Well, I'm really a bit sentimental.
To understand it, one has to imagine the life of a young man
in the Soviet Union of 1960th - 1970th, when the music of "bourgeoise" character and origen was practically unavailable. We had no posibilidad of travelling free abroad, seeing the great part of international film classics and reading the ideologically harmful books.
   "Archipelago GULAG" or a novel of Yan Fleming:
invitation to KGB and few years of prison
The run of slightly erotic (no porno!) videofilm:
invitation to KGB and few years of prison
The performance of the ideologically harmful song:
invitation to KGB and removal from the country

The pages of that library are my reflections of the memory of these years.
Nevertheless we have heard these songs.
We have read these books: hand-printed or in bad photocopias.
KGB had the power on our bodies, but not on our souls.

And now the men from KGB have the state power in my country again.
But now I am far away from it for not to see them nevermore in my life.
I was free from their damned ideology in my youth.
I am free from their damned presence now.
Serge A Kroupoder                                                          Tuxtla Gutierrez Mexico March 2004  
Andy Williams
Love story
Somewhere my love
Man and a woman Spanish eyes
My quest Speak softly love
Music to watch girls by
Strangers in the night
Rose garden
Engelbert Humperdinck
Last waltz
Man and a woman
Spanish eyes
Frank Sinatra
Strangers in the night
Frank & Nancy
Don McLean
American Pie
Vincent (Starry, starry night...)
Tennessee Ernie Ford
16 tons
Tom Jones
Green, green grass of home...
Shocking Blue
Alaska country
Daemon lover
Bill Haley
Neil Sedaka
Chuck Berry
Rock'n'roll music
Francis Lai
Live for life
Man and a woman
Perry Como
El condor pasa
Raindrops keep falling on my head
Tie a yellow ribbon
Joe Dassin
Indian summer
Gotta be free
San Bernadino
Yellow river
Leonard Cohen
Famous blue raincoat