This is a partial discography of the Croatian rock band Thompson and its eponymous lead singer Marko Perković "Thompson".
Thompson is a Croatian heavy metal band, founded by Marko Perković aka "Thompson", often identified with the band itself. "Thompson" is Perković's stage name. He is the songwriter and lead vocalist. The lineup consists of Tomislav Mandarić, Ivan Ivanković, Duje Ivić, and Ivica Bilić Ike.
Marko Perković is a Croatian musician and has been the lead singer of the band Thompson since 1991.
|Moli mala||1992||Croatia Records|
|Vrijeme škorpiona||1995||Croatia Records|
|Geni kameni||1996||Croatia Records|
|Vjetar s Dinare||1998||Croatia Records|
|E, moj narode||2002||Croatia Records|
|Bilo jednom u Hrvatskoj||2006||Croatia Records|
|Ora et labora||April, 2013||Croatia Records|
|Bilo jednom u Hrvatskoj: Split - Stari plac||2007||Croatia Records|
|Sve najbolje||2003||Croatia Records|
|Druga strana||December, 2008||Croatia Records|
Songs which Thompson has released separately, as well as collaborations.
|Bili brode moj|
|Daleko je by Tiho Orlić ft. Thompson||Tiho|
|Dolazak Hrvata (longer version)||Dolazak Hrvata (single)|
|Izvori Gospodnji with Ivan Pulić||Čovjek i njegov Bog|
|Ljuta guja with Jasmin Stavros||Sve najbolje|
|Lijepo li je Hrvat biti (HSP anthem)|
|Ne varaj me s golubom u rukama|
|Otočki bećarac with Mate Bulić and Zlatko Pejaković||Gacka|
|Ruku na srce|
|Sude mi by Miroslav Škoro ft. Thompson||Milo moje|
|Sveto tlo Hrvatsko with Ivan Mikulić, Tiho Orlić and NHT|
|Svidila se meni|
|Turneja: E, moj narode||2004||Croatia Records|
|Turneja: Bilo jednom u Hrvatskoj Maksimir||2007||Croatia Records|
|Lijepa li si|
|Moj dida i ja (2007)|
|Reci brate moj|
|Vjetar s Dinare|
|Zmija me za srce ugrizla|
|Glazba iz filma Josef||2011||Croatia Records|
Dorotea "Doris" Dragović, is a Croatian singer-songwriter. She represented Yugoslavia in the Eurovision Song Contest 1986 with the song "Željo moja", finishing 11th with 49 points, and Croatia in the Eurovision Song Contest 1999 with the song "Marija Magdalena", finishing fourth with 118 points.
Vesna Pisarović is a Croatian pop and jazz singer. Before starting her career as a jazz musician in Berlin, Germany, she was one of the most popular female singers in former Yugoslavia countries, and the darling of the people.
Eli "Lucky" Thompson was an American jazz tenor and soprano saxophonist. While John Coltrane usually receives the most credit for bringing the soprano saxophone out of obsolescence in the early 1960s, Thompson embraced the instrument earlier than Coltrane.
Goran Karan, is a Croatian vocalist from Split. He specializes in songs influenced by Dalmatian folk music and is known for his powerful and refined tenor voice. Karan's collaboration with composer Zdenko Runjić led to some of his most acclaimed work, which won him several awards.
Danijela Martinović, known artistically as Danijela is a Croatian pop singer.
Croatia Records is the largest major record label in Croatia, based in Zagreb (Dubrava).
Shaman is the nineteenth studio album by Santana. Shaman was released on October 22, 2002 and debuted at number 1 on the Billboard 200 with first week sales of 298,973. It was certified Double Platinum by the RIAA and Gold in Greece.
Jasenovac i Gradiška Stara is a Croatian song promoting the Ustaše. The lyrics celebrate the World War II crimes against the Serbs. The lyrics include words in the typical dialect of Herzegovina, where some of the worst atrocities against Serbs during WWII happened.
The discography of Richard Thompson, an English singer/songwriter and guitarist, consists of 18 solo studio albums, three live albums and 16 singles, in addition to six studio albums and two live albums credited to Richard and Linda Thompson and five studio albums as a member of Fairport Convention, as well as a number of fan club and boutique label releases, soundtracks and collaborations. He has also appeared as a guest musician on the albums of a number of other artists.
Faruk Buljubašić is a Bosnian songwriter.
Live, Love, Larf & Loaf is a studio album by the United States/English experimental rock quartet French Frith Kaiser Thompson. It was the group's first album and was recorded at Mobius Music in San Francisco in March 1987. The album was released in 1987 in the United States by Rhino Records on LP, CD and cassette. The CD release contained two extra tracks. The album was reissued in 2008 by Fledg'ling Records with five extra tracks recorded live at the Ashkenaz in Berkeley, California.
Index.hr is a Croatian news website, launched in December 2002 and based in Zagreb. The news site covers politics, business, sports, show business, and features columns covering everything from gossip to political commentary. As of 2018, it is the leading Croatian news website.
Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra is an orchestra based in Zagreb, Croatia.
Lucky Thompson Plays Jerome Kern and No More is an album led by saxophonist Lucky Thompson recorded in 1963 and released on the Moodsville label.
Lucky Thompson Plays Happy Days Are Here Again is an album led by saxophonist Lucky Thompson recorded in 1965 and released on the Moodsville label.
Jasmine Ying Thompson is an English singer and songwriter. Thompson began her career at the age of ten by filming herself singing and uploading the videos to YouTube. In 2014, she was featured on German deep house producer Robin Schulz's song "Sun Goes Down". This song charted within the top 10 in multiple countries including Australia, Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. As of May 2018, her YouTube channel has over 3.1 million subscribers and over 530 million views.
Goodbye Yesterday is an album featuring performances by jazz saxophonist Lucky Thompson which was released on the Groove Merchant label.
I Offer You is an album featuring performances by jazz saxophonist Lucky Thompson which was released on the Groove Merchant label.