He took lessons, attended the Catholic University (Argentina) and got together with brothers and friends for a few jams. Eventually, they decided to take on the name BANANA and in 1979, they released an album which boasted honourable sales in South America (Uruguay, Chile, Paraguay, Costa Rica, Guatemala and Panama). Their album, entitled "Aun Es Tiempo De Sonar" shows a variety of influences ranging from YES to NEKTAR, FOCUS, KAIPA, GENESIS and CAMEL. 2. Banana is czech music band founded in 2002 at Ostrava, Czech Republic (Europe).
Unusual face of this band is mainly given by its superb singer Vladivojna La Chia, rest of the band consist of Radim Hájek (drums), Dalibor Krystyn (guitar) and Marek Zeman (bass-guitar). Their debut was same named album Banana (2003), during years 2004-2006 they made a lot of concerts together with bands Waltari (fi), Vypsaná fixa (cz) and others. 3. Serbian pop-rock/power-pop band active in period 1985-1988 in former Yugoslavia. Banana was formed in 1985 in Belgrade. They released their debut album Ponoćni pasaži (Midnight Sections) in 1986 in the following lineup: Aleksandra Toković (daughter of the famous composer Dragan Toković, vocals), Dragan Lončar (guitar), Boban Šaranović (bass guitar), Srđan Cincar (keyboard) and Igor Borojević (drums).
The album was pop rock-oriented and featured the guitarist Duda Bezuha, the keyboardist Saša Lokner, and a former Zamba member Bogdan Dragović as guest musicians. In the summer of 1987 the band performed in Czechoslovakia, and at the beginning of 1988 they released their second album Banana‚ produced by keyboardist Đorđe Petrović. Aleksandra Toković wrote seven songs which marked the band's shift towards power pop-oriented sound. Soon after Banana disbanded.
Borojević became a member of Partibrejkers, Aleksandra Toković became a television presenter at Radio Television of Serbia and Cincar formed the band Fantomi. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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