Album ref: VKKD094
CD 12 titles - 35:44 mn
ĴomArtaĵoj - La ruĝa albumo - ĴomArt kaj Nataŝa – Stockholm (Sweden)
Produced by ĴomArt's Studio © 2009 - An independant production
CD ALBUM - 12,50 € excl. VAT
PLENA ALBUMO MP3 - 10 €
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Ĵomart and Nataŝa are a duo that began singing in Esperanto in 1987 in Kazakhstan (ex- USSR).
Before that date, from 1983, Ĵomart sang alone at first, then with his Esperanto rock group Kredo
. The duo originally comes from Kazakhstan, where they performed many concerts in various Esperanto meetings.
That is where they produced their first vinyl record, Somera mondo (Sommer World) in 1989 on the Soviet label Melodia.
In 1991, Ĵxomart and Nataŝa emigrated to Sweden, where they produced three cassette albums and two CD's: Valso por amikoj (A Walse for Friends) (VKKD28) in 2000, and Amu min (Love Me) (VKKD65) in 2003.
The present CD, ĴomArtaĵoj – La ruĝa albumo (The Red Album) is the first of a projected series of three.
They collect the favorite songs the duo recorded on cassette and CD, now out of stock.
These versions have been rearranged and sung in a more present-day style. Most of the songs in this collection are old ones, known and appreciated by the public. Some of them have been changed along the way, because they have been singing them for twenty years! Naturally the arrangements are more modern, up-to-date, and richer than the previous versions.
The recordings are purely accustical, with the intention of creating the same warm and intimate atmosphere that we find in their concerts.
It is up to you to discover, listen to, and appreciate the first CD in this collection!
ĴomArt kaj Nataŝa is :
ĴomArt : Arrangements, instruments, singing.
Nataŝa : Singing
Carina : Choir
Studio (Recordings, mixing and mastering) : ĴomArt's Studio (Stockholm)
Sound engineer : ĴomArt
Graphics of the booklet : Nataŝa
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