Diamond Hand (Brilyantovaia ruka), 1969 LP Rip

A flexible record of the late 1960s, the voices of the artists are recorded very expressively. Nikulin, it turns out, in each line of “A nam vse ravno” improvises and changes the pronunciation of phrases, then exaggerates, then jokes, then deliberately accentuates the fragment, this is most clearly heard when listening directly from the record and is not heard at all in the common digitization. Mironov sings much simpler, the loss of clarity on his vocals does not affect so much, but listening to him in Lo-Fi is still more interesting.

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