Title: Высоцкий Начинался Так... = Thus Began Vysotsky...
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Vladimir Vysotsky! It Is Not Over Yet! (LP, Album). Sign Production, Inc. S-002. Vladimir Vysotsky Thus Began Vysotsky. S-003.
Vladimir Semyonovich Vysotsky (Russian: Влади́мир Семёнович Высо́цкий, IPA: ; 25 January 1938 – 25 July 1980) was a Soviet singer-songwriter, poet, and actor whose career had an immense and enduring effect on Soviet and Russian culture. He was also a prominent stage and screen actor.
Vladimir Vysotsky (RIA Novosti, Kmit). Vladimir Vysotsky was an actor whose performance of Hamlet was assessed as the world’s best embodiment of Shakespeare’s tortured hero. He was a songwriter who performed his own lyrics while playing a seven-string guitar. Millions of people across the Soviet Union - from factory workers to Communist Party secretaries, including then-Soviet leader Leonid Brezhnev, listened to his songs. However, only one official record was released in his lifetime: a collection of his verses called The Nerve was published only one year after his death. When Vladimir returned, he began to live with his mother again in an apartment block in Bolshoi Karetny Lane in the center of Moscow. He had an early interest in acting. Nevertheless, he chose to enter technical college, enrolling in the Moscow Institute of Civil Engineering in 1955.
Vladimir Vysotsky wrote a song in a few hours, and the Song of a Friend appeared in the movie. After the movie was released, Vysotsky became widely known not only as an actor but as a singer and songwriter. The movie The Vertical – Song of a Friend. After filming Vysotsky sat by a lamp and began writing. Actor Valery Zolotukhin, who also starred in the movie, said jokingly: Don’t sit under the light, you’ll get shot. By the next morning, the song The Wolf Hunt was ready.
Vladimir Vysotsky, 1979 (Taganka Theatre). Vladimir Semyonovich Vysotsky. Vladimir Vysotsky was born in Moscow at the 3rd Meshchanskaya St. (61/2) maternity hospital. His father, Semyon Volfovich (Vladimirovich) (1915–1997), was a colonel in the Soviet army, originally from Kiev. Vysotsky's family lived in a Moscow communal flat in harsh conditions, and had serious financial difficulties. While still married to Ludmila Abramova, Vysotsky began a romantic relationship with Tatyana Ivanenko, a Taganka actress, then, in 1967 fell in love with Marina Vlady, a French actress of Russian descent, who was working at Mosfilm on a joint Soviet-French production at that time.
Vladimir Vysotsky And what was there? There was a poet, there was a voice, there was a guitar, there was a sad time. He, who's been with her before.
|A1||Девушка Из Нагасаки|
|A2||Раз В Московском Кабаке Сидели|
|A3||Если Я Заболею|
|A4||Потеряю Истинную Веру|
|A8||Может, Для Веселья, Для Острастки|
|A9||Граждане, Моё Почтение|
|A10||Крошечный Шарик Земля|
|A11||Алёшка «Жарил» На Баяне|
|A12||Ночь Молчаливо Потупилась|
|A14||Она Сказала – Не Люблю|
|A15||Таганка (Цыганка С Картами)|
|B2||Утону Я В Западной Двине|
|B3||Когда С Тобою Встретились|
|B6||Я Был Батальонный Разведчик|
|B7||Злая Мачеха У Маши|
|B8||Получил Зав. Магазина|
|B9||Человек Идёт По Миру|
|B10||Мы Шиллера И Гёте Не Читали|
|B12||Стою Я Раз На Стрёме|
|B13||Глаза То Лукаво Блестят|
|B14||Сам Я Вятский Уроженец|
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- Distributed By – Russica Book & Art Shop, Inc.
NotesУличные песни. Архивные записи.
The catalog number is S-003 on the vinyl labels, SIGN 003 on the front cover and S003 on the back cover.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A Runout): SIGN-003-A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B Runout): SIGN-003-B