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Croatian Rock Musicians Books LLC

Croatian Rock Musicians

Books LLC

Published June 21st 2010
ISBN : 9781158364923
Paperback
28 pages
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Chapters: Darko Rundek, Branimir tuli?, Neno Belan, Damir Urban, Kre imir Mi ak, Jura Stubli?. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 26. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publishers book club where you canMoreChapters: Darko Rundek, Branimir tuli?, Neno Belan, Damir Urban, Kre imir Mi ak, Jura Stubli?. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 26. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publishers book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Darko Rundek (born January 30, 1956) is a Croatian rock singer, songwriter, poet, and actor. His music career started in the early 80s, as the frontman of the world music influenced rock band Haustor. Living in France since 1991, he recorded three albums with various musicians from different parts of the world: U irokom svijetu, Apokalipso and Ruke. The last was a concept album about a group of musicians traveling on a cargo ship. Haustor was formed in 1979 by Sran Sacher (Bass), and Darko Rundek (Guitar and Vocals), with Zoran Perii (Drums) and Ozren tigli (Guitar). Damir Prica (Saxophone), Nikola Santro (Trombone), and Zoran Vuleti (Keyboards) completed the original Haustor line-up. They were open to reggae, Latin American music and African music influences and were one of the top bands of the rock scene in Yugoslavia, performing numerous concerts to thousands of spectators. The band released four studio-recorded albums during the 80s: Haustor in 1981, Trei Svijet (Third world) in 1984, Bolero in 1985 and Tajni Grad (Secret Town) in 1988- three singles: Moja prva ljubav (My first love) in 1980, Zima (Winter) in 1981 and Radio in 1982. The live album Ulje je na vodi (Oil on the water) was recorded in 1982 and released in 1995, and 81-88 (The best of) was released in 1995. Darko Rundek started his solo career in 1995 at the Croatian music festival Fiju Briju before an audience of 10 000 people, where he presented new musical material which was to be developed during the following series of concerts throughout Croatia. With strong support from the record company Jabukaton, the album Apokalipso (apocalypse+calyp...More: http: //booksllc.net/?id=2015914