Various - Yugoslavia album flac
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|А1||–Velja Kokorić||Braničevsko Kolo
Written-By, Flute – Velja Kokorić
|A2||–Predrag Zivković-Tozovac*||Reče Čiča Da Me Ženi|
|A3||–Radvlovic And Jovanovic*||Krca, Krca Nova Kola|
|A4||–Predrag Gojkovic-Cune*||Gorom Jezde Kićeni Svatovi|
Arranged By – Djordje Karaklajic*
|A6||–Ljubiša Pavkovic*||Soborsko Oro
Written-By – Koco Petrovski*
|A7||–Vasilija Radojcic*||Stojanke, Bela Vranjanke|
|A8||–Staniša Stosic*||Iz Banju Ide|
|B1||–Aleksandar Sisic*||Bojkićevo Kolo
Written-By, Violin – Aleksandar Sisic*
|B2||–Nada Mamula||Devojka Viče S Visoka Brda|
|B3||–Duet "Ianasijevic"*||Lepe Li Su Nano Gružanke Devojke|
|B4||–Dragoljub Sindjelic*||Zavrzlama Kolo|
|B5||–Branka Scepanovic*||Gledala Sam S Koma Plava|
|B6||–Selimova And Zelceski*||Kako Što Je Taja Čaša Plna So Vino|
|B7||–Bozidar Boki Milošević*||Čunovo Oro
Written-By, Clarinet – Bozidar Milošević*
|B8||–National Orchestra Of RTB*||Cigančica Kolo|
- Orchestra – National Orchestra Of RTB*
|LP 5590, 6303 127||Various||Yugoslavia (LP, Comp)||PGP RTB, Philips||LP 5590, 6303 127||Yugoslavia||1976|
Recorded by Wolfgang and Dagmar Laade, published by Folkways Records in 1975 as part of the Ethnic Folkways Library.
Yugoslavia in the Eurovision Song Contest 1974. Additional information. Album B was released and re-released in various countries. Categories: Yugoslavia.
New wave in Yugoslavia was the new wave music scene of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. As its counterparts, the British and the US new wave, from which the main influences came, the Yugoslav scene was also closely related to punk rock, ska, reggae, 2 Tone, power pop and mod revival. Some of its acts are also counted as belonging to the Yugoslav punk scene which already existed prior to new wave.
We’ve already featured Awkward Vintage Swedish Album Covers, but now it’s time to take a look at Yugoslavian masterpieces. During my childhood visits to multiple Jugoslavijan music stores I had the honor of meeting some of them. As an American born, I love my Jugoslav heritage and love my Jugoslav music!!
All the selections on this recording except track 15 were performed by Croatian villagers from Croatia and Bosnia-Herzegovina Recorded 1968 in Yugoslavia. Originally released 1971.
Yugoslavia was a country in Southeastern and Central Europe for most of the 20th century
Play Yugoslavia EP album songs MP3 by Matt Rissi and download Yugoslavia EP songs on Gaana. Yugoslavia EP. Released by Zuvuya Recordings Jun 2008 4 Tracks.
As you probably already know the Balkan area composed today by Slovenia, Croatia, Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and Serbia was in the past a unified country called Yugoslavia (Here is the full history, if you’re interested). These are all beautiful countries, with a strong and ancient culture. But what caught our attention is its pop and folk music from the 70’s and 80’s. We don’t really know the artists we are reporting in this post, but their album covers are simply hilarious, authentic pieces of art in their ingenuity.
Esma Redzepova and Usnija. Playing ’Til Your Soul Comes Out! Music of Macedonia. Tamburitza! Hot String Band Music from the Balkans to America: 1910.