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Here are my own compositions, as well as my versions of other peoples’ music.

Russian Lesson 102-16 – Basic Russian Grammar #16


Original YT playout date: 6 May 2008
Duration: 21:01

Verbs in -ovat’.
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Huliganov sings “Somewhere only we know”


Original YT playout date: 3 May 2018
Duration: 12:19

“The nutty Russian professor deconstructs the poesy of the famous Keane song and then murders it for good measure. Enjoy!

Just for a little humorous irony I placed the map marker for this one on the top of the statue of Eros in Piccadilly in London!”
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Down By The Sally Gardens with Paddy O ‘Donahue


Original YT playout date: 21 April 2008
Duration: 7:16

He’s back, so he is, after more than a year of non-featuring on this channel. Recently Paddy’s old vids received some enthusiastic feedback so I decided to revive the character. Hope you enjoy.
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Secret Love


Original playout date: 7 April 2008
Duration: 3:26

I once had one, but not any more. A nice romantic film here with pretty pictures of my wife blending in and out.
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A drive and a chat around Inowroclaw


Original playout date: 4 April 2008
Duration: 29:59

Wanna go for a drive with me for half an hour in rural central Poland listening to some lovely traditional Polish music and talking about a few topcs, some small and some a bit bigger?
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Jet Aim – blow job reworking


Original playout date: 1 April 2008
Duration: 3:36

Right, anyone who has ever left somewhere on a jet plane, and not known when he or she would be back again, has had an aim in mind, a destination where they intend the plane to land in, as opposed to simply staying up there for the rest of their lives. After all, the Denver song is “Leaving” not “Living” on a jet plane…

This is certainly what one hit wonders Jane Birkin and Serge “boy in blue” Gainsborough, both alledgedly KGB spies working in French cafe society under the guise of being non-Russians (English in the case of Jane and not Russian any more in the case of Ginzburg).

Their mission was to corrupt western society by composing a pop song so filthy that it was sure to cause the downfall of capitalism, instead of which, their “jet aim” song, full of explicit lyrics about sex devoid of emotion, along with heavy breathing reached number 2 in the UK charts, thereby contributing to the success of the system it had been intended to overthrow. The Vatican then denounced it in a public statement, and most Catholic countries banned it and even the Fontana record label that released it, remembering they too had a name which meant something in Italian, withdrew it from sale.

Since I was in a Jet recently in Zurich airport and was indeed aiming to get back to Poland, I used my footage which had a lack-lustre original commentary which I had done better since then on another plane ride, decided to do my own version of the Jet Aim song. In order to respect Catholic sensibilities (ok Zurich is more involved with Zwingli, possibly, but he had little to do with the zwingling zixties, mark my words)I decided to do a whistle-blowing job on it, instead of quoting the filthy words, which I will leave the viewers to fill in in their own minds, if they wish to.

Also, I was going to replace the heavy breathing parts byu Birkin with my own snoring, but decided not to in the end, because, these days, dis russky boy ain’t got no time to sleep.”
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Huli and Moggy deconstructing Rod Stewart


Original playout date: 30 March 2008
Duration: 29:10

Moggy (channel name was “lordmoggy” but he got banned) finally made it to Poland. Those of you who have been following the saga of his preparations on his channel might be wondering if he ever made it or not, but he did.

So here is an off-the-cuff Huliganov and Moggy collaboration made spontaneously on the back of today’s news that Rod Stewart is turning his back on the UK for LA.

Joe Becker also gets an honorable mention (that’s “Polish Joe” or “”Johio”” for the listeners of playradiouk.com)
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Durham Town


Saturday, September 15, 2018

Original playout date: 19 March 2008
Duration: 3:16

I had done this one before as Peter Pączek, but this one only with the slightest Durham accent.
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Sweet Dream


 

Original playout date: 11 March 2008
Duration: 3:55

This is an original song composed by me way back whien I lived in Moscow and had a piano I could play every day. After breakfast in Wroclaw I was joined by my client while playing it and he kindly offered to film it for the channel. So here it once – the footage Marek took, and then another black and white version with the words added.
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Uncle Davey’s Herts Content, #6 “Berkhamsted”


Original playout date: 1 March 2008
Duration: 8:26

One of my nicest galleries from a time I was doing my best to do as much walking as possible and used the camera to encourage that, even though it tended to slow progress right down. Read the rest of this entry

St David’ Day Greetings from Russia!


Original playout date: 27 February 2008
Duration: 10:12

It’s that time again, St David’s Day is on March the first, and so Huliganov celebrates the Welsh people’s national day with a song in Welsh, just like last year, when he sand “Myfanwy” to a capacity crowd of his webcam.

Suo Gan is a fine Welsh lullaby, and one of the most broadly heard snatches of the Welsh language in the world, thanks to its appearance in Spielberg’s “Empire of the Sun”.
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Uncle Davey’s Herts Content, #3 “Grand Union Canal”


Original playout date: 23 February 2008
Duration: 9:17

Here is a mainly gallery piece following my recent walk from home to Kings Langley along the towpath of the historic Grand Union Canal, which has linked London and Birmingham since the days of the Industrial Revolution.

New developments seen on most of this, such as the Apsley marina, are all new and in my youth much of this part of the canal was derelict. Not everything in the UK has gone downhill – most of what I’ve photographed in this film is actually evidence of renewal and improvement, and we see how the prestigious canalside homes in some less known Hertfordshire places like Belswains Lane have lifestyles akin to such places as Grantchester or Henley, with prices to match, no doubt.
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