Goran Bregovic began his music career as the bassist in Bestije. After a three-year stint as a member of Kodeks, in 1971 he joined the underground trio Mica, Goran & Zoran; three years later Bregovic founded Bijelo Dugme, one of Yugoslavia's most successful bands until their breakup in 1988. He first turned to film work in 1978, composing the score to Mica Milosevic's Nije Nego; Bregovic's most fruitful collaboration was with director Emir Kusturica, for whom he scored 1989's Dom Za Vesanje, 1993's Arizona Dream, 1995's Cannes Film Festival winner Underground, and 1998's Crna Macka, Beli Macor. Concurrent solo recordings include 1996's P.S., 1999's Ederlezi, and 2000's Songbook. ~ Jason Ankeny
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