Vojnički Dani (Cass, Album). Vojnički Dani (LP, Album, RP). PGP RTB. 2121654.
Only for completionists (100%). Like all other fit young men in SFR Yugoslavia, Laza Ristovski had to serve the army too. Being a successful musician, whose "Merge" album had been amongst the best selling instrumental music records those years, he was destined to do the same privileged duty in the military. Nothing wrong with that.
In 1993, Ristovski released his first solo album since 1986, Quit. In 1994, he recorded well-received album Naos (Nave) with Bajaga i Instruktori keyboardist Saša Lokner. Some of the songs on Naos were inspired by Orthodox spiritual music. In 2003, he released the album Gondola, and in 2006, the album Laza Ristovski Plays Simon & Garfunkel, featuring instrumental versions. and the other featuring Vojnički dani and Roses for a General in their entirety. In March 2016, a documentary about Ristovski was announced. The documentary will be directed by Ivan Grlić. On November 9, 2016, in Belgrade's Sava Centar a concert entitled Iza horizonta was held, honoring Ristovski.
Vojnički Dani + Roses For A General. Svetlost U A-Duru (Antologija).
Not to be confused with Lazar Ristovski, Serbian actor. Background information. In 1980, Ristovski recorded the album Rok cirkus (Rock Circus) with Smak. During the same year, Ristovski released his debut solo release, a 7" single with the songs "Tražiš oproštaj" ("You Seek Forgiveness") and "Andželika" ("Angelica"), both composed by Tugomir Vidanović. Members of Mama Co Co and Vatra were involved in the single . Ristovski's debut solo album Merge was released in 1982, and became the best-selling instrumental music album in Yugoslavia 1983. Until his return to Bijelo Dugme in 1985, he released three more solo albums: 2/3 (1983), Roses for a General (1984) and Vojnički dani (Army Days, 1984)
Lazar "Laza" Ristovski (Serbian Cyrillic: Лазар Ристовски, born on 26 October 1952) is a Serbian actor, director, producer and writer of Macedonian descent. He has appeared on stage about 4000 times, and starred in over 40 films, TV series and TV dramas, mostly in lead roles
Lazar "Laza" Ristovski (Serbian Cyrillic: Лаза Ристовски, pronounced ; 23 January 1956 – 6 October 2007) was a Serbian and former Yugoslav keyboardist, known for being a member of rock bands Smak and Bijelo Dugme, as well as for his eclectic solo work that spawned many different musical genres. Until his return to Bijelo Dugme in 1985, he released three more solo albums: 2/3 (1983), Roses for a General (1984) and Vojnički dani (Army Days, 1984). The latter featured instrumental versions of Yugoslav revolutionary songs. Back to Bijelo Dugme (1985-89). Ristovski's debut solo album Merge was released in 1982, and became the best-selling instrumental music album in Yugoslavia 1983; until his return to Bijelo Dugme in 1985, he released three more solo albums: 2/3 (1983), Roses for a General (1984) and Vojnički dani (Army Days, 1984)
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