I hadn't planned on posting anything today, but the plumber I'm sitting at home waiting for is now four hours late and counting and I'm clearly not going to make it in to work today. I could complain that the day is wasted, but instead I see it as an opportunity to do something more important than mere work. So I have strapped my zeitgeist skates on, and off we go.
While today's post is unscheduled, that does not mean it won't be welcomed by the many lovers of 1970s Serbian folk-rock that make up my core audience. I have great pleasure in presenting Suncokret with a couple of tracks from their one and only album, 1977's "Moje Bube". "Suncokret" means "sunflower", but you probably knew that already.
"Ni Sam Ne Znam Kada" - Suncokret
"Moj Djerdane" - Suncokret
Tuesday, 20 November 2018
Posted by Ernie Goggins at 13:44
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An unscheduled post! I have interrupted Judge Judy viewing time to listen to the Serbian version of Fairport Convention. I am particularly impressed that track two is a prog-folk-rock track.ReplyDelete
I can think of no greater compliment than that you have set Judge Judy aside for me.Delete
I picked this CD up on my most recent visit to Zagreb, and was pleasantly surprised to find it was better than I honestly expected. There are a couple of bonus tracks that are much more prog than the original album. Play your cards right and I might send them to you.