Ibrica Jusić was born as Ibrahim Jusić in the Croatian city of Dubrovnik into a family with seven children.
Poljubaca, Poljubaca, 03:56. Nije Bilo Lako, 03:45. Volio Bi' Da Te Nisam Sreo, 05:16.
Listen to music from Ibrica Jusić like Emina, Jubi Sam Vasu 'Cer & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Ibrica Jusić. Ibrica Jusić (born 15 December 1944) is a singer and guitarist from Croatia, ex SFRJ. Discography: Celulodni pajac, Stranac, Ponoć, Jagoda (single, Jugoton, 1968. Golubica, Kada jednom budeš sama (single, Jugoton, 1969. Još uvijek ne znam neke važne stvari, Mala kavana (single, Jugoton, 1969. Mačka, Morem plovi dragi tvoj (single, Jugoton, 1970. Nemoj ići, Nikolina, Ave Maria, Ana (single, Jugoton, 1970. Ibrica Jusić (Jugoton, 1974. Skaline od sudbine (Jugoton, 1975.
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Ibrica Jusić was born in Dubrovnik, where he launched his fruitful career in 1965 singing on the steps of the Dominican Monastery, the venue which turned out to be crucial for his vocation. On the invitation of the composer Pero Gotovac, he moved to Zagreb. In the late 1993, he wrote music for the play Great Magic, directed by Paolo Magelli and Krešimir Dolenčić at the Gavella Theatre, in which he also appeared as an actor and singer. His extensive artistic engagement in Croatia resulted in the compilation album entitled Retrospektiva released by Croatia Records in 1994.