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A soundtrack by Goran Bregović for Emir Kusturica's 1988 film Time of the Gypsies (Dom za vešanje). Also includes two tracks by Bregović from Ademir Kenović's 1989 film Kuduz .
Several of the pieces in the soundtrack to the film can also be heard in the movie Borat .
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Goran Bregović is a recording artist from Bosnia and Herzegovina. He is one of the most internationally known modern musicians and composers of the Slavic-speaking countries in the Balkans, and is one of the few former Yugoslav musicians who has performed at major international venues such as Carnegie Hall, Royal Albert Hall and L'Olympia.
Ysa Ferrer is a French actress and singer.
Queen Margot or La Reine Margot may refer to:
Soundtrack from Emir Kusturica's Arizona Dream by Goran Bregović featuring the vocals and lyrics of Iggy Pop on tracks 1, 4 & 6 and the lyrics of Emir Kusturica as well as the vocals of Iggy Pop on track 10. In the film, apart from the music on soundtrack, there are also three songs of Django Reinhardt.
Underground is an album by Goran Bregović, with the music from the film with the same title by Emir Kusturica. Several songs from this album, such as "Mesečina" and "Kalašnjikov", became instant-classic tavern and brass-band hits. The Boban Marković Orchestra is heavily featured in the soundtrack, and among other pieces, "Mesečina" was performed by Keba, Trans-Siberian March Band and The Lemon Bucket Orkestra.
La reine Margot – Soundtrack is an album by Goran Bregović, with the music that he composed for the 1994 film La Reine Margot, by Patrice Chéreau. Like most of Bregović's work, the melodies in this soundtrack are heavily influenced by Balkan folk music tradition, but he also refurbished and recycled some of his previous work while he was the frontman of Bijelo dugme, one of the most influential Yugoslav rock bands of the 1970s and 1980s.
P.S. is a solo album by Goran Bregović published in 1996, that is not a soundtrack, but rather a choice of his favourite compositions that appeared in several films.
Stereophonic Musical Listenings That Have Been Origin in Moving Film "Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan" is the soundtrack to the 2006 mockumentary film Borat, released by "Kuzçek Records" in association with Downtown and Atlantic Records. The soundtrack was released digitally through the iTunes Store on October 24, 2006, and in stores and through other online music stores on Tuesday, October 31, 2006.
Pljuni i zapjevaj moja Jugoslavijo is the eighth studio album by Yugoslav rock band Bijelo Dugme, released in 1986.
Magdolna "Magdi" Rúzsa is a Hungarian singer who won the 2006 title of Megasztár ("Megastar"), Hungary's nationwide talent search, that resembles, but is not based on, Pop Idol. As the winner of the category "Newcomer of the Year" at the Fonogram Hungarian Music Awards in 2007, she represented Hungary at the Eurovision Song Contest in Helsinki, Finland with the song "Unsubstantial Blues". She finished ninth and won a Marcel Bezençon Award in the Best Composer category. She often performs songs by her favorite singer, Janis Joplin.
Uspavanka za Radmilu M. is the sixth studio album by the Yugoslav rock band Bijelo Dugme, released in 1983.
Goran Bregović is a self-titled album by Bijelo dugme's frontman Goran Bregović, released in 1976 in-between the band's second and third studio albums.
"Ederlezi" is a popular traditional folk song of the Romani people in the Balkans.
Balkan brass, popularly known by the Serbian name Truba, is a distinctive style of music originating in the Balkan region as a fusion between military music and folk music. In recent years, it has become popular in a techno-synth fusion throughout Europe, and in pop music in the Anglo-American sphere and throughout the world. Songs like Worth It by Fifth Harmony have brought the style to a new audience. In traditional form, it is popular throughout the Balkans, especially in Serbia, North Macedonia, Bulgaria, Moldova and Romania, although the turbo-folk variety attracts larger audiences. The energetic and fast beats encourage dance and are egalitarian, often resulting in participation by the entire audience; this unpretentious relationship with audiences, highly charged energy and loud and joyful performances by highly skilled musicians has contributed to its successes. Fans of bands inspired by Balkan bands, such as Gogol Bordelo, often state that it is a type of music better experienced than listened to.
Songbook is a 2000 compilation by Goran Bregović. It summs the results of Goran Bregović's 1990s creative work. Besides including his music for films La Reine Margot, Underground, Arizona Dream, Time of the Gypsies, and Toxic Affair, it also features such world-famous singers as Iggy Pop, Ofra Haza, Sezen Aksu, Cesária Évora and George Dalaras.
Thessaloniki - Yannena With Two Canvas Shoes is an album by Goran Bregović and the Greek singer George Dalaras.
"Man from Reno" is a song written by musician and composer Goran Bregović with lyrics by American singer-songwriter Scott Walker in 1993. The song was recorded and released by Bregović and Walker for the 1993 French comedy film Toxic Affair, directed by Philoméne Esposito. Bregović composed the rest of the film's score. A stylised sepia-toned music video was produced for the single. The single was Walker's seventh and last solo single.
Zumreta Midžić, known by her stage name Zuzi Zu, is a popular Bosnian artist: singer, musician and songwriter. She performs various music genres from pop-rock to Bosnian folk - sevdalinka and Gypsy music. She was born in Velika Kladuša, Bosnia and Herzegovina and for many years she was living and working in Sarajevo.
Stižemo is an album by Serbian and Yugoslav keyboardist Laza Ristovski and Yugoslav drummer Ipe Ivandić, released in 1978.
Anca Pop was a Romanian Canadian singer-songwriter. On July 12, 2017 she released her self-titled debut studio album exclusively in Japan which spawned four singles including: "Free Love", "Super Cool", "Ring Around", and "Loco Poco".