Samstag, 21. November 2020

Vladimir Vysotsky - Criminal Law

Until his death, Vladimir Vysotsky was a prophet without honor in his own country; although he wrote more than a thousand highly popular songs, he died without an official record release to his name. The reason for this studied neglect lay in the political tenor of his material. Vysotsky, who began performing in the 1960s, was quite critical of the Communist regime, and his lyrics took position on the Soviet status quo. His songs derived from the blatny pesny (literally, delinquent song) tradition, with its celebration of sex, drink, and street fights. Informally distributed cassettes ensured Vysotsky a wide and enthusiastic following. After his death, in 1980, Gorbachev granted his music an imprimatur and a 20-album retrospective was released. ~ Leon Jackson, All Music Guide


1. Vladimir Vissotski - Dialog U Telewisora (3:27)
2. Vladimir Vissotski - Protopi Ty Mne Ban'ku Po Belomu (7:38)
3. Vladimir Vissotski - Ballada O Prawde I Lshi (4:21)
4. Vladimir Vissotski - Kanatohodez (3:37)
5. Vladimir Vissotski - Ballada O Detstwe (5:26)
6. Vladimir Vissotski - Dwe Sud'by (5:11)
7. Vladimir Vissotski - Tot, Kto Ran'sche S Neju Byl (2:45)
8. Vladimir Vissotski - Beg Inohodza (2:17)
9. Vladimir Vissotski - Na Bol'schom Karetnom (2:10)
10. Vladimir Vissotski - Rien Ne Va, Plus Rien Ne Va (3:48)
11. Vladimir Vissotski - La Fin Du Bal (4:07)

Vladimir Vysotsky - Criminal Law
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2 Kommentare:

Erwin hat gesagt…

What a valuable document. I really appreciate this. Thank you.

zero hat gesagt…

Thanks Erwin, you are welcome!

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