Retro Nostalgia Radio Show

3.5.09

Music for Sunday Date, Vol. 24


Hello everybody, hi all! This is Karel and Radio Manzerock is on the air.

I've received many letters regarding music of Eastern Europe. Here I tried to make a whole Eastern programm.

All of the countries below were parts of the former USSR. I think it's interesting to make a journey through some rare sounds of these partly unknkown music scenes.

Not many informarion of this tracks, I even didn't put years of recordings as I'm not sure what years they were recorded. But I'm sure they're from the 1950s-1970s.

If you have interest in certain performes I'll try to answer in the comments.

Have a nice weekend!

Aino Bāliņa Slezinki (Estonia/Latvia)
Zhan Tatlyan Gitarovo (Armenia)
L'ensemble Samotsvety Molodo-Zeleno (Russia)
L'ensemble vocal Narochanka Ekspromt (Belorussia)
L'ensemble Norok Deti Solntsa (Moldova)
L'ensemble Alma-Altinskii Electron Poyushaya Gitara (Kazakhstan)
Polad Bul Bul Ogly Sheik (Azerbajdzhan)
Batyr Zakirov Ty Daleko (Uzbekistan)
L'ensemble Orera Ty Mne Verish Ili Net (Georgia)
Nemuno Žiburiai Elegija (Lithuania)
L'ensemble Kobza Progulka (Ukrania)
ER Meeskvartett Romantika (Estonia)

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4 Comments:

Blogger Te lo dice Kaspar: said...

Thanks for this rare tracks!!!

Saturday, May 09, 2009

 
Anonymous Stuart said...

I was wondering where that L'Ensemble Alma-Altinskii Electron track was from. Is it from a compilation or a single?

Thursday, December 31, 2009

 
Blogger Karel said...

Hi Stuart,
I guess this track is from selfmade compilation that was presented to me. I guess that it was originally from a tape, as I haven't heard bout the single. Hope that helps.
Happy New Year to you.
Cheers,
K.

Friday, January 01, 2010

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dear Karel, as I am a big fan of ManzeRock, I kindly ask you for the link for no. 9, 10, 12, 13, 14, 15 and 16 of "music for sunday date". Please send your information to: buecher@hispeed.ch. Thank you in advance and for the great pleasure I had with the tunes from your website. Greetings from Gregor (Switzerland)

Monday, June 13, 2011

 

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