subota, 16. travnja 2016.

TOMI SOVILJ & NJEGOVE SILUETE - Za jedan časak radosti (1966-67)












































TOMI SOVILJ & NJEGOVE SILUETE was formed in 1964, in Beograd, Serbia (ex-Yugoslavia) when Tomi Sovilj left Zoran Miščević's "Siluete". In 1966 they recorded their first EP for "Diskos" and in 1967 they recorded another EP for same disco company. In late 60s Tomi Sovilj arrived in America and sings in american rock clubs.

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  1. Ovo je super! Uvik se radujem kad vidim da si stavio neki bivsi PUNK album ili neke cover verzije od starih englskih pisama ... nadam da se da ces i dalje nastaviti!!!

    HVALA ZA SVE!!!


    Bilo bi super ako imas takve verzije od pisama iz 70ih i 80ih!!!

    Tio sam te isto pitat (jer samo ti bi mogao znati ... lol) da li postoje neke Ex-Yu Synthpop grupe kao Depeche Mode/Yazoo/Erasure (osim Denis is Denis)

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    1. Imaš takve grupa na mom blogu Aja Sofija, Beograd, Max & Intro, Kozmetika itd.

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  2. Hvala na odgovor. Te cu sada zaslusati.

    Neznam da li je legenda istina, ali tio sam viditi da li imas original snimku od "STRANGERS IN THE NIGHT (Ivo Robic):

    It is sometimes claimed that the Croatian singer Ivo Robić was the original composer of "Strangers in the Night," and that he sold the rights to Kaempfert after entering it without success in a song contest in Yugoslavia. This has not been substantiated. Robić—often referred to as "Mr. Morgen" for his 1950s charts success with Morgen, created in collaboration with Bert Kaempfert—was rather the singer of the Croatian-language version of the song, called "Stranci u Noći."[citation needed]

    It was published in 1966 by the Yugoslav record company Jugoton under the serial number EPY-3779. On the label of the record, B. Kaempfert and M. Renota are stated as authors, wherein Marija Renota is the creator of the Croatian lyrics. The original composition of "Strangers" was under the title "Beddy Bye"—referring to the lead character William Beddoes—as an instrumental for the score of the movie A Man Could Get Killed.[citation needed]



    "Strangers in the Night" is a popular song credited to Bert Kaempfert with English lyrics by Charles Singleton and Eddie Snyder.[1] Kaempfert originally used it under the title "Beddy Bye" as part of the instrumental score for the movie A Man Could Get Killed.[1] The song was made famous in 1966 by Frank Sinatra.[2][3]

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