Korni Grupa (Serbian Cyrillic: Корни Група, trans. Korni Group) was a Yugoslav rock band from Belgrade, also known as the Kornelyans, the name which they used during a short-lived foray into the international market. Formed in 1968, Korni Grupa was one of the first Yugoslav rock bands to achieve major mainstream popularity, and the first Yugoslav supergroup. Korni Grupa is considered to be one of the most prominent and influential bands in the history of rock music in Yugoslavia.
The first album "Korni Grupa" was released in 1972 and appeared to be the 4th (fourth) LP record of rock music issued in Yugoslavia ever! It was quite a revolutionary step keeping in mind the ambitious musicianship showcased on this album. The music was close to jazz-fusion with virtuosity playing by Kovac, Bocek and Pejakovic. This is one of the most important records of the entire Yugoslavian rock catalogue! The second album "Not An Ordinary Life" was recorded in Italy in 1974 and targeted the international market
Korni Grupa is a music studio album recording by KORNI GRUPA, KORNELYANS (Jazz ive Rock) released in 1972 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. KORNI GRUPA were a very popular group in Yugoslavia in the seventies. They had the ability to churn out the pop hits but at the same time create Progressive albums like this their debut. The band was formed by the former keyboard player for INDEXI. Glas Sa Obale Boje" opens with this melancholic guitar followed by vocals as the sad mood continues.
Korni Grupa's debut album was originally released in 1972 on PGP RTB label and appeared to be the fourth rock LP ever issued in Yugoslavia! The music here is hihgly melodic, epic progressive rock (similar to early Banco) combined with hard rock and jazz-fusion elements. Other Versions (2 of 2) View All. Cat.
Listen free to Korni Grupa – Korni Grupa (Glas Sa Obale Boja, Put za istok and more). 1. Glas sa Obale Boja 2. Put za Istok: 1) Prvi dan 2) Drugi dan 3) Dilema 4) Zemlja 3. Moj bol 4. Bezglave Ja-Ha horde 6. Tata Ko i mama Spo "PGP-RTB", 1972 Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last. Overview (current section).
Is Korni Grupa the best album by Korni Grupa? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. This album At A Glance. Korni Grupa by Korni Grupa (1972) Overall rank: 39,615th. Accolades: Top albums of 1972 (446th). Top albums of the 1970s (4,213th). Best albums of all time (39,615th).
Korni grupa" is excellent example of early Yugoslavian prog rock which will remain unique effort of the best known line-up of Kovac, Bocek, Hreljac, Furduj and Pejakovic. This album established Bocek as a guitar-virtuoso, Kovac as a master of keyboards and talented composer, Pejakovic proved his vocal capabilities while the jazz-influenced rhythm section of Furduj and Hreljac gave a strong basis for above three
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|1||Glas Sa Obale Boja
Music By, Arranged By – Josip Boček
|2||Put Za Istok (Prvi Dan / Drugi Dan / Dilema / Zemlja)||14:27|
Engineer – Sergej DolencMusic By – Ljubomir Brandjolica
|4||Bezglave Ja-Ha Horde||6:50|
|5||Tata Ko I Mama Spo||4:12|
- Artwork By [Design], Photography By – Velisav Tomović
- Bass, Percussion – Bojan Hreljac
- Drums, Congas, Tamburitza – Vladimir Furduj
- Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Backing Vocals – Josip Boček
- Engineer – Profesor Toša Andrin* (tracks: 1, 2, 4, 5)
- Lead Vocals – Zlatko Pejaković
- Lyrics By – Kornelije Kovač
- Music By – Kornelije Kovač (tracks: 2, 4, 5)
- Organ, Piano, Electric Piano, Vibraphone, Harpsichord [Klavsen], Backing Vocals – Kornelije Bata Kovač*
- Producer – Mića Marković*
NotesRecorded at Studio 6 RT Belgrade, Feb. 1972.
Song "Moj bol" recorded at Studio RTV Ljubljana, Dec. 4, 1971.
|LPV 5222||Korni Grupa||Korni Grupa (LP, Album)||PGP RTB||LPV 5222||Yugoslavia||1972|
|ET 05||Korni Grupa||Korni Grupa (CD, Album, Unofficial)||Eastern Time||ET 05||Italy||2013|