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Zlatko Manojlović

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Serbian guitarist and singer.

Serbian guitarist and singer.

He is known as the leader of the progressive rock band Dah and the heavy metal band Gordi, as well as for his eclectic solo work.

Džentlmeni in 1967 on Hvar island, from left to right: Branko "Čutura" Marušić, Mihajlo Simikić, Dragi Jelić, Žika Jelić, and Velibor "Boka" Bogdanović

Džentlmeni

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Džentlmeni were a Yugoslav rock band formed in Belgrade in 1966.

Džentlmeni were a Yugoslav rock band formed in Belgrade in 1966.

Džentlmeni in 1967 on Hvar island, from left to right: Branko "Čutura" Marušić, Mihajlo Simikić, Dragi Jelić, Žika Jelić, and Velibor "Boka" Bogdanović

Džentlmeni later lineups included guitarist Zlatko Manojlović (later of Dah and Gordi), bass guitarist Robert Nemeček (later of Pop Mašina and Rok Mašina), guitarist Zoran Božinović (later of Pop Mašina, Rok Mašina and Zona B) and bass guitarist Slađana Milošević (later a successful solo artist), the group finally disbanding in 1972.

The last Opus lineup, in 1979, from left to right: Zoran Dašić, Dragan Baletić, Vidoja Božinović, Miodrag Okrugić, Slobodan Orlić, Vladan Dokić

Opus (Yugoslav band)

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Yugoslav progressive rock band formed in Belgrade in 1973.

Yugoslav progressive rock band formed in Belgrade in 1973.

The last Opus lineup, in 1979, from left to right: Zoran Dašić, Dragan Baletić, Vidoja Božinović, Miodrag Okrugić, Slobodan Orlić, Vladan Dokić

The album featured "Opus No. 1", renamed to "Opus \ Žena tame" ("Opus \ Woman of Darkness"), the songs "Dolina bisera" ("Valley of Pearls") and "Viđenje po Grigu" ("Seeing by Grieg"), released on the 7-inch single, and the song "Memento Mori", which featured Dah member Zlatko Manojlović on vocals.

The 1981-1984 Gordi lienup, from left to right: Slobodan Svrdlan, Zlatko Manojlović, Čedomir Petrović

Gordi (band)

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Gordi (trans.

Gordi (trans.

The 1981-1984 Gordi lienup, from left to right: Slobodan Svrdlan, Zlatko Manojlović, Čedomir Petrović

The band was formed by guitarist and vocalist Zlatko Manojlović, former leader of the progressive rock band Dah.

Vidoja Božinović

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Serbian musician.

Serbian musician.

After Pop Mašina disbanded in 1978 Vidoja Božinović joined Dah.

The 1972–1976 Pop Mašina lineup, from left to right: Robert Nemeček, Zoran Božinović, and Mihajlo Popović

Pop Mašina

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Pop Mašina (trans.

Pop Mašina (trans.

The 1972–1976 Pop Mašina lineup, from left to right: Robert Nemeček, Zoran Božinović, and Mihajlo Popović

After Pop Mašina disbanded, Vidoja Božinović and Dušan Đukić joined the band Dah.

Siluete in 1967, from left to right: Slobodan Todorović, Ljuba Đorđević, Zoran Miščević, Dejan Dunjić and Jovan Mišević

Siluete

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Siluete (, trans.

Siluete (, trans.

Siluete in 1967, from left to right: Slobodan Todorović, Ljuba Đorđević, Zoran Miščević, Dejan Dunjić and Jovan Mišević
Siluete performing at the 1967 Gitarijada Festival in Belgrade
One of numerous Siluete lineups from the 1980s. The lineup pictured features Nikola Čuturilo (second one from the right), who later gained fame as a guitarist for Riblja Čorba and singer-songwriter.

The rest of the lineup consisted of Slobodan "Boba" Orlić (formerly of Bitnici, bass guitar) Dragan Vukelić (electric piano) and Radomir Dramičanin (formerly of Dah, drums).

A Jugoton record.

Jugoton

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The largest record label and chain record store in the former Yugoslavia based in Zagreb, SR Croatia.

The largest record label and chain record store in the former Yugoslavia based in Zagreb, SR Croatia.

A Jugoton record.
1980s price sticker featuring Jugoton company logo. The price is in Yugoslav dinars

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Iskre in 1964

Iskre

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Yugoslav rock band formed in Belgrade in 1961.

Yugoslav rock band formed in Belgrade in 1961.

Iskre in 1964

Gluščević continued his career in bands Dah and Rokeri s Moravu.

The 1993-1995 Ruž lineup, from left to right: Dejan Grujić, Vuk Rosandić, and Zoran Tomašević.

Ruž

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Ruž (trans.

Ruž (trans.

The 1993-1995 Ruž lineup, from left to right: Dejan Grujić, Vuk Rosandić, and Zoran Tomašević.

The album was produced by Zlatko Manojlović, most of the songs were composed by him, and the album also featured a cover of "Šošana", old hit by Manojlović's band Dah.