Smak (3)

Also known as Grupa "Smak", Grupa Smak, Smak
Members of Smak (3): Boris Aranđelović, David Moss, Dejan Najdanović Najda, Dejan Stojanović Kepa Jr., Laza Ristovski, Miki Petkovski, Mikica Milosavljević, Milan Đurđević, Radomir Mihailović Točak, Sale Marković, Slobodan Stojanović Kepa, Tibor Levay, Vlada Samardžić, Zoran Milanović
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.smak.org.yu/

Discography of Smak (3):

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Zašto Ne Volim Sneg 7 Audio 1981-04-08 PGP RTB
2 odLIVEno 11 Audio 1992 MG Sorabia
3 Na Balkanu / Gore-Dole 2 Audio 1979 PGP RTB
4 Smak 5 Audio 1975 RTV Ljubljana
5 Star? Mlad. Večan? 16 Audio 1996
6 Ljudi Nije Fer / El Dumo 2 Audio 1976 RTV Ljubljana
7 Live Without Audience 23 Audio 1997 A Records (5)
8 The Best Of 8 Audio 1995 ZKP RTVS
9 Egregor 12 Audio 1999 PGP RTS
10 The Pages Of Our Time 7 Audio 1992 MG Sorabia
11 Black Lady 7 Audio 1978 Bacillus Records
12 Rock Cirkus 8 Audio 1980 PGP RTB
13 Биоскоп Fox 14 Audio 1995
14 Nevidljive Terazije / Hitopadeza 2 Audio 1978 PGP RTB
15 Živim... Biska 13 / Biska 16 2 Audio 1974 PGP RTB
16 Sto Ptica / Ulazak U Harem 2 Audio 1975 Suzy
17 Black Lady 7 Audio 1978 Fantasy
18 Rock Cirkus / Hirošima 2 Audio 1980 PGP RTB
19 Antologija! 18 Audio 2005 A Records (5)
20 Egregor 12 Audio 1999 PGP RTS
21 Crna Dama 7 Audio 1977 PGP RTB
22 The Best Of 13 Audio 2008 One Records (3)
23 Smak 5 Audio 1975 RTV Ljubljana
24 Ekskluzivni Intervju - Биоскоп Fox 2 Audio 1995-05-00
25 Crna Dama 7 Audio 1977 PGP RTB
26 Na Balkanu / Gore-Dole 2 Audio 1979 PGP RTB
27 Live Without Audience 22 Audio 1997 A Records (5)
28 Stranice Našeg Vremena 7 Audio 1978 PGP RTB
29 Na Balkanu / Gore-Dole 2 Audio 1979 PGP RTB
30 Ulazak U Harem / Epitaf 2 Audio 1975 RTV Ljubljana
31 Reunion Live Tour 12 Audio Not On Label
32 Биоскоп Fox 10 Audio 1995
33 Smak 5 Audio 1975 RTV Ljubljana
34 Hitovi 17 Audio Not On Label (Smak)
35 Rock Cirkus 8 Audio PGP RTB
36 Zašto Ne Volim Sneg 7 Audio 1981 PGP RTB
37 Crna Dama / Plava Pesma 2 Audio 1977 PGP RTB
38 Ulazak U Harem / Plava Pesma 10 Audio 1977 RTV Ljubljana
39 Smak 5 Audio 1975 RTV Ljubljana
40 Live Without Audience 23 Audio 2009
41 Dab In The Middle 7 Audio 1978 Bellaphon
42 Rock Cirkus 8 Audio 1980 PGP RTB
43 Smak 9 Audio 1992 PGP RTB
44 Dab In The Midle 7 Audio Bellaphon
45 Star? Mlad. Večan? - Najveći Hitovi 13 Audio 1996


Smak ("Samostalni Muzički Ansambl Kragujevac") was a Serbian and former Yugoslav prog rock band, with strong jazz fusion and blues undertones. Smak was formed in 1971 in Kragujevac, 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 Aranđelović, and keyboardist Laza Ristovski. In 1975 they appeared as an opening act for the Deep Purple concert in Belgrade. 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.

Line-up:

Radomir Mihailović Točak - guitar

Slobodan Stojanović Kepa - drums

Zoran Milanović - bass (1971-1992)

Miša Nikolić - keyboards (1971-1972)

Slobodan Kominac Koma - vocals (1971-1972, 1973)

Slobodan Jovanović Johan - vocals (1972)

Milorad Petrović Kimi - vocals (1973)

Boris Aranđelović - vocals (1973-1986, 1992)

Laza Ristovski - keyboards (1974-1976, 1979-1981, 1992)

Miki Petrovski - keyboards (1976-1978, 1979)

Tibor Levay - keyboards (1978)

David Moss - percussion (1978)

Milan Đurđević - keyboards (1986-1988)

Milan Šćepović Šćepa - vocals (1988)

New members (after 1994)

Milan Mikica Milosavljević - guitar

Dejan Stojanović Kepa Jr. - drums

Vlada Samardžić - bass (1994-1997)

Slobodan Sale Marković - bass

Dejan Najdanović - vocals


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