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Korni Grupa

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Korni Grupa was an ex-Yugoslavian pop / rock / progressive rock band formed in Belgrade, Serbia, in the summer of 1968, by keyboardist and songwriter Kornelije Kovač (ex- Indexi).
The other founding members were: bassist Bojan Hreljac (ex- Elipse), guitarist Velibor Borko Kacl (ex-Zlatni dečaci) and drummer Velimir Furduj (ex- Elipse).
Korni Grupa were “infamous” for their somewhat unusual approach to music - they were at the same time writing and playing radio friendly pop songs for festivals , as well as performing lengthy and complex progressive rock compositions, combining many different influences, such as jazz, rock, classic and elements of folk music from different ex-Yugoslavian countries.
At first, female singer Seka Kojadinović sang in the band, but she was soon replaced by Dušan Prelević, who also stayed in the group only few months, before Dalibor Brun (ex-Uragani) took his place.
In 1969, Dado Topić, from the band Dinamiti, became the new singer and also brought Josip Boček (guitarist from Dinamiti) with him.
In 1971 Dado Topić left Korni Grupa and formed his own band, Time, in Zagreb, Croatia.
Replacement was found in Zdravko Čolić, from the band Ambasadori, who recorded only one single with the band and left after six months to continue his career as a solo artist…
The sixth and final singer was Zlatko Pejaković, with whom Korni Grupa achieved it`s greatest popularity.
In 1972 they released their first LP, called simply Korni Grupa.

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