Category Archives: Me singing with introductions

In this section, before I sing the song, I speak some nonsense as a background to it.

Huliganov’s Bugeilio’r Gwenith Gwyn for St David’s Day


Original YT playout date: 12 February 2009
Duration: 7:06

What is this? I am negative!
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Huliganov’s “Evergreen’


Original YT playout date: 7 February 2009
Duration: 5:36

Huliganov takes the old Barbra Streisand piece about the evergreen tree and knocks a few needles off it just for fun.
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Maid in Denver (or “You fill up my Minibar”)


Original YT playout date: 25 December 2008
Duration: 3:28

I snatched a few moments back in the Grosvenor House hotel to do some of the singing I usually don’t get the privacy to do, and this turned out to be no exception! As least she didn’t start joining in, although that would have been a laugh. What she may have thought of the “let me lay down beside you” just as she was making the bed I have no idea, but I didn’t plan it!
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Re When all we need is love


 

Original YT playout date: 21 December 2008
Duration: 5:13

In the olden days when YouTube was a Community thing first and foremost, we had a “Re” function for video reponses. These have long disappeared and all the links have gone. All that is left is the “Re” in the title of the video.
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Huliganov’s Black Raven


Original YT playout date: 28 August 2008
Duration: 15:51

Viktor Huliganov, requested by BabaLeanne, aka Leanna Delehanty, authress of children’s books, sings the song “chorny voron”
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Huliganov’s “Bad To Me”


Original YT playout date: 18 July 2008
Duration: 9:28

1st July 2007 – 138.6 kilos
1st July 2008 – 120.6 kilos
Weight loss in 12 months – 18 kilos
Or, about 40 lbs.
And falling…

Billy J Kramer and the Dakotas originally recorded this hit, but now it’s been digitally remangled by the resident Russky songster.”
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Huliganov’s “Starry, starry night”


Original YT playout date: 29 May 2008
Duration: 7:37

A little bit of experimentation on this as I often did, with regards to effects.
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Two Years of Huliganov – The Quest


Original YT playout date: 28 May 2008
Duration: 14:51

“Yes, it was exactly two years previously to this that Huliganov first sprang into existence. This video speaks of the ongoing quest to find the unattainable star, and says that not expeditions to Mars, but work upon ones own character, is the best way to find your destiny, and by the mercies of the Lord which are new every morning, you can treat this day as the first in the rest of your life – it’s never too late to be the person you want to be.

Featuring an atrocious rendition of Brel’s song “”La Quete”” known to the English speaking world as “”The Impossible Dream”” from ‘The Man from La Mancha’.”
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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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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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