subota, 12. lipnja 2021.

LAKI PINGVINI - Šizika (1983) Mini LP

 























LAKI PINGVINI mini album from 1983.

LAKI PINGVINI - Muzika za mlade (1984)

 























LAKI PINGVINI was a pop rock band formed in 1979, in Beograd (Serbia). After two albums group disbanded in 1986, but regrouped again in 1995, releasing "Laki Pingvini Stereo" album. Soon after, they stopped working. 

petak, 11. lipnja 2021.

DRAGSTOR - Dragstor (1980)

 























DRAGSTOR was a rock band from Beograd (Serbia) in former Yugoslavia. This is their two songs from 1980.

4M - Dolazi dan (1964) EP

 























Kvartet 4M was Croatian vocal group from Zagreb active in period 1956-1974. They represented Yugoslavia on Eurosong competition in 1969 reaching 13th place. This is their seventh EP from 1964, recorded with the band "Bijele strijele".

srijeda, 9. lipnja 2021.

VLADIMIR FURDUJ - Furda (1985)

 























VLADIMIR FURDUJ is a drummer and percussionist. He was member of 'Elipse' and 'Korni Grupa'. This is his solo album from 1985.

NESSI - Nessi (1982-1985)

 























NESSI was a rock band from Osijek (Croatia) formed in 1982. Members were Zoran Anić (guitar), Boro Vidović (vocal), Goran Pleslić (bass), Đorđe Patković (guitar), Rajko Rankić (saxophone) and Dražen Zelenika (drums). 

nedjelja, 6. lipnja 2021.

ISKRE - Stalaktit (Sve EPY ploče 1964-1965)

 























ISKRE was formed in 1961, in Beograd, Serbia (ex-Yugoslavia) by the students Slavoljub Bogdanović (rhythm guitar), Miloš Sekulić (guitar), Gligorije Milanović (bass guitar), and Draško Reljin (drums). The band choose their name after Iskra amplifiers (originally designed for movie theaters) they used at the beginning of their career. The band started their career by playing instrumentals inspired by the music of The Tornados, and soon achieved notable popularity. They often performed at pop concerts and dances and appeared on Radio Belgrade. Iskre were one of the first Yugoslav bands that appeared on recordings by pop music singers: they recorded with Zafir Hadžimanov (covers of Cliff Richard songs), Ivanka Pavlović, Zoran Rambosek, and others. During 1963 Iskre often performed with female vocalist Brankica Sučević (an official member of Safiri). The band wanted to record their debut EP with her, but the editors of Diskos record label insisted that the band record the EP with the then-popular female singer Ivanka Pavlović. The EP with songs "Mala Šeila", "Locomotion", "Peppermint Twist", and "Slušaj pesmu" was eventually released under Ivanka Pavlović's name only. The EP soon became the second best-selling Yugoslav pop music record (behind Nikola Karović's "Mala Grkinja"). After the recording of the EP Milanović left the band, and was replaced by Dragan Mirković. In January 1964 the band won the first place at the "Parada ritma" festival held at Dom sindikata. Several months later they held their first solo concert at Kolarac People's University, and soon after released their official debut EP, with songs "Stalaktit" (a cover of a Les Aiglons song), "Šeba", "Rock za dobro jutro" and "Zvončići". After the release of the EP Mirković left the band, and was replaced by a former Siluete and Lutalice member Branko Gluščević. During 1965 they recorded two EPs, both featuring four songs, three of them being instrumental tracks. They appeared in Toma Janjić's film "Glasam za ljubav", becoming the first Yugoslav rock band to appear on film. At this time the band's popularity declined, due to the popularity of new rock genres. The band started covering Macedonian traditional songs, but did not see expected success. During January and February 1966 they performed at Belgrade Gitarijada where they won the fifth place. Soon after they disbanded. (from wikipedia)

STOP - Hey Jimi (1984)

 























STOP fourth album from 1984.