E.T aka Made by Betty

E.T aka Made by Betty

Shoe inspiration

ShoesPosted by Elisabeth Wed, January 04, 2017 22:59:03

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YMCK family swing trailer

Listen to this!Posted by Elisabeth Mon, December 05, 2016 15:37:13

Would love to see this concert : )

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Nick Cave art

Look!Posted by Elisabeth Mon, December 05, 2016 12:16:31

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Harumi- Fire By the River

Listen to this!Posted by Elisabeth Mon, November 07, 2016 14:38:07

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Turkish Garagerock

Listen to this!Posted by Elisabeth Mon, November 07, 2016 14:36:11
This is one of my favorite songs! So enjoy!!!

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Soft hair

Listen to this!Posted by Elisabeth Mon, October 10, 2016 13:35:01

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Look!Posted by Elisabeth Mon, August 15, 2016 11:11:26

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Richard Viktorov's Per Aspera Ad Astra

Look!Posted by Elisabeth Tue, August 09, 2016 21:44:27
Under you can see the movie Через тернии к звёздам, is a 1981 Soviet film directed by Richard Victorov based on a novel by Kir Bulychov. On December 27, 2001, a new restored version directed by Nikolai Viktorov, the son of the original film's director, was released as the 20th anniversary edition.

The film featured revised special effects by the Paradox company and an all-new soundtrack in Dolby Digital; however, the film length was cut by twenty-five minutes to speed up the dynamics of the plot.

Beautiful actress Yelena Metyolkina.

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Alexey Rybnikov

Listen to this!Posted by Elisabeth Tue, August 09, 2016 13:18:06

Lovely music made by Alexay Rybnikov to a wonderful movie made by Richard Viktorov.

One of the greatest Soviet film composers, Alexey Rybnikov could perhaps be viewed as the Russian François de Roubaix - an artist best known for scoring mainstream theatrical and television films, as well as countless children’s movies and shows. Although classically trained, Rybnikov fell in love with rock n’ roll, and eventually electronic music, leading him to briefly suspend classical ambitions in order to work primarily in the world of cinema and television throughout the 1970s and 80s.

Shortly before the breakup of the Soviet Union in 1991, Rybnikov returned to composing classical music, a prolific output that includes six symphonies and two rock operas.

Nevertheless most Russians know Rybnikov for his film music, which has become iconic and representative of a nostalgia for a lost time. As Soviet mainstream cinema of the 1970s and early 80s was steeped in fabulism and fantasy, Rybnikov’s music embodies many of the predominant narratives so popular at the time: folk and fairy tales, adventure stories, classical adaptations, sci-fi genres, and animation. His style could be classified as baroque rock, with a propensity for highly intricate melodic beauty.


1. The Treasure of Captain Flint (0:00)
2. Encounter (3:23)
3. Love Theme (7:05)
4. In the Park (8:54)
5. New Home (11:26)
6. Troubadour’s Theme (12:12)
7. Tatiana’s Dreams (13:39)
8. Children's Theme (15:46)
9. Skating Rink (17:54)
10. Flowers (19:12)
11. Glow of the Stars (20:40)
12. Thunder (22:38)
13. Declaration (23:49)
14. Sunny Day (26:33)
15. Flight With the Cosmonaut (29:33)
16. Hunting Sharks (32:56)
17. Baron’s Theme (34:18)
18. The Diary of Carlos Espinola (36:56)
19. Chance (39:42)
20. Lyrical Theme (40:44)
21. Blue Planet (43:00)
22. Evening (46:33)
23. Kindergarten (49:16)
24. Kesha and the Children (51:34)
25. Morning in the Jungle (55:03)
26. Stars (56:04)
27. The Birth of Buratino (57:36)
28. The Theater of Karabas-Barabas (59:09)
29. Captain’s Theme (1:01:26)
30. White Sails (1:03:34)
31. Sunrise (1:05:37)
32. Creation (1:08:28)

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