Crvena Jabuka & Loša - Bijeli Božić FLAC album
Chords for Bijeli Božić Crvena jabuka with capo transposer, play along with guitar, piano, ukulele & mandolin.
Crvena jabuka - official page.
"Crvena Jabuka – Crvena Jabuka". Retrieved August 20, 2017. Live (Crvena jabuka album). Live is the title of the second live album recorded and released by Sarajevo-based pop band Crvena jabuka. It was recorded during a 1997 concert at Dom Sportova in Zagreb, not to be confused with the Uzmi me (kad hoćeš ti), album recorded at the Zagreb Sports Arena in 1989. On "Bijeli Božić" there is a guest appearance by Plavi orkestar member Saša Lošić. Neverne Bebe (Serbian Cyrillic: Неверне Бебе; trans. The Unfaithful Babies) are a Serbian rock band from Belgrade. Zlatna kolekcija (Crvena jabuka album). Crvena jabuka: Zlatna kolekcija is a compilation album by the Sarajevo pop band Crvena jabuka in Croatia Records extensive Golden Collection compilations series. The album was released in 2005.
Live is the title of the second live album recorded and released by Sarajevo-based pop band Crvena jabuka. The album contains two new tracks from U tvojim očima, "Bijeli Božić" and "Sad je srce stijena".
Bijeli Božić (Dutch translation). Artist: Crvena Jabuka. Song: Bijeli Božić 5 translations. More translations of "Bijeli Božić".
Crvena Jabuka is the first studio album by Sarajevo-based Bosnian band Crvena Jabuka. It was recorded in January and February 1986, and the official release was 22 March 1986. This album was the first (and only) album to have the band in its original lineup. Many of the songs on this album were written by Zlatko Arslanagić. After the release of their self-titled debut album, Crvena Jabuka was supposed to go on a concert on 18 September 1986.
Da Mi Je Do Nje, 04:43.
Live (Crvena jabuka album).
Video: Crvena Jabuka canta Bijeli Božić.
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