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  1. 1. Dragoljub ðuričić - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Page 1 of 6Dragoljub ðuričićFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaDragoljub ðuričić (Serbian Cyrillic: Драгољуб Dragoljub ðuričićЂуричић) is a Belgrade, Serbia-based Montenegrinmusician. He is known as the drummer for the bandsYU grupa, Leb i Sol, and Kerber, as a member ofZdravko Čolićs and ðorñe Balaševićs backing bands,as well as for his solo work. Contents ■ 1 Biography Background information ■ 1.1 Other works Born 1954 ■ 2 Legacy Cetinje, SR Montenegro, FPR Yugoslavia ■ 3 Discography ■ 3.1 With YU grupa Genres Traditional music, pop, rock, ■ 3.1.1 Studio albums progressive rock, hard rock, folk ■ 3.1.2 Singles rock, instrumental rock, jazz ■ 3.2 With Leb i Sol ■ 3.2.1 Studio albums Occupations Musician, composer ■ 3.2.2 Live albums Instruments Drums ■ 3.3 With Kerber Years active Early 1970s – present ■ 3.3.1 Studio albums ■ 3.3.2 Singles Labels PGP-RTB, Jugoton, UFA Media, ■ 3.4 With ðorñe Balašević Atelje 212, Metropolis Records, ■ 3.4.1 Studio albums PGP-RTS, Energia, City Records ■ 3.5 Solo Associated Zdravko Čolić, YU grupa, Leb i Sol, ■ 3.5.1 Studio albums acts Kerber, Rambo Amadeus, Dejan ■ 3.5.2 Live albums Cukić, Nikola Čuturilo, Jugosloveni, ■ 3.6 With Voodoo Popeye Nebojša Krstić and Srñan Šaper ■ 3.6.1 Singles Website ■ 3.7 With Zdravko Čolić ( ■ 3.7.1 Live albums ■ 3.8 As session musician ■ 3.8.1 With Dejan Cukić ■ 3.8.2 With Jugosloveni ■ 3.8.3 With Nebojša Krstić and Srñan Šaper ■ 3.8.4 With Nikola Čuturilo 7/24/2011
  2. 2. Dragoljub ðuričić - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Page 2 of 6 ■ 4 References ■ 5 External linksBiographyðuričić was born in 1954 in Cetinje. He started performing with bands from Herceg Novi, and initiallyhe played the guitar. As a member of the band Krune (The Crowns) he switched from bass guitar todrums. After he left Krune, he played with the bands Veritas 19 and Exodus. At the time he alsopracticed water polo and swimming, and often won medals on junior championships.He made his first studio recordings as a member of the group Bokelji, with which he recorded an albumwith traditional songs from Dalmatia. In August 1975, he moved to Belgrade. Initially he lived inBelgrade as a homeless man, before he met Belgrade musicians gathering in the kafana Šumatovac. Hesoon went on a Soviet Union tour as a member of the backing band for several Yugoslav pop singers. In1976, he became a member of the band Ribeli (Rebels), which, after they were joined by the singerDado Topić, changed their name to Mama Co Co. Wit Mama Co Co ðuričić performed with numerousYugoslav pop starts, and in 1978, he was a member of Zdravko Čolićs backing band on his Putujućizemljotres (Travelling Earthquake) tour. At the end of 1978, he became a member of theprogressive/hard rock band YU grupa, with which he recorded the album Samo napred....