He composed the ultimate kafana hit "Haljinica boje lila" ("A lily colored dress"). Kolja i Smak Bijelog Dugmeta The songs Pejaković had composed during the mid-1980s were released on his debut album Mama, nemoj plakati (Mother do not cry), released by System Records in 2001. Influenced by diverse range genres and crossing them with witty and a bit vulgar lyrics, Pejaković described his musical style as "porn soul". The songs were recorded with a studio backing band, which he named Smak Bijelog Dugmeta (a witty remark on the two popular 1970s Yugoslav bands, Smak and Bijelo Dugme), comprising of Saša Lokner (keyboards), Vojislav Aralica (album producer, guitar, bass, keyboards) and Dejan Momčilović (drums). For the album cover, Pejaković chose Dragan Papić’s work called "Žalim slučaj" ("So sorry").
The album was recorded from October 25, 1998 until January 13, 1999 at the Goran Kostić Go-Go studio in Belgrade. During the same year, he also appeared as the writer of the Oleg Novković’s Normalni ljudi (Normal people) movie soundtrack, and in 2005 he wrote the Wedding short movie soundtrack, both of which never officially released on a soundtrack album. From December 2004 until August of the following year, Pejaković once again entered the Go-Go studio in order to record the material for his second solo album, but it was not until 2009 that the album Kolja was released, once again through System Records. Pejaković recorded the album with the backing vocalists Jasmina Nunić Pera and Tamara Aralica, producer Vojislav Aralica who recorded keyboards, slide, acoustic, electric and bass guitar, Ivan Aleksijević on organ and keyboards, Neša Petrović on alt saxophone and Dejan Sparavalo on violin. In order to promote the album release, Pejaković also recorded a cover version of the Šarlo Akrobata song "Samo ponekad" ("Just occasionally"), released for free digital download at the System Records official site. "Haljinica boje lila" Pejaković wrote one of the ultimate kafana hits, "Haljinica boje lila" ("A lily colored dress"), with his, at the time, girlfriend and turbo folk singer Lola, with whom he recorded the song.
The song was recorded with at the time anonymous producer Željko Joksimović, being eventually released on Lola's album "Crne oči" ("Dark eyes" in 2001. A live version of the song was released on the second studio album, Kolja, released in 2009. The Croatian turbo folk singer Severina recorded a cover version of the song in 2008 on her album "Zdravo Marijo" ("Hello, Marija"), featuring the arrangements made by Goran Bregović 2) Kolja is a half german, half french songwriter. His debut album “Universe” has been released and is available on iTunes. The CD version can be ordered online. 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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