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CROATIAN MUSIC, Dino Dvornik

     

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Number: 1307
Value: 10.00 HRK
Design: Ivana Vučić i Tomislav-Jurica Kačunić, designer from Zagreb
Size: 34.00 x 34.00 mm
Paper: selfadhesive white, wood-free, 181 g.
Perforation: die cut perforations
Technique: Multicolored Offsetprint
Printed by: AKD d.o.o., Zagreb
Date of issue: 28/9/2020
Quantity: 100,000


The music legacy of Dino Dvornik (20 August 1964 – 7 September 2008), as well as his permanently intertwined private and showbusiness life witness an enormous talent and feature eruptive music based on furious rhythm and passion regardless of the magnitude of inspiration.


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Dino Dvornik The music legacy of Dino Dvornik (20 August 1964 – 7 September 2008), as well as his permanently intertwined private and showbusiness life witness an enormous talent and feature eruptive music based on furious rhythm and passion regardless of the magnitude of inspiration. It became obvious as early as 1989, when he debuted with an album featuring the megahit Zašto praviš slona od mene, one of the biggest hits in the end of the ‘80s. Dino thus declared that funk was neither a teenage fad nor a trendy “inclination”, but a pure and genuine passion. He proved it with his following projects, such as Kreativni nered music album released a year later, including exceptional songs like Udri jače manijače, which remains at the very top of Croatian music heritage of the ‘90s. Even though the war years and the drastic dwindling of his former market deprived Dino of huge sales figures and sold-out tours, they did not affect his creativity. His 1993 album Priroda i društvo takes a step towards covering more serious issues, proving at the same time that Dino was equally capable of putting together flawless R'n'B-pop stylisations and of successfully experimenting with techno/house rhythms permeating the album. While Croatian scene adhered to dance music, in 1995 he released Afrika, one of the best and most influential songs of Croatian music of the ‘90s, followed by an extraordinary music album Enfant Terrible two years later. He remained dedicated to funk until the very end and the Pandorina kutija album released posthumously, immediately after the too early passing of the uncrowned Croatian “King of Funk”.

Number: CROATIAN MUSIC
Type: C
Description:   Motifs: Dino Dvornik, a reproduction of the vinyl record cover Dino Dvornik (LP), released by Jugoton / Croatia Records, 1989 Photography: Rino Efendić, Design: Srđan Pleško Oliver Dragojević, a reproduction of the vinyl record cover Danijela / Galeb i ja (a single), released by Jugoton / Croatia Records, 1979 Photography and record cover design: Ivan Ivezić Toma Bebić, a reproduction of the vinyl record cover Oya Noya (LP), released by Suzy, 1980 Design and the drawing on the record cover: Vladimir Kokan The postage stamps have been issued in 4-stamp self-adhesive sheetlets and the Croatian Post has also issued a First Day Cover (FDC). Round sheetlets imitate a gramophone record.
Date: 28/9/2020

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