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MLADI LEVI - Antologija (1967-1970)

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MLADILEVI was formed on november 1966, in Ljubljana, Slovenia (ex-Yugoslavia). At the end of 1967 starting to play soul and rhythm & blues at the same time as Elipse from Beograd. They released a total of 3 singles and one EP and they split up in 1975.

DALTONI - Ruka od sna (1968) EP

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DALTONI only one EP from 1968.

DALTONI - Kolekcija (1968-1970)

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DALTONI was a Serbian and former Yugoslav rock band, notable for being one of the pioneers of the former Yugoslav rock scene. The band was formed in Niš in August, 1963 by Branislav Cvetković (who at first took up guitar but soon switched to bass guitar) Žarko Stanković (guitar), Rista Trajković (rhythm guitar) and Nebojša Stojanović (drums). At first the band mostly performed cover versions of Hank Marvin and The Shadows instrumentals, but for their first public appearance, at the Gimnazijada festival in Skopje the band was joined by vocalist Miodrag Rašić. The band had their first public appearances in Niš in 1965, at the cult club Index, where vocal duties were given to Dušan Mitrović and Miša "Šolja" Tašić, and Mihajlo "Mika" Paligrdić was temporarily the band's drummer. The band was soon joined by keyboardist Miodrag "Miško" Stojanović. In 1966 Rašić officially left the band, and was replaced by Goce Nikolovski from the rival group Rubinsi. The n…

SAMONIKLI - Samonikli (1963-1969)

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SAMONIKLI was formed in 1963, in Beograd, Serbia (ex-Yugoslavia) by four high school students. The band was named after a book of short stories by Slovenian writer Prežihov Voranc. Group members changed frequently in that early period, but by 1964 they stabilized in the following lineup: Marin Pečjak (vocals), Milan Pavlov (guitar), Marko Novaković (bass guitar), Bojan Drndić (rhythm guitar) and Vukašin Veljković (drums). Initially the band performed at school proms and college dance parties. The band covered rock hits, as well as traditional songs and 1930s and 1940s schlagers, while their own songs were mostly The Shadows-inspired instrumentals. In 1965 and 1966 they played regularly at dances at the Beograd University School of Technology and soon became widely popular. In 1966 they won first place at a country-wide Youth Festival of rock bands, which entitled them to represent their country at an international festival of youth orchestras in Hungary, which featured the best Easter…

CRVENI KORALJI - Nikad nisam imao ništa (1970) Single

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CRVENIKORALJI third single record from 1970.

CRVENI KORALJI - Mnogo značiš za moj život, draga (1970) Single

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CRVENIKORALJI second single from 1970.

CRVENI KORALJI - Bez djevojke (1969) Single

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CRVENIKORALJI first single record from 1969.

CRVENI KORALJI - Moja gitara (1968) EP

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CRVENIKORALJI sixth EP from 1968.

CRVENI KORALJI - Sam (1968) EP

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CRVENIKORALJI fifth EP from 1968.

CRVENI KORALJI - Volim je (1966) EP

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CRVENIKORALJI fourth EP from 1966.

CRVENI KORALJI - Otiđi od nje (1965) EP

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CRVENIKORALJI third EP from 1965.

CRVENI KORALJI - Napuljska gitara (1964) EP

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CRVENIKORALJI second EP from 1964.

CRVENI KORALJI - Najljepši san (1964) EP

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CRVENIKORALJI first EP from 1964.


CRVENI KORALJI - Rock & Roll Collection (1963-1970) 2CD

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CRVENIKORALJI was formed in 1962., in Zagreb, Croatia (ex-Yugoslavia). First name of the band was Crveni đavoli. They were inspired by Cliff Richard and The Shadows. In the beginning they played mostly covers, but "Rekla si, volimo se" - first song they wrote was a big hit. Almost 100000 copies of the single were sold (there were about 120000 record players in that time in ex-Yugoslavia). They received about 10000 letters from their fans every month. In summer of 1964 they have first tour around ex-Yugoslavia and become one of the most popular bands in that time. They won many awards on music festivals and they were nominated for the best band of ex-Yugoslavia in music magazine "Ritam" for 3 times. They were also support band to The Shadows when they were touring Yugoslavia. In july 1966 they won first price of International Beat Festival and among Yugoslav and Italian bands in Zagreb. In the same year they toured Germany. On their records from late 60's we can…

SENKA VELETANLIĆ - Lutka koja kaže ne (1967) EP

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SENKAVELETANLIĆ fifth EP from 1967.

SENKA VELETANLIĆ - Tebi pevam (1966) EP

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SENKAVELETANLIĆ is one of the most famous pop singers in former Yugoslavia in the 60s and early 70s. This is her fourth EP from 1966.

GRUPA 220 - Prolazi jesen (1968) Single

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GRUPA220 first single record from 1968.

GRUPA 220 - Naši dani (1968)

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GRUPA220 was the first band to release rock LP in former Yugoslavia at the time.


GRUPA 220 - Osmijeh (1967) EP

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GRUPA220 first EP from 1967.


GRUPA 220 - Kad bih bio Petar Pan (1967) EP

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GRUPA220 second EP from 1967.

GRUPA 220 - Sve najbolje (1967-1968)

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GRUPA220was formed in 1966, in Zagreb, Croatia (ex-Yugoslavia) with members of bands "Ehosi" and "Jutarnje zvijezde". They had their first gig in october the same year. In december they record their first song "Osmijeh" which becomes a big hit right away. Very soon they become one of the most popular bands in former Yugoslavia. Long hairs and "flower power" clothes attracted lot of young people. Flowers were the tickets for their concerts. In 1967 and 1968 Drago Mlinarec (vocal and guitar) composed music for two films "Protest" and "Tri sata ljubavi". They take part in "Zagreb 68" and "Split 68" festivals, and also first "Pop festival" in Zagreb. Grupa 220 released the first rock long play record in ex-Yugoslavia "Naši dani". They played as support band on the concerts of Marmelade, Status Quo and Mungo Jerry when they were touring ex Yugoslavia 1968. 1971 Drago Mlinarec leaves the band…

DUŠKO I BITNICI - Prvi koraci na Mesecu (1969) Single

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DUŠKOI BITNICI was formed in late sixties, in Beograd, Serbia (ex-Yugoslavia) by Dušan Vlačo (guitar, vocal). This is their one and only single record from 1969.

BOR GOSTIŠA - Massachusetts (1968) EP

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BORGOSTIŠA was a guitar player and vocalist of the band Bele vrane. He was born in Slovenia (ex-Yugoslavia) and this is his first EP from 1968.

KAMELEONI - Sunny Cry (1968) EP

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KAMELEONI third EP from 1968. This is music made for Boštjan Hladnik film "Sončni krik".

KAMELEONI - La Felicita (1967) EP

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KAMELEONI second EP from 1967.