srijeda, 16. siječnja 2019.

BEBI DOL - Mustafa (1981) Single











































BEBI DOL is a Serbian female pop/rock singer and performer. Her name is a deliberate corruption of the English Baby Doll, which she also uses in some countries to credit her records. In 1981, Bebi Dol released her solo debut, oriental music-inspired single "Mustafa", which she composed together with Saša Habić. The song featured the recording of Slobodan Konjović's voice. Konjović was, at the time, Studio B musical editor, and participated in "Mustafa" production. (from wikipedia)

OLIVER MANDIĆ - Pitaju me, pitaju, oko moje (1984) Single











































OLIVER MANDIĆ promo single record from 1984.

ponedjeljak, 14. siječnja 2019.

OLIVER MANDIĆ - Ljuljaj me nežno (1978) Single











































OLIVER MANDIĆ first single record from 1978.

OLIVER MANDIĆ - Dođe mi da vrisnem tvoje ime (1985)









































OLIVER MANDIĆ (born 13 July 1953 in Titovo Užice, Serbia, Yugoslavia) is a Serbian pop musician, composer, and producer - very prominent and popular throughout the 1980s. In 1985, he triumphed at the MESAM festival with folkish track "Pomagajte drugovi". He used the widely publicized festival appearance to promote his third album "Dođe mi da vrisnem tvoje ime", produced by Peter Taggart. In addition to the title track, the album brought further hits that flirt with folk. The same year also saw him take part in YU Rock Misija, Yugoslav contribution to Bob Geldof's Band Aid. For all intents and purposes, this is when Mandić's solo recording career ended, at least in the classic album-tour-album sense, as he began keeping a noticeably lower profile on the pop scene. He got an executive job at the PGP-RTB record label, where he stayed for most of 1986 and 1987, before releasing a greatest hits compilation "Sve najbolje" that marked the 10th anniversary of his solo career. The same year, 1987, saw Mandić team up with Nikša Bratoš to produce Boris Novković's second album "Jači od sudbine", which sold very well. Mandić also received an offer to produce Plavi Orkestar's second album "Smrt fašizmu", but turned it down. For the remainder of the decade Mandić recorded an album of children's music "Deca bez adrese" with popular children's entertainer and TV personality Branko Kockica, and in 1989 he again collaborated with his old friend Dušan Prelević who wrote a screenplay for the movie "Poslednji krug u Monci". Mandić recorded the movie's title track "Odlazim, a volim te", which became a sizable commercial hit. The song, along with some other material that Mandić used in the movie, all came from the recordings he made with different musicians such as Chick Corea, Herbie Hancock, and Pat Metheny while staying in the United States during the late 1980s. (from wikipedia)

nedjelja, 13. siječnja 2019.

OLIVER MANDIĆ - Probaj me (1981)











































OLIVER MANDIĆ first album from 1981.

  

MIKI PETKOVSKI - Ko zna (1979)











































MIKI PETKOVSKI was born in Skopje, Macedonia in 1951., in former Yugoslavia. He is classically trained musician, pianist and celloist. He played keyboards on SMAK's acclaimed album "Crna dama" in 1977. He left the group in 1978 and recorded solo album "Ko zna" in 1979 in jazz rock style. He was also a member of LEB I SOL for a brief period in 1980, replacing their original keyboardist Koki Dimuševski, but soon thereafter left for Canada. (from progarchives.com)

četvrtak, 10. siječnja 2019.

RITAM SRCA - Uzmi me (1989) Single










































RITAM SRCA promo single record from 1989.

RITAM SRCA - Pod tvojim prozorom (1989)











































RITAM SRCA was a pop/rock band from Zenica (Bosnia and Herzegovina), founded by Amir Spahić (guitar) and Mladen Vidović (vocal), after leaving the group Nemoguće vruće. This is their first album from 1989.

srijeda, 9. siječnja 2019.

VANJA STOJKOVIĆ - Lutkica (1965-1969)



































VANJA STOJKOVIĆ is a female pop singer from Subotica (Serbia) in former Yugoslavia. These are her most popular songs from 1965-1969.

FLOWER ROCKY BOYS - Ulična svetla (1990) Maxi single











































FLOWER ROCKY BOYS were a Serbian rock band from Novi Sad, active in period 1987-1993 in former Yugoslavia. Members were Slobodan Dulović (vocals), Bogdan Kljakić (bass), Dragan Kašiković (drums) and Milan Malešević (guitar). This is their EP from 1990.

utorak, 8. siječnja 2019.

GRUPA MI - Sjećanja (1969-1970)





































GRUPA MI formed in 1966, in Šibenik, Croatia (ex-Yugoslavia) from members of two teenage bands 'Magneti' and 'Mjesečari'. Going to college next year in Zagreb, they gain the reputation of great R&B and soul band, and through the next years they secure their lead position on dance floors and concerts throughout Croatia. After consecutive engagements in Zagreb Student centre at the end of the 60's, popular band from Šibenik gained the cult status of a favorite group with a dalmatian and american southern accent. The lead singer Neven Mijat was the one to contribute that. It is his voice that defined the genre and repertoar of the band (Ray Charles, James Brown, Otis Redding). Still, one of the biggest hits of the band was the song ''Bam Bam Ba Ba Lu Bam'', whose author is Neven Mijat. Grupa Mi stopped with active engagements on stage in 1972., but in 2001., in front of Šibenik's City Hall, they again played the unforgettable concert named "Poziv na ples". (from artinbase.com)

GRUPA MI - La-la-la (1971) Single









































"La-la-la" is the third single record released by GRUPA MI.