Josipa Lisac (pronounced ; born 14 February 1950) is a Croatian pop-rock singer. During the 1960s she was a vocalist of the group named Zlatni Akordi. Her first solo album, Dnevnik jedne ljubavi (The Diary of a Love), recorded in 1973, was a huge success and is until today one of the most legendary albums in Croatia. Journalist and producer Peca Popović noted that The Diary of a Love was also fourth rock record and first female record released in Yugoslavia.
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Josipa Lisac soon proved her multiple talents with an acclaimed and demanding performance as the girl Jana in the first Croatian (and Yugoslavian) rock opera 'Gubec Beg', by Ivica Krajac, Karlo Metikos and Miljenko Prohaska, which had its premiere in 1975. called "Josipa Lisac & . Convention Big Band International", produced by Bosko Petrovic and Karlo Metikos. Josipa Lisac is all-times Croatian rock diva, and her debut is probably the best Croatian rock album ever (along with HAUSTOR's "Treci Svijet"). And when a best rock album from one country easily fits under the progressive rock blanket, that is really something to write home about! This is conceptual - or at least thematic album.
Album · 2004 · 17 Songs. Best of the Ultimate Collection. 80-E 120 Originalnih Hitova.
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Antologija josipe lisac. The Best Of Josipa Lisac. Josipa Lisac & B. P. Convention Big Band International.
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|O Jednoj Mladosti||3:59|
|Ležaj Od Suza||4:30|
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|Daj Mi Rijec|
|Da Li Sam Ti Rekla Da Te Volim|
|Gdje Dunav Ljubi Nebo||3:00|
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|CD 5237853||Josipa Lisac||The Best Of Josipa Lisac (CD, Comp, Boo)||Croatia Records||CD 5237853||Croatia||1998|
|CD 5561095||Josipa Lisac||The Best Of (CD, Comp)||Croatia Records||CD 5561095||Croatia||2004|