petak, 30. travnja 2021.

YU GRUPA - Drveni most (1974) Single


YU GRUPA fifth single record from 1974.

YU GRUPA - Nona (1971) Single


Their first song, "Nona", was recorded at the end of December. The song was inspired by folk music of Kosovo, and recording it YU GRUPA became one of the pioneers of combining rock and folk music elements on the Yugoslav rock scene. Their first concert was organised by chess master Nikola Karaklajić and journalist Peca Popović, editors of the Radio Belgrade show "Veče uz radio". The concert was held in Dadov theatre on January 21, 1971. During the year they held a great number of concerts, mostly in Serbia. They recorded fourteen songs for the needs of Radio Belgrade, part of those songs later released on their vinyl singles. All the copies of their first single "Nona" were sold immediately after the release, but PGP-RTB refused to release a new number of copies, so YU grupa moved to record lebel Jugoton from Zagreb. (from wikipedia)

srijeda, 28. travnja 2021.

ponedjeljak, 26. travnja 2021.

CARSKI REZ - Igrao sam na jednu kartu (1983)


CARSKI REZ was a rock band from Sarajevo (Bosnia And Herzegovina) in former Yugoslavia. This is their one and only one album from 1983.

petak, 23. travnja 2021.

BAJAGA & INSTRUKTORI - Samo nam je ljubav potrebna (1986) Single


BAJAGA & INSTRUKTORI promo single record from 1986-

BAJAGA & INSTRUKTORI - Jahači magle (1986)


BAJAGA & INSTRUKTORI are a highly popular rock band from Serbia (ex-Yugoslavia). The group was founded in Belgrade in 1984 by composer, lyricist and guitarist Momčilo Bajagić Bajaga, and continue to record music today. The group possesses a rich discography and a plethora of hit songs that place them at the very top of the all-time former Yugoslav rock scene, alongside other mega-selling bands such as Bijelo Dugme and Riblja Čorba. This is their third album from 1986. (from wikipedia)


četvrtak, 22. travnja 2021.

POLJSKA ŠEVA - Klošar i lopurda (1989) EP


POLJSKA ŠEVA was a rock band from Beograd (Serbia) in former Yugoslavia. This is their EP from 1989. (thanks to dekiman)

GORAN BREGOVIĆ - Goran Bregović (1976)


"Goran Bregović" is a self-titled album by GORAN BREGOVIĆ, released in 1976 in-between the band's second album "Šta bi dao da si na mom mjestu" and third album "Eto! Baš hoću!". Although the title and sleeve announce it as a solo Goran Bregović record, album is actually a conceptual smorgasbord of different new and recycled material. It consists of five Goran Bregović-composed songs that were never previously released or recorded. They were recorded specifically for this album with Zdenka Kovačiček, Bisera Veletanlić, Jadranka Stojaković, and Milić Vukašinović on vocal. Two already released Bijelo dugme songs (arranged in a slightly different manner this time and re-recorded with Jadranka Stojaković, and Zdravko Čolić on vocals, respectively, instead of the band's singer at the time Željko Bebek), four Bebek-sung tracks, recorded 4 years earlier in 1972 during Bijelo dugme's previous incarnation as "Jutro". Two of those tracks were already released in 1973 on Jutro's single and the other two were being heard by the wider public for the first time on this album. (from wikipedia)

ponedjeljak, 19. travnja 2021.

ENOLA GAY - Gdje si bio tad (1985-1989)


ENOLA GAY was a rock band from Osijek (Croatia), active in 80's. They recorded only a few demo songs. Members were Miodrag Babić (guitar), Damir Antičević (bass), Željko Knežević (drums), Miroslav Sauerborn (guitar & vocal) and Ivana Šojat (vocal).

ZIJAN - Nizvodno (1990)


ZIJAN was a rock band from Đevđelija (Macedonia) in former Yugoslavia. This is their first album from 1990. (thanks to solidboy)

nedjelja, 18. travnja 2021.

FOL JEZIK - Mala super dama (1985) Single


FOL JEZIK one and only one single record from 1985.

FOL JAZIK - Fol jazik (1978-1980)


FOL JAZIK is considered to be the first Macedonian punk rock band, founded in Skopje (Macedonia) by Vlado Hristov-Krle in 1978. The band members were Vlado Hristov (vocals), Sašo Nikolovski (drums), Petar Georgievski (bass) and Bratislav Grković (guitar). The band has recorded two songs, "Children of the XXth century" and "Advertisement", and has appeared in several rock festivals in Skopje (Boom Rock Festival, Skopski Rock Festival and others). In a short period of time they achieved huge popularity in Macedonian and ex-Yugoslavian scene. The band is still considered to be one of the most eccentric and controversial bands in former Yugoslav music, with music, stage, energy, and explosivity. In the middle of 1979, they were disbanded. In 1979, the singer Vlado Hristov formed a new structure of Fol Jazik, with Vladimir Petrovski (guitar), Branko Spasovski (bass) and Spend Ibraimi (drums). They had many concerts in Skopje and Macedonia and they record 10 demo tapes (but at this moment they are lost). In the end of the 1980 this band has disband. Fol Jazik left a deep influence over Macedonian punk rock scene for generation of musicians to come. (wikipedia)