|Origin||Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina|
|Past members||Davorin Popović|
Indexi was a Bosnian and former Yugoslav rock band popular in Yugoslavia. It formed in 1962 in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and disbanded in 2001 when singer Davorin Popović died. Some of their most notable songs are "Svijet u kome živim" and "Negdje u kraju, u zatišju" with lyrics by Želimir Altarac Čičak, "Plima", "Sve ove godine", "Sanjam" and "Bacila je sve niz rijeku", which was later covered by many other ex-Yugoslavian groups, notably Crvena jabuka.
Indexi formed in 1962, and their name was derived from the "Indeks" which was a students' grade log. They began by making instrumental covers of popular hits, but in 1967 started composing. They were known as the "Pioneers of Psychedelic Rock", and were inspired by many bands like the Beatles, Yes, and The Guess Who.
Last known membership
- Davorin Popović, singer
- Slobodan Kovačević, guitar
- Sinan Alimanović, keyboard organ
- Fadil Redžić, bass
- Ranko Rihtman, piano, keyboard instruments
- Đorđe Kisić, Drums & percussions
Following the band's inception, various rotatings of drummers and keyboardists were made.
EPs and singles
- Pružam ruke (1967)
- Jutro će promijeniti sve (1968)
- Krivac si ti (1972)
- Indexi (1977)
- Retrospektiva (1979)
- Sve ove godine (1986)
- Best of Indexi 1962–2001 2 CD compilation (2001)
NOTE: A large number of compilations has been released in period between 1981 and 1996
- Indexi (award), the Bosnian music award named after them