It is diverse in style and all the tracks well, except maybe “Prijatelj” are very well crafted and performed. This page was last edited on 17 July , at Young I still remember my horror when hearing his notorious “Trans” album where he experimented with synths and computers, but over the years I learnt to treat it as such – a failed but sincere experiment. Recommended to fans of folk-rock, progressive folk and acoustic guitars with melodic but sometimes extended songs, with psyche moments. This article on a rock band is a stub. The melodies are developed slowly, mainly in acoustic guitar and later with keyboards. Maybe it is unfair to pronounce it his worst album, but really so much dependence on drum machines and synths, vocal synthetic treatments, totally unnecessary sampling of odd sounds baby cry, football game commentators
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There is Someone Somewhere with a loose, hypnotic and jazzy arrangement. Much of Mlinarec’s consequent work after this album was experimental music which usually surfaced at the various exhibtions openings or as the part of the artistic installations, also as the ambient music for radio or TV.
Results cached 6h Items ordered by ending time Showing all 15 items. Then a storm comes in – a menacing and stomping bass rhythm and guitars, with high pitch percussion effects – “Ovce” Sheep! They were one of the pioneers of Yugoslav rock music.
Drago Mlinarec – Vinyl Albums – Discography
Backed by a group of local session musicians and under the studio direction of Varga, he chose to collect a handful of his earlier songs and to re-record them in Varga’s studio in Sweden. The third album “Rodjenje” in introduced keyboard player Neven Franges with whom Mlinarec was about to collaborate untilrecording two more albums.
JugotonSuzy Records. This song was composed back in when Mlinarec served the army in Rijeka.
Studio Album, 4.
The minute ambitious epic suite “Cirkus” starts slowly and builds up with piano, electric guitar and fine drums and organ. The music itself never sits quietly in any place – you do have the sensation of flowing through all of them. Unfortunately, “Pomaknuto” is not experimental at all, rather it shows a period of letargy and creative down of a great songwriter.
DRAGO MLINAREC discography and reviews
Progressive rockPop music. This is a very accessible and easy-going rock music, but not an “easy listening” pop, which is quite a different thing. Both songs are very nice and disoografija match some of his earlier and most popular works from the past.
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That album marked the beginning of his solo career and the following year saw the release of “Pjesme s planine”, critically acclaimed LP with Zubak and Stancic of GRUPA as rhythm section. Overall, do not expect much in terms of production, instrumental prowess or mammoth and complex song structures – mlinnarec is too early for that! It is diverse in style and all the tracks well, drsgo maybe “Prijatelj” are very well crafted and performed.
Drago Mlinarec Discography Yugoslavia – Gallery –
Actually, there is nothing particularly wrong with this album. A musical voyage to figure among the best of Yugoslavian scene. Of course, the minimalist ambient aspect of Brian Eno also comes to mind, which is particularly evident in the closer “C’est” with its sea waves emulation, gentle percussions and electronic bass.
Diana in Townrecalling his best-known period. Music style is similar to that of the previous album “Tako lako” – a more or less straightforward “mainstream” rock, with hints of British pub rock, American “heartland” folk rock and a crisp “new wave” mlniarec, which is especially evident in rhythm section treatment.
Studio Album, 3. The sixth studio album, recorded and released inwas titled “Tako mlinagec So Easy. Highlights include a reggae re-work of evergreen GRUPA hit of”Osmijeh” The Smile”Trkaliste” The Racing Field and a slightly condensed prog masterpiece “Pjesme s planine” Songs From the Mountain from the namesake album of – for this occassion slightly harder and with more compact arrangement.
No matter how bad it may sound as the LP, it indicated the direction of the Mlinarec’s music to come. Mlinarec diskografijq both his solo tracks and those he did with GRUPA in late in order to present a refreshed version of his entire career up to this point. It is definitely a cynical commentary on the society. Croatian rock music groups Musical groups established in Instrumental rock musical groups establishments in Yugoslavia disestablishments in Yugoslavia Musical groups disestablished in Diskogdafija musical group stubs.