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DŽENTLMENI - Naša mladost (1965-1969)

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  DŽENTL MENI  was formed in 1966 in Beograd, Serbia (ex-Yugoslavia) by Slobodan Todorović (guitar and vocals), Živorad "Žika" Jelić (bass guitar), Milan Buza (rhythm guitar) and Velibor "Boka" Bogdanović (drums), getting the name "Džentlmeni" on Todorović's idea, despite Jelić's suggestion of naming the band "Žetoni". The lineup performed until April 1967 when the band had split in two fractions. Todorović did not continue working with any of the fractions, moving to Siluete and then to the band CD. Milan Buza, with Branko Stefanović (vocals), Đorđe Doksas (solo guitar), Moma Lukić (drums) and Dušan Ćućuz (bass guitar), performed under the moniker Džentlmeni for approximately a year at local parties before disbanding in 1968. The other fraction, featuring Bogdanović and Jelić, continued working with the new Džentlmeni lineup, completed by Mihajlo Simikić (tenor saxophone, clarinet, piano and vocals), Branko Marušić "Čutura" (vo

PLAMENIH PET - Plamenih pet (1965-1966)

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  PLAMENIH   PET  was a rock band from Beograd (Serbia) in former Yugoslavia, active in mid 60s. Members were Bane Aranđelović (vocal, guitar), Momir Petrović (guitar, vocal), Dragoljub Pavlović (bass), Dragoslav Lazarević (keyboard) and Dobrivoje Radojević (drums).

URAGANI - Deborah (1968) EP

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  URA GANI  one and only one EP from 1968.

URAGANI - Počinje igra (1966) Single

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  URA GANI  first single record from 1966.

URAGANI - Počinje igra (1966-1968)

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  URA GANI  was the one of the first rock bands in former Yugoslavia. Band founded by Dario Ottaviani, Ante Škobrnja, Mario Peharda & Saša Sablić in 1960, in Rijeka (Croatia). In 1967 they had a big hit "Školjka" and in 1968 they had a second big hit "Deborah". They split up in 1970.

ELIPSE - Elipse (1963-1965)

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  ELI PSE  some recordings from 1963-1965.

ELIPSE - Le Telephone (1967) EP

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  ELI PSE  second EP from 1967.

ELIPSE - Pogledaj kroz prozor (1966) EP

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  ELI PSE  first EP from 1966.

ELIPSE - Plaža (1965) Single

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  ELI PSE  first single record from 1965.

ELIPSE - Le Telephone (1965-1969)

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  ELI PSE  started in 1963 in Beograd, Serbia (ex-Yugoslavia). In the beginning they played covers of The Shadows and became very popular in the mid 60's. After Edi Dekeng joined the band as singer in 1967, they changed music orientation to r'n'b/soul. The group was disbanded by the end of 1968. Members were Momčilo Radovanović, Bojan Hreljac, Vladimir Furduj, Zoran Simjanović, Edi Dekeng, Nikola Zembić and Dragan Kuprijanov. (from discogs.com)

IVICA PERCL - Svaki dan sam (1969) Single

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  IVICA   PERCL  third single record from 1969.

IVICA PERCL - Pismo upućeno Magdaleni (1969) Single

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  IVICA   PERCL  first single record from 1969.

IVICA PERCL - Stari Pjer (1968) EP

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  IVICA   PERCL  second EP from 1968, with his bigest hit "Stari Pjer".

IVICA PERCL - 1966 (1967) EP

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  IVICA   PERCL  first EP from 1967.

IVICA PERCL - Godine ratne, godine mirne (1966-1969)

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  IVICA   PERCL  was the first protest singer-songwriter in ex-Yugoslavia. He was born in Zagreb, Croatia in 1945 and died in 2007. He started as a guitarist of the legendary Zagreb's rock group "Roboti" and then began a solo career. He recorded several EP's and one LP and his greatest succes has been song "Stari Pjer". (from answers.com)

ALENKA PINTERIČ - Modro more (1970) Single

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  ALENKA   PINTERIČ  first single record from 1970.

ALENKA PINTERIČ - Michelle (1966) EP

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  ALENKA   PINTERIČ  first EP from 1968.

ALENKA PINTERIČ - Lutam i tražim (1967-1970)

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  ALENKA   PINTERIČ  is an Slovenian pop-rock singer. These are her songs from 1967-1970.

MLADI LEVI - Mila mala (1969) EP

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  MLADI   LEVI  first EP from 1969.

THE YOUNG LIONS - An Echo Of My Dreams (1967) Single

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  MLADI LEVI (aka  THE YOUNG   LIONS ) first single recorded in Italy for European market.

MLADI LEVI - Antologija (1967-1970)

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  MLADI   LEVI  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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  DAL TONI  only one EP from 1968.

DALTONI - Kolekcija (1968-1970)

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  DALT ONI  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. Th

SAMONIKLI - Samonikli (1963-1969)

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  SAMO NIKLI  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 Eas

CRVENI KORALJI - Nikad nisam imao ništa (1970) Single

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  CRVENI   KORALJI  third single record from 1970.