What can I say about myself? * I play guitar so I'm really into music. * I like good quality "old" music (any band formed before '90s). I enjoy classical but what I'm really into is jazz (swing, bop), blues, rock and most of their sub-genres (classic, psychedelic, acid, progressive, fusion, heavy...). * My favourite guitarists are Jimi Hendrix (JH Experience), Ritchie Blackmore (Deep Purple, Rainbow, Black Night), Angus Young (AC/DC), Glenn Tipton (Judas Priest) and Radomir Mihailovic "Točak" (Smak). * I'm also very interested in programming, physics and electronics (and all of their sub-genres as well XD - like robotics). * My favourite scientist is, of course Nikola Tesla._ I'm also into Japanese martial arts and I've had some years training ninjutsu until school obligations didn't let me any more :(. * I'm a big Star Wars fan and nowadays I only play Star Wars games. Empire at War (FoC) is my favourite because of all the beautiful mods for it. My favourite mod is Republic at War
Posted by Boda on Apr 18th, 2014
This is going to be an article dedicated to Smak ( En.wikipedia.org ).
It is the best Yugoslavian rock band and my favourite.
I''ll start with the first Smak's composition called Biska 2 Blues, recorded in 1972.
It hasn't appeared on any Smak's album or single but on a PGP RTB ( En.wikipedia.org ) various artists compilation album called "Leteća diskoteka" ("Flying discoteque").
Like all Biska songs it is dedicated to a man from Čačak called Dragan Albić "Biska" who is responsible for formation of the band.
It is not the same as Biska 2 from their 1975 album.
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This is the first single from 1974 released by PGP RTB ( En.wikipedia.org ):
Arranged By - Smak
Bass - Zoran Milanović
Drums - Slobodan Stojanović - Kepa
Flute [Guest] - Sreten Tasić - Tasa
Vocals - Boris Aranđelović
Guitar - Radomir Mihajlović - Točak
Written-By - Radomir Mihajlović - Točak
P.S. You shouldn't care if you don't understand the lyrics (I don't understand all of them, and I'm from the same town where the band originated) because Točak usually wrote them to fit musically even if they don't have any meaningful point (some do). Točak believes that you really don't need any lyrics to understand emotions coming from the music.