martedì 27 novembre 2012


"Post-punk and more", said Soviet Sam, but up to that moment he only posted "post-punk"... so let's have some "more"!

Josipa Lisac is an old Croatian singer who broke into the scenes at the end of the Sixties. Her powerful voice was kinda similar to that of Italian popstar Mina, but Lisac had the possibility to perform better songs, and to be surrounded by some first class arrangements. 
Moreover, she was not afraid to front rock music (in 1973 she released "Dnevnik jedne ljubavi", an album marked by psychedelic funk and baroque prog influences).

"Najveci uspjesi" collects some of Lisac's best songs, released as singles between 1968 and 1973. They were recorded at Jugoton Studios, with the help of the RTZ Orchestra. Authors and musical directors change from song to song, but the most important was probably Karlo Metikoš, who later composed the majority of Lisac's hits.

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