Olivera Marković - Kao Dama album flac
Title: Kao Dama
MP3 album: 1596 mb
FLAC album: 1467 mb
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Genre: Folk and Country
CD 335, CD 104. Olivera Marković (2). Kao Dama (CD, Album).
Olivera Marković (née Đorđević; Serbian Cyrillic: Оливера Марковић; 3 May 1925 – 2 July 2011) was a Serbian actress. She appeared in 170 films and television shows between 1946 and 2005. She won the Golden Arena for Best Actress in 1964 for her role in Službeni položaj. Olivera married twice: Rade Marković (5 November 1945 – 15 November 1964): They divorced after nineteen years of marriage. They had one child during that marriage (a son named Goran, born 24 August 1946).
With Svetislav 'Bule' Goncic, Sonja Savic, Milan Puzic, Olivera Jezina. Nonconformist young man joins the music academy in Belgrade. There he has a lot of existential, as well as emotional problems. Title: Ziveti kao sav normalan svet (1982).
Olivera Markovic - Za kim. Terms of Service. Album: Najveći Hitovi 50-E, 2008.
Tatsuro Yamashita covered Amapola in his 1986 a cappella album On The Street Corner 2. In 1990 "Amapola" was sung during the first Three Tenors concert in Rome. Bing Crosby recorded the song three times: first on his album El Señor Bing (1960), then on Bing Crosby's Treasury - The Songs I Love (1965) and finally for his 1975 album Bingo Viejo. The song was recorded by instrumental surf rockers The Spotnicks, included on their 1962 debut album The Spotnicks in London. Ryuichi Kawamura's cover appears on his 2011 album The Voice
Olivera Markovic lyrics with translations: Život je lep, Blago meni, Ta tvoja mundharmonika, Stari ciganin. রন: Folk Pop-Folk Folk. Original spelling: Оливера Марковић (Olivera Marković). Related: Featuring songs.
|03||Daj nam boze|
|07||Ti me vodi|
|08||Za tebe sam rodjena|
|10||Kaznio me bog|