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    Russian music

    The question for those who have already heard a lot of Russian music.

    Which Russian bands/solo singers/songs do you like the most, if any?
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    The question is for foreigners, of course.

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    I like Мика Ньютон especially the song Лунопарк.

    http://mikanewton.ru/

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    There was a topic on this not too long ago, you might find it interesting, oh most respected new forum member!

    http://masterrussian.net/mforum/viewtopic.php?t=9543
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    I'm just curious if there is a European or US equivalent of Boris Moiseev. It's not like I'm a big fan of him, I'm just curious.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bisquit
    I'm just curious if there is a European or US equivalent of Boris Moiseev. It's not like I'm a big fan of him, I'm just curious.
    Элтон Джон?

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    Oh, no! Elton John is too decent in comparison with Boris Moiseev. Besides Elton John is a knight after all.
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    Zveri seem to be quite popular amongst foreigners, as I've noticed. Lyube and Zemfira, too.
    Katya from http://www.russmus.net

    For everything about Russian Music including English translations to many Russian songs (classic and modern) visit us at http://www.russmus.net

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    Владимир Высоц.кий ?

    Он напоминает мне "Jacques Brel". :P
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    Мне нравится Русский Размер.

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    Russian electro goth
    http://ottodix.ru/media/razum.mp3

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    Well, I like ТАТУ. .............Oh wait, are you taliking about their music?
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    Believe it or not, back in the 80's, a few of us were able to watch Russian TV live here in Nebraska (ie: the middle of the USA). Back then, the Soviet government used a chain of asynchronous telecom satellites called the "Molnya" series that just happed to hit apogee over Nebraska. (Sorry for the techno-babble. If you don't understand it, don't worry. Very few English speakers would understand it either. It is enough to understand that we just happened to be in a lucky spot to be able to tap into the satellite signal.)

    I recall a morning exercise show set to music (with a gorgeous girl named "Larissa"), several old movies and endless basketball games. The basketball surprised me; I didn't think it was very popular abroad.

    Anyway ... the POINT of this whole message: they were experimenting with music-videos at that time. And I kept seeing one in particular, over and over, that had me on the floor laughing. It was a normal musical group performing contemporary-style music, except that the lead singer was an really old Russian Eskimo. He was even dressed in a full fur coat and boots. To tell the truth, the music was not that bad. It was the contrast between the modern group and the Eskimo that seemed so strange.

    This ring any bells with anyone? (I never caught the name of the group and I suspect they have LONG since retired).
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    Quote Originally Posted by RavinDave
    Believe it or not, back in the 80's, a few of us were able to watch Russian TV live here in Nebraska (ie: the middle of the USA). Back then, the Soviet government used a chain of asynchronous telecom satellites called the "Molnya" series that just happed to hit apogee over Nebraska. (Sorry for the techno-babble. If you don't understand it, don't worry. Very few English speakers would understand it either. It is enough to understand that we just happened to be in a lucky spot to be able to tap into the satellite signal.)

    I recall a morning exercise show set to music (with a gorgeous girl named "Larissa"), several old movies and endless basketball games. The basketball surprised me; I didn't think it was very popular abroad.

    Anyway ... the POINT of this whole message: they were experimenting with music-videos at that time. And I kept seeing one in particular, over and over, that had me on the floor laughing. It was a normal musical group performing contemporary-style music, except that the lead singer was an really old Russian Eskimo. He was even dressed in a full fur coat and boots. To tell the truth, the music was not that bad. It was the contrast between the modern group and the Eskimo that seemed so strange.

    This ring any bells with anyone? (I never caught the name of the group and I suspect they have LONG since retired).
    Well, this reminds me only one thing. That was a song "песенка о терпении" by Igor Granov's group with that "eskimo" man but there he sang only refrains (do you remember did he sing the whole song or just refrains?) And I can't recall his name but will try to find uot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alware
    ... do you remember did he sing the whole song or just refrains?
    Doesn't sound like the same thing. This guy was the focus; the center of attention throughout the entire song.

    And again ... don't get me wrong. The song itself was not that bad. It was just so "incongruous". It would be like Luciano Pavarotti attempting a rap song.

    No big matter, though. Don't go to any trouble trying to identify the singer. I'm sure it was an obscure reference to begin with.
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    I remember that guy... We were laughing all the time... "А чукча в чуме ждёт рассвета, а рассвет наступит летом..."
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    Quote Originally Posted by SSSS
    I remember that guy... We were laughing all the time... "А чукча в чуме ждёт рассвета, а рассвет наступит летом..."
    Exactly!! but still there he sings a part of the song however he's on the focus in that video

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