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Rada & Ternovnik (Blackthorn)

Rada & Ternovnik (Blackthorn)
Country
Russia
Profile
Rada & Blackthorn (Рада & Терновник in Russian) is a Moscow based band that has been around since the early 90s and produced music in a variety of styles from folk-rock to metal to ethnic-influenced space rock. Members are Rada Anchevskaya (vocals, drums, gongs, ethnic percussion, horns), Thais Kislyakova (electric cello, tambourine, vocals), Vladimir Anchevskaya (guitar, gong, tambourine), Vladimir Kisliakof (bass), Dmitry Shishkin (violin), and Dmitry Sinelnikov (drums).
Website
http://rada.rinet.ru/ru/
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Releases on file (6)
Rada & Ternovnik — Syostry Rada & Ternovnik — Syostry
(Vyrgorod no#, 2016, CD)
Various Artists — Tripwave 2: Collection of Modern Russian Psychedelic Music Various Artists — Tripwave 2: Collection of Modern Russian Psychedelic Music
(Trail Records 018, 2016, CD)
Rada & Ternovnik / Nogon Shumarov — Ukok Rada & Ternovnik / Nogon Shumarov — Ukok
(Vyrgorod 104, 2013, CD)
Rada & Ternovnik — Zagovory Rada & Ternovnik — Zagovory
(Vyrgorod 041, 2005, CD)
Rada & Ternovnik — Russkiy Epos Rada & Ternovnik — Russkiy Epos
(UR-Realist URCD 004, 1999, CD)
Rada & Ternovnik — Grafika Rada & Ternovnik — Grafika
(SoLyd SLR 0023, 1994, CD)

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