ISK RE third EP from 1965.
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ISK RE was formed in 1961, in Beograd, Serbia (ex-Yugoslavia) by the students Slavoljub Bogdanović (rhythm guitar), Miloš Sekulić (guitar), Gligorije Milanović (bass guitar), and Draško Reljin (drums). The band choose their name after Iskra amplifiers (originally designed for movie theaters) they used at the beginning of their career. The band started their career by playing instrumentals inspired by the music of The Tornados, and soon achieved notable popularity. They often performed at pop concerts and dances and appeared on Radio Belgrade. Iskre were one of the first Yugoslav bands that appeared on recordings by pop music singers: they recorded with Zafir Hadžimanov (covers of Cliff Richard songs), Ivanka Pavlović, Zoran Rambosek, and others. During 1963 Iskre often performed with female vocalist Brankica Sučević (an official member of Safiri). The band wanted to record their debut EP with her, but the editors of Diskos record label insisted
DINA MITI were the one of the legendary rock groups from 60s. They founded in 1964, in Osijek, Croatia (ex-Yugoslavia) by singer and rhythm guitarist Krunoslav Kićo Slabinac. Other members of the group were Alberto Krasnić (bass), Vladimir Lazić (keyboards), Antun Nikolić Tuca (solo guitar) and Miroslav Šaranović (drums). In Zagreb, in 1967 they were winners of the Rock festival "Gitarijada" and they split same year.