New Album "Spasibo, Serdce!" ("Thank You, My Heart!")by Vitaliy Kochetkov Is Now Available On ITunes

World's most famous music store iTunes added a new album "Spasibo, serdce!" ("Thank you, my heart!")new album "Spasibo, serdce!" ("Thank you, my heart!") by Vitaly Kochetkoff to its library.

Vitaliy Kochetkov's albums "Spasibo, serdce!" ("Thank you, my heart!"), "So mnoyu lyubov" ("Love is with me") are also available in Russian music stores prologmusic.ru and ozon.ru.

Official release date of the album in digital format is November 7, 2013. Vitaly's previous album "So mnoyu lyubov" (2012) was also added to iTunes Store library.

Full-featured access to the iTunes Store is available via iTunes application, which can be downloaded for free from the official Apple website. Besides purchases of audio and video content in iTunes Store, this app allows to organize audio and video files on computer and syncs content with such mobile devices like iPhone, iPad and iPod.
Presentation and producing services of Vitaliy Kochetkov in iTunes Store, as well as in Russian music stores prologmusic.ru and ozon.ru is carried out by Night Taxi production company, headed by Alexander Frumin.

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Vitaliy Kochetkov (www.kochetkoff.com) is Russian lyrical singer, his music combines elements of retro, vintage, bossa nova, country, urban romance and other genres. Now he is working on the recording of his new music album, tentatively titled "Postoy, parovoz!" ("Locomotive, please wait!"), which will present both original songs and popular legendary retro hits "Murka", "Postoy, parovoz!" ("Locomotive, please wait!"), and others. Vitaliy Kochetkov's creative work is significantly influenced by Arkadiy Severny (http://www.mngz.ru/competent-opinions/218297-aleksandr-frumin-ochen-radostno-chto-russkaya-pesnya-zhivet-v-serdcah.html).

Mihail Djukov, journalist: "Vitaliy Kochetkov with his mild demeanor entered the dangerous minefield - classic Russian chanson with its "Murka", "Postoy, parovoz!", and other rogue songs. How will it all turn out for the artist and the listener - is not entirely clear. Quality is not an answer, the reaction of the audience is not entirely clear, but usually people will forgive the talent everything. Kochetkov is not going to do it in public house style, knowing his style and vocals, it would be made ala Cabaret, with professional musicians, with a spectacular show. He knows how to play every song, so even the most jaded audience pauses and turns to the stage."

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