NAŠ DRUGAR Pretty Biran je bio na ovom koncertu i tako nam dao tačan datum
Hvala Lepi Brajane
Arturo Sandoval (trumpet)
Jorge Luis Valdés Chicoy (guitar)
Hilario Duran Torres (piano, keyboards)
Narciso Jorge Reyes Hernandez (bass)
Bernardo Garcia Carrera (drums)
Reinaldo Valera Del Monte (percussion)
Recorded live at 9th Zagreb Jazz Fair, Kulušić Hall, Zagreb, 22. 10. 1987.
Steven Brown sax, voice , piano
Ivan Georgiev Bass, keyboards
Luc van Liesholt flugelhorn, trumpet
Drem Brunsma keyboards
Ovaj snimak postoji i velika je retkost a isto tako i informacija o ovom koncertu skoro da ne postoji
PORGY and Bess u 4 dana i pet predstava, decembra 1954. godine u Beogradu i Zagrebu
Gospodja STEBER, se ponašala kao najgora amerrička baraba i nadmeno je odbila da igra MADAM BATERFLAJ u Beogradu jerr joj se kostimi nisu svidjali, čovek može da kaže samo da je to odraz amerričke nadmenosti koja ne može tek tako da se odstrani iz njihovih glava jerr su tako vaspitavani od malena! BARABA to je sve što mogu da kažem posle 60 godina od tih koncerrata!
TO ŠTO JE PEVAČICA U METROPOLITENU ne daje joj za pravo da se tako ponaša. Da je to urradila u Metropolitenu dobila bi otkaz ODMAH!
Blood, Sweat and Tears, under the auspices of the State Department, left US today on the first tour by a rock group to the Eastern European countries (the trip is a favour for the US governement, which issues David Clayton-Thomas a green card in return). The 26-day, 11-concert tour included Zagreb, Sarajevo, Belgrade and Ljubljana in Socijalistička Federativna Republika Jugoslavija; Constanța, București and Ploiești in România; and Warsaw and Poznań in Rzeczpospolita Polska. The concert in Ploiești, România, was performed on behalf of the ‘Românian Flood Relief’. Blood, Sweat and Tears has waived all fees for the tour, which was filmed by National General Television Productions for TV and possibly motion picture release that actually finally didn’t happen. The group travel to Europe with their own equipment, especially designed to handle D.C. current. All accommodations and food was paid by the governments of the respective countries in local currency, with the State Department backing this in dollars. According to Larry Goldblatt, BS&T’s then manager, the purpose of the trip was to show the Eastern Europeans what American youth is thinking and doing about their situation. There was also a chance that recording an album of the concerts was possibile but actually finally didn’t happen.
Martina Arroyo in Zagreb on May, 12th of 1965.