“I exist in the code of the average Yugoslav, regardless of the fact that he is now called a Croat, Macedonian, Serb, Slovene, Bosnian or Sarajevan. They themselves are now uncovering this fact again.” Exactly twenty-three years ago, in May of 1974, Goran Bregovic presented himself to the Yugoslav public in Ljubljana as the leader […]
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