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IBRICA JUSIĆ - Celuloidni pajac (1968) EP

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IBRICAJUSIĆ started his career in Dubrovnik in 1965. On invitation of composer Pero Gotovac he went in Zagreb. He was a winner on Zagreb Festival in 1968, with song "Celuloidni pajac". He won the first prize on the same festival also in 1969 with song "Osobenjak" and in 1970 with song "Mačka". Then, Zagreb became too small for him (as he said), so he went in Paris where he has felt international experience. After all, he always returned by summers every year to his hometown Dubrovnik and sang midnight concerts to his loyal public. By using his summer travels to Dubrovnik he started to cooperate with Dubrovačke ljetne igre in 1971 and with songs of Pero Gotovac he sang on shows of Games Edward II, Columbo and Aretej. He composed music and sang in the show "Životopis Miha Pracata" in 1977. In the same year he recited in Knežev dvor, and, as he recited in so elite place, that was also his reward for his artistic value. He is one of the first singer…

ZLATNI AKORDI - Čerge (1970) Single

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ZLATNIAKORDI first single record from 1970.

ZLATNI AKORDI - Halo taxi (1968) EP

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ZLATNIAKORDI second EP from 1968 with Josipa Lisac as a lead vocal.

ZLATNI AKORDI - Moja generacija (1967) EP

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ZLATNIAKORDI first EP from 1967.

ZLATNI AKORDI - Sunce sja samo za nas (1966-1969)

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ZLATNIAKORDI 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 …

METEORI - Kad svane dan (1968) EP

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METEORI second EP from 1968.

METEORI - Čina (1968) EP

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METEORI first EP from 1968.

METEORI - Meteori (1967-1970)

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METEORIwas formed in 1962, in Zagreb, Croatia (ex-Yugoslavia). In 1968 they had a big hits "Samo ti" and "Čina". They split up in 1972.

INDEXI - Jutro će promijeniti sve (1969) EP

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INDEXI third EP from 1969.

INDEXI - Ne želim tvoju ljubav (1969) Single

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INDEXI first single record from 1969.

INDEXI - Naše doba (1967) EP

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INDEXI second EP from 1967.


INDEXI - Sedam veličanstvenih (1964) EP

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INDEXIfirst EP from 1964.

INDEXI - Naše doba (1964-1969)

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INDEXIwere one of the earliest and most enduring bands in ex-Yugoslavia that enjoyed popularity across generations of the followers of rock music. The band was founded in 1962 in Sarajevo, Bosnia, and soon became synonymous to the so-called "Sarajevo Pop School" scene. Since all the members were university students, they had easily chosen the name for the band - INDEXI (plural of "index", a student's blue book for writing exams and attendance). In the beginning they played mostly instrumental covers of popular hits, but around 1967 started composing their own songs. The core line-up consisted of Slobodan A. Kovačević-guitar, Fadil Redžić-bass and Davorin Popović-vocals, while they frequently changed drummers and keyboard players. Similar to KORNI GRUPA, INDEXI led two parallel careers: the one as a popular band recording numerous singles and EPS, and performing at the pop festivals of easy listening "schlager" music; and the other one as a pioneering …

TOP GENERATION - Stop Stop (1969) Single

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TOPGENERATION (who started out as "Korali" and later on "Generacija") was a rock band from Maribor (Slovenia) who extensively toured Central Europe in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Amongst themselves, they made a distinction between The Beatles and The Rolling Stones’ followers. But unquestionably a fact remains that they were the first and leading beatniks in Slovenia. This is their first single record from 1969.

7 MLADIH - Looky Looky (1970) Single

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7 MLADIHsecond single record from 1970. 

7 MLADIH - Stade se cveće rosom kititi (1969) Single

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7 MLADIH first single record from 1969.

7 MLADIH - Fa-fa-fa (1968) EP

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7 MLADIH fifth EP from 1968.

7 MLADIH - Some Other Guy (1967) EP

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7 MLADIH was formed in Beograd, Serbia (ex-Yugoslavia) in early sixties. They were very popular in the sixties and seventies. This is their fourth EP from 1967.

CHORUSI - Chorusi (1961-1965)

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CHORUSI was a rock band from Ljubljana (Slovenia) in former Yugoslavia. This is their cover of The Shadows song "Nivram" from 1965.

BISERA VELETANLIĆ - Dečak taj (1967) EP

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BISERAVELETANLIĆ is pop-rock and jazz singer, one of the greatest names of Yugoslavian evergreen scene and the star of music festivals in 70s. This is her second EP from 1967.

TOMI SOVILJ - Stoj Džoni (1967) EP

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TOMISOVILJ second EP from 1967.

TOMI SOVILJ & NJEGOVE SILUETE - Vule Bule (1966) EP

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TOMISOVILJ&NJEGOVE SILUETE first EP from 1966.

TOMI SOVILJ & NJEGOVE SILUETE - Za jedan časak radosti (1966-1967)

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Vocalist Tomislav TOMISOVILJ, born in Belgrade in 1941, started his career in 1963 at the dance parties held by Zlatni Dečaci. On Autumn of the same year, he had become the member of Siluete, but on mid-1964 he left the band, forming a band also called Siluete. For a while, there were two groups working under the same name, but the case was settled after a court verdict after which Sovilj lost the right to use the name. However, he did manage to keep the name somewhat similar by renaming it to TOMI SOVILJ I NJEGOVE SILUETE. At the time, the band beside him featured the former "Bele Zvezde" members Slobodan Saničanin (guitar), Branislav Rakočević (bass), Milorad Tomić (guitar) and Ðino Maljoković (drums). Later on, the band members were also Borislav Ðurković (rhythm guitar), Boba Voratović (bass) and Hamadija Vladović (drums). Owing to their attractive performances, they had become one of the most popular live acts in Belgrade, which provided them with often live performanc…

4M - Tri pjesme (1962-1968)

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Kvartet4M three songs from 1962-1968.

4M - Dolazi dan (1964) EP

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Kvartet4M was Croatian vocal group from Zagreb active in period 1956-1974. They represented Yugoslavia on Eurosong competition in 1969 reaching 13th place. This is their seventh EP from 1964, recorded with the band "Bijele strijele".