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Plavi Orkestar

Plavi Orkestar

Plavi Orkestar


Plavi orkestar (English: Blue Orchestra) is one of the most popular bands from former Yugoslavia. The band was founded in Sarajevo, former Yugoslavia in 1983. It was originally named "Ševin orkestar"(The Lark's Orchestra) but there existed a band named "Ševe"(Larks) so the band took its present name. The band has remained popular to the present day with 8 albums and more than 3500 concerts worldwide. The band was formed in 1983 by Saša Lošić aka Loša who was the lead singer and songwriter of the group. Read more on Last.fm
Plavi orkestar (English: Blue Orchestra) is one of the most popular bands from former Yugoslavia. The band was founded in Sarajevo, former Yugoslavia in 1983. It was originally named "Ševin orkestar"(The Lark's Orchestra) but there existed a band named "Ševe"(Larks) so the band took its present name. The band has remained popular to the present day with 8 albums and more than 3500 concerts worldwide. The band was formed in 1983 by Saša Lošić aka Loša who was the lead singer and songwriter of the group. In the winter of 1984/1985, the band's first album Soldatski bal (Soldier's Ball) was recorded.

From this album the band had many hit singles such as "Suada", "Medena curice" (Honey Girl), "Odlazi nam raja" (Our Friends are Leaving), "Bolje biti pijan nego star" (Better to be Drunk than Old!), "Goodbye teens", and the title track, "Soldatski bal". The album's lyrics were formed following Loša's experiences whilst serving the army. Members * Saša Lošić - Loša: vocals, songwriting, composing * Mladen Pavičić: Lead/Electric Guitar (occasional keyboards) * Saša Zalepugin: Lead/Electric Guitar * Admir Ćeremida, Ćera I: Drums * Samir Ćeremida, Ćera II: Bass Guitar Discography 1. Soldatski bal (The Soldier's Ball) 1985 2. Smrt fašizmu (Death to Fascism) 1986 3.

Sunce na prozoru (Sunlight in the Window) 1989 4. Simpatija (Sympathy) 1991 5. Longplay 1998 6. Everblue 1 and 2 Greatest Hits* 1996 7.

Infinity 1999 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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