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'Ajde Jano

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Ajde Jano (Serbian Cyrillic: 'Ајде Јано) is a famous Serbian folk song. It originates from the 19th century.

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Recorded versions

  • In 1960, Croatian and Yugoslav conductor Emil Cossetto and Joža Vlahović Choir and Orchestra released a version of the song on the album Pjesme naroda Jugoslavije.
  • In 1960, Yugoslav folk singer Mara Đorđević released a version of the song on the various artists album Pesme i igre naroda Jugoslavije.
  • In 1963, American traditional music ensemble Duquesne University Tamburitzans released a version of the song on the album Ballads of the Balkans.
  • In 1976, Yugoslav folk rock band Bubamare released a version of the song on a 7" single.
  • In 1977, Serbian and Yugoslav folk singer Zorica Brunclik released a version of the song on the album Aj, mene majka jednu ima.
  • In 1990, Serbian and Yugoslav folk singer Vera Ivković released a version of the song on the album Mladost peva.
  • In 1990, Serbian and Yugoslav folk singer Vasilija Radojčić released a version of the song on the album Na Uskrs sam se rodila.
  • In 1994, Serbian folk band Legende released a version of the song on the album Uspomene.
  • In 1994, Serbian and Yugoslav folk singer Dragica Radosavljević "Cakana" released a version of the song on the album Tri godine.
  • In 1995, Yugoslav singer-songwriter Branimir "Džoni" Štulić released a version of the song on his album Anali.
  • In 1996, American world music artist Talitha MacKenzie released a version of the song on the album Spiorad. In 2004, Slovenian DJ Jernej Grej released the EP Ajde Jano with three remixes of MacKenzie's version.
  • In 1997, Serbian and Yugoslav folk singer Beba Tošić released a version of the song on the album Svu noć sam, majko....
  • In 1998, Serbian ethnic music band Vlada Maričić & The Ritual Band released a version of the song on the album Ritual.
  • In 1998, Swedish alternative rock band Urga released a version of the song on the album Etanol.
  • In 1999, Serbian Balkan Brass Band Mića Petrović Trumpet Orchestra released a version of the song on the album Srcem za dušu.
  • In 2000, Polish singer Paulina Bisztyga released a version of the song on the album Nie Ma Co Się Bać.
  • In 2000, Polish jazz band Cracow Klezmer Band released a version of the song on the album De Profundis.
  • In 2003, British violinist Nigel Kennedy and Polish world music band Kroke released a version of the song on the collaborative album East Meets East. Their version featured guest appearance by Belgian world music singer Natacha Atlas.
  • In 2004, Kroke released a version of the song on the live album Quartet - Live at Home.
  • In 2004, Mića Petrović Trumpet Orchestra and Vera Ivković released a version of the song on the various artists album Kad jeknu dragačevske trube 2.
  • In 2004, Serbian violinist Aleksandar Šišić released a version of the song on the album Magična violina.
  • In 2004, Slovenian folk band Terrafolk released a version of the song on the album N'taka.
  • In 2006, Polish jazz singer Edyta Geppert and Kroke released a version of the song on the collaborative album Śpiewam Życie.
  • In 2006, Serbian pop singer Zorana Pavić released a cover of the song on the album Made In Serbia.
  • In 2008, Serbian folk/world music band Balkan Music Club released a version of the song on the album Live in Belgrade 1999.
  • In 2008, Serbian and Yugoslav rock/ethnic musician Asim Sarvan released a version of the song on the album Hajde, Jano, kuću da ne damo.
  • In 2009, Czech world music band BraAgas released a version of the song on the album Tapas.
  • In 2009, Belgian jazz band Turdus Philomelos released a version of the song on the album Ici Maintenant La Pouf!.
  • In 2010, Polish world music band Dikanda released a version of the song on their album Live.
  • In 2011, Serbian-born American pianist Koshanin released a version of the song on the album Over Seven Seas.
  • In 2012, Polish folk band Samech released a version of the song on their album Quachatta.
  • In 2012, Italian jazz/world music musician Daniele Sepe released a version of the song on the album Canzoniere Illustrato.
  • In 2013, Polish singer-songwriter Kayah released a version of the song on the album Transoriental Orchestra.
  • Notable live performances

  • In 2010, American rock band Faith No More performed the song on their performance at the Exit Festival. The band performed the song once more in 2012, at the Belgrade Calling Festival.
  • In 2014, Don Airey, keyboardist of the British hard rock band Deep Purple, performed an instrumental version of the song as a part of his keyboard solo on Deep Purple's concert in Belgrade.
  • In January 2015, Viva Vox, a Serbian pop/rock choir, performed an a cappella version of the song in front of the United Nations General Assembly.
  • References

    'Ajde Jano Wikipedia


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