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Sofia Rotaru (album)

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Recorded  1972, Melodiya, Moscow
Release date  July 1972
Label  Melodiya
Artist  Sofia Rotaru
Producer  Sofia Rotaru
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Released  July 1972 (USSR) August 1974 (USSR) (Re-released)
Genres  Pop music, Dance music, Folk music, Pop-folk
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Sofia Rotaru is the debut album by Soviet singer-songwriter Sofia Rotaru, released in July 1972 by Melodiya. The first long play album was re-released in 1974 for the Soviet and Eastern European market and re-packaged as Sofia Rotaru - 1974. The album includes songs performed in Russian, Ukrainian, Bulgarian and Romanian languages.

Contents

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Side A

The songs recorded on the side A are all performed in foreign languages, with the musical background played by band Chervona Ruta, directed by Anatoliy Evdokimenko. Songs 1, 3, 4 are performed in Ukrainian language, 2 - in Bulgarian, and 5 - in Moldavian languages.

Side B

The songs recorded on side B are all in Russian language. Ensemble Melodiya, under direction of Gueorguiy Garanyan provided the musical background.

References

Sofia Rotaru (album) Wikipedia


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