[1] In 1981 hemoved to the progressive rock band Leb i Sol, with which he recorded the albums Sledovanje (1982),Kalabalak (1983), Tangenta (1984), and the double live album Akustična trauma (1982), and performedin clubs across Europe and the United States. In 1982 Leb i Sol spent two and a half months on a UnitedStates tour with the KPGT theatre. The theatre performed the play Osloboñenje Skoplja (Liberation ofSkopje), directed by Ljubiša Ristić, in which ðuričić played the role of Crazy Vana. In 1985 he left Leb iSol and joined the hard rock band Kerber, with which he recorded the albums Seobe (1986), Ljudi ibogovi (1988), Peta strana sveta (1990), and the live album 121288 (1989). In 1986, when thealternative rock musician Rambo Amadeus started his career, he and ðuričić performed live, in thelineup which featured only two of them, ðuričić on drums, and Rambo Amadeus on vocals. On thisconcerts Rambo Amadeus used megaphone instead of the microphone. In 1987, in Belgrades SKC,ðuričić and the drummer Ivan Fece "Firchie" held a concert on which they, on percussion instruments,played various covers, mostly by the Beatles. The concert was held with regard to 70 years since theOctober Revolution. ðuričić returned to Leb i Sol in 1990. The recording of the bands concert in NewYorks CBGB was released on the live album Live in New York in 1991. During this period ðuričić alsostarted working with ðorñe Balašević, playing drums on his album Jedan od onih života...,[2] andbecoming a member of his backing band.ðuričić participated in the 1996–1997 protests in Serbia, joining the group of young drummers whichgave tempo to the marching of the protesters. At the end of 1997 he started holding concerts on which heplayed with the Darkwood Dub drummer Lav Bratuša, percussionist Uroš Šećerov, and a well-knownactor and drummer Bogdan Diklić. The recording of the concert Dragoljub ðuričić Trio held onFebruary 7, 1988 in Atelje 212 was released on the album Two Drums & Percussion. On that eveningthe trio, consisting of ðurićić, Bratuša and Šećerov, was joined on drums by Diklić, the journalist IvanIvačković and the painter Janoš Mesaroš. In April 1998 the band performed in Montreux, and, whileplaying on cookware and bakeware, they were joined by Albert, 12th Prince of Thurn and Taxis. In 1998ðuričić and the hip hop musician Voodoo Popeye recorded the football song "Imamo iDeju", which wasreleased on the compilation album Fudbalske himne 98. During 1998 ðuričić once again played onZdravko Čolićs tour as a member of his backing band. At the end of February 1998 ðuričić, withŠećerov, Bratuša, St. george String Orchestra, composer Zoran Erić, a choir, and twenty youngdrummers, held a concert in Belgrades Sava Centar. With the performance, walking in the hall and on 7/24/2011
  3. 3. Dragoljub ðuričić - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Page 3 of 6the stage, the performers reminded the audience of the 1996–1997 protests. At the end of 1999, ðuričićjoined the group of economists G17 as cultural adviser, and took part in the Democratic Opposition ofSerbia 2000 election campaign. After the Overthrow of Slobodan Milošević, ðuričić continued toperform with the group of young drummers, opening the Theatre Spectacle in Zurich and the SummerJazz Festival in Kumanovo. He recorded his second solo album, Ritam slobode (Rhythm of Freedom),with his Drums Company, consisting of Maša Božović, Lav Bratuša, and Ivan Dimitrijević.[3] Thealbum featured numerous guests: the flutist Bora Dugić, the string quartet Belotti, the violinist DobricaVasić, and others.[4] On the album ðuričić presented himself as the author of the diverse material.Other worksDuring the period he spent in Kerber, ðuričić also cooperated with Dejan Cukić, playing drums on hisalbum Spori ritam,[5] Jugosloveni, playing drums on their album Vruće osvežavajuće,[6] Nebojša Krstićand Srñan Šaper, playing drums on their album Poslednja mladost u Jugoslaviji,[7] and Nikola Čuturilo,playing drums on his album Raskršće.