Vlatko Stefanovski - Seir FLAC album
Style: Blues Rock, Jazz-Rock
FLAC version ZIP size: 1935 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1897 mb
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By the end of 1998, he released an album with his Trio, simply titled Vlatko Stefanovski Trio, a tour de force featuring some heavyweight performances by Vlatko and his trio. He wrote music for several films which was latter collected and released as Kino Kultura in 2001. During this period he made guest appearances on various artist's records like Bojan Zulfikarpasic's Koreni, Vanja Lazarova's Ritmistica, Gibonni's Judi, Zviri i Beštimje and Mirakul, to name but a few.
Vlatko Stefanovski biography Vlatko Stefanovski was born in 1957 in Prilep, Macedonia in a theatrical family (his brother Goran is a playright). Vlatko and Miroslav promoted the album with three concerts at the HI-FI '98 fair in Los Angeles and at Skopje Jazz Festival '98. Vlatko played at 2nd Sarajevo Jazz Fest 1998 with his Trio and at 5th Sarajevo Jazz Fest 2001 with Miroslav Tadic. In 1999 they played the Sava Centar Hall in Belgrade and recorded their "Live in Belgrade" CD which came out in March 2000.
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Vladimir "Vlatko" Stefanovski is a Macedonian ethno-rock jazz fusion guitar player. Born in Prilep on 24 January 1957, he started playing guitar at the age of 13. Stefanovski was one of the founding members of Leb i sol with whom he recorded 13 albums between 1978 and 1991. He currently splits his time playing with his VS Trio, in an acoustic partnership with Miroslav Tadić or composing for film and theatre. Dramatist Goran Stefanovski was his brother.
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|6||Fokusiram I Zumiram||4:31|
|10||Deca Na Sonceto||4:29|
- Baritone Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone – Vasko Atanasovski
- Bass – Gjoko Maksimovski*
- Design [Cover] – Srdjan Vučić
- Drums – Dino Milosavljević*
- Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Guitar [Nylon Strings], Vocals, Blues Harp, Electric Piano [Rhodes] – Vlatko Stefanovski
- Electric Piano [Rhodes] – Vasil Hadžimanov
- Keyboards, Electric Piano [Rhodes], Arranged By [Strings ] – Damir Imeri
- Lyrics By, Written-By, Arranged By, Producer, Recorded By – Vlatko Stefanovski
- Mixed By – Mite Dimovski
- Percussion [Additional] – Mite Dimovski
- Photography By [Covers] – Jan Stefanovski
- Photography By [Other] – Kristijan Panovski
- Strings – String Quartet Zografski
- Tenor Saxophone – Kiril Kuzmanov
- Trumpet – Trajce Velkov*
- Vibraphone – Zoran Madžirov
- Violin – Marko Ramljak
- Vocals – Karolina*
- Voice – Rade Šerbedžija
NotesRecorded by Vlatko Stefanovski at the Esoteria Sound Studio, Skopje, Macedonia, Dec 2009-Oct 2013.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 3850126052073
|none||Vlatko Stefanovski||Seir (CD, Album)||Esoteria Records||none||Macedonia||2014|
|LP S 6054183||Vlatko Stefanovski||Seir (LP, Album, Gat)||Croatia Records||LP S 6054183||Croatia||2014|
|CD 0092||Vlatko Stefanovski||Seir (CD, Album, Dig)||Esoteria Records, Jugoton Croatia Records||CD 0092||Serbia||2014|