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Trains rolled by the street

from by Fedor Chistyakov

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TRAINS LAST

Once upon a time in early May
I stepped outside and I was on my way
The Trains rolled down the street I don't know why
The Trains rolled down the street somewhere to die
The Trains rolled down the street I don’t know why
The Trains rolled down the street somewhere to die

All around me - there were tons of cars
Dirty, noisy, smelly, rushing cars
And the trees were weeping, they were crying
Dirt was spitting out from screaming tires
And the trees were weeping they were crying
Dirt was spitting out from screaming tires

Watching trains was like a revelation.
Now I pass it to the next generation
The trains rolled down the street - still don’t know why
The Trains rolled down the street somewhere to die
The Trains rolled down the street and I don’t know why
The Trains rolled down the street somewhere to die

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from Russkiy Rock​-​n​-​roll, released November 20, 2019
Fedor Chistyakov - Vocal, bayan (russian button type accordion)
Slava Tolstoy - Guitar
Zhenya Rock - Balalayka
Maryia Vasilevskaya - Violin
Andrey Alikhanov - Clarinet
Boris Nazarov - recording engeneering at NYU studio (NYC)
Recorded April - June 2019

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Fedor Chistyakov New York

Since the mid-80's Fedor Chistyakov has been known as the songwriter, front singer, and accordionist for the Russian cult rock band "NOL" (Zero). The unique manner of Fedor singing and playing on a button accordion, an instrument atypical for rock music , made the band outstanding. ... more

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