Leb i Sol were a Yugoslav jazz-rock/pop band from Skopje, Macedonia, formed in 1976. The band debuted with two tracks on a double-album document of the 1977 Boom Festival, issued as Boom ’77 on the Suzy label. In 1978, the band released their first two albums on RTB, following those up with three further longplayers and a live LP on the label between 1979 and 1983. Five further albums followed on Jugoton between 1983 and 1989.
Members: Vlatko Stefanovski (guitar, vocals), Bodan Arsovski (bass, vocals), Koki Dimuševski [Nikola Dimuševski] (keyboards, 1976-79), Miki Petkovski (keyboards, 1979-80), Dimitrije Čučurovski (drums), Gabaret Tavitijan (drums)
- “Nie četvoricata (Opatija ’78)” / “Devetka (Opatija ’78)” (1978)
- Leb i Sol (1978)
- Leb i Sol 2 (1978)
- Ručni Rad (1979)
- (∞) (1981)
- Sledovanje (1982)
- Akustična Trauma (live, 1982)
- Kalabalak (1983)
- Tangenta (1984)
- Zvučni Zid (1986)
- Kao Kakao (1987)
- Putujemo (1989)
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