PRODAJE SE VELIKO LEPO IMANJE U SOKOBANJI

PRODAJE SE VELIKO LEPO IMANJE U SOKOBANJI
Lepo imanje na brdu iznad SOKOBANJE na prodaju ili zamenu. Moguća gradnja ili obnova lepe stare vile. Moguć svaki dogovor.

NACRTNA GEOMETRIJA

27 May 2012

ROBOTI jedna mala lepa kolekcija


ROBOTI su bili jako cenjen bend iz doba početaka rock muzike u JUGOSLAVIJI i kao beat bend i kao bend čiji članovi znaju itekako dobro da sviraju.

Vratićemo se dakle u daleku prošlost i preslušati ansambl s alepim imenom


VIS Roboti (THE ROBOTS) were Yugoslavian beat / rhythm and blues band formed in Zagreb, in 1961. In the beggining they were more popular outside Yugoslavia, and they often toured Austria. While touring Italy they performed under new name 'Five Up'. In the same time founding members joined Ivica Čižmek in 1967 and New (Old) Robots were (re)formed. 'Five Up' was disbanded in 1969, and few members go further as 'The Wheels of Fire'. Roboti split up in 1979.
Members were:
Ivica Čižmek Čizma (vocals)
Ivica Čokalj Ðoko (solo guitar)
Vasilij Čaplinski Vaso (bass)
Mladen Hajčić Hajac (rhythm guitar)
Predrag Drezga Dodo (drums)
Ivica Gospodarić Lisac (drums)
Željko Žunec Žež (piano)
Fritz Mavrin (hawaian guitar)
Žarko Dančuo (vocals)
Marijan Pakar Paki (drums)
Zlatko Basletić (rhythm guitar)
Ivica Percl (bass, rhythm guitar)
Tony Studeny (vocals) (later Five Up)
Viktor Hromin (drums) (later Five Up)
Mario Anžek (bass) (later Five Up)
Ivica Balić (keyboards, trumpet) (later Five Up)

* New line-up from 1967:
Ivica Čižmek Čizma (vocals), Vasilij Čaplinski Vaso (bass), Željko Žunec Žež (piano), Franko Kuhar (drums), Ivica Čokalj Ðoko (solo guitar), Franc Isković (saxophone), Branko Vukić Ðek (bass)

* 'Five Up' line-up:
Ivica Čokalj Ðoko (solo guitar), Tony Studeny (vocals), Viktor Hromin (drums), Mario Anžek (bass), Ivica Balić (organ, trumpet), Vedran Božić (keyboards, lead guitar), Rajmond Ruić (bass), Aljoša Gojanović, Josip Komerički (saxophone)

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