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Nada Mamula, Đorđe Masalović, Dragan Beljin - Songs And Dances of Yugoslavia Album

Nada Mamula, Đorđe Masalović, Dragan Beljin - Songs And Dances of Yugoslavia Album
Performer: Nada Mamula, Đorđe Masalović, Dragan Beljin
Title: Songs And Dances of Yugoslavia
Country: US
Genre: Folk & World
Released: 1966
Catalog number: LP 1201
Label: All Nations Records
MP3 album szie: 1695 mb
FLAC album size: 2346 mb

Tracklist

1Ja Prosetah Carsijom
Vocals – Nada Mamula
2Evo Srcu Mom Radosti
Vocals – Nada Mamula
3Pozdravi Je Sunce Milo
Vocals – Đorđe Masalović
4Emina
Vocals – Nada Mamula
5Mujo Kuje
Vocals – Nada Mamula
6Kad U Jesen
Vocals – Nada Mamula
7Rodjendanska Pesma
Vocals – Đorđe Masalović
8La Lu La
Vocals – Đorđe Masalović
9Vinska Pesma
Vocals – Đorđe Masalović
10Tebi Majko
Vocals – Nada Mamula
11Ori Nedo
Vocals – Đorđe Masalović
12Volim Momka
Vocals – Nada Mamula

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Nada Mamula 9 January 1927 11 October 2001 was a Serbian singer. She started her career on Radio Beograd, where she passed an audition in 1946 as Nada Vukićević. In 1946 she delivered her first ever professional performances as Nada Vukićević along with Danica Obrenić and accordionist Voja Trifunović. Soon after marrying Nikola Mamula, she moved to Sarajevo and started to work on Radio Sarajevo. Her first famous sevdalinka was Ah meraka u večeri rane. She was one of the most popular singers of. Nada Mamula born January 9, 1927, Belgrade, Kingdom of Yugoslavia died October 11, 2001, Belgrade, FR Yugoslavia was a Serbian singer. Varianten: Alle werden angezeigt Nada Mamula. Mamula , Н. Мамула , Нада Мамула. Nada Mamula, Đorđe Masalović, Dragan Beljin - Songs And Dances of Yugoslavia LP, Album, Mono. All Nations Records. LP 1201. Singer: Nada Mamula Album title: Songs And Dances of Yugoslavia Country: US Released: 1966 Rating: 4. 65 Format: MP3 FLAC AA AUD MMF MP4 VOC RA AC3 FLAC size: 1467 mb MP3 size: 1337 mb WMA size: 1690 mb. Genre: Folk, World, & Country. Download links. Nada Mamula - Songs And Dances of Yugoslavia FLAC version RAR archive. Nada Mamula - Songs And Dances of Yugoslavia MP3 version RAR archive. Vocals Đorđe Masalović. Tebi Majko. Vocals Nada Mamula. Kad U Jesen. Rodjendanska Pesma. Язык: Русский. Страна: США. Nada Mamula Нада Мамула born 1927, Belgrade, Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes, died in 2001, Belgrade, Yugoslavia was a prominent sevdalinka singer from Yugoslavia. She started her career on Radio Beograd where she passed the audition in 1946 as Nada Vukićević. Soon after marying N read more. Slovak Love Songs and Wedding Songs from Moravian Slovakia & Valachian Songs - Moravian Ensemble of Folk Songs and Dances, Moravian Ensemble of Folk Songs and Dances, Malenovice Ensemble, Vsacan Ensemble, Vsacan Ensemble, Malenovice Ensemble. Slovak Love Songs and Wedding Songs from Moravian Slovakia & Valachian Songs. Mono Version. Исполнители: Moravian Ensemble of Folk Songs and Dances и еще 3, Moravian Ensemble of Folk Songs and Dances, Malenovice Ensemble, Vsacan Ensemble, Vsacan Ensemble, Malenovice Ensemble. Album 1951 15 Songs. Albums You May Also Like. Let's Dance the Kolo - Yugoslav Songs and Dances. Branko Krsmanovich Instrumental Ensemble & Branko Krsmanovich. Frula Yugoslav Folk Ensemble. Music of Serbia & Montenegro. Branko Krsmanovic Group. Japan English. TAHITI The Gaugin Years: Songs and Dances Dance of the Children. download 4:29. Netherlands Wind Ensemble , Sergei Aleksashkin, Larissa Gogolevskaja Songs and Dances of Death: III. download 6:22. Miroslav Cangalovic, Pierre Duvauchelle Songs and Dances of Death: No. 3, Trepak. download 4:35. Songs Dances Yugoslavia, Various. Rakija Ensemble Format: Audio CD. Songs and Dances of Yugoslavia. Please retry. Includes FREE MP3 version of this album. Terms and Conditions. Songs and Dances of Yugoslavia from Folkways Records. Original Publication Date: 1951. Genre: World. Go Unlimited. Exclusive discount for Prime members. As a Croatian friends mother recalls, It was always Mexican songs and Bollywood films. Serbian music journalist Dragan Kremer agrees. For a short period, it seemed showbiz here was dominated by Mexicans and their local reps. Explore the many shelves in Belgrades Yugovinyl store today and you can quickly amass a pile of Yu-Mex records. The faded photographs on their sleeves depict men with names like Ljubomir Milić and Đorđe Masalović, proudly wearing sombreros and glittering charro suits. On the turntable, these records sound straight out of Guadalajara, except that the lyrics are in S