[8] In 1988 he participated in the recording of the jazz albumRitual by the pianist Vladimir Maričić and his Ritual Band.[9]He wrote music for theatre plays Zapali me (Light Me Up), Alisa u zemlji čuda (Alice in Wonderland)Anitina čarobna soba (Anitas Magic Room), Art (all four directed by Alisa Stojanović), Cyrano deBergerac (directed by Bule Goncić), Reservoir Dogs (directed by Omar Abu El Rub), Policajci(Policemen, directed by Darijan Mihajlović), Djetinjarije (Kids Stuff, directed by Dušan Petrović),Popcorn, and Bliže (Closer, co-author of the music with Koki Dimuševski). As a drummer he performedin the theatre play Kako je divan taj prizor... (What a Beautiful Scene...), directed by Ljubivoje Tadić.ðuričić also paints, mostly nudes in pointillist manner. He illustrated the book Rubato by VladimirSavić, and the book of poems Kuća od stakla by Tatjana Debeljački.LegacyMirko Jakovljević wrote ðuričićs biography entitled Stubovi slobode (Pillars of Freedom), published in2001.DiscographyWith YU grupaStudio albums ■ Samo napred... (1979)Singles ■ "Identitet" / "Ideš mi na nerve" (1979) 7/24/2011
  4. 4. Dragoljub ðuričić - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Page 4 of 6With Leb i SolStudio albums ■ Sledovanje (1982) ■ Kalabalak (1983) ■ Tangenta (1982)Live albums ■ Akustična trauma (1982) ■ Live in New York (1991)With KerberStudio albums ■ Seobe (1986) ■ Ljudi i bogovi (1988) ■ Peta strana sveta (1990)Singles ■ 121288 (1989)With ðorñe BalaševićStudio albums ■ Jedan od onih života... (1993)SoloStudio albums ■ Ritam slobode (as Dragoljub ðuričić & the Drums Company, 2001)Live albums ■ Two Drums & Percussion (as Dragoljub ðuričić Trio, 1998)With Voodoo PopeyeSingles ■ "Imamo iDeju" (1998) 7/24/2011
  5. 5. Dragoljub ðuričić - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Page 5 of 6With Zdravko ČolićLive albums ■ Arena 2005 - Beogradska Arena: Uživo (2005)As session musicianWith Dejan Cukić ■ Spori ritam (1987)With Jugosloveni ■ Vruće osvežavajuće (1987)With Nebojša Krstić and Srñan Šaper ■ Poslednja mladost u Jugoslaviji (1987)With Nikola Čuturilo ■ Raskršće (1989)References 1. ^ Samo napred... at Discogs ( 2. ^ Raskršće at Discogs (Čutura-Raskršće/release/1649749) 3. ^ Ritam slobode at Discogs (ðuričić-Drums-Company-Ritam- Slobode/release/1681455) 4. ^ Ritam slobode at Discogs (ðuričić-Drums-Company-Ritam- Slobode/release/1681455) 5. ^ Spori ritam at Discogs (ć-Spori-Ritam/release/1040518) 6. ^ Vruće osvežavajuće at Discogs (će- Osvežavajuće/release/2342907) 7. ^ Poslednja mladost u Jugoslaviji at Discogs (ć-i-Šaper-Poslednja-Mladost-U- Jugoslaviji/release/1522508) 8. ^ Raskršće at Discogs (Čutura-Raskršće/release/1649749) 9. ^ Ritual at Discogs ( ■ EX YU ROCK enciklopedija 1960-2006, Janjatović Petar; ISBN 978-86-905317-1-4External links ■ Official website ( ■ Official MySpace ( ■ Dragoljub ðuričićs YouTube Channel ( ■ Dragoljub ðuričićs at Discogs (ðuričić) 7/24/2011
  6. 6. Dragoljub ðuričić - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Page 6 of 6Retrieved from ""Categories: 1954 births | Living people | People from Cetinje | Serbian rock drummers | Montenegrinmusicians | Yugoslav musicians ■ This page was last modified on 8 July 2011 at 10:42. ■ Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may apply. See Terms of use for details. Wikipedia® is a registered trademark of the Wikimedia Foundation, Inc., a non-profit organization. 7/24/2011