četvrtak, 10. srpnja 2014.

ZABRANJENO PUŠENJE - Das Ist Walter (1984)










































ZABRANJENO PUŠENJE was founded in 1981, in Sarajevo, Bosnia And Herzegovina (ex-Yugoslavia). The band they formed was called Pseudobluz Band. All members were involved in the radio show "Top lista nadrealista", so they already had stage names. The original line-up consisted of Nenad Janković (vocals, keyboards), Davor Sučić (guitar), Zenit Đozić (drums), Mustafa Čengić (guitar), Mladen Mitić (bass guitar) and Ognjen Gajić (saxophone, flute). They were occasionally accompanied by Mirko Srdić as a guest, since he had his own band, "Elvis J. Kurtović & his Meteors". They soon started calling themselves "Pseudobluz bend Zabranjeno Pušenje", and after some time simply dropped the first part. Their first recording, "Penzioneri na more idu zimi", was made for Radio Sarajevo in early 1981. They performed around Sarajevo for two years before recording their first album "Das ist Walter" in June 1984, for Jugoton label. The line-up was altered and now Nenad Janković's younger brother Dražen Janković was on organ and Predrag Rakić took drums. Although it was publicized that Nenad Janković and Davor Sučić wrote the first album material, the fact is that Mustafa Čengić (lead guitar) and Mladen Mitić (bass guitar) were unpublished composers of a large portion of it, and also greatly influenced and contributed to all song arrangements. The album was initially released in 3000 copies, but the final count was 100,000 copies sold, setting a record for exceeding the initial release by 30 times. In autumn 1984 they embarked on a 60-concert nation-wide tour, making them one of the biggest Yugoslav rock attractions after just one album. (from wikipedia)


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