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Блуес гитариста и певач Драгољуб Црнчевић (рођен 1956. у Београду) обрео се 1977. године у Паризу. Издржавао се свирајући на улици и метроу. По повратку у Београд оснива групу Драгољубов таџи са којом је објавио ЛП "Драгољубов таџи" (ПГП РТБ 1979.). Почетком осамдесетих опет путује по Европи и свира блуес по клубовима. У Милану упознаје Американца Тимоти Александра Дејвиса (Тимотхy Алеџандер Давис) и бубњара, Аустралијанца чешког порекла Мајкла Шулца (Мицхаел Сулц) и свира са њима. Почетком 1983. године сва тројица долазе у Београд и са гитаристом Драганом Марковицем (еџ Блуес Квинтет) оснивају блуес групу Поинт Бланк.*Serbian group -Point Blank, probably, the first real blues band in former Yugoslavia, enough honest and brave to dive deep into the blues idiom at the time which was over piled with music so much different from blues, as well as fighting against, for so, so long, firmly established opinion that Balkans couldn't cope with such kind of feelings arose from dark depths of American black society's spiritual tradition. English language finally cemented down the prejudice, casting away an idea to playing blues music as already highly respected form of musical expression. But..., as always happens, something was creeping out from the cellar!The very beginning of the summer 1983 found Dragoljub Crncevic-Baki, the prodigal son, and two, the off-road pals of his, one Timothy Davis an American, the other Michael Sulc an Australian, coming to visit Baki's hometown Belgrade, in which somewhere in shadows languished Dragan Markovic, a. k. a. Mare di Luna, waiting for an opportunity to knock!
That summer was good as any other, and almost out of nothing came out the very first true YU blues outfit, Dr. Project - Point Blank. During that summer, Dr. Project - Point Blank boasted quite a reputation as a blues group through live appearances, which led to an idea of recording the very first YU LP in English, entirely self composed, which would range from bottleneck to all-electric city blues based on Chicago and Detroit downtown guitar styles. Again, as usually happens, drummer Michael Sulc got homesick and left. Not long after that another fine drummer, Miroljub Vilotijevic, was augmented to the group. The wheels started turning...!

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