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Soviet Jazzy Bossa Grooves - Special Sochi Edition - by Ivan Tchijevsky



Soviet Jazzy Bossa Grooves
Soviet Jazzy Bossa Grooves - Special Sochi Edition - by Ivan Tchijevsky
(exclusive mix for ParisDJs.com) 2007-12-24

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Tracklisting :
01. Lourdes Gil - Sochi
02. Shiauchulis Quartet - Maiden Voyage
03. Tiit Pauls - Useless Talk
04. Alexey Kuznetcov - Blue Coral
05. Igor Bril - Street Without End
06. David Goloshekin - Bitter Sugar
07. Molteninova Group - Exercise

Note : In Soviet Union there is only one label - Melody Records...

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sochi2014.com
headz.fm

Info :
The idea to make this podcast struck me when I heard that Winter Olympic Games in 2014 would take place in Sochi. There is a record in my collection which is called "Sochi". It is dedicated to this wonderful resort in the South of Russia. Well, Sochi status has changed to a would-be olympic capital now. The opening track in the mix is a song in Spanish recorded by a cuban singer Lourdes Gil together with the cinematographic orchestra of the USSR directed by Silantyev. The rest of the mix is compiled of records released by "Melodia" over the years, including discs that were made just before the Olympic Games '80 in Moscow.
Ivan Tchijevsky - Moscow, 2007
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