Various ‎– Pop Festival Ljubljana 72 - Boom

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Slovenijakoncert ‎– 1-2, Helidon ‎– UFLP-003
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2 × Vinyl, LP, Album
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A1 Nirvana (6) 222
Written-By – Nirvana (6)
2:54
A2 Indexi Hej Ti
Lyrics By – Ferfiljeva*Music By – Konstantinov*
5:27
A3 D. Mlinarec*, I. Kiš*, T. Domicelj* Kaj God Blues
Written-By – Kiš*
2:26
A4 D. Mlinarec*, I. Kiš*, T. Domicelj* Skladište Tišine
Written-By – Mlinarec*, Kiš*
2:23
A5 Alarm (5) Boj
Written By – Urbančič, Zagorac
3:15
B1 Grupa 777* Exodus
Written-By – Gold*
5:38
B2 Mladi Levi Spominjam Se Antimaterije
Written-By – Mladi Levi
12:38
C1 Had (2) Nebeški Dar
Arranged By – Had (2)Written-By – Krasniči*
4:01
C2 Had (2) Put U Ništa
Written-By – Svilar*, Orošeličeva*
4:09
C3 Ivica Percl Svakoga Dana Ja Znam
Written-By – Percl*
2:21
C4 Grupa M. Škrgatiča* Smij Se
Written-By – Dujmič*
6:35
D1 Time (16) Za Koji Život Treba Da Se Rodim
Written-By – Topič*
13:07
D2 Nirvana (6) Pred Tvojim Vratima
Written-By – Nirvana (6)
5:17

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Double album recorded live from Hala Tivoli, Ljubljana, 21 and 22 April 1972. First festival called Boom.

Made in Yugoslavia

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: BIEM
  • Other (Record 1 catalog number): SK 1
  • Other (Record 2 catalog number): SK 2
  • Other (Record 1 pressing number): UFLP-003/1
  • Other (Record 2 pressing number): UFLP-003/2
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, stamped): POP 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, stamped): POP 2
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C runout, stamped): POP 3
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D runout, stamped): POP 4

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johnkatsmc5

johnkatsmc5

September 19, 2013
edited about 1 year ago

An excellent example of early prog in Yugoslavia! The intention of editors was not, of course, to publish a set of "progressive" or "art rock" bands, this is just a double live pop album. But, those were the days when pop was...this. I would give five years of my live if could have been there...( usually I'm using a phrase "I would give 10 years of my life..." but I'm getting older:)This records is the FIRST double rock vinyl published in Yugoslavia, and it's also the FIRST LIVE rock record.And it's good.IN a way, it's excellent. However, a casual listener might get an impression it's horrible. See, the recording quality, although not horrible, is far from perfect. As for the songs themselves - many of them had a certain scent of amateurism, like they wallowed in all the syndromes of the new band: non-focused music, getting even tedious at the moments, like on a punk festival where teenagers are enjoying being on stage and amplified.But the music is daring, and it's sincere. Pressed on the vinyl straight from the hearts of these youngsters. Many of them will became legends in years to come. Many of them will sunk into obscurity.Thirteen tracks, ten artists. At the moments I'm writing this (November 2007), only three out of ten artist are listed in ProgArchives. That doesn't mean the others are less worth or even non-prog. They're just obscure, and some of theme disbanded before releasing an album.The most professional (and coherent) performances here are surely by TIME ("Za koji zivot treba da se rodim") and INDEXI ("Hej ti, mlado momče"). They were both established musicians before. These two are great, hands down. For the comparison, check the studio version on TIME's debut album.The rest of material vary in "progressiveness" and professionalism, but it's overloaded with sincerity; some professional degree had DRAGO MLINAREC and IVICA PERCL, who were both quite successful. "Kaj God Blues" is a good acoustic blues tune", "Skladista Tisine" didn't impress me that much. I prefer both from MLINAREC and DOMICELJ their more histrionic prog folk (I'm not familiar with KIS). PERCL was famous for his easy listening career, but over here he proved he's able to do intellgent rock too! For comparison, try to imagine SINATRA on Woodstock doing some good psyche!!After aforementioned ones, everything else is obscure. MLADI LEVI performed a psychedelic, longish "Vspominjam se antimaterije", led with the swirly organ. It's a bit unpolished, but nice example of this music nonetheless. This record is a historical document, mind you.I'm really wondering what is today with people who played in GRUPA MARTINA SKRGATIČA, NIRVANA, GRUPA 777, ALARM. GRUPA 777 were popular at the time, but not for prog. I have a cheap East-European-made bass guitar, and my GRUPA 777 sticker on it is doubling the value of the instrument. Ha! NIRVANA (one more band with that name!) were from Pula, Croatia, and acording to the poll that was published in "ČEMPRESS" magazine (which was published by the KUD IDIJOTI, another legendary band from Pula), well, according to that poll, NIRVANA was one of the most popular bands of the Istrian peninsula ever. So, they were not that obscure after all.I have no clue about GRUPA MARTINA SKRGATIČA and ALARM. I never heard of them before or after. They both provided enjoying performances here.HAD is a heavy band hailing from Slavonski Brod, who had famous Pejaković (ex-KORNI GRUPA) for a vocalist. However, I think he is not singing on this record, it sounds more like their second vocalist Veseli. I'm enjoying HAD's two tunes the most. Heavy psych in "Put u nista", with a riff so catchy it's beyond description; and beautiful ballad "Nebeski Dar".
Great, great record. Great concert. Great bands. Great people. I salute you all.

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