Koncertu je prisustvovalo oko Dana Koncert je protekao u sjajnoj atmosferi; besprekorno organizovan, sa vrhunskom produkcijom, putem direktnog prenosa na Radio-televiziji Srbije pratilo ga je oko 2. Zdravko je na koncertu otpevao neverovatne 44 pesme, kojima je obuhvatio sve periode svoje bogate karijere, kako sa singl albumima tako i sa svih 13 studijskih albuma.
Decembra Apsolutni rekord karijere postavlja krajem Tada je Zdravka gledalo S Vikipedije, slobodne enciklopedije. Pristupljeno 1. Slobodna Dalmacija. Popular Music and Human Rights. Ashgate Publishing, Ltd. Culture and Customs of Serbia and Montenegro. Greenwood Press. The fifty-seven-year-old singer, who started out as a balladeer in the early s, could perhaps best be described as Serbia's version of Tom Jones.
Arhivirano iz originala na datum 6. Pristupljeno 3. ISBN Zdravko Colic. Rio Album se u prodaji pojavio krajem decebra Autoput 4. Pamuk 5. Dajte nam svega 6.
Lili 7. Javi se, javi se 8. Obmana Meni niko ne treba Ljubavnici Prolaze neke slike Pesme snimane i pevane tokom Aralica: 1. Bratos: 4. Stephenson, R. Parkin, Mastering: T. Mangupska Hajmo negdje nasamo Svadbarskim sokakom Rakija Sto puta Vrijeme Kod tri bijesna brata Kao moja mati In , he moved back to Belgrade. In October , he performed two concerts at the Belgrade Arena. His biggest concert to date, it celebrated his year career milestone. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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October Learn how and when to remove this template message. Vocal guitar. Main article: Ambasadori. Main article: Korni grupa. He has said that he "has in some way stayed a citizen of the former country [Yugoslavia], but till today has not stopped feeling as a Sarajlija [Sarajevan],"  and that he is "a Sarajevan and Bosnian" wherever he is and "that is the way it will be the rest of" his life.
Culture and customs of Serbia and Montenegro. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press. Among them, arguably the most beloved is the Bosnian-born Zdravko Colic b. The fifty-seven-year-old singer, who started out as a balladeer in the early s, could perhaps best be described as Serbia's version of Tom Jones. Archived from the original on Retrieved Archived from the original on October 22, Retrieved 14 July Archived from the original on 17 April Retrieved 11 November Archived from the original on 5 JulyLabel: City Records (2) - CD • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: Serbia and Montenegro • Genre: Pop • Style: Vocal, Ballad Zdravko Čolić - Malo Pojačaj Radio (, CD) | Discogs5/5(1).