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The Gypsy Camp Vanishes Into the Blue / Tabor Uhodit V Nebo CD, Import

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  • Audio CD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD, Import
  • ASIN: B000NY2VK0
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #638,668 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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1. Prolog 2. Brichka 3. Pod zvezdnym nebom 4. Doroga 5. Sarje patrja 6. JAbloko 7. On edet 8. Nanje coha 9. CHereshnja 10. Kaj ene 11. Vstrecha 12. JA umiraju, mama 13. Scena u cerkvi 14. Maljarkica 15. Aj, mato 16. Final

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Sasha VINE VOICE on November 11, 2008
A soundtrack to 1976 movie that was phenomen at its time - not only had audience of millions (officialy 64,9 million tickets sold in Soviet Union only),won handful of international awards and forever changed lives of its main actors (Svetlana Toma actually married film director) but it started craze for gypsy fashion and music. The movie itself was highly romanticised Maxim Gorky story about horse thief Zobar and gypsy beauty Rada,directed by Emil Loteanu - the music in movie was so effective that it made impossible not to search for soundtrack at time of it realease.Even in my very own country we had several covers of famous "Red apple" song and almost any performer of gypsy song even today,always uses this song in concerts.
Not so long ago,croatian singer Alka Vuica had a video spot inspired with 1976 scene of Rada singing in the street.
Composer Jevgeniy Doga did excellent job of combining some tender quasi-classic instrumentals with passionate and unforgettable gypsy music. Since this is movie score,it has several themes written for particular,romantic moments (like when wounded Zobar sees Rada for the very first time) but of course the most efective are purely gypsy melodies - voices soar to heaven and make your blood boiling. In somber moments there are hints of Ennio Morricone in music score as it should be since story itself is melodramatic.
I heard some say that Goran Bregovic makes "more authentic" gypsy soundtracks but don't forget that there would be no Bregovic as soundtrack composer if he wasn't inspired by Jevgeniy Doga decades ago - this soundtrack was HUGE and I am 100% sure Bregovic enjoyed the movie like the rest of us.
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