Vladimir Vysotsky. Chronicle of the 1960s. (1960-1969)

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Vladimir Vysotsky with a guitar.

Sings a song based on poems by Boris Pasternak

"The roar subsided.

I went on stage ... "


April 1967.

Photos from the funeral of Vysotsky.

People on the streets.

Photo Vysotsky.

The Soviet record player in a suitcase.

The Congress of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union.

Party leadership, headed by

Nikita Khrushchev went to the scene.

Hall applauds.

Photo Vysotsky.

Vysotsky reads poetry.

Leonid Brezhnev stands behind the podium.

Photo Vysotsky and Marina Vladi.

Vysotsky sings:

"Poets are walking on a knife blade heels

and cut the blood his bare soul. "

Statement of the ensemble.

Cutting pictures Vysotsky

in the costumes of different characters, movies and theater.


Visockij V.V. -- Actor, singer Brezhnev L.I. -- Soviet statesman and party figure

Calendar: 1960 - 1970

Locations: Moscow [820]

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