Young Sarajevo’s group Bonton Baya was the leading music group of this city in the early 80’s, and we could even say that they were the most intellectually educated new wave rock band. To name, leading the group Nenad Strbac, composer, vocals & guitar, law graduate; bassist Zlatan Cico, electrotechnical graduate; guitarist Nikša Bratoš, electrotechnical graduate; drummer Ademir Volić, architectural graduate; pianist, keys Damir Misirlić, economy graduate. Their debut album Elpi was recorded in studio RT Sarajevo and produced by Nenad Jurin.
"Šta bi dao da si na mom mjestu" is the second LP from influential Yugoslav rock group Bijelo Dugme, released in 1975. The album is a continuation of the band's early folkish hard rock sound that was displayed on their debut album Kad bi' bio bijelo dugme, again incorporating traditionalist folk elements blended with blues. Although the album was recorded in London, the lyrics and composition were written during August, September, and October 1975 in the eastern Bosnian village of Borike. The album is perhaps most memorable for its ambitious songs "Ne gledaj me tako i ne ljubi me više", "Požurite konji moji", evocative title track "Šta bi dao da si na mom mjestu", all tracks exceeding 6 minutes, and all-time hit "Tako ti je mala moja kad ljubi Bosanac".
01-Tako ti je mala moja kad ljubi Bosanac 02-Hop-cup 03-Došao sam da ti kažem da odlazim 04-Ne gledaj me tako i ne ljubi me više 05-Požurite konji moji 06-Bekrija si cijelo selo viče e pa jesam, šta se koga tiče 07-Šta bi dao da si na mom mjestu
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