Do not expect anything more than a pleasant background music that you can play over and over again. Results cached 12h Items ordered by ending time Showing all 23 items. You will not find there any hidden jewel, no matter how many times you listen. Politics aside, and regarding the fact that “Karavan” does not contain any explicit political message apart from lyrical references to the unfortunate destiny of SFRY , it must be said it is a decent, good album within the confines of mainstream, neo-prog, AOR. It’s a pity because I am usually fond of acoustic pop and rock music with folksy flavour, played in an “unplugged” fashion. Given the extreme religious-nationalist hysteria in Serbia and ex-Yugoslavia in this period, I cannot justify this kind of artists’ messing up with the totalitarian mass political culture.
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Again, we can use a worn-out phrase saying that this could have been a very good single-disc album because there are several very nice musical ideas, particularly in galija ti mozes sve first half of the set. Melody, although a bit cheesy, is very nice and with catchy chorus containing excellent harmony vocals. And why so many, even 10 tracks, have been taken from the so-called “Trilogy albums” including 4 tracks from the lousy “Daleko je sunce” and 3 tracks each from “Korak do slobode” and “Istorija ti i ja”while there was already the special compilation “Ni rat ni mir” dedicated exclusively to the Trilogy?
Roscam’s Afro-reggae “Ljubavna pesma” The Love Song which sings about “love” between different races and nations is particularly horrible!
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It is bad luck for a listener eager galija ti mozes sve check where GALIJA was up to inbecause the music present on this disc is pretty dull. Thanks to seyo for the artist addition. It’s a pity because I am usually fond of acoustic pop and rock music with folksy flavour, played in an “unplugged” fashion. Acoustic guitar and flute brings it close to a folk- rock style, while the lines “I can’t understand the division in a Balkanian way” sound more sincere than banal.
Politics aside, and regarding the fact that “Karavan” does not contain any explicit political message apart from lyrical references to the unfortunate destiny of SFRYit must be said it is a decent, good album within the confines of mainstream, neo-prog, AOR. Otherwise, the prog listeners would do better to get the first three original albums.
eve Pathetic gypsy-folk moments done in a Balkanian “pub folk” “kafanska” – a bad music indeed! The band gained bad reputation when at one time in mids they collaborated with the autocratic Serbian regime, playing in support of the Establishment ideology.
As in most cases, compilations are a ave bag, they can’t please everyone. These albums, although galija ti mozes sve so strong as some other ex-Yugoslavian bands of the era, are recommended listen for prog lovers.
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You will not moozes there any hidden jewel, no matter how many times you listen. Please consider supporting us by disabling your ad blocker. The song is, by the way, a pathetic and pretty negligible pop ballad. Studio Album, 3. Fetahagic Why this artist must be listed in www.
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In the later phase, Radoman Kanjevac contributed with concepts and lyrics, Bratislav Zlatkovic with mpzes and flute playing along with composing, while Nenad also frequently engaged guest musicians, particularly keyboard and guitar players.
Other sites in the MAC network: This release is a fair introduction to someone that is not interested in having more than one Galija release, It does the job to some degree, I just wished that it leaned a little heavier on the more productive, earlier years. Unfortunately, the majority of this type of music in ex-Yugoslavian countries is rather poor and cheap mass-consumer products with particularly bastard phenomenon like “turbo folk” as the extreme form which, while merging folk and pop-rock, effectively destroyed both styles.
Milosavljevic more or less standard band members were: Rhythm structure is obviously to by then trendy U2-like arrangements, which in this case is a compliment. From the mids onward, the band shifted musical direction towards more polished and less “rocking” art pop-rock with occasional fusion of the Balkan folk themes and frequent use of celebrated South Slav poetry for the song lyrics. It is mainstream pop-rock tune but without too much pathetic.
Typical boogie guitar riff accompanied with galija ti mozes sve harp makes transition to more R’n’B structured chorus perfect for dance clubs.
Studio Album, 2. A double album is always a big challenge even for bands much greater than GALIJA, so it is no surprise that many of the songs here sound as fillers. Kozes are galija ti mozes sve active in the new millenium and occasionally release albums of the more “mainstream” sound.
Had the band continued in this fashion through the end of the record this LP could have been a very good, even mozse one. If the absence of songs from unessential albums “Bez naglih skokova” and “Trinaest” is largely justified, why on earth have some decent albums like “Druga plovidba” and “Karavan” been omitted?
As galija ti mozes sve cover image suggests, the album is filled with nicely arranged and produced acoustic guitars with occasional melodic leads of fretless bass and harmonica sparks. Even the help of outside poets did not make the lyrics meaningful. Galija – U raju iznad oblaka CD Do not expect anything more than a pleasant background music that you can play over and over again.