Kalinov Most

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Kalinov Most (Калинов Мост)
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Background information
Origin USSR, Russia
Genres Rock, Folk rock, Blues-rock, Christian rock (later)
Years active 1984–present
Associated acts Dmitriy Revyakin (solo)
Members

Dmitry Revyakin (vocals, guitar)

Victor Chapligin (drums)
Aleksand Vladikin (piano, keyboards)
Konstantin Kovachev (guitar)
Dmitriy Grudaenko (bass guitar)

Kalinov Most (Калинов мост, "Kalinov bridge") is a Russian folk rock band, one of the most popular bands in Russia.

The band was formed in 1984 by vocalist and song-writer Dmitry Revyakin in Novosibirsk, Siberia, USSR. They are widely considered to be the first Russian folk rock band.

Their music and lyrics are deeply influenced by Russian folk music and Slavic mythology. The name "Kalinov Most" itself refers to a bridge between the world of the living and the world of the dead in Russian heroic tales and legends. Since frontman Dmitry Revyakin became a born again Christian in 2000, emphasis shifted from Paganism to Christian themes.

Kalinov Most prefers to play their own compositions rather than original folk songs.

Discography[edit]

  • 1986 — Калинов мост (Kalinov most / )
  • 1987 — Надо было (Live)(Nado bylo / It Was Necessary)
  • 1988 — Вольница (Live)(Vol'nitsa / Free Rein)
  • 1988 — Всякие разные песни (D.Revyakin solo)(Vsyakiye raznye pesni / Any Different Songs)
  • 1988 — Обломилась доска (D.Revyakin solo)(Oblomilas' doska / The Board Has Broken Off)
  • 1988 — Охта (Д. Ревякин соло) (Ohta / Okhta)
  • 1990 — Выворотень (Vivoroten')
  • 1991 — Дарза (Darza)
  • 1991 — Мелодии голых ветвей (Live) (Melodii golyh vetvey / Melodies of Naked Branches)
  • 1991 — Узарень (Uzaren')
  • 1992 — Ливень (Liven' / Downpour)
  • 1993 — Никак 406 (Live)(Nikak 406 / nowise)
  • 1993 — Пояс Ульчи (Poyas Ul'chi)
  • 1994 — Быль (Byl' / True Story)
  • 1994 — Покориться весне (Live)(Pokoritsya vesnye / To Obey Spring)
  • 1995 — Травень (Traven' / May)
  • 1996 — Всё поле в цветах (D.Revyakin solo)(Vsyo pole v tsvetah / All Field in Flowers)
  • 1997 — Живая коллекция (Live)(Zhivaya kollektsiya / Alive Collection)
  • 1998 — Обряд (D.Revyakin solo)(Obryad / Ceremony)
  • 1998 — Оружие (Oruzhiye / The Weapon)
  • 1999 — Улетай (Uletay / Fly Away)
  • 1999 — Катунь (Live)(Katun' / Katun)
  • 2000 — Иерусалим (макси-сингл)(Ierusalim / Jerusalem)
  • 2001 — Руда (Ruda / Ore)
  • 2006 — SWA
  • 2007 — Ледяной поход (Ledyanoy pohod / Ice Campaign)
  • 2009 — Сердце (Serdce / Heart)
  • 2010 — Эсхато (Eshato / Eschato)
  • 2012 — Золотое толокно (Zolotoye tolokno / Golden flour)

External links[edit]

http://stihi.ru/2010/04/17/1379 the song "Fly away"("Uletay") translated into Enligsh