о русской музыки и кино 8

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last posted June 5, 2017, 11:31 a.m.
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is Marina Devyatova's interpretation of "Wind of Change".

For hundreds of years, all the winds have returned / In circles / Tomorrow the wind will change

With a little digging it's easy to discover it's from a 1983 made-for-TV Mary Poppins:

While the title of the song would be echoed by a famous-in-the-east Kino tune, "Change" (ca. 1987):

It was quoted nearly directly for a famous-in-the-west Scorpions tune, in 1991.


Double Max's interpretation of "Kalinka" is much closer to my zik than the last crossover attempt we saw.


Я думаю, это Дюма. Ура!

A young Mikhail Boyarski played in the 1970's live action interpetation:

and to this day it seems he's never completely given up the costume:


Oleg Gazmanov's video adventure ends much more smoothly than did Herr Rust's: historical adventure but I guess that's an advantage daydreams have over IRL.


The Moskva may not have a delta at the Oka, but the russian alphabet does have a «дэ» ... I wonder what was the inspiration for this rather slidey, bluesy tune?