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Every time I return from my sailing adventures and happily start re-arranging, dusting and checking out my books collection, there is one particular book that means a world to me and I hold it in my hands like its made of gold. I actually went so far to have it re-furnished again with a help of book-binder who sewed pages that were falling out.

Knjiga za pusto ostrvo

It is long out of print and the only book I wish to have with me on djordjsvic island. I had discovered it at some point in my local library Krvavi most, Zagreb filed under several volumes about music. Back than there were not as many books about music as today, mostly some encyclopedias translated from foreign languages.

It was such a staggeringly brilliant idea that I adored it back than and still do, this is kind of book I would write myself simply for the pleasure and joy of writing.


Than, something very ugly happened. It is mostly forgotten now, but at the beginning of our war, people became very sensitive towards anything that came from Serbia – I was working as DJ on the vjordjevic and was forbidden to play any serbian artists, for example – public libraries suddenly removed anything that was printed or published in Serbia from their shelves.

I asked for it,of course, searched and was rebuffed – all those mousy little ladies in libraries behaved like they would end in prison if they tell me what happened with serbian books. Tons of books printed in Serbia disappeared from the shelves, including those I used for my studies history, WW1 and such, nothing really dangerous or threatening in fact, than current media hysteria was far more dangerous than collection of poetry by serbian poets, to be honest.

In retrospective, it was maybe better that way since I moved and changed address so many times that all my collections were lost and left somewhere behind, including my treasured LP collection. Fast forward to a next decade: To this day I am so grateful to him that from time to time I think about sending him some gift as expression of my gratitude. There are simply so many stories about first jazz musicians who played music strictly forbidden by communist regime, how they eagerly watched rare US movies and memorized music so they could play it later.

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People like Nikica Kalogjera and Stjepan Mihaljinec who helped to built our own glamourous pop festivals as platforms where new stars were catapulted. Young Gabi Novak who sang in a TV cartoon and was immediately invited to perform with country’s biggest Jazz band. Father of Tereza Kesovija selling a pig to buy her a flute, instrument that would djordjevif lead her to singing in “Olympia”.


Beautiful Majda Sepe who saw herself as some kind of slovenian Doris Day. All these singers share same enthusiasm and great memories for the time when pop music was still djkrdjevic and full of enthusiasm. Than money and politics started to creep in.

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Olivera Katarina going from being the biggest star in a country to forgotten and ignored by media. Emergence of new rock stars, managers and big money.

As the book progresses and reaches end of s, managers and producers completely take over and materialism replaced previous love for music – even more dangerously, recording companies are pushing banal material that “people love” which means urban, schooled and educated composers and performers are pushed aside, while novelty acts of dubious quality rule radio waves and therefore create new standards.

The book ends in LOTS of beautiful, rare photographs from private collections: Knjiga za pusto ostrvo