Garavi Sokak - Pozdrav Iz Soko Banje / Džudi, Džudi album
Title: Pozdrav Iz Soko Banje / Džudi, Džudi
Date of release: 1991
Size MP3: 1197 mb
Size FLAC: 1497 mb
Format: MP2 DXD MIDI ASF XM MP2 MP3
The album Garavi Sokak was released in 1988. It was produced by Saša Habić and released through Panonija koncert on audio cassette only. At the time of the album release they were joined by guitarist Zoran "Kina" Alvirović. In 1989, the band released another self-titled album through Jugoton, considering it their first official album. The album was produced. In 1991, the band appeared at MESAM festival with the song "Pozdrav iz Soko Banje" ("Gretings from Soko Banja"), which was released on the 7" single, the B-side of which featured their cover of the song "Džudi, Džudi" by 1960s beat band Crni Biseri. During the same year, the compilation album Najlepše pesme (Prettiest Songs) was.
Garavi Sokak – Garavi Sokak. Label: PGP RTB – 410160. Format: CD, Album, Compilation. 1. Pozdrav Iz Soko Banje. Written-By – V. Janković Džet.
Garavi sokak mix pesama hitovi hd. Garavi Sokak (Serbian Cyrillic: Гарави Сокак, trans. Sooty Alley) is a Serbian folk rock/pop band, formed in Novi Sad in 1982. Garavi Sokak released their latest studio album, Zrnce ljubavi (Grain of Love). Pozdrav iz Soko Banje", "Džudi, Džudi" (1991). Teci - teci DunaveKo Te Ima Taj Te Nema · 2009 Bice Bolje Ako Budes TuKo Te Ima Taj Te Nema · 2009 SkeledzijaNajveci Hitovi - Uzivo · 2010.
Sooty Alley ) is a Serbianfolk rock, pop band, formed in Novi Sad in 1982. Garavi Sokak released their latest studio album, Zrnce ljubavi ( Grain of Love ). Discography.
Garavi Sokak - Džudi, Džudi mp3. mp3 Player. Music video: Watch now Garavi Sokak's video clip of album "Pozdrav Iz Soko Banje, Džudi, Džudi".
Pozdrav iz zemlje Safari (English: Greetings from the land of Safari) is the third studio album by Yugoslav band Zabranjeno Pušenje released in 1987. It's released through Diskoton in SFR Yugoslavia. In 2006, Vladimir Đurđević, a first-year dramaturgy student at the University of Arts' Faculty of Dramatic Arts (FDU), wrote a script based on the "Balada o Pišonji i Žugi" track as part of an assignment in school.
Crni Biseri song "Džudi, Džudi" was covered by Yugoslav and Serbian folk rock band Garavi Sokak in 1991. Popular music in Yugoslavia Garavi Sokak Jugoton Džentlmeni Tunel (band). Apsolutno Romantično. The band was formed in 1999 by Garavi Sokak members, brothers Petar (vocals, guitar) and Zoran "Kina" Alvirović (vocals, guitar). orđe Balašević Momčilo Bajagić Garavi Sokak Komuna (company) Serbian Cyrillic alphabet. Serbian Cyrillic alphabet. During the same year, the compilation album Najlepše pesme (Prettiest Songs) was released through PGP-RTB record label.
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|A||Pozdrav Iz Soko Banje (Mesam 91)
Written-By – B. Krstić*
Arranged By – B. Krstić*Written-By – V. Janković-Džet*
NotesS 110027 Category on labels
110027 Category on cover
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (A): 110027 A 51191
- Matrix / Runout (B): 110027 B 51191
- Rights Society: SOKOJ