Goran Bregovic & The Wedding And Funeral Band #1-wedding singer soundtrack

wedding singer soundtrack
wedding singer soundtrack

Goran Bregovic & The Wedding And Funeral Band #1
Live @t Avellino, 9/3/2007

This is the second time that I see Goran Bregovic. Its balkan sound and his past rock influence was here on the stage across his soundtrack and the tracks of his new album Karmen. For a lots of photo here, I was very lucky, I stay for a bit sitting in the first line on the chairs under the stage, so focus and light quality is magnificant!

Composer and guitarist Goran Bregović has been a household name in the Balkans for over three decades. Born in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina (then Yugoslavia), Bregović has composed for such varied artists as Iggy Pop and Cesaria Evora. He earned his fame wielding a guitar with his rock band Bijelo Dugme, a group that rose to stardom and set the groundwork for the Yugoslav rock scene. Known internationally for his scores for Emir Kusturica’s films (Time of the Gypsies, Arizona Dream, Underground), Bregović commands an ensemble that matches his larger-than-life persona. A rowdy brass band, bagpipes, a string ensemble, a tuxedo-clad all-male choir from Belgrade, and traditional Bulgarian and Roma singers make up his dynamic 40-piece band and orchestra. Bregović’s compositions, extending Balkan musical inspirations to innovative extremes, draw upon European classicism and Balkan rhythms, evoking rock’s searing power as well as the repose of sacred sounds–all fueled by the insistent drive of brass.

wedding singer soundtrack
wedding singer soundtrack

Diana King By: Joel H. Garcia
DIANA KING was born November 8, 1970 in Spanish Town, Jamaica. She is an R&B, pop, reggae, and dancehall singer-songwriter. She was born to a Jamaican Indian mother and an African father.

After making an appearance on a 1994 Notorious B.I.G. song, Diana King signed a recording contract with Sony Music. Her debut album Tougher Than Love spawned the massive hit single "Shy Guy", which also made the soundtrack of Bad Boys (1995), and the follow up, "Ain’t Nobody", a cover of the 1970’s hit by Rufus & Chaka Khan.

She scored another big hit two years later with a dance/reggae cover of the Dionne Warwick hit, "I Say a Little Prayer", which was also featured on the OST of My Best Friend’s Wedding (1997).

Since then, Diana King has had numerous music projects, as well as TV appearances, live performances and awards. She’s currently writing and recording under her own label, and goes on concert tours in Asia annually.

Greatest Hits:

"Shy Guy" (1995)
"Ain’t Nobody" (1995)
"L-L-Lies" (1996)
"Say a Little Prayer" (1997)
"Do You Really Want to Hurt Me?" (1997)

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