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Steel Zeppelins for the First Cavalry Army by M-ARTel Project

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Album Title: War and Peace, Episode VII
Label: ARTBeat Music
Released: 2013

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Dahlings! You know there just isn't enough amplification on a Tuesday...Rev iT UPP & RoCK oUT! #saxy

About the Album

Unique Russian release - tomfoolery under serious music. This song is evidence that the modern instrumental music and humor can fit together! The album “War and Peace, episode VII” is a confirmation that contemporary instrumental music and humor are compatible things! But to do it the following work has been done: a) Afro-Kazak ethnos has been made up as well as its history and musical culture – Afro-Kazak jazz; b) aggressors from “Star Wars”, space stormtroopers of Darth Vader have been set up to Afro-Kazaks; c) they have been played and recorded in the very good quality;d) the release was issued in luxury version, where music, comics of the booklet, and its text are in the unified art space. Mikhail Levanov: saxophones; Pavel Martynenko: guitars; Vladimir Kapyri: nkeyboards; Victor Konkov: drums; Alexey Ryslavsky: bass; Dmitry Maximov: bass; Egor Dergachev: keyboards; Natasha Levanova: muse.

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M-ARTel Project
saxophone

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January 20, 2015

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