utorak, 9. lipnja 2015.

GENERACIJA 5 - Umoran od svega (1979) Single










































GENERACIJA 5 was officially formed on July 1, 1977 by Dragoljub Ilić (keyboard), Boban Đorđević (drums), Jovan Rašić (vocals), Dragan "Krle" Jovanović (guitar) and Dušan "Duda" Petrović (bass guitar). They released their debut 7" single with songs "Novi život" and "Izgubljeni san" in May 1978, and after the single release performed on the rock evening of Omladinski festival in Subotica. Soon after, Petrović left the band due to his army obligations, and was temporarily replaced by Miloš Stojisavljević. In 1979, Generacija 5 released their second 7" single with songs "Svemu dođe kraj" and "Noćni mir". They performed at the music festival in Opatija and won the Best Use of Folk Music Elements Award. In October Rašić left the band, and was replaced by Goran Milošević, with whom the band moved towards more commercial sound. In November, they released their third 7" single with songs "Umoran od svega" and their cult ballad "Ti samo budi dovoljno daleko". At the time, their music was used in Zoran Čalić's movie "Došlo doba da se ljubav proba". After the "Umoran od svega" single release, the band started experimenting with jazz rock and soon gained a loyal fan-base. The critics, however, criticized the band for their lyrics and the fact that some of their biggest hits were written by the authors outside the band (most notably Bora Đorđević and Kornelije Kovač). Generacija 5 released their debut self-titled album, produced by Josip Boček, in 1980. Their second album "Dubler", produced by Peter Taggart, was released in 1982, and in June of the same year Generacija 5 disbanded. (from wikipedia)


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