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Milić Vukašinović - Kao Nekad album flac Performer: Milić Vukašinović
Title: Kao Nekad
Style: Hard Rock, Pop Rock, Folk Rock
Released: 1992
Country: Yugoslavia
MP3 album: 1558 mb
FLAC album: 1180 mb
Rating: 4.1
Other formats: ASF ADX AA MP1 MP2 VOC XM
Genre: Rock / Pop

Profilo: Bosnian rock music singer-songwriter, born March 09, 1950 in Belgrade, Serbia. He released total of 9 band studio albums and also 9 solo album materials. He is known for his unique rap lyrics mixed with hard rock sound. Since 1997 he is Belgrade-based, mostly writting music for bosnian and serbian pop-folk performers.

Redirected from Milic Vukasinovic). Milić Vukašinović (Serbian Cyrillic: Милић Вукашиновић, born March 9, 1950) is a Yugoslav musician, the founder of the hard rock band Vatreni Poljubac and drummer of the famous Yugoslav rock bands Bijelo Dugme and Indexi. Born in Belgrade to father from Andrijevica who held a rank of major in UDBA, Vukašinović was brought to Peć in 1953 when his father got reassigned there. After spending five years in Peć, the family moved to Sarajevo.

Milić Vukašinović (Serbian Cyrillic: Милић Вукашиновић, born March 9, 1950) is a Yugoslav musician, the founder of the rock band Vatreni Poljubac and drummer of the famous Yugoslav band Bijelo Dugme. The album was released through City Records. Born in Belgrade, he moved with his family to Peć when he was six years old.

Along with Milić Vukašinović as the main songwriter, other recognized names from the world of Yugoslav folk, pop and rock music were present: Goran Bregović, Nikola Borota - Radovan, Bodo Kovačević, Mijat Božović, Blagoje Kosanin. Under Nikola Borota's direction, for the first time in Yugoslavian folk music history, electronic music instruments and pop music arrangements were used, songs had different rhythm section treatment than ever before and as a result Hanka's interpretations were different and original. In 1982, she released the album Sanjam (I’m Dreaming) with Milić Vukašinović as the main songwriter. With this album Milić created his life's work, while Hanka went from a popular singer to a big Yugoslav star.

Milić Mića Vukašinović, Belgrade, Serbia. Official page Dr-a za Rock'n'Roll. Milić Vukašinović - Jer muškarci ne plaču. Milić Mića Vukašinović. 4 August at 02:41 ·. I posljednji zračak svjetla tuga je odnijela ali s vašom podrškom i saosjećanjem vidim svjetlo na kraju tunela.

Listen to music from Milić Vukašinović like Gleda a neda, Gleda A Ne Da & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Milić Vukašinović. MILIĆ VUKAŠINOVIĆ was born in Belgrade, Serbia (ex-Yugoslavia), on March 9th 1950. At the age of 13 he moved to Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, where he started his career as a drummer and from 1963 - 1977 he played drums in numerous bands, such as "Plavi Dijamanti", "Čičci", "Mića, Goran i Zoran", "Indexi" i "Bijelo Dugme".

We don't have a biography for Milić Vukašinović. Kao sav normalan svet (Željko Bebek) as Himself.

On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Diskos (catalog number LPD-20001392). This album was released in 1988 year. Format of the release is. Vinyl, LP. Album. The album included the following session artists: Arranged By. Milić Vukašinović. Lyrics By. Music By.

Tracklist

A1 Sad Ga Lomi
A2 To Može Samo Žena
A3 Naša Lagana Stvar
A4 Moja Sudbina
A5 Slavan Bogat Lijep I Mlad
A6 Jer Muškarci Ne Plaču
B1 Kao Nekad
B2 Neka Se Nosi Sve U Onu Stvar
B3 Moj Grad
B4 Dokaz Naše Ljubavi
B5 Da-Ra Da-Ra Du-Di Da-Da-Da
B6 Tako Je To

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A Side): LP 8443 A 11 III 92
  • Matrix / Runout (B Side): LP 8443 B 11 III 92

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CDVP 002, 22T55039 Milić Vukašinović Sad Ga Lomi ‎(CD, Album, RE) Vatreni Poljubac, Take It Or Leave It Records CDVP 002, 22T55039 Yugoslavia 2000