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3.17 | 7 ratings | 2 reviews | 29% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2005

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Cujem te lepo kako dises (5:56)
2. Ona je moja (5:32)
3. Ti mozes sve (5:30)
4. To nisi ti (3:49)
5. Mozda sam lud (6:12)
6. Promenilo se sve (4:47)
7. Kazi mi (5:30)
8. U tajnama je stvar (5:25)
9. Vera (6:26)
10. Tvoj heroj ostace mlad (bonus) (5:46)
11. Prava rec je dovoljna (bonus) (5:48)

Line-up / Musicians

- Nenad Milosavljevic / vocal
- Predrag Milosavljevic / vocal
- Dragutin Jakovljevic / guitars
- Slavisa Pavlovic / bass
- Jan Vrba / keyboards

- Laza Ristovski / keyboards
- Aleksandra Kovac / back vocal
- Kristina Kovac / back vocal

Releases information

CD PGP RTS CD 414572 (2005 Serbia)

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GALIJA Dobro Jutro, To Sam Ja ratings distribution

(7 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(29%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(29%)
Good, but non-essential (43%)
Collectors/fans only (0%)
Poor. Only for completionists (0%)

GALIJA Dobro Jutro, To Sam Ja reviews

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Review by Seyo
SPECIAL COLLABORATOR Honorary Collaborator
3 stars "Good Morning, That's Me" is the first studio album of GALIJA after the 6-years break and the 13th studio album in the career of the band. Nenad and Predrag Milosavljević are back together again (lyricist and back vocalist Predrag did not participate in the last few albums), this time assisted by guest keyboardist Laza Ristovski (ex-BIJELO DUGME, SMAK) and backing vocals by K2 sisters (Aleksandra and Kristina Kovač, daughters of Kornelije Kovač, ex-INDEXI, KORNI GRUPA).

After the unsuccessful traditional folk excursion on the previous album "Juznjačka uteha", the band is back into the soft, adult-contemporary pop rock fold. Although prog elements were long time gone, this album contains several nice, atmospheric and melodic songs (with excellent use of keyboards and guitar) having a neo-symphonic, world-fusion touch, such as "Čujem te lepo kako dises" ("I Can Hear You Breathing"), "Ona je moja" ("She Belongs to Me") and "U tajnama je stvar" ("It's All About Secrets"). If you like polished, mainstream rock sound of U2, DIRE STRAITS or STING, you will probably like this album too. "Ti mozes sve" ("You Can Do Anything") was a moderate hit, which was also frequently broadcast as a video clip across the region.

"Dobro jutro to sam ja" is however an average album without any strong artistic statement. Do not expect anything more than a pleasant background music that you can play over and over again. You will not find there any hidden jewel, no matter how many times you listen.


P.A. RATING: 3/5

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3 stars First want to tell you that I am a big fan of this band and wan' a review this one for a long time and want to tell you that Galija is band that you love or hate and there's no different way. Ambient - folk mood (plenty of flute, semples.) is all around you, from the start to the end, and it is ... (read more)

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