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Belfast Food

Belfast Food

Belfast Food


The three young men who make up todays BELFAST FOOD (Sebastijan Mavric - fiddle, mandolin; Hrvoje Hodak - vocal, acoustic guitar, tin whistles and uilleann pipes; and Marko Anic - accordion, flute, acoustic guitar, vocal) started their work in 1992 (at the time they were called IMA TU NESHTO). Mostly influenced by "THE CHIEFTAINS" and "THE DUBLINERS", they also played the instrumental music of legendary folk groups "The Bothy Band", "Planxty", and "De Dannan". Read more on Last.fm
The three young men who make up todays BELFAST FOOD (Sebastijan Mavric - fiddle, mandolin; Hrvoje Hodak - vocal, acoustic guitar, tin whistles and uilleann pipes; and Marko Anic - accordion, flute, acoustic guitar, vocal) started their work in 1992 (at the time they were called IMA TU NESHTO). Mostly influenced by "THE CHIEFTAINS" and "THE DUBLINERS", they also played the instrumental music of legendary folk groups "The Bothy Band", "Planxty", and "De Dannan". This music is traditional dance music dating from the eighteenth century and is played fast and furious. In time they expanded the band (Erik Malnar - electric guitar, banjo, vocals; Alen Širola - bass, mandolin; Bobo Grujicic - drums) and their horizons adding strong rock elements to the Irish sound. Their first CD was of a live performance, and showing their Irish roots, it did not take long for them to prove to be a success.

The CD was recorded on Easter eve, 30th March, 1997 in Rijeka. All in all, the special Irish atmosphere with the characteristic sounds is filled with the energy of rock and roll. Still the recognisable Irish sound is retained... In 1999 they published a second album called "Zašto Zato" (Why Because), in which they maintained the Irish sound with new elements of authoring. They also widened their sound to other musical styles. These first two albums were published by "Kondorcomm". In 2003 they saw some major changes.

First, they changed publishers, from "Kondrocomm" to "Dallas Records". Second, Hrvoje Hodak, one of the singers and players, left the band. Later in 2003 they released a new album called "Melodije Irske i Kvarnera" ( Melodies of Ireland and Kvarner). This album promoted the band as a band with originality and the clear ability to author their own music and become a full-author band.

Their future plans include touring outside of Croatia. 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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