Laza Ristovski Height, Weight, Net Worth, Age, Birthday, Wikipedia, Who, Nationality, Biography

Date of Birth January 23, 1956
Date of Death October 6, 2007, Belgrade, Serbia
Place of Birth Novi Pazar
Country Serbia
Horoscope Aquarius

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Laza Ristovski Biography

Laza Ristovski is a famous Celebrity, who was born on January 23, 1956 in Serbia. Lazar “Laza” Ristovski (Serbian Cyrillic: Лаза Ристовски, pronounced [lǎːza ristǒʋskiː] ; 23 January 1956 – 6 October 2007) was a Serbian and former Yugoslav keyboardist, known for being a member of rock bands Smak and Bijelo Dugme, as well as for his eclectic solo work that spawned many different musical genres. According to Astrologers, Laza Ristovski’s zodiac sign is Aquarius.

On 10 September, the same day for which the beginning of the promotional tour was scheduled, Ivandić, Kovačević and Boban were arrested for owning hashish, which ended Laza & Ipe activity. At the beginning of 1978, Ristovski worked with the band Vatra, but eventually returned to Smak in late 1978.

In October 1976, Ristovski was persuaded by Goran Bregović to join Sarajevo-based hard rock band Bijelo Dugme as the band was getting ready to start recording their third studio album Eto! Baš hoću! (There! I Will!). Ristovski was a replacement for their regular keyboardist Vlado Pravdić, who had to serve the mandatory army stint. With Bijelo Dugme he recorded the album Eto! Baš hoću! (1976) and the live album Koncert kod Hajdučke česme (1977).

During his career Ristovski worked with international stars like Falco and Richard Palmer-James. At the beginning of the 1980s, Ristovski was a member of Alvin Lee Band and played on their Yugoslav and Hungarian tour. Ristovski also worked with RTB Jazz Orchestra.

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In 1980, Ristovski recorded the album Rok cirkus (Rock Circus) with Smak. During the same year, Ristovski released his debut solo release, a 7″ single with the songs “Tražiš oproštaj” (“You Seek Forgiveness”) and “Andželika” (“Angelica”), both composed by Tugomir Vidanović. Members of Mama Co Co and Vatra were involved in the single recording.

Laza Ristovski Net Worth

Laza Ristovski is one of the richest Celebrity & listed on most popular Celebrity. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Laza Ristovski net worth is approximately $1.5 Million.

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During the autumn of 1974, Ristovski started performing with Kragujevac-based progressive rock band Smak, but became their official member as of January 1975. With Smak he recorded their debut self-titled album (1975), the EP Satelit (Satellite, 1976), Radomir Mihajlović’s first solo album, R. M. Točak (1976), and several singles.

In 1980, Ristovski recorded the album Rok cirkus (Rock Circus) with Smak. During the same year, Ristovski released his debut solo release, a 7″ single with the songs “Tražiš oproštaj” (“You Seek Forgiveness”) and “Andželika” (“Angelica”), both composed by Tugomir Vidanović. Members of Mama Co Co and Vatra were involved in the single recording.

In 1981, he recorded another album with Smak, Zašto ne volim sneg (Why I Don’t Like the Snow), however, the band disbanded shortly after the album release. After Smak disbanded, Ristovski took part in the recording of Smak former vocalist Boris Aranđelović’s solo album Iz profila (1982).

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Ristovski formed his first band, Bezimeni (The Nameless), when he was fourteen. The band made only one recording, the song “Maštarenje”, which was released on various artists album Veče uz radio (Evening by the Radio) in 1975. In the summer of 1974, Bezimeni performed in Bečići, where a well-known clarinetist Boki Milošević heard their performance. After Milošević’s invitation, Ristovski moved to Belgrade and became a member of Milošević’s orchestra.

Ristovski’s debut solo album Merge was released in 1982, and became the best-selling instrumental music album in Yugoslavia 1983. Until his return to Bijelo Dugme in 1985, he released three more solo albums: 2/3 (1983), Roses for a General (1984) and Vojnički dani (Army Days, 1984). The latter featured instrumental versions of Yugoslav revolutionary songs.

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He returned to Bijelo Dugme in 1985. From 1985 to 1989, both Ristovski and Vlado Pravdić were the members of the band, Ristovski usually playing various keyboards and synthesizers, while Vlado Pravdić played the organ.

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Ranked on the list of most popular Celebrity. Also ranked in the elit list of famous celebrity born in Serbia. Laza Ristovski celebrates birthday on January 23 of every year.

Ristovski wrote music for the films Lazar (1984), Zaboravljeni (1988), Hajde da se volimo 2 (1989), Violinski ključ (1990), Pokojnik (1990), A Holy Place (1990), Hajde da se volimo 3 (1990), Velika frka (1992), Mrav pešadinac (1993), Napadač (1993), Osmeh Margaret Jursenar (1993), Obračun u kazino kabareu (1993), Pretty Village, Pretty Flame (1996), and Impure Blood (1997). The music from Impure Blood was released on the album Muzika iz filma Nečista krv (1997). He was one of Goran Bregović’s closest associates on Bregović’s early movie soundtrack projects.

Ristovski stayed in Bijelo Dugme until the band broke up in 1989, releasing the studio albums Pljuni i zapjevaj moja Jugoslavijo (Spit and Sing, My Yugoslavia, 1986) and Ćiribiribela (1988) and the live album Mramor, kamen i željezo (Marble, Stone and Iron, 1987) with the band. During this period, he also recorded the album Opera (1986) with percussionist Nenad Jelić.

In 1990, Ristovski became a joined member of the glam metal band Osvajači, playing keyboards on and producing their debut album Krv i led (Blood and Ice, 1990).

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