Janko Nilovic : Last Impressions – Originals (Vadim)
When the majority of radio and TV stations and audiovisual departments busied themselves getting rid of their obsolete and bulky stocks of vinyl in the mid 90s, the door was opened to discovering the sheer variety and richness of library music produced in the 60s and 70s. DJs, producers and the more adventurous of music fans quickly identified the hot spots in this vast territory, and lists of ‘most wanted’ records began to circulate with the names of the composers to look out for being repeated over and over. Janko Nilovic was one such name, quickly becoming synonymous with quality and originality on the scene. With over 30 albums under his belt, on the most prestigious labels of the era (Montparnasse 2000, Neuilly, Telemusic etc), Nilovic quikly affirmed himself as one of the most creative composers of this magical era. This 23 track collections brings together pop, psyche, African, soul stompers and swinging 60s groovers, all backed with proper bands or full orchestras.