...a milicija trenira strogoću! (i druge pjesmice za djecu)

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...a milicija trenira strogoću! (i druge pjesmice za djecu)
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Studio album by Ratimir Boršić Rača & Bijelo Dugme
Released 1983
Genre Pop rock
Children's music
Label Jugoton
Producer Goran Bregović
Bijelo Dugme chronology
Singl ploče (1976–1980)
(1982) Singl ploče (1976–1980)1982
...a milicija trenira strogoću! (i druge pjesmice za djecu)
(1983) ...a milicija trenira strogoću! (i druge pjesmice za djecu)1983
Uspavanka za Radmilu M.
(1983) Uspavanka za Radmilu M.1983

...a milicija trenira strogoću! (i druge pjesmice za djecu) (trans. ...and Police Trains Strictness (and Other Songs for Children)) is a children's music album recorded by Yugoslav child singer Ratimir Boršić "Rača" and Yugoslav rock band Bijelo Dugme, released in 1983.

Background[edit]

The lyrics for the album were written by poet Duško Trifunović, and the music was written by Bijelo Dugme leader Goran Bregović,[1] it was initially planned Seid Memić "Vajta" to sing the vocals, but eventually, vocals were recorded by the eleven-year-old Ratimir Boršić.[2] The album was released under Ratimir Boršić Rača & Bijelo Dugme moniker.[2] The album cover was designed by Bijelo Dugme's old collaborator Dragan S. Stefanović.[3]

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by Duško Trifunović (lyrics) and Goran Bregović (music).

No. Title Length
1. "...a milicija trenira strogoću!" ("...and Police Trains Strictness!") 3:34
2. "Pjesma o vozovima" ("Song about Trains") 2:49
3. "Pjesma o mlijeku" ("Song about Milk") 2:30
4. "Pjesma o bašti, parku i cvijeću" ("Song about Garden, Park and Flowers") 3:20
5. "Pjesma o žmurki i lovu" ("Song about Hide-and-Seek") 2:45
6. "Divlji zapad" ("Wild West") 2:38
7. "Pjesma o životinjama" ("Song about Animals") 2:40
8. "Pjesma o Mocartu" ("Song about Mozart") 2:40
9. "Lava dva" ("Two Lions") 2:37

Personnel[edit]

  • Ratimir Boršić - vocals

Bijelo Dugme[edit]

Additional personnel[edit]

  • Duško Trifunović - lyrics
  • Mahmut Ferović - recorded by
  • Dragan S. Stefanović - design

Reception[edit]

The album was well received by the critics, who pointed up that Bregović and Trifunović do not consider their audience "mentally immature".[3]

Legacy[edit]

The title track was often performed by Bijelo Dugme in concert,[3] and a live version of it appears on the band's live albums Mramor, kamen i željezo (1987)[4] and Turneja 2005: Sarajevo, Zagreb, Beograd (2005).[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ ...a milicija trenira strogoću! (i druge pjesmice za djecu) at Discogs
  2. ^ a b Janjatović, Petar (2007). EX YU ROCK enciklopedija 1960-2006. Belgrade: self-released. p. 34. 
  3. ^ a b c Krstulović, Zvonimir (2005). Bijelo Dugme: Doživjeti stotu. Profil. p. 38. 
  4. ^ Mramor, kamen i željezo
  5. ^ Turneja 2005: Sarajevo, Zagreb, Beograd at Discogs

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