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This week we remember the great Russian poet, singer and bard Vladimir Vysotskij (January 25, 1938–July 25, 1980).

“Russian actor, lyricist, and folk-singer whose social and political satire spoke of the ironies and hardships of a strictly regulated Soviet society. While risking official displeasure, he became an immensely popular figure who was revered by the Russian people even after his death”  Read more about Vladimir Vysotskij here Read the rest of this entry »

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