nedjelja, 15. ožujka 2015.

DEJAN CUKIĆ & SPORI RITAM BAND - Zajedno (1989)










































As a teenager DEJAN CUKIĆ was a singer of band Dizel. After leaving Dizel, he joined Tilt, and later Bulevar. Cukić released two albums with Bulevar: "Loš i mlad" and "Mala noćna panika". After Bulevar disbaned in 1982, Cukić started working as a journalist. In 1984 he became a member of Bajaga i Instruktori. He recorded three albums with Bajaga i Instruktori: "Pozitivna geografija", "Sa druge strane jastuka" and "Jahači magle". In the spring of 1987 he released his first solo album "Spori ritam". Album featured a cover of Azra's song "A šta da radim". The same summer Cukić went on Bajaga i Instruktori Soviet Union tour, which was his last tour with the band. In 1988 he formed Spori Ritam Bend. The first lineup of the band featured Dragan Mitrić (keyboard), Vlada Negovanović (guitar), Safet Petrovac (guitar), Slobodan Jurišić (drums), and Branko Isaković (bass guitar). In 1989 Isaković became a member of Kerber, and Bata Božanić replaced him. This lineup recorded album "Zajedno". The title track was a cover of The Beatles' song "Come Together". At the time Petrovac left the band and Božanić was replaced by Nenad Novaković. In 1991 both Isaković and Petrovac returned to the band. Album "1991" was soon released. It featured a cover of Bulevar's song "Nestašni dečaci". As Yugoslav wars started, Cukić made a three-year break. (from wikipedia)



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