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Grusha with her Ensemble - Grusha Sings Russian Gypsy Love Songs album mp3

Grusha with her Ensemble - Grusha Sings Russian Gypsy Love Songs album mp3

  • Performer: Grusha with her Ensemble
  • Genre: Folk and Country
  • Title: Grusha Sings Russian Gypsy Love Songs
  • Released: 1979
  • Style: Folk
  • MP3 version size: 1722 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1562 mb
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A1. Dark Eyes (Ochi Vocals – Grusha. A2. Black Shawl (Chernya Vocals – Grusha. A3. Chrysanthamus (Chrisantemi) Vocals – Grusha. A4. Gypsy Turquoise Vocals – Grusha.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Dark Eyes (Ochi Chernya)
Vocals – Grusha
3:25
A2 Black Shawl (Chernya Shal)
Vocals – Grusha
3:02
A3 Chrysanthamus (Chrisantemi)
Vocals – Grusha
2:58
A4 Gypsy Turquoise Rings (Biruzovie Kolechiki)
Vocals – Grusha
2:46
A5 Romanian-A-La-Dinicu
Arranged By – Shony Alex BraunComposed By – Dinicu*
2:20
A6 Dunes (Kurgan)
Vocals – Grusha
3:37
B1 Fisheries (Ribagtskaya)
Vocals – Grusha
3:57
B2 Chrystal Goblets (Stakanchiki Granenie)
Vocals – Grusha
3:15
B3 Blue Little Kerchief (Malenki Sini Platochek)
Vocals – Grusha
3:07
B4 Felt Boots (Valenki)
Vocals – Grusha
2:09
B5 Day And Night (Deny Y Noch)
Vocals – Grusha
3:17
B6 Those Days, My Friend (Dorogoi Dalneu)
Vocals – Grusha
3:42

Companies, etc.

  • Pressed By – Capitol Records

Credits

  • Arranged By, Accordion – Nick Ariondo
  • Bass – Louis Kabok
  • Guitar – Buddy Matlock
  • Producer – Walter Bergel
  • Violin – Shony Alex Braun

Notes

This Album Dedicated to Sonia Colefax

Released in 1970's, sung in russian
Tracks duration from disc timing