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Regina: U Srcu

Posted by eurovision on top on June 12, 2017 at 12:25 AM Comments comments (0)

U Srcu is the title of the new album of the bosnian band Regina after Kad poludimo from 2012.

The 12th album of the band includes the singles Vodim te na jedno mjesto and  Za one stare dane. The last one peaked number 9 in the weekly chart of #EOT.

Recorded and mixed at Aleksandar Čović's studio in Belgrade, 2016 it was Mastered at Studio SAGE Audio in Nashville, Tennessee and includes 12 songs.

The band suffered a big shock, loss of the permanent member Denis Čabrić who suddenly died last August.




The german songs of Zdravko Colic

Posted by eurovision on top on April 14, 2016 at 1:05 PM Comments comments (0)

In 1973, Zdravko Colic represented Yugoslavia in Eurovision with the song Gori Vatra.


Now it is public that one year later and just before the release of his first album, Ti i ja, the famous artist born in Sarajevo, signed a deal with the German arm of WEA record label and did two singles for that market.


German producers were of the opinion that his name was too difficult to pronounce for their consumers so they marketed him as Dravco. Soon, however, Čolić decided not to pursue his options in that country further mostly because he was unwilling to move to Germany.


Would he had the same succesfull career if was move to Germany?

Listen one of the songs in German which is a cover of Everything I own by Bread (1972), popularized by Boy George (1987):

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Recall Gori Vatra:

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Studio albums

  • Ti i ja (You And Me) (1975)
  • Ako priđeš bliže (If You Come Closer) (1977)
  • Zbog tebe (Because Of You) (1980)
  • Malo pojačaj radio (Turn Up The Radio A Bit) (1981)
  • Šta mi radiš (What Are You Doing To Me?) (1983)
  • Ti si mi u krvi (You Are In My Blood) (1984)
  • Rodi me, majko, sretnog (1987)
  • Da ti kažem šta mi je (To Tell You What I'm Going Through) (1990)
  • Kad bi moja bila (If You Were Mine) (1997)
  • Okano (2000)
  • Čarolija (Enchantment) (2003)
  • Zavičaj (Homeland) (2006)
  • Kad pogledaš me preko ramena (When you look at me over the shoulder) (2010)
  • Vatra i barut (Fire and gunpowder) (2013)

Five things you need to know about Dalal, Deen & Co.

Posted by eurovision on top on April 3, 2016 at 2:35 PM Comments comments (0)

Deen is back to Eurovision but not alone. Find more about the entry of Bosnia and Herzegovina.


1. The Bosnian song is performed by Bosnian singers Dalal Midhat-Talakić and Deen, featuring Croatian cellist Ana Rucner and Bosnian rapper Jala.


2. Deen represented Bosnia and Herzegovina in the Eurovision Song Contest 2004 with the song "In the Disco", placing ninth.


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3. Deens real name is Fuad Backović and in 1997 became the lead singer of the Bosnian boy band Seven Up.


4. Deen has a degree in Fashion Business and lives in Milan.


5. Jala is the co-author of "Ljubav je” and is the founder member of hip-hop group BluntBylon and founder of the music studio Red Eye Vision

 

 


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#ESC2016 #EOT weekly report #13: Announce, vote, select and change

Posted by Pedro.Eurovisionontop on February 21, 2016 at 4:40 AM Comments comments (0)

This week there were less national finals, but that didn't mean that there were less interessting news about Eurovision 2016. As usual you get your update through our weekly report. Just read and check out what you need to know.


1. A trio for a lot points! - Bosnia & Herzegovina presented the song


2. Will it finally be this time? - Iceland's choice


3. Let's do it again! - Bulgaria sends a return


4. Perhaps we do it better!? - Malta and the new song choice 


1. A trio for a lot points! - Bosnia & Herzegovina presented the song


In december the artist for the entree of Bosnia & Herzegovina were announced. We had the chance to speak exclusive to one of the artists - Dalal - and speak about Eurovision 2016. Here you can read the interview 

This week the broadcaster presented the song of the three singers and the musician. It will be sang in mother tongue and will have a RAP part.

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2. Will it finally be this time? - Iceland's choice


Iceland still is the scandinavian country without a victory in the contest. After Finland's victory in 2006 the small island tries to make it too.

There were already some years were Iceland have been close to it. But also other years.

This year the artis will be Greta Salome and her performance looks like a mix out of Loreen and Mans. Perhaps it will help to make it this time.

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3. Let's do it again! - Bulgaria sends a return


An other of the countries wishing for and dreaming of a victory is Bulgaria. Since 2005 there have just been one top 10 ranking. In the other years there have been top 20 rankings. 

After two years missing the contest Bulgaria is returning to Stockholm and sending an experienced artist. Poli Genova participated in Dusseldorf 2011 and is the internal selection of the broadcaster.

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Eurovision on top will update you as soon as the song will be announced.

 


4. Perhaps we do it better!? - Malta and the new song choice



Usually there is at least one country chaning the selected song before the contest. Last year it was Albania, the years before Belarus.

But this year it was a surprise that Malta decided to think about the possibility to change the song!

Ira Losco already spoke to us in an exclusive interview, where she spoke about her experience and objectives. Read the interview here

Eurovision on top will update you what the result will be.



Keep updated and check out our weekly report next week, with a lot of new songs and selections.


Pedro de Almeida


 

 


Book and DVD by Regina

Posted by eurovision on top on January 5, 2016 at 10:45 AM Comments comments (0)

 

The members of the group Regina held a promotion of the book "Ljubav nije za nas" and a DVD edition with a birthday concert held in July this year in the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina that have marked 25 years of their carreer.

Reginas current lineup was on the scene and joined bassist Boris Milijas, one of the founders of the group.

The monograph "Ljubav nije za nas" whose author is Aleksandar Čović follows a turbulent period of the group since its inception in 1990 until today. The book is illustrated with numerous photographs show, excerpts of newspaper articles about the band, and in the collection of materials has helped a lot and numerous fans of Regina.



source: fokus.ba