Thursday, 26 July 2007

Milic Vukasinovic Videos

Milic Vukasinovic Videos:

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Dali Znas
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Gleda A Neda
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Sad Ga Lomi
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Oprosti
5. Milic Vukasinovic Video -
Be My Lover

Milić Vukašinović, a.k.a. Mitch Valiant (born March 9, 1950 in Belgrade, Serbia, FPR Yugoslavia) is a Bosnian musician, founder of the rock band Vatreni poljubac and drummer of the famous Yugoslav band Bijelo dugme.
Born in Belgrade, Serbia he moved to Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1963. After completing his schooling Vukašinović became a professional drummer, first joining the band Čičci of which bassist Zoran Redžić was a member. In 1970 Željko Bebek invited Redžić to join his band Kodeksi in southern Italy, Vukašinović decided to come along with Redžić and play in the struggling band that featured future Bijelo Dugme leader Goran Bregović. During his stint with Kodeksi he encouraged the band to take a more hard rock approach, similar to the pioneering sound that was coming out of England at the time epitomized by bands like Led Zeppelin and Black Sabbath. The band's new style had backfired forcing Vukašinović to leave for London, England in 1971 were he lived for three years. After returning to Sarajevo in late 1974 he joined Indexi were he performing on several singles, but ones Bijelo dugme drummer Ipe Ivandić left the band Goran Bregović offered Vukašinović the vacated position which he excepted.
He appeared on the 1976 album Eto! Baš hoću! but decided to leave the group the following year, eventually forming the power trio Vatreni poljubac in 1977. After recording nine studio albums between 1977 and 1986, Vukašinović disbanded the group choosing to pursue a solo career, recording five albums. After the Yugoslav Wars he released two more albums and took part in Bijelo dugme’s 2005 farewell tour. He currently resides in Sarajevo were he collaborates with fellow musicians. In late 2006, he took part in the Vatreni poljubac mini reunion tour.


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