Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Expressway to Belgrade

First of all a huge THANK YOU to Slobodan aka DJ Brka for contributing this excellent piece of Yu Disco! It's pretty much a monster and I hope you guys enjoy it to the max. Cheers!

Now here's some more info I copied from Discogs:

Bass - Mladen Baraković
Drums - Petar Petej-Peco*
Electric Guitar - Ante Mažuran
Engineer - Mladen Rukavec
Flute, Flute [Bass], Saxophone [Tenor] - Miroslav Sedak - Benčić
Photography - B. Dučić
Producer - Vanja Lisak*
Synthesizer [Arp, Korg, Polymoog I, Roland Expander], Sequenced By [Roland], Electric Piano [Fender], Piano, Congas, Percussion, Arranged By - Igor Savin
Technician [Sound] - Branko Podbrežnički
Trombone [I] - Radmilo Maslovarić
Trombone [Ii] - Herbert Stenzel
Trumpet [I] - Stanko Selak
Trumpet [Ii] - Marijan Domić
Trumpet [Iii] - Stanko Brihta*
Written-By - Igor Savin (tracks: A1, A3, B1 to B3) , Narodna* (tracks: A2, A4, B4)


Agent Double said...


Crazy said...

thx. some great beatz into this one.

Solomon said...

Thank you.

Michel said...


Please share the great album below.


Patchwork 64 - Accélération (1981)

Side A is pretty nice, starting out with some dreamy ambience before leading into what sounds to me like a combo of an inspirational sporting theme crossed with Michael Rother on guitar; a non-fussy catchy guitar lead in the classic "euro-rock" sense, and certainly on the cheesy side. Otherwise it's business as usual, with lots of jaunty synth- laden pop instrumentals meant to invoke a grin, it seems. Side two starts off with two techno tunes by Gerard Gesina, quickly followed by some more catchy corporate-video/sporting theme synth rock with corny guitar licks flying out of every corner.

The track "South of the Border" could literally pass for a "cosmic synth" Steely Dan approximation. Really.

Track List

A1 Jean-Pierre Decerf - Surrounding Seas
A2 Jean-Pierre Decerf - Accélération
A3 Jean-Pierre Decerf - Turn Pike Melody
A4 Jean-Pierre Decerf - Philipps 66
A5 Jean-Pierre Decerf - South of the Border
B1 Gérard Gésina - Big Green "Espace"
B2 Gérard Gésina - Warranty Renown
B3 Jean-Pierre Decerf - Renaissance
B4 Jean-Pierre Decerf - Power
B5 Jean-Pierre Decerf - Monticelli'bar


basso said...

i'd like to....
but i'm not in the position aahem possesion of the lp. sorry

arty said...

hi Basso!!
big thanks for so rare music!!!

could you help-my parents made records from polish jazz radio in 1970s
and i still have some unknown polish tracks-maby you know,who is this