In the beginning they performed boogie rock, but during the mid-70s played cover versions of classical music works, notably that of Mozart, much in the vein of Dutch band EKSEPTION. They performed their prog rock version of "Eine Kleine Nachtmusik" at the famous BOOM Pop Festival '73 in Ljubljana. Ristiè came back for the recording of the 7" single "Prema Suncu/Mocart" in 1976, containing the repeated cover of the mentioned classical work. In 1978, when Lado Jaksa-saxophone and Jordan Ganèev-keyboards joined the group, JUTRO changed the style and started playing jazz-rock.
They released only one album "Dobro jutro", which went unnoticed during the New Wave boom in ex-Yugoslavia in 1980, and the band slowly disappeared from the scene. 2. Jutro (Bosnia and Hercegovina) Jutro (trans. "Morning") was a Sarajevo-based rock band most notable as the immediate predecessor to Bijelo dugme. It existed from late 1971 to the very end of 1973 when it transformed into probably the most popular rock band to come out of former Yugoslavia – Bijelo dugme.
Jutro was formed on the initiative by Ismet "Nuno" Arnautalić (formerly of Eho 61 and Indexi) who came to Goran Bregović in fall 1971 with an offer of putting together a new band. Bregović, recently back in town after gigging across Italy for a year as part of an act called Kodeksi that eventually transformed into Mića, Goran i Zoran before folding, gladly accepted. 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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