Yugoslavian and Bosnian musician, composer and guitarist Goran Bregovic was born on March 22, 1950 in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, SFR Yugoslavia. He considered himself Yugoslavian, as his father is Croatian, mother is Serbian and his wife is Muslim. He rose to fame in East Europe being the lead guitarist and main composer for the rock band Bijelo Dugme (White Button). After the band broke up he began composing music for film and collaborated with Emir Kusturica. The most notable works include scores for The Time of Gypsies, Underground (won Golden Palm) and Arizona Dream. He also wrote music for Queen Margot, Turkish Gambit, Mustafa and other films. The samples of his music can be heard in Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan. You can download Goran Bregovic’s Music for Films in mp3 from our site.