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by Silver, feat. Arkady Aladyin, drums
Arkady Aladyin (1957 to 2019) was a Russian drummer, with 'Poyushchiye Gitary'. Arkady Y Aladyin was born on July 27th 1957 in Leningrad (now St Petersburg), Russia. Having been taught the basics of musical percussion at a Leningrad 'jazz' school, he began his professional music activities in 1979 when he joined the group 'Forvard' as their drummer. However, he left them a year later to fulfill the same role for 'Marafon', led by Viktor Reznikov. Although he left that band in 1990, he still collaborated musically with Reznikov, although he also played with the group 'Avgust' until 1993. From that year until 1995, Aladyin was with the band 'Russkiye'. He went on to handle percussion for 'Bratya Zhemchuzhnye' and 'Zarok', and played drums on a 1990 album called "Love Without Reasons" by Elena Rostropovich (a pianist, and also the daughter of cellist/conductor Mstislav). From 2002, he worked exclusively with Alexander Rosenbaum on a large number of his albums, namely "Strannaya Zhizn'" (2003), "YA Vizhu Svet" (2005), "Poputchiki" (2007), "Mechta Blatnogo pPoeta" (2009) and "Rubashka Naraspashku" (2010). In 2012 however, Aladyin left Rosenbaum's backing band in order to join the group 'Poyushchiye Gitary' on drums, and stayed with them until his death. Arkady Aladyin died in St Petersburg on March 21st 2019, aged 61. [ Translated from: ]
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Posted: 23rd April 2019
Hundreds of very talented musicians pass away each year, some without much recognition at all. On "Rest In Peace", I aim to give them a fitting 'send-off', with a decent Tribute. I hope you will join me in marking their passing.....
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