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Leb I Sol

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2.69 | 7 ratings | 2 reviews | 0% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1989

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Istok- zapad (telepatski) (4:17)
2. Ima jedno nesto (4:31)
3. Cukni vo drvo (3:47)
4. Romansa (4:06)
5. Trac (4:00)
6. Putujemo (4:44)
7. Otrov i med (4:33)
8. Sumorno prolece (4:13)
9. Sivo je (4:41)

Total Time: 38:55

Line-up / Musicians

- Vlatko Stefanovski / guitar, vocals
- Kiril Dzajkovski / keyboards
- Bodan Arsovski / bass, vocals
- Garo Tavitijan / drums

- Kaliopi Bukle / vocals
- Nikola Dimusevski / keyboards (8)
- Kire Kostov / flugelhorn (4)
- Zoran Jovanovic / soprano sax & clarinet (7,9)

Releases information

Artwork: Paul Furnadziski Adams

LP Jugoton ‎- LSY 63323 (1989, Yugoslavia)

CD Croatia Records ‎- CD 5701248 (2006, Croatia)

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Review by Seyo
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3 stars A solid pop album acting as LEB I SOL's "swan song"!

A formula from the previous album "Kao kakao" was repeated for the last studio work of LEB I SOL - "Putujemo" (Eng. "We Travel"): nine vocal-instrumental songs composed and sung by V. Stefanovski, except "Sumorno prolece" the author of which was bassist Arsovski, who also added the lead vocals therein. This time the overall concept is well- balanced, and this album is pleasant to listen to, once you accept the fact that LEB I SOL bid farewell to jazz-folk fusion.

The first three songs were major pop hits and even today they do not sound outdated, with "Cukni vo drvo" (Eng. "Knock On Wood") sung in Macedonian and having a nice guitar solo. The production is polished with guitar pushed in front and having a laid-back soft "art- rock" sound, sometimes close to DIRE STRAITS, or to PRINCE (a funky "Trac").

Coincidently this last effort of the band was completed by the original line-up, with keyboardist K. Dimusevski back in team. His input is however not much evident due to the change of music style. Although this album is not in line with any important branch of progressive music, it is still a pleasant listening experience if you learn to have modest expectations from the career-ending Macedonian group. You can happily live without "Putujemo", but if you come across this title and don't mind soft pop-rock style, take it.

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2 stars There are no many prog moments here. This is actually pop rock album, but with some good songs, like Cukni vo Drvo, or Sumorno Proljece, and Putujemo. Stefanovski sings a lot more than on early records, but his lyrics are sometimes ankward, like in song Trac. He influenced some rock singers of ... (read more)

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