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Presnya goda (Песня года)
Presnya goda (Песня года)
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23
ITEMS
1,783
VIEWS
- Programme 1 (Soviet Central TV)(Russia 1)
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Pesnya goda (Russian: Песня года), meaning "Song of the Year" was a Soviet televised music festival that subsequently became a Russian festival. First held in 1971, it became the main event of the year for Soviet singers and musical groups, akin to the American Grammy. During the year, popular songs were selected each month for inclusion in the festival. Each December, a concert was filmed featuring live performances of the finalists chosen from the selected songs, although...
Recordings of Independent Origin
Recordings of Independent Origin
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8,658
ITEMS
1.5M
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A large collection of performances spanning decades, recorded from various locations and approaches.
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Provided by many contributors, these a compilations of products, projects and politics played at various points during television shows, giving insight into culture and priorities from the times they were initially aired.
VHS Tape Logos and Openers
VHS Tape Logos and Openers
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3,069
ITEMS
377,543
VIEWS
- Various
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Logos and movie message openings from VHS and other home video tapes.
Sketch the Cow Favorites
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1
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3
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Sketch the Cow Favorites
Topic: favorites
411 Video Magazine
411 Video Magazine
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90
ITEMS
9,801
VIEWS
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411 Video Magazine (commonly abbreviated as 411VM or 411) was a skateboarding video series. 411 was created in 1993 by Josh Friedberg and Steve Douglas. 411 released four issues per year, until its last issue, issue 67 was released in 2005. Prior to 411, professional skateboarders only showcased their video footage in major video releases, which were sometimes spread years apart. 411 gave skateboarding fans access to videos of professional skateboarders more frequently than ever before. 411 was...