FRIEND OF WIND DEMIS RUSSOS
Demis Roussos, performer of melodic love songs, is known to the whole world as the “Greek nightingale”. The popularity of a loving singer is equated to the popularity of the…

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LARISA MONDRUS, OR JUST LARISSA
Larisa Mondrus is called the number one star of Soviet pop music of the late 1960s and early 70s. And the first thing that pops up in my memory is…

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"WHITE VOICE" by ROBERTINO LORETTI
There was a time when in the Soviet Union “O sole mio”, “Jamaica” and other famous songs performed by Italian boy Robertino Loretti were heard from almost all open windows.…

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EDITA DRINK: “NEVER LOVE IS LATE”

Edita Piekha’s songs sound in many languages: Russian, French, Polish … Different in mood and melodies, but similar in one: they are about love. These songs are not included in the “hot twenties”, are not referred to as hits and rarely sound in the current “advanced” radio. But they are remembered and loved by almost the whole world.

Bright, elegant, with high taste, plastic, intelligent, easy to communicate and talented. It is called a legend and so much has been written about it that you can hardly add anything else. Songs of Edita Piekha became an integral part of our life. Continue reading

New Orleans Jazz, Chicago Jazz, Dixieland
The earliest, New Orleans jazz is an inheritance of the tradition of marching brass bands with ensembles consisting of an impressive rhythm section (2-3 drummers, percussion, double bass), various winds…

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JULIO IGLESIAS ALWAYS IN FASHION
Julio Iglesias could not be a famous singer, but a famous athlete. There would be no happiness, but misfortune helped. Probably, this statement fits this person more than anyone. Just…

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LEONID UTESOV - TIME SYMBOL
Leonid Utesov's voice is remembered by people of three generations. He gave a start in life to such songs as “Polyushko-pole”, “Kakhovka”, “Two friends”. And the participation of the jazz…

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EDIT PIAF: “HAPPINESS NEEDS TO FLY TLEAS!”
Edith Piaf’s life story is both happy and tragic at the same time. On Shapnel Boulevard, a man came up to the grubby nineteen-year-old girl, and the couple headed to…

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