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smak - Смак - - Шумадијски Блуз - Šumadijski Blues

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Smak (Serbian Cyrillic: Смак; trans. ) was a Serbian and former Yugoslav rock band, with strong jazz fusion and blues undertones. It was formed by guitar player Radomir "Točak" Mihailović in Kragujevac, in 1971. The group was, with some breaks, active during the 1970s, 1980s and the 1990s. Under Mihailović's guidance, The band, in all its line-ups, always strove towards a well-thought-out, complex and more rich musical presentation than what the rest of the ex-Yugoslavian scene was offering at the time. Their compositions included lengthy improvisations from all of the musicians (including vocalists). What also set them apart was the intentional use of a Laconic lyrical style, to help with the relative difficulty of pronouncing Serbian Language in energetic rock singing.Smak was formed in 1971 in Kragujevac, SR Serbia (present-day Serbia), by guitar virtuoso Radomir Mihailović, nicknamed "Točak" ("the Wheel"). The first stable line-up, in late 1974, included Točak, drummer Slobodan Stojanović Kepa, bass guitarist Zoran Milanović, singer Boris Arandjelović, and keyboardist Laza Ristovski. They released 3 short play (SP) records from 1974-1975, on which appeared their hit single Ulazak u Harem (Entrance to the Harem). They also appeared as an opening act for the Deep Purple concert in Belgrade 1975. After a successful hit single and a concert with Deep Purple, they released their first LP called Smak 1975. It was one of the best debut albums of all time in ex-Yugoslavia...

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