Alexei Bocharov | Black Moon

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Black Moon

by Alexei Bocharov

Black Moon is a musical jorney wich begins from guitar noise. Then you mood is changed several times by such styles themes like Progressive, Art, a little bit Psychedelic with Electronic sounds, and guitar pensive voises. All that rocks your feelings.
Genre: Rock: Instrumental Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Hew the Ropes
3:35 $0.59
2. Black Moon
3:54 $0.59
3. Waters Have Poured
3:16 $0.59
4. Sketch In B
1:41 $0.59
5. Imperor`s Dream
3:16 $0.59
6. Flying Away
2:16 $0.59
7. Intro With the Bass
0:44 $0.59
8. Something Buzzing
4:10 $0.59
9. At the Sea
4:40 $0.59
10. Electronicly-Acoustic Piece
4:00 $0.59
11. Sunbeams Through the Waves
4:14 $0.59
12. Light Touch of Sorrow
3:39 $0.59
13. Connection of Time With the Big City Space
3:04 $0.59
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Album Notes
This is the self-released album of russian guitarist and composer where there are instumental compositions in general.
Alexei Bocharov was born in toun of Feodosia (the Crimea of USSR) in 5th of April 1974. He become enthusiastic abuot the guitar since approximately 14,5 years old. He`s got the official proffession of Seaman-Motorman in town of Kerch in1992. Alexei lived at Sakhalin island since February 1993, where he started to write songs. In 2000 He recorded his first album named Nothing Can Be Simply In This World (all lyrics in Russian), and in autumn of the same year he moved to St-Petersburg. In St-Petersburg he collaborated with Zapretniy Artefact band. He recorded another three self-released solo albums the last of them mainly instrumental called Black Moon (2007).
Alexei is occupied with studio soundrecording as a rule, he records all mostly live instrumens by himself, as well as makes designs to the covers of his albums.



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