utorak, 30. siječnja 2018.
ponedjeljak, 29. siječnja 2018.
nedjelja, 28. siječnja 2018.
subota, 27. siječnja 2018.
ZLATNI AKORDI were formed in 1963. As many other bands from 60s they also played on parties. In 1965 they played on First Beat Festival in Zagreb. They toured Lebanon in 1966 and in december same year they record their first 7" EP with great cover of "My Generation". After many members changes in 1967 and 1968 - Josipa Lisac become their singer. Her deep and strange voice gives Zlatni Akordi very specific and unique sound. The flower power movement influences are very strong in their later works. The greatest was song "Sunce sja za nas" which appears on Subotica 68-Youth Festival 7"EP. But very soon Josipa Lisac leaves them. It's not the end of Zlatni akordi. They help Josipa with her solo works in studio, but also on concerts. Their set is mix of Jimi Hendrix, Cream and other covers and their own works. In 1975 they split. Josipa Lisac records lot of albums during the 70s and 80s and becomes one of the most extravagant singers in ex-Yugoslavia. (from wikipedia)
petak, 26. siječnja 2018.
OKO was formed in 1972, in Ljubljana (ex-Yugoslavia) by the lead singer and guitarist Pavel Kavec. The original line-up included also Miro Tomassini on bass and Jani Tutta on drums. In 1973 the drummer Tutta was replaced by Dragan Gajič. In this period they played mostly blues-based hard rock repertoire with Kavec developing unique although largely Hendrix-influenced guitar style. Later on they also included innovative elements of jazz-rock into their songs. In early 1975 the rhythm section joined another prog rock band from Ljubljana - Jutro, so Kavec assembled the new group with drummer Tone Dimnik and bassist Franjo Martinec, which recorded the 7" single "Vse sem dal ti". During the recording sessions for their debut LP "Raskorak" in 1976 Kavec again lost his rhythm section - Dimnik moved to avant-rock group Buldožer, while Martinec left music business in order to study at a college. In late 1976 OKO re-grouped, this time with drummer Zlatko Klun (ex Boomerang) and bassist Igor Bošnjak, who played on tour promoting "Raskorak". OKO disbanded in 1978 having not gained much fame in SFR Yugoslavia. Although OKO remained an obscure band outside of Slovenia, they were important for prog scene in Yugoslavia as the followers of heavy progressive rock style under the influence of Hendrix, Cream, Deep Purple, Uriah Heep and sharing the sensibility of similar Yugoslav bands like Pop Mašina, Dah, Fire or Drugi Način. (from progarchives.com)