Korak do slobode

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Korak do slobode
1989 - Korak do slobode A.jpg
Studio album by Galija
Released 1989
Recorded Studio VI, Radio Belgrade
1989
Genre Rock
Folk rock
Length 33:24
Label PGP-RTB
Producer Saša Habić
Galija chronology
Daleko je Sunce
(1988)Daleko je Sunce1988
Korak do slobode
(1989)
Još uvek sanjam (Najveći hitovi)
(1990)Još uvek sanjam (Najveći hitovi)1990

Korak do slobode (trans. One Step to Freedom) is the seventh studio album from Serbian and former Yugoslav rock band Galija. It is the second part of the trilogy consisting of the album Daleko je Sunce, this album and the album Istorija, ti i ja. It is the second album recorded in cooperation with lyricist Radomir Kanjevac.

The song "Kad me pogledaš" is a cover of Dire Straits song "Brothers in Arms". The song "Sloboda" is a duet by Galija frontman Nenad Milosavljević and Goran Šepa, the singer of the hard rock band Kerber. Reggae-inspired "Ljubavna pesma" lyrics deal with growing nationalism in Yugoslavia.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Noć" (N. Milosavljević, R. Kanjevac) – 3:54
  2. "Korak do slobode" (N. Milosavljević, R. Kanjevac) – 2:50
  3. "Na tvojim usnama" (B. Zlatković, R. Kanjevac) – 3:10
  4. "Kopaonik" (B. Zlatković, R. Kanjevac) – 2:45
  5. "Kad me pogledaš" (M. Knopfler, N. Milosavljević, R. Kanjevac) - 4:45
  6. "Sloboda" (B. Zlatković, R. Kanjevac) – 3:30
  7. "Pevaju jutra" (N. Milosavljević, J. J. Roscam, P. Milosavljević, R. Kanjevac) – 3:15
  8. "Ljubavna pesma" (J. J. Roscam, R. Kanjevac) – 2:30
  9. "Nasmeši se" (B. Zlatković, R. Kanjevac) – 3:48

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