One of the fears of the members of the rock group “Record Orchestra” is the performance of old songs, the band’s vocalist Timofey Kopylov spoke about this in the “Salt” program. Already at midnight on November 10, REN TV viewers will be able to see a new episode of the show.
The group’s concert repertoire includes about 25 compositions. Among them is the title song of the album “Guest Worker Boogie,” which was released in 2011. It was she who brought the Record Orchestra its first success when it was heard on radio Mayak. Until 2019, the group released only singles, one of which was the track “Lada Sedan,” which became a hit and made the group from the city of Vladimir famous throughout the country.
However, as the participants shared, they feel fear before performing some old songs, because the piece of music has not been repeated for a long time. According to Kopylov, the group once performed a composition that was last performed 15 years ago.
“It was sung, everything worked out, I was even surprised,” the musician admitted.
“Record Orchestra” is a new guest of the “Salt” program. In anticipation of it, the musicians, in a conversation with Izvestia correspondent Alexander Morozov, talked about the main feature of the group – irony in the lyrics.
The biography of the musical group began with a Gypsy-Serbian song cycle, inspired by the films of the Serbian director and musician Emir Kusturica. According to Timofey Kopylov, the peculiarity of Kusturica is that he is a cool guy.