Davor Tolja - Stari Mačak download mp3 album
Netko Pazi Na Nas, 04:08. Ja Smišljam Zamke I Osvete, 04:03.
Davor Tolja – Stari Mačak. Label: Jugoton – 202408 7, Jugoton – LP 6 2 02408 7. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. Photography By – Josip Mjeda (Foto Revija - Rijeka). Vocals, Keyboards, Bass, Percussion, Arranged By, Engineer, Producer – Davor Tolja. Catalogue number 202408 7 appears on spine, the extended one, LP 6 2 02408 7, on back cover and centre labels (in two rows).
Davor Tolja with Rijeka musicians at the gathering of Rijekas new wave in 2008. Marina Perazić with Rijeka musicians at the gathering of Rijekas new wave in 2008. After the musical group Vrijeme i zemlja disestablishes in early 1980s, Davor Tolja (born 1957) starts the group Toljina funk-selekcija with which he plays on Ri-rock. The group consisted of two members : Davor Tolja and Marina Perazić. In the year 1982 they renamed the group to Denis & Denis. Marina has earlier sung in the choir "Jeka primorja" while studying on university where she was also a member of multi-media.
As such, the instrumentation varies widely across the album, ranging from Ms. Coltrane playing her harp with a string quartet on the stunningly beautiful "Radhe-Shyam" and the title track to her playing organ and/or Fender Rhodes piano with large groups of Indian musicians (some of whom sing), such as on "Sivaya" or "Ghana Nila. DAVOR TOLJA - Stari mačak (1989). 12 hours ago. The Clock That Went Backwards.
Ne Vjeruj Zvijezdama. Netko Pazi Na Nas. Stari Mačak 2014. Ne Daj Se.
In 1990, Davor recorded a solo album Stari mačak and continued a successful career as a composer, songwriter and a singer. The biggest achievment was his collaboration with ENI in a song Probudi me which represented Croatia in Eurovision Song Contest in 1997. Artist descriptions on Last. Feel free to contribute!
In 1990, Davor recorded a solo album Stari mačak and continued a successful career as a composer, songwriter and a singer. 2006 Croatia Records released their Best Of. Source : Last. By the end of same year Davor had to join the army and their second mini-album Ja sam lazljiva receives the gold record award. In 1985 they appear at MESAM festival in Belgrade with the song Oaza snova. The band splits up in 1986 for business reasons. Marina continued her career as a solo artist and Davor invited his previous band memeber and collaborator Edi Kraljić to join Denis & Denis. Their album Budi tu was released in 1988.
Tracklist Hide Credits
Music By, Lyrics By – A. Šarar*
|A3||Netko Pazi Na Nas||4:07|
|A4||Ja Smišljam Zamke I Osvete||4:03|
|A5||Tako Mi Suza||3:45|
|B1||Ne Daj Se||3:49|
|B3||Ona Kaže Ne
Lyrics By – D. Tolja*Music By – R. Dorset*
|B4||Ako Me Voliš||3:53|
|B5||Ne Postojim Za Nju||3:54|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Jugoton
- Recorded At – Studio AB, Rijeka
- Mixed At – J.M. Sound Studio, Zagreb
- Arranged By, Engineer, Design – Alida Šarar
- Backing Vocals – Meri Trošelj, Žanil Tataj
- Choir – Dječji Zbor OŠ Vežica, Rijeka
- Design – Vanja Mušnjak
- Engineer – Andrej Baša
- Executive Producer – Slavko Orešković
- Guitar, Keyboards, Arranged By – Elvis Stanić
- Lacquer Cut By – SB*
- Lyrics By – A. Šarar* (tracks: A1, A3 to B2, B4, B5)
- Mixed By – Franjo Valentić
- Music By – D. Tolja* (tracks: A1, A3 to B2, B4, B5)
- Other [Choir Member] – Dominik Damiš, Sabina Kos, Ivana Krtinić, Blaž Pavičić, Dragana Grohovac
- Photography By – Josip Mjeda (Foto Revija - Rijeka)*
- Vocals, Keyboards, Bass, Percussion, Arranged By, Engineer, Producer – Davor Tolja
NotesCatalogue number 202408 7 appears on spine, the extended one, LP 6 2 02408 7, on back cover and centre labels (in two rows).
Track B3 is cover of the song "Alright, Alright, Alright" originally performed by Mungo Jerry.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 8 600412 024087
- Barcode (EAN): 8600412024087
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): 2 02408 7 A 08 12 89 SB
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): 2 02408 7 A 08 12 89 SB
- Rights Society: SOKOJ
- Other: JUS. N. N4 201
|MC-6 3 02408 6||Davor Tolja||Stari Mačak (Cass, Album)||Jugoton||MC-6 3 02408 6||Yugoslavia||1989|