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Dah - Veliki Cirkus album

Dah - Veliki Cirkus album Performer: Dah
Title: Veliki Cirkus
Style: Hard Rock, Prog Rock, Blues Rock, Psychedelic Rock
Date of release: 2013
Country: Yugoslavia
Size MP3: 1500 mb
Size FLAC: 1220 mb
Rating: 4.5

Veliki Cirkus ‎(CDr, Album, Unofficial). Jugoton (2), Yu Pop Archive. ET 09. Dah. Veliki Cirkus ‎(CD, Album, RE, Unofficial).

Debut LP of DAH, under the title "Veliki cirkus" ("The Grand Circus"), appeared in 1974 in modest circulation at the former Yugoslav music market. Zlatko Manojlović (guitar, mandolin, vocal), Branko Glusčević (bass) and Velibor Bogdanović (drums) were keen to make a "concept" album, in line with contemporary trend of the "progressive rock". The next two songs are probably the most interesting on the album. The title track runs slowly across 7 minutes in a psychedelic jam vein. Lead guitar and bass are excellent, occasionally interspersed with sound effects of a flying airplane.

This album has an average beat per minute of 126 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 101/149 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Veliki cirkus. BPM Profile Veliki cirkus. Album starts at BPM, ends at 102BPM (+102), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Dah. Povratak.

Album Name Veliki Circus. Data de aparición 2000. Estilo MusicalNu Metal. Miembros poseen este álbum88. 1. Sam II. 2. Cupide. 5. ww. /grave/pas/mon/[email protected] 6. Hardcore 100% Fluor.

Слушать veliki cirkus онлайн. Grupa Dah. Majka Jugovića. Troil I Kresida. Desetorica Sa Lomače. Ceste Budućnosti (Epilog). Dobar Vetar, Plava Ptico.

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The band released the album Veliki cirkus (The Big Circus) before moving to Belgium, where they changed their name to Land, and released the album Cool Breeze. The band returned to Yugoslavia in 1976 and, under the name Dah, released their third album, Povratak (The Return). Soon after, Dah disbanded. Main article: Gordi (band). Manojlović released his debut album Zlatko i njegove gitare (Zlatko and His Guitars) in 1980, while still leading Gordi. The album featured eight instrumentals composed by Manojlović and a version of Django Reinhardt's composition "Nuages". His own instrumentals varied from Latin music, over Balkan folk-inspired themes, to funk.


1 Prolog / Prohujalo Sa Vihorom 10:28
2 Troil I Kresida 2:06
3 Desetorica Sa Lomace 3:35
4 Majka Jugovica 7:21
5 Veliki Cirkus 4:07
6 Dobar Vetar, Plava Ptico 2:35
7 Mozda Zvoni Miss Stone 1:02
8 Ceste Buducnosti / Epilog 5:05
9 Ako Pozelis 4:22
10 Nocna Buka 3:41
11 Samo Jedna Noc 3:03
12 Curcak 2:01
13 Ti Sa Ta 3:13
14 Gitareska 5:36
15 Mali Princ 4:37
16 Ime 3:24
17 Ako Pozelis 3:34


  • Bass – Branko Gluščević
  • Drums – Velibor Boka Bogdanović
  • Vocals, Guitar, Mandolin – Zlatko Manojlović


Incorrect track listing: Track 1 running at 10:30 actually includes also the track "Troil i Kresida". After that the list runs in incorrect order by one place. Then, what is written as separate tracks 6 and 7 is actually all one track "Možda zvoni Miss Stone". So the only correctly written track with correct timing equal to the original LP album is the last one, "Ceste budućnosti (Epilog).

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 8016158300937

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
LSY-63015 Dah Veliki Cirkus ‎(LP, Album) Jugoton LSY-63015 Yugoslavia 1974
010 YUPR Dah Veliki Cirkus ‎(CDr, Album, Unofficial) Jugoton , Yu Pop Archive 010 YUPR Yugoslavia Unknown