Službeni audio 'Jurica Pađen' izvodi album Žicanje. C) 2005 Croatia Records, Master Music. Jurica Pađen - gitara Remo Cartagine - bas, klavijature, programiranje Tomislav Šojat - bas na 4, 6 i 9 Ana Šuto - klavijature Nikša Bratoš - akustična gitara na 13. Producenti - Jurica Pađen, Remo Cartagine.
icanje is the first solo album by the Croatian guitarist Jurica Pađen, released through Croatia Records in September 2005. The album was recorded in early 2005 in SYAM Studio in Zagreb and contains 15 instrumental tracks featuring Remo Cartagine, Tomislav Šojat, Ana Šuto and Nikša Bratoš. The album release was followed by video for "Google Boogie", which was the only single from the album. All music written by Jurica Pađen, all arrangements by Jurica Pađen and Remo Cartagine.
Profile: Croatian rock musician, singer/lead guitarist, singer-songwriter, born February 03, 1955 in Zagreb, Croatia. Also a co-founder of Etnofest Neum Music Festival. As singer-songwriter and lead guitarist with ''Aerodrom'' (1979-1986), as ''Padjen band'' (1993-1997) and since 2001 as solo and ''Jurica Padjen & Aerodrom'' he released 13 studio albums .
Aerodrom (also known as Jurica Pađen & Aerodrom) is a Croatian rock band from Zagreb. Aerodrom was founded in 1978 by Jurica Pađen, former member of rock bands Grupa 220 and Parni valjak. Aerodrom saw its greatest success in the early 1980s. Between 1979 and 1986 the band produced five studio albums, before disbanding in 1987. Between 1987 and 1990, Pađen was a member of Azra. In 1994, he formed Pađen band. In 2001, he launched a comeback of Aerodrom, with two of the band's original members.
Jurica Pađen is a Croatian singer and guitarist, born in Zagreb, Croatia, on February 3rd 1955. He was a founding member of the rock bands Parni Valjak and Aerodrom and member of Azra. During the 1990s he started his own group Pađen Band. In the 2000s he was also a part of the 4 Asa supergroup along with Rajko Dujmić, Vlado Kalember and Alen Islamović.
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- Acoustic Guitar – Nikša Bratoš (tracks: 13)
- Bass Guitar – Tomislav Šojat (tracks: 4, 6, 9)
- Bass Guitar, Keyboards, Drum Programming – Remo Cartagine
- Design – Antun Babogredac
- Engineer – Remo Cartagine
- Guitar – Jurica Pađen
- Keyboards – Ana Šuto
- Photography – Nika Pavlinek
- Producer, Arranged By – Jurica Pađen, Remo Cartagine
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