ponedjeljak, 27. studenoga 2017.

SRĐAN MARJANOVIĆ - Ne ostavljaj me sad (1976) Single

SRĐAN MARJANOVIĆ sixth single record from 1976.

LUCKY STAR - Lucky Star (1988)

LUCKY STAR was a country group from Zagreb (Croatia) in former Yugoslavia. The group founded by Zoran Bokan (acoustic guitar and vocals) and Sanja Blažević (vocals). This is their first album from 1988.

nedjelja, 26. studenoga 2017.

KOTRLJAJUĆE KAMENJE - Samo je ljubav (1990)

KOTRLJAJUĆE KAMENJE was a rock band from Sarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina) in former Yugoslavia. This is their first album from 1990.

CASSABLANCA - Gloria (1989)

CASSABLANCA was a rock band from Slavonski Brod (Croatia) in former Yugoslavia. This is their only one album from 1989.

srijeda, 15. studenoga 2017.

PAUK - Mumije lažu (1983)

PAUK one and only one album from 1983. (thanks to leopnd)

PAUK - Momak iz provincije (1981) Single

PAUK was founded in 1978, in Zavidovići (Bosnia and Herzegovina) in former Yugoslavia. They released one single record "Momak iz provincije/Bijeg" in 1981, and an album "Mumije lažu" in 1983.

utorak, 14. studenoga 2017.

ČUVARI PARKA - Ženske ruke (1985) Single

ČUVARI PARKA was a rock band from Slavonski Brod (Croatia) in former Yugoslavia. This is their only one single record from 1985. (thanks to Sacred Reich)

LADO LESKOVAR - Memfis Tenesi (1966) EP

LADO LESKOVAR is Slovenian pop singer from Ljubljana. He was very popular during the sixties and seventies in former Yugoslavia. This is his second EP from 1966.

ponedjeljak, 13. studenoga 2017.

LADO LESKOVAR - To ni zame zadoščenje (1967)

This is LADO LESKOVAR cover version of The Rolling Stones song "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" from 1967.

MILAN FERLEŽ - Hiša vzhajajočega sonca (1967)

MILAN FERLEŽ was Slovenian guitarist and composer. He died in 2006. This is his cover version of traditional song "The House Of The Rising Sun" from 1967.

četvrtak, 9. studenoga 2017.


JADRANKA STOJAKOVIĆ is a Bosnian singer-songwriter popular in the former Yugoslavia, known for her unique, beautiful voice. Born in Sarajevo to a family of school teachers (her father is from Doboj, her mother from Dalmatia), Jadranka's first years were spent in a small village near Bosanski Novi where her parents got assigned to teach. Her parents soon divorced and she moved with her mother to Sarajevo, before soon continuing on to Dubrovnik, Gradac na Moru, Vareš, small towns which experienced shortages of primary school teachers where her mother would get work. They eventually settled in various villages around Sarajevo, which is where Jadranka spent a notable part of her childhood. At the age of 16, Jadranka Stojaković joined her uncle Vukašin Radulović's jazz group and performed with them throughout the country as well other parts of Europe (mostly Germany). In 1981 she sang backing vocals with Ismeta Dervoz for Yugoslav representative Vajta at the 1981 Eurovision Contest in Ireland. In 1984, when the Winter Olympics were held in her native Sarajevo, she sang the official theme song of the Games. Around that time, she was awarded the prize given to Yugoslavia's best artist. She was among the country's most talented and admired singers and songwriters. Since 1988, Jadranka Stojaković mostly resides in Japan. This is her first EP from 1973. (from wikipedia)

JADRANKA STOJAKOVIĆ - Sve te više volim (1985)

JADRANKA STOJAKOVIĆ third album from 1985.