OK, fair enough -- I'll take a look around.To my notebook's DVD player? I told you elsewhere that I'm a ten-thumber in things Internet! And I shut down my notebook (laptop) every night before I go to bed, never mind that I've removed the "Crossroads" DVD from the player. I did mention both of the Jeff Beck titles in my above post. So going to YouTube sees to be your only viable possibility.
Oh dear, memory of things over 50 years ago has gotten fuzzy.… As for your musing on ages, it makes me wonder -- what was I doing at age 12? ...
No question, as pretty much all operatic singers, an amazing voice.And for this evening's self-pity party:
I vaguely recall a remark in my Wikipedia browsings (G/E) that practically all Cossack choirs are exile affairs.I have a few of the lps issued and reissued and over for decades by the Red Army Choir, but none by the Don Cossacks (that I know of).
Oh help!Anyway, Russians are just as prone to nostalgia fests as anyone; here's a sample from the big-chorus genre. Get out the hankies (and the insulin):
I'd be interested in the original music that they all danced to in the episode!