Alkohol contains two albums - Sljivovica (Slivovitz) and Sampanjac (Champagne). Both albums were recorded live, Bregovic said, and added that in the part called Sljivovica are songs recorded at the Guca Brass Band Festival - cheerful melodies for hard alcohol. Alcohol agreed with me at that stage in Guca. I watched that footage. I was a little drunk. Then I came to an idea to record an album called Alcohol, Bregovic said. According to Bregovic, some musicians are trying to copy European elements, but if we want to be honest, we have to say that in our music it is important that we can drink while we listen to it. That’s our tradition, he concluded.
Goran Bregović (born 22 March 1950) is a Yugoslav recording artist. He is one of the most internationally known modern musicians and composers of 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.
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Goran Bregovic: Alkohol: Sljivovica & Champagne. March 14 2009, 12:01am, The Times. Though it doesn’t sound like a concert album, this was recorded in front of 150,000 people in Serbia during a three-day festival of booze and brass bands by the acclaimed film composer’s ten-piece gypsy-styled Wedding and Funeral Band. That might give you some idea of how loose it feels, yet not for a second does it mistake ramshackle for raucous. Blue Wrasse, TS £1. 2).
Artist: Goran Bregovic Title: Alkohol (Sljivovica & Champagne) Year Of Release: 2008 Label: Music Star Genre: World, Folk, Gipsy Quality: FLAC (image+. One of them is Serbian-Croatian guitarist, singer, composer, and bandleader Goran Bregovic, but hopefully, his 2009 release Alkohol will make him better known in North America. Bregovic has been part of the former Yugoslavia's music scene since the days of communism, and Alkohol is clearly the work of a seasoned bandleader. Recorded live in Belgrade, Guca, and Skopje in 2007, Alkohol has some rock influence and some electric guitar but nonetheless demonstrates that Bregovic's Eastern European roots run deep.