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Although the songs were recorded across the 4-year period, the album is surprisinglywell sounded and encapsulated. Presence of prim tambura as a lead instrument on mostsongs is a real treat for fans of \"exotic\" traditional or folk instrumentation. Herewe can hear probably its most successful use in rock music of former Yugoslavia to date. \"Moj svet\" is mostly an acoustic record, with electric guitar and drum beat presentonly in two recent songs, Orient-inspired \"Put putuje karavan\" (\"The Caravan Travel\")and the closing title track, both issued on singles shortly before this collectionappeared. \"Cudno drvo\" (\"Strange Tree\") is another excellent all-acoustic/percussionsong that draws influence from Turkish/Arabic traditional, featuring prim and sargija- an instrument akin to Turkish saz (long-necked lute). The rhythmic chords remind meof Jimmy Page/Robert Plant intake of Moroccan traditional sounds recorded for theiralbum \"No Quarter\" in 1994. Vocal harmonies sound like those of THE BEATLES circa1966/67. \"Kao vreme ispred nas\" (\"Like Time to Come\") is a gentle ballad with flutereminiscent of PINK FLOYD's \"Julia Dream\". \"Tavna noc\" (\"Dark Night\") containslyrical reflections from Renaissance-styled Adriatic/Dalmatian coastline folk. \"Jana\" and \"Dixie Band\" are the most pop-sounding tracks and both were very popularhits in late 1970s in Yugoslavia. The former is a typical festival-orchestral pieceof easy listening pop, the latter a commercialised take on Dixie Jazz with Honky Tonkpiano. \"Odisej\" is another mini masterpiece of prim-led Mediterranean story lineinspired by the classical hero, Odyssey. \"I kad budem stariji\" (\"And When I'm Older\")is elegiac ballad recycling the theme of \"too old to rock'n'roll, too young to die\",with self-reflecting verses of any serious die-hard (prog) music collector (inEnglish roughly: \"and when I'm much older than now/I'm gonna buy me LP records/whenI'm super-old/I'm gonna be as young as now\"). \"Tema Classica\" (\"Classical Theme\"),taken from debut studio album, is almost a mini symphonic/acoustic suite with severalchanges of tempo and melody, with dark minor-key overtones. Acoustic guitars, primtambura and what sounds like a synth-harmonium are perfectly produced and arranged,with beautiful harmony vocals. Except for the two pop hits, \"Moj svet\" is more than a typical compilation. Each songis beautiful in its own right, while retaining diversity and liveliness that forceyou to listen to it again and again. S VREMENA NA VREME were quite unique band, notonly in Yugoslavia, and for that matter - very underrated and almost forgotten. It ishard to compare them to any international/Anglo-American group. If I say there aredistant ties with THE BEATLES, PINK FLOYD, JETHRO TULL, AMAZING BLONDEL, MAMAS ANDPAPAS or INCREDIBLE STRING BAND, it's probably over-reacting. But anyway, \"Moj svet\"is a wonderful and highly recommended addition to prog folk collection. Two pop songsand the fact this is not \"real\" studio album prevent me from giving the highest rating. social review comments Review PermalinkPosted Wednesday, March 28, 2007 Review this album Report (Review #116591)
Surprisingly only if you are not familiar with the fact that these musicians were already established veterans of the Belgrade acoustic music scene in the early 1970s. Additionally they gained skills through frequent composing and performing for various theatre and TV plays and shows, as well as guest appearances on many other albums as studio players. Although this album is, first and formost, a collection of excellent individual songs where practically all of them could have been hits, the overall arrangement of this release gives a feel of a unifying idea. Seamless flow from one song to another is perfectly done, in a manner that some later BEATLES albums can surely be evoked as a model. Excellent harmony vocals, nice acoustic but also occasional electric guitars and flute, melodic bass lines, organ and some electronic devices, plus several traditional instruments like \"prim\" and \"sargija\" (both akin to mandolin or lute), all that make of this album a true masterpiece. It is hard to pinpoint a single track as best example, but the sample provided here, \"Tema za sargiju\" (\"Theme for a Sargija\") is an excellent choice. It is instrumental including sargija, acoustic guitars, percussion and later an electric guitar fuzzed solo. All of that can remind of some JETHRO TULL moments. Prog purists may find \"S vremena na vreme\" too accessible and song-oriented instead of complexity or experimentation. But, perfection sometimes lies in simplicity, harmony and beauty, of what this album is plentiful. social review comments Review PermalinkPosted Thursday, July 20, 2006 Review this album Report (Review #84317) 59ce067264