Turneja 2005: Sarajevo, Zagreb, Beograd

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Turneja 2005
Live album by Bijelo Dugme
Released 2006
Genre Rock
Folk rock
Pop rock
Label Music Star Production / Kamarad
Producer Goran Bregović
Bijelo Dugme chronology
Ćiribiribela
(1988)
Turneja 2005: Sarajevo, Zagreb, Beograd
(2006)
Slipcase cover

Turneja 2005: Sarajevo, Zagreb, Beograd (trans. 2005 Tour: Sarajevo, Zagreb, Belgrade) is the fourth live album by Yugoslav rock band Bijelo Dugme, released in 2006. The album was recorded on Bijelo Dugme 2005 reunion tour, and is the band's first release (excluding compilation albums) since the 1988 studio album Ćiribiribela.

Background[edit]

Bijelo Dugme disbanded in 1989, two years before the Yugoslav Wars broke out.[1] During the following decade, the band's former leader, Goran Bregović, stated on numerous occasions that he will not reunite Bijelo Dugme.[1] However, in 2005, Bijelo Dugme reunited, featuring most of the musicians that passed through the band: Goran Bregović and Željko Savić on guitar, Željko Bebek, Mladen Vojičić "Tifa" and Alen Islamović on vocals, Zoran Redžić on bass guitar, Milić Vukašinović and Điđi Jankelić on drums and Vlado Pravdić and Laza Ristovski on keyboards.[1] The reunited Bijelo Dugme did not feature only bass guitarist Jadranko Stanković, who was a member of the original Bijelo Dugme lineup, but spent only several months with the band, drummer Ipe Ivandić, who died in 1994, and short-term touring musicians, bass guitarists Ljubiša Racić and Sanin Karić and drummer Garabet Tavitjan.[1]

The reunion saw large media attention in all former Yugoslav republics. The band held only three concerts: in Sarajevo, at Koševo stadium, Zagreb, at Maksimir stadium, and Belgrade, at Belgrade Hippodrome.[1] The recordings from the concerts were released on the double live album Turneja 2005: Sarajevo, Zagreb, Beograd.[1]

Track listings[edit]

CD1[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Lažeš"   4:29
2. "Za Esmu"   4:23
3. "Meni se ne spava"   5:02
4. "Jer kad ostariš"   4:57
5. "Da te bogdo ne volim"   4:42
6. "Padaju zvijezde"   4:39
7. "Aiaio radi radio"   3:25
8. "Nakon svih ovih godina"   4:34
9. "Šta ima novo"   4:57
10. "Ćiribiribela"   5:12
11. "Kada odem, kad me ne bude"   5:05
12. "Ako ima boga"   5:00
13. "A i ti me iznevjeri"   4:05
14. "Napile se ulice"   3:58
15. "Ipak poželim neko pismo"   5:03
16. "Ne spavaj, mala moja, muzika dok svira"   3:07

CD2[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Sve će to, mila moja, prekriti ruzmarin, snjegovi i šaš"   7:24
2. "Ako možeš zaboravi"   6:12
3. "Na zadnjem sjedištu moga auta"   4:51
4. "Ha ha ha"   3:50
5. "Doživjeti stotu"   3:14
6. "Sanjao sam noćas da te nemam"   8:12
7. "A milicija trenira trenira strogoću"   3:06
8. "Pristao sam biću sve što hoće"   3:25
9. "Loše vino"   3:25
10. "Evo zakleću se"   4:47
11. "Ružica si bila, sada više nisi"   3:50
12. "Ima neka tajna veza"    
13. "Tako ti je, mala moja, kad ljubi Bosanac"   3:13
14. "Lipe cvatu, sve je isto k'o i lani"   4:55
15. "Hajdemo u planine"   5:00

Personnel[edit]

Additional personnel[edit]

  • Daniela Radkova Aleksandrova - backing vocals
  • Ludmila Radkova Traykova - backing vocals
  • Klapa Nostalgija - backing vocals
  • Wedding & Funeral Band
  • Dušan Vasić - engineer
  • Nenad Zubak - engineer
  • Janez Križaj - mastered by
  • Nikša Bratoš - mixed by
  • Željko Savić - technician

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f Janjatović, Petar (2007). EX YU ROCK enciklopedija 1960-2006. Belgrade: self-released. p. 35. 

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