nedjelja, 12. srpnja 2020.

RIBLJA ČORBA - Kost u grlu (1979)





































"Kost u grlu" is the 1979 debut album from influential Serbian and former Yugoslav rock band RIBLJA ČORBA. The album was polled in 1998 as the 16th on the list of 100 greatest Yugoslav rock and pop albums in the book "YU 100: Najbolji albumi Jugoslovenske rok i pop glazbe".

RIBLJA ČORBA - Koza nostra (1990)




































"Koza nostra" is the tenth studio album from Serbian and former Yugoslav rock band RIBLJA ČORBA, released in 1990. "Koza nostra" is the first studio album recorded with guitarist Zoran Ilić, who came to Riblja Čorba as a replacement for Nikola Čuturilo. The song "Al Kapone" featured Branimir Štulić and Azra members on backing vocals. "Gde si u ovom glupom hotelu" featured former Suncokret members Gorica Popović, Snežana Jandrlić and Biljana Krstić on backing vocals. Keyboards on the album were played by Bajaga i Instruktori member Saša Lokner. The album hits included a cover of Chuck Berry's song "Memphis, Tennessee", Riblja Čorba version entitled "Crna Gora, Bar", the punk rock song "Deca", and "Tito je vaš", which directly ridiculed late Yugoslav president Josip Broz Tito. (from wikipedia)

nedjelja, 5. srpnja 2020.

DINKA & BRANKA - Kad bi... (1979) Single









































DINKA & BRANKA were an acoustic duo from Novi Sad (Serbia), active in late 70s and first half of 80s in former Yugoslavia. Their discography includes only one single record "Kad bi..." from 1979.

SVILLENY - Slobodne vrijednosti (1990)









































SVILLENY was a rock band from Banja Luka (Bosnia and Herzegovina) in former Yugoslavia. This is their demo recordings from 1990. (thanks to peropero7)