopada 2017.
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srijeda, 18. listopada 2017.
utorak, 17. listopada 2017.
ponedjeljak, 16. listopada 2017.
nedjelja, 15. listopada 2017.
subota, 14. listopada 2017.
petak, 13. listopada 2017.
DUGE were a rock band from Osijek (Croatia) in former Yugoslavia, active from 1975-1982. Members were Damir Vojvodić (guitar), Damir Mihić (guitar), Damir Prlić (vocal), Berislav Crnković (drums) and Željko Gusić (bass guitar). They recorded a few songs for Radio Osijek.
četvrtak, 12. listopada 2017.
TREF was a rock band from Osijek (Croatia), active in the seventies. Members were Slobodan Ivanović-Danče (guitar), Zlatko Vukasović-Kec (bass guitar), Ivica Matković-Makika (drums), Boro Vidović (vocals) and Damir Rokšer-Roco (keyboards). They recorded a few songs for Radio Osijek.
srijeda, 11. listopada 2017.
Frequently compared to Macedonia's most famous progressive rock group Leb i Sol, personally I don't hear it so much. DEN ZA DEN are way more fiery, with a stronger melodic sense. Still there's no denying the late 70's fusion sound. What separates Den za den from the pack is the exceptional guitarist, the distinct melodies, and perhaps best of all, the insane drumming along the lines of Arti + Mestieri. I'm a sucker for active drummers, so I naturally rate this one higher than other fusion albums of the era. Maybe Slovakia's Fermata is the closest comparison amongst the usual suspects like Mahavishnu Orchestra and Weather Report. (from rateyourmusic.com)