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    Cheers. He played up here too. What a Great.

    "Remember To Dip the Right End of the Cigar in your $250.00 dollar glass of Brandy." -Doc Bernard.


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    Quote Originally Posted by OSCURO View Post
    They forgot Nastassja Kinski.
    (That was too much work to make a joke.haha.)



    -Oh, I better get out of here lolll. Just having fun. Thanks guys. Had a good time.
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    Zodiac (or Zodiak), a Soviet synth-pop from Riga, Latvia, was Soviet answer to the new wave/electronic era that was getting off the ground in Europe with bands like Kraftwerk and Space. A cousin of mine sent me their record around 1982.



    The band, now in the independent Latvia, recently reunited.







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    I went to share this Tchaikovsky song I love and realized it was actually Mozart. Apparently my old brain has gotten confused over the years.
    Alas, here it is....turkish march. I used to think it too 2 people to play this until I saw it live done by a young man.
    Enjoy!



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    I didn't know I liked Tchaikovsky.
    After this brilliant performance I am now with an underscore!
    (Notice Yuja's not using sheet music in this one).



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    Mozart. And don't pronounce his name with a "z".



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    And, while on Mozart, here's an incomparable Edda Moser in her 1960's-70's prime.



    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Der_H%..._meinem_Herzen


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    Modern classical. And Russian.












    and some modern classical fun --



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    A temporary post. I'll replace it with a more permanent post. (Well hey, it's almost Friday.)
    At the moment ...https://vaughn.live/phoenixtrueoldies
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    So, back in 1976, a family acquaintance sneaked me into the most coveted show of the year, a debut of a rock opera by one of the biggest bands in the old USSR. Except, I didn't know it was going to be a rock opera and was assuming it was going to be a collection of the band's most known pop songs. And, even worse, the band had to hire new members just for the show, including a female lead. And I was none too pleased about that.

    Fast forward some forty years. The female lead is one of my Facebook friends. here she was back in 1978, performing a pop ballad with the aforementioned band. And playing the flute.

    The lead here is Leonid Bortkevich, also known as Mr. Olga Korbut, and an ex-US resident. He went back after the divorce.



    And earlier (1972) ballad with Bortkevich on the lead again. "Alesya".



    From 1977, again with Bortkevich. "Veronika"



    Their drummer Alexander Demeshko was given a Ringo Starr treatment and allowed a song per show. The song was categorized as too bawdy and, with a drum solo, wasn't allowed to be included on any record. Nonetheless, a video clip was made. "I got a headache" (1971)



    And here the corniest version ever w/ the New Christie Minstrels (in two languages)



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