ponedjeljak, 31. prosinca 2018.

PILOTI - Piloti (1981)

PILOTI debut album was released on August 27, 1981 by PGP-RTB and produced by Dragan Jovanović. All of the tracks were composed and written by Kiki Lesandrić, with the exception of "Imam diplomu", "Svi smo mi ponekad anđeli" and "Veseli momci", co-written by Lesandrić and Goran Bogićević. Song "Ne veruj u idole" became an instant hit, and was included on several New Wave compilation records. (from wikipedia)

PILOTI - Osmeh letnje noći (1988)

PILOTI fourth album "Osmeh letnje noći" was published on May 11, 1988 by PGP-RTB, and produced by the band themselves for the first time. The author of all the songs was Kiki Lesandrić. Musicians who contributed to this album were Saša Lokner (keyboards), Bane Lesendrić (backing vocals), Viktorija (backing vocals in song "Sa tvoje strane ulice") and Zoran Vračević (percussion). The greatest hit from this album was "Leto" and minor hits were "Ako misliš da sam tužan" and "Ona". During 1989, guitarist Petrovac left the band and Bane Lesandrić, Kiki's brother joined. (from wikipedia)

nedjelja, 30. prosinca 2018.

PILOTI - Kao ptica na mom dlanu (1987)

PILOTI is a Serbian rock band from Beograd. Formed in 1981, and initially immersed in the Yugoslav New Wave scene, the band later moved towards mainstream pop rock, they came to prominence in the 1980s and early 1990s as one of the leading pop rock acts in former Yugoslavia. The band disbanded in 1997, only to be reformed in 2009 under the name Kiki Lesendrić & Piloti. The band's third album "Kao ptica na mom dlanu" was released on May 25, 1987 by PGP-RTB and produced by Dušan Petrović "Šane". The author of all songs was Kiki Lesendrić, except for "Noć čeka na nas" which he co-wrote with Bogićević and "Pišem po zidu" with Ilija Stanković. A larfe number of musicians contributed to the album recording: Dejan Grujić (bass guitar), Darko Grujić (keyboard), Vlada Negovanović (guitar), Enco Lesić (keyboards), Valdet Šaćiri (keyboards), Jovan Maljoković (saxophone), Nenad Stefanović "Japanac" (bass guitar), Bane Lesendrić (backing vocals), Oliver Mandić, Momčilo Bajagić "Bajaga", Kornelije Kovač, Zana Nimani and others. The greatest hit from this album was the title track, and other hit songs were "Kada sanjamo", "Rekla je da u mojoj glavi čuje gitare i bubnjeve" and "Devojka bez imena". (from wikipedia)

PILOTI - Neka te Bog čuva za mene (1990)

PILOTI fifth album from 1990.

subota, 29. prosinca 2018.

LUTAJUĆA SRCA - Lutajuća srca 1 (1974)

Acoustic trio LUTAJUĆA SRCA formed in 1970, in Niš, Serbia (ex-Yugoslavia) by Spomenka Đokić (vocal), Milan Marković (guitar, piano) and Miroljub Jovanović (guitar, vocals). They won in 1972 on Youth Festival at Subotica with song "Još malo". This is their compilation album from 1974.

LUTAJUĆA SRCA - Još malo (1972) Single

LUTAJUĆA SRCA first single record from 1972.

petak, 28. prosinca 2018.

LUTAJUĆA SRCA - Strepnja (1979) Single

LUTAJUĆA SRCA tenth single record from 1979.

SEID MEMIĆ-VAJTA - Zlatna ribica (1979)

SEID MEMIĆ, known by his stage name VAJTA, is a Bosnian singer. From 1975 to 1976 Vajta was a vocalist for the rock band Teška industrija, who enjoyed great commercial success throughout the Balkan countries but later dissolved. This is his first solo album from 1979. (from wikipedia)

četvrtak, 27. prosinca 2018.

SOKOLI - Bitka za ranjence (1989)

After a period with Pankrti in the 1980s, Peter Lovšin formed a successful rock band SOKOLI and later continued with a great solo career. This is their first album from 1989.

SOKOLI - Marija pomagaj (1990)

SOKOLI second album from 1990.

srijeda, 26. prosinca 2018.

ZASILNI IZHOD - Nužni izlaz (1984)

ZASILNI IZHOD was a jazz rock band from Murska Sobota (Slovenia), in former Yugoslavia. This is their only one album from 1984. Any further informations are welcome.

OBOJENI PROGRAM - Najvažnije je biti zdrav (1990)

OBOJENI PROGRAM is alternative rock band from Novi Sad (Serbia), formed in 1980. This is their first album from 1990.

subota, 22. prosinca 2018.

PARTIBREJKERS - Partibrejkers III (1989)

On February 1989, PARTIBREJKERS made new demo recordings, this time with the help of the Električni Orgazam frontman Srđan Gojković "Gile", who played rhythm guitar. The recordings appeared on the third album "Partibrejkers III", which, like the previous, was released through Jugodisk. The album, recorded on August and September 1989, was produced by Milan Ćirić, mixed by Vlada Negovanović, and as guest appeared Petar Miladinović "Pera Joe" on harmonica. (from wikipedia)

PARTIBREJKERS - Partibrejkers II (1988)

For a short period of time PARTIBREJKERS were reformed in a new lineup, featuring a drummer Vlada Funtek and bassist Dime Todorov "Mune". The band recorded the material for the second studio album on June 1987 at the Barbaro Studio in Bukovac. The recordings were sent to PGP-RTB, but they were not prone to releasing it. On May 1988, Funtek left the band, being firstly replaced by Marko Milivojević, and then by Igor Borojević. On September 1988, the band's second album was released. "Partibrejkers II" featured prominent tracks "Ja se ne vraćam", "Prsten", "Mesečeva kći", "Pet ispod nule" and "Nema cure", for which Antonijević sang the lead vocals. The song "Put" was not recorded in Bukovac, but at the O Studio on March 1988 and added to the rest of the material. At the same time, MTV made a report on the band's work. (from wikipedia)

petak, 21. prosinca 2018.

PARTIBREJKERS - Partibrejkers I (1985)

PARTIBREJKERS was formed in 1982, in Beograd, Serbia (ex-Yugoslavia) and released their debut album in 1985. For the release of the band's debut album, "Partibrejkers I", produced by Dušan Kojić "Koja" of Disciplina Kičme, the band combined rhythm-and-blues with punk rock, bringing anthem status to the band's songs "Ulični hodač", "Ona živi na brdu", "Gubitnik", "Ako si..." and "Stoj, Džoni", a cover of Tomi Sovilj i Njegove Siluete version of Chuck Berry's "Johnny B. Goode". The album was recorded at the O Studio in Belgrade on June 1984. As guests on the album appeared Branislav Petrović "Banana" on harmonica, producer Kojić played organ, and Branislav Trivić played saxophone. Despite the success of the debut album, Jugoton denied to release the band's second album, stating that it "lacked rebelliousness". On summer of 1985, Bulatović left the band, being temporarily replaced by Disciplina Kičme drummer Nenad Krasovac "Kele", and in December, the band ceased to exist. (from wikipedia)

PARTIBREJKERS - Hiljadu godina (1984) Single

PARTIBREJKERS first aingle record from 1984.