Griva (album)

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Griva
GrivaGria.jpg
Studio album by Griva
Released 1987
Recorded Barbaro Studio/Radio Novi Sad, 1987
Genre Hard rock
Glam metal
Folk rock
Length 41:17
Label Jugodisk
Producer Karolj Kovač
Ivica Vlatković
Griva chronology
Nisi ni ti anđeo
(1985)Nisi ni ti anđeo1985
Griva
(1987)
Što te tata pušta samu
(1988)Što te tata pušta samu1988
Audio cassette cover
Griva1987Kaseta.jpg

Griva, also known as Vojvodino, Vojvodino, što si tako ravna (trans. Vojvodina, Vojvodina, Why Are You so Flat) after its biggest hit, is the third studio album by Serbian and former Yugoslav hard rock band Griva, released in 1987.

The album featured more commercial sound than previous two Griva albums, and some songs featured elements of folk music of Vojvodina. The track "Devojka biserne kose" is a cover of the song "Gyöngyhajú lány" by the Hungarian band Omega (both Serbian and Hungarian title are translated as "A Girl with Pearls Hair").

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by Zlatko Karavla, except where noted

  1. "Vojvodino, Vojvodino, što si tako ravna" - 3:35
  2. "Februar je mesec u znalu mačora" - 3:55
  3. "Kad me ostaviš i zaboraviš" - 2:50
  4. "Devojka biserne kose" (Gábor Presser, Laslo Novak) - 5:00
  5. "Istanbul" (Josip Sabo) - 2:55
  6. "I noćas ću ti noći" - 4:00
  7. "Još mislim na nju" - 3:25
  8. "Mi vas volimo" - 3:05
  9. "Sam protiv svih" - 3:28

Credits[edit]

  • Zlatko Karavla - vocals
  • Josip Sabo - guitar, backing vocals
  • Đorđe Jovanvić - bass guitar
  • Zoran Bulatović - guitar, bass guitar
  • Nasko Budimlić - drums
  • Laslo Novak - keyboards
  • Janoš Kazimić - drums

Additional personnel[edit]

  • Saša Lokner - keyboards
  • Predrag Janjičić - drums
  • Ivan Sabo - cello
  • Brothers Sabo Tamburitza Orchestra
  • Karolj Kovač - producer
  • Ivica Vlatković - producer
  • Jan Šaš - recorded by
  • Milan Ćirić - recorded by

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