nedjelja, 17. listopada 2021.

ČARLI & GRUPA BLOW UP - Kad bi tvoje ruke (1978) Single


ČARLI & GRUPA BLOW UP was a pop-rock band from Daruvar (Croatia) in former Yugoslavia. This is their one and only one single record from 1978.

PETAR UGRIN - Samo muzika (1979)


PETAR UGRIN was a  Slovenian jazz musician (trumpet, violin) and composer. He was a member of many Yugoslavian jazz projects at the time (Mladi levi, September, Jugoslovenska pop selekcija, Greentown Jazz Band etc.). He died in 2001.

subota, 16. listopada 2021.

KRIK - Krik (1986)


KRIK was a rock band from Serbia, in former Yugoslavia. This is their one and only one album from 1986. All further informations are welcome.

SRCE - Gvendolina, kdo je bil? (1972) Single


SRCE was founded in 1972, in Slovenia (ex-Yugoslavia) by the famous Slovenian singer and guitarist Janez Bončina-Benč. They recorded only one EP and they split up in 1972.

petak, 15. listopada 2021.

KORNI GRUPA - Cigu-ligu (1969) Single


KORNI GRUPA first single record from 1969.

KORNI GRUPA - Mrtvo more (1975)


Disappointed by a lack of success, KORNELIJE KOVAČ decided to disband KORNI GRUPA after the last concert in Novi Sad, in November 1974. The third album "Mrtvo more" was released post-humuous as the first Yugoslavian double LP. The first record contained parts of their farewell concert in Novi Sad, while the second record was a sort of "Best of" collection of their pop singles.

četvrtak, 14. listopada 2021.

KORNI GRUPA - The Singles (1969-1972)


Compilation album of singles records by KORNI GRUPA from 1969-1972.

KORNI GRUPA - Korni grupa (1972)


KORNI GRUPA was formed in September 1968 in Beograd, Serbia (ex-Yugoslavia) by former Indexi keyboardist Kornelije Kovač. The first lineup of the band included guitarist Borko Kacl (a former Zlatni Dečaci member), bass guitarist Bojan Hreljac (a former Elipse member), drummer Vladimir "Furda" Furduj (a former Ellipse member) and female singer Miroslava "Seka" Kojadinović. The band had its first live appearance in Belgrade's Dom sindikata at the sportsman-of-the-year award ceremony. In 1969 Dalibor Brun left the band conventionally, and the band's new singer became a former Dinamiti member Dado Topić who soon after brought another former Dinamiti member, guitarist Josip Boček to the band. Borko Kacl soon left the band, and retired from music (and died in a car accident at the beginning of 1980s). With Dado Topić Korni Grupa turned to more progressive-oriented sound, recording songs "Jedna žena", "Prvo svetlo u kući broj 4" and "Žena je luka a čovek brod". At the 1970 Zagreb music festival Korni Grupa won both audience and jury awards. The same year they recorded music for Miša Radivojević's movie "Bube u glavi". This project was followed by a number of hit songs: "Trla baba lan" (which will later be recorded in French by singer Dalida, and later on in several other different languages by a number of artists) and "Slika", among others.(from wikipedia)


utorak, 12. listopada 2021.

KORNI GRUPA - Poema 1941 (1979)


Composition "1941" was written for TV show "Jedan čovek, jedna pesma" in 1971. And it is, in fact, the first album of KORNI GRUPA. Main vocals on this album were Dado Topić and Josipa Lisac.

KORNI GRUPA - Trla baba lan (1969-1971)


KORNI GRUPA ultimate collection of songs with Dado Topić as a singer.

subota, 9. listopada 2021.

KORNI GRUPA - Pusti da te diram (1971) Single


KORNI GRUPA fifth single record from 1971.

KORNELYANS - Not An Ordinary Life (1974)


"Not An Ordinary Life" is the second album by KORNI GRUPA (aka KORNELYANS. Album was recorded in Italy with better sound equipment and more careful production. The material ranged from the complex jazzy progressive rock of the title track to the sentimental (but memorable} ballad "Generation 1942". "Fall Off The Land Of Woman" was a re-recording of "Bezglave Ja-Ha Horde" from their first album. This is one of the best Yugoslavian rock albums ever made, really a great achievement. The Italian edition had English lyrics, unlike the domestic release. (from wikipedia)