Bajaga and the Instructors are a Serbian and former Yugoslav rock band. Views Read Edit View history. Despite the growing nationalism the band was well accepted in all parts of Yugoslavia.
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The band also performed on the rock evening of the Intertalent Festival in Prague. Views Read Edit View history.
It features two previously unrecorded songs: The book YU Inthe band recorded two new songs: At the beginning ofBajaga i Instruktori planned to perform in Slovenia, and there was a huge interest by the audience for these concerts. On the Slovenian record label Biveco released the compilation album Neizbrisano Unerased.
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The album was promoted on concerts in Montenegro and Macedonia, and on a sold out concert in Belgrade's Hala sportova. Bajaga i Instruktori Serbian Cyrillic: The Best albums of Yugoslav pop and rock music features four Bajaga i Instruktori albums: Bajaga i Instruktori - Ako treba da je kraj", popboks. Sa druge hitvoi jastuka ranked No. Serbian rock music groups Serbian pop rock music groups Yugoslav rock music groups Musical groups from Belgrade Musical groups established in establishments in Yugoslavia.
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The album was produced by Voja Aralica. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
However, Slovenian authorities refused to issue visas to the band, bitovi caused a scandal in Slovenian media.
Bajaga i instruktori
The concert featured Valentino and Bezobrazno Zeleno as the opening bands. Despite the growing nationalism the band was well accepted in all parts of Yugoslavia.
During the tour that followed the album release the band held two sold out concerts in Belgrade's Pionir Hall. The band's history begins in The song was originally recorded in for Point Blank 's album Gitarologija: The album was promoted on a concert in the building of Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra on December 27, The album marked a slight stylistic change in the band's sound: Inthe band started a tour with which they celebrated 30 years since the formation of the band and the release of their debut album.
The single was printed in 99, copies.
After that, Bajaga i Instruktori went on a two months Soviet Union tour, during which they held 42 concerts. In Decemberthe band celebrated 25 years of existence with three concerts held in Belgrade's Sava Centar.
The album was sold in more thancopies, and the band was awarded with the May 25 award by the League of Communist Youth of Yugoslavia. Several days later, in the night between March 9 and 10, they performed in Toulouse on the Night of Mediterranean Rock.
In other projects Wikimedia Commons. On April 19,the band performed in Poland for the first time.