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CRNIBISERI was formed in Beograd, Serbia (ex-Yugoslavia) in 1963. They took the name from famous Yugoslav 50s movie about young deliquents. In 60s they played beat/60s punk/rhythm & blues. They were winners of the festival "Gitarijada 1967". They also appeared in movies: "Kad budem mrtav i beo" and "Višnja na Tašmajdanu". They recorded many songs that were used for radio and TV only - some are really great 60s punk killers. They also toured Malta, Morocco, Tunisia... They split up in 1980.
BEZIMENI started in Zagreb, Croatia (ex-Yugoslavia) in 1961. Band founded by Janko Mlinarić Truli (bass and vocal) with Slaven Rački (guitar), Željko Margetić Marga (guitar), Petko Kantardžijev Mlinac (keyboards), Mahmut Ismailovski (saxophones) and Radovan Krajnović Braco (drums and vocal). They split in 1964.
DOGOVORIZ 1804 were an progressive rock group from Beograd, Serbia (ex-Yugoslavia). In late sixties group founded by Nebojša Ignjatović (vocal, guitar). Robert Nemeček (bass, flute, vocal), Saša Forenbaher (table), Predrag Simić (sitar), Dejan Vasiljević (vocal, flute), Aleksandar Stojić (vocal), and Stevan Milutinović (drums). They recorded only four songs and they split up in early 70s.
DIEGOVARAGIĆ is one of the most popular Yugoslav singers from the 1960s. He was born on the 12th of May, 1942 in Čajniče, Bosnia & Herzegovina. As a child he moved to Serbia, where he began his artistic career at the age of 12 in a choir (KUD "Železničar"). In 1961 he took part in the famous Radio Beograd show "Mikrofon je vaš". He studied English literature in Beograd and after a rather short singing career continued working in his main profession as teacher and journalist in Beograd. He has lived and worked in Italy since 1991. This is his most succesful EP from 1965.
SILUETE officially formed on October 20, 1961 by Zoran Miščević (vocals) and Branko Gluščević (formerly of Black Cats, rhythm guitar), Ilija Stanić (guitar), Zoran Simjanović (keyboard) and Miroslav "Mine" Minić (drums). The band members, influenced by the film The Young Ones which featured Cliff Richard and The Shadows, named the band Siluete. The band had their first bigger performance on Đorđe Marjanović's concert in Dom sindikata. After performances in Makarska during the summer of 1963, the members of Siluete departed. Simjanović moved to Elipse, Gluščević and Miščević formed Lutalice with guitarist Božidar "Lari" Plesničar and rhythm guitarist Slobodan Mihajlović, and Ilić continued to lead Siluete in the new lineup: Dejan Dunjić (bass guitar), Jovan Mišević (drums), Miomir "Kraka" Petrović (rhythm guitar) and Ljuba Đorđević (keyboard). As the band performed instrumental music, at one of their performances they were approached by singer Tomislav…
DUBROVAČKITRUBADURI was a Croatian beat, folk and pop band from Dubrovnik formed in 1961 by Đelo Jusić, main composer, guitar and mandolin player and leader of the group. They were very popular in former Yugoslavia during the 60s and 70s for their mixture of pop music and medieval folk traditions of their native ancient city on the Adriatic coast. Internationally also known as Dubrovnic Troubadours or The Troubadours Of Dubrovnik, they enjoyed brief popularity across Western Europe having appeared at the 1968 Eurovision Song Contest in London. Their song "Jedan dan" was performed by their singers Luciano Kapurso and Hamo Hajdarhodžić and it scored 7th position. The group, in different line-ups, existed until the early 80s when they broke up. (from wikipedia)
ZAFIRHADŽIMANOV is a Macedonian folk and pop singer. He has been active in the music industry of former Yugoslavia since the 1960s, and lives in Belgrade, with his Serbian wife, Senka Veletanlić. Hadžimanov was educated in Belgrade, where he received his degree in 1967, and has made music in both Serbian and Macedonian language. This is his second EP from 1964.
When it comes to 60's, there was thousands of rock'n'roll and garage bands all over Yugoslavia. However, only a very few bands made any records. This is the story of a band which recorded perhaps the most exciting garage rock EP in the 60's. Their name is DELFINI and they come from Zagreb. Several students with a professional singer Zdenko Juran formed Delfini in 1963. They played together for several years until record label Jugoton cut them a deal and published their first EP record. Their energy and creativity especially unleashed in an explosive James Brown cover "I'll Go Crasy". However, the real highlight is an addictive blues version of the Macedonian folk song "Kaleš bre Anđo" , with an amazing keyboard solo by Petko Kantardžijev. Nikola Sarapa also delivered a fine guitar work. Much later in his career, Sarapa had an excellent hard rock band called Stop mostly based on Jimmy Hendrix covers. Unfortunately, the EP was also the end of Del…
DELFINI started in 1963 in Zagreb, Croatia (ex-Yugoslavia).They recorded their first EP, with great cover of "Gloria", after playing on festival "Zagreb 66". Also on 7"EP "Zagreb 66" there is one song where they play with singer Zvonko Špišić. On their 2nd 7" is already famous 60s punk killer "Bebel". His music is raw rhythm'n'blues garage punk. They played abroad - also in Star Club, Hamburg. (from wanadoo.nl)