utorak, 17. listopada 2017.

NAPRED U PROŠLOST - Napred u proslost (1989)

NAPRED U PROŠLOST is an alter-punk/rock band from Banatsko Novo Selo (Serbia) formed in 1984. This is their second album from 1989. Still active.

ponedjeljak, 16. listopada 2017.

SINOVI - Pobednik (1987)

SINOVI was a rock band from Novi Sad (Serbia) in former Yugoslavia. This is their unpublished album from 1987.

nedjelja, 15. listopada 2017.

ALBATROSI - U zanosu (1965)

ALBATROSI was a rock band from Ljubljana (Slovenia) in former Yugoslavia. They recorded only one song in 1965.

NOVI AKORDI - Zašto plačeš sad (1969)

NOVI AKORDI was a rock band from Novi Sad (Serbia) in former Yugoslavia. This is one of the three songs they recorded for Radio Novi Sad in 1969.

subota, 14. listopada 2017.

RITAM SRCA - Ja odlazim (1990) EP

RITAM SRCA was a rock band from Beograd (Serbia) in former Yugoslavia. This is their promo EP from 1990. (thanks to dekiman)

DIOLENI - Midnight (1966)

DIOLENI was a rock band from Zaprešić-Zagreb (Croatia) in former Yugoslavia. They have only one song recorded in 1966.

petak, 13. listopada 2017.

LOTOSI - Apaši (1963)

LOTOSI was a rock band from Županja (Croatia) in former Yugoslavia. They recorded only one song in 1963.

DUGE - Duge (1975-1982)

DUGE were a rock band from Osijek (Croatia) in former Yugoslavia, active from 1975-1982. Members were Damir Vojvodić (guitar), Damir Mihić (guitar), Damir Prlić (vocal), Berislav Crnković (drums) and Željko Gusić (bass guitar). They recorded a few songs for Radio Osijek.

četvrtak, 12. listopada 2017.

PONOĆNI RITAM - Ponoćni ritam (1989)

PONOĆNI RITAM was a rock band from Bar (Montenegro) in former Yugoslavia. These are their demo recordings from 1989.

TREF - Marica rock (1976-1977)

TREF was a rock band from Osijek (Croatia), active in the seventies. Members were Slobodan Ivanović-Danče (guitar), Zlatko Vukasović-Kec (bass guitar), Ivica Matković-Makika (drums), Boro Vidović (vocals) and Damir Rokšer-Roco (keyboards). They recorded a few songs for Radio Osijek.

srijeda, 11. listopada 2017.

DEN ZA DEN - Den za den (1980)

Frequently compared to Macedonia's most famous progressive rock group Leb i Sol, personally I don't hear it so much. DEN ZA DEN are way more fiery, with a stronger melodic sense. Still there's no denying the late 70's fusion sound. What separates Den za den from the pack is the exceptional guitarist, the distinct melodies, and perhaps best of all, the insane drumming along the lines of Arti + Mestieri. I'm a sucker for active drummers, so I naturally rate this one higher than other fusion albums of the era. Maybe Slovakia's Fermata is the closest comparison amongst the usual suspects like Mahavishnu Orchestra and Weather Report. (from rateyourmusic.com)

LEB I SOL - Putujemo (1989)

LEB I SOL eleventh album from 1989.

utorak, 10. listopada 2017.

LEB I SOL - Kao kakao (1987)

After LEB I SOL released the album "Zvučni zid" in the band came Goce Micanov (saxophone) and Kiril Džajkovski (keyboards). Shortly thereafter they began recording material for new album "Kao kakao". They decided to change the musical style and offer ten vocal tracks. As musical guests on the album appear Dragana Šarić (known as Bebi Dol), Ana Kostovska and Ronnie Wathen, who played irish bagpipes. The texts are written by Vlatko Stefanovski and his brother Goran. Album produced by Vlatko Stefanovski, Bodan Arsovski and Bratislav Zafirovski. The text for the song "Femme Fatale" written by Arsen Dedić. The album contains some great success songs like "Skopje","Kao kakao", "Mamurni ljudi" and "Čuvam noć od budnih".

LEB I SOL - Tangenta (1984)

LEB I SOL eighth album from 1984.

ponedjeljak, 9. listopada 2017.

LEB I SOL - Kalabalak (1983)

LEB I SOL seventh album from 1983.

LEB I SOL - Leb i sol 2 (1978)

LEB I SOL second album would be with the same lineup as the first and the same overall style too. "Akupunktura" has this relaxed intro then it kicks in at a minute. Nice drum and guitar work here. In fact the guitar provides a light show after 3 minutes. Nice. "Kako ti drago" has these intricate sounds that come and go and the tempo continues to shift too. "Aber dojde donke" opens with atmosphere as the guitar makes some noise. Keys come in. Drums 2 minutes in. So good. "Talasna dužina" opens with synths and guitar. Drums and vocals join in. "Dikijeva igra" kicks in quickly to an uptempo instrumental soundscape. "Uzvodno od tuge" is spacey with piano and bass. Drums and guitar follow. "Marija" opens with electric piano and cymbals. It picks up with drums out front. Guitar 3 minutes in. Killer stuff. It's the keyboards turn after 5 minutes then the guitar returns 6 minutes in to end it. "Bonus" is a short piece with laid back guitar and vocals. They started their careers with a couple of exceptional albums that would satisfy any progressive jazz/fusion fan. (by Mellotron Storm)

nedjelja, 8. listopada 2017.

LEB I SOL - Leb i sol (1978)

LEB I SOL is a jazz-rock fusion group founded in the 1970s in Skopje, Macedonia (ex-Yugoslavia) by Vlatko Stefanovski (guitar), Bodan Arsovski (bass guitar), Nikola Dimuševski (keyboards) and Garabet Tavitjan (drums). Leb i sol were very popular in the 1970s and 1980s and, while not selling as many records as some pop and folk acts, where very well known and respected and often sold-out venues in most of the larger towns in the former Yugoslavia. The first two albums are often considered foundational, while most are diverse enough to be, at least in part, accessible to a fairly wide audience. The influence of ethnic and folk music of southeastern Europe and more specifically of the Republic of Macedonia are recognizable in the use of odd meters (5/4, 7/8) and non-traditional scales (e.g. the Phrygian dominant scale). While all the musicians were fairly accomplished, Vlatko Stefanovski is frequently regarded as an exceptional guitar virtuoso. (from answers.com)