Two weeks ago, as I was on Ebay bidding on a series of Eurovision singles (and won seven out of ten, as you can read here), I noticed that most of the action happened in the last two minutes. Suddenly there were bidders (or it was only one, I couldn't tell) coming up and offering more than my maximum - which, admittedly, wasn't exactly high. By quickly throwing in one more bid - which, again, wasn't very high - I was able to steal back the singles in the last few seconds. There was just one exception: this 1969 Yugoslavian entry by 4M. And that's remarkable, since it's such an old record from a country that doesn't even exist anymore.
'Pozdrav svijetu' is a ballad, in which the 4M's salute all people of the
world, wishing them a "good day" in several languages: Spanish, German,
French, English, Dutch, Italian, Russian and Finnish. At the close of voting, it had received just 5 points, placing 13th in a field of 16 competitors.
My collection: 7" single no. 5613 Found: eBay.com, received February 12, 2015 Cost: 0,7 euro Tracks: 'Pozdrav svijetu (Dobar dan)' / 'David i Ruth'