:))) @ucme how does a Q about that particular video of all the videos in the world, lead anyone to referring people who like it , as “cuckoo”?? I suppose it should be “kill police”, “hoe“s “burn the world”, and all those MTV type of images we should be inspired by.
And of course, someone willingly goes in somewhere, and then says “get me out of here” . Too funny.
And who is mac? where did he say he has your sentiment?
@wundayatta I know you’re making a joke, but actually, that really did go through my mind when I saw the vid. He’s all smiling and all, but it seems vague and…like you said, kinda not fully living. In fact, I believe this is a factor that weirded me out at first. I imagine that Michael Myers probably has a face like that behind his mask.
I want to hear more from him. I found this on Wiki:
He was the first artist to sing such songs as Woodcutters (Лесорубы in Russian) and Moon Stone (Лунный камень) by Arkady Ostrovsky, and Song about Friend (Песня о друге), Blue Cities (Голубые города), And People Go To the Sea (А люди уходят в море) by Andrey Petrov. Other popular songs performed by Khil included From What the Homeland Begins? (С чего начинается Родина?), How the Steamers Are Seen Off (Как провожают пароходы), Winter (Зима), Birch Sap (Берёзовый сок), Alder Catkin (Серёжка ольховая), We Need Only the Victory (Нам нужна одна победа), and many others.
Khil’s manner of execution of songs is unique and easily recognizable in Russia, characterized by charm, always having a great sounding bright, sonorous voice and the flight of lyrical baritone, with the powerful charge of optimism and humour. On the stage Khil kept very confident, smart, accompanying singing light dance moves and spectacular gestures. By never changing his academic style of singing, Khil enjoyed enviable career longevity.