Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Roy G. Biv - Kazjdji Ochtonik (tape, 1983)


The final release by Roy G. Biv, as promised by dr. Freakowitz. He asks me to ask you if someone can read the title, but according to Frans de Waard's 'Cassette Catalogus' (edition 1983), the title reads as 'Kazjdji Ochtonik' and is the Russian equivalent of RGB (Roy G Biv), a way to remind which colors there are. (well, or some such I hear myself mumbling). More heavy than the previous two.

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3 comments:

noisepress said...

thank you and happy new year!

title should be "Káždyj ohótnik želájet znat’, gde sidít fazán", not "Ochtonik" lit. means "every hunter wants to know where the pheasant sits".:)

Dmitry said...

And from my side want to add, that this sentence means not RGB but the 7 colours of rainbow: K(azdyj) = K(rasnyi) mean red, O(hothik) = O(ranjevyi) means orange, etc...

Mika Zubrilov said...

Every
Hunter
Wants to
Know
Where is
Pheasant
Sit