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Goran Bregovic

Goran Bregovic Welcome to Bregovic
  • CD1: 1. Tale 3
  • CD1: 2. Stop
  • CD1: 3. Gas Gas Gas (Shantel Vs. Bregovic)
  • CD1: 4. Mesecina/Moonlight
  • CD1: 5. La Nuit
  • CD1: 6. Underground Tango
  • CD1: 7. In The Deathcar (Lp Version)
  • CD1: 8. Hop Hop Hop
  • CD1: 9. Rencontre
  • CD1: 10. Elo Hi
  • CD1: 11. Dreams
  • CD1: 12. Yeremia
  • CD1: 13. Kallasnikov
  • CD1: 14. Gul
  • CD1: 15. Tale 4
  • CD1: 16. Ederlezi (Scena Durdevdana Na Rijeci)
  • CD1: 17. Maki Maki
  • CD1: 18. Ya Ya Ringe Ringe Raja
  • CD1: 19. Ausenica
  • CD1: 20. Man From Reno

For the very first time – the best of brings together all of Goran’s famous works, including his collaborations with Cesaria Evora, Iggy Pop and Scott Walker. A musical master and the Balkan’s greatest exponent of modern gypsy music Even in Tito’s Yugoslavia, rock ‘n‘ roll took the nation by storm in the 60s. Answers to teenage revolts sparked by the genre and growing awareness of the electric guitar’s potential to attract the female of the species guided him to form a rock band. In 1974, the first album from Bijelo Dugme (White Button) won immediate acclaim. Over the next 14 years, they released 12 records and sold millions of albums. The next episode began as Emir Kusturica, the famed film director approached Goran to work on his project, “Time of the Gypsies”. The pair followed this success with “Arizona Dream”, where Goran further developed his repertoire along with the godfather of punk, Iggy Pop. It was the live stage that next drew Goran’s attention, uniting Gypsy musicians on brass and percussion, he created his Weddings and Funerals Orchestra, an ensemble that changes size according to requirement between 12 and 42 musicians. Few musicians have managed to develop such a wide-ranging artistic spectrum, coherently fusing such a broad variety of styles and techniques without losing its identity.


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