Music On Bones: How X-rays Became A Symbol Of The Fight Against Censorship
Music On Bones: How X-rays Became A Symbol Of The Fight Against Censorship

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The fantasy of a person, infringed upon his rights, but eager to get what he wants, knows no boundaries. When in the late 1940s - early 1960s Western jazz and rock and roll were banned for Soviet society and it was impossible to get official records from performers, music lovers who disagreed with the censors decided to publish "enemy" music on their own. On captured and home-made recorders, they copied the "forbidden

The Garage exposition includes original recordings of “music on bones”, stories of people who made and distributed them, photographs of rare records and other valuable artifacts of the era.

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The exhibition turned out to be not very voluminous, but sufficient to understand why and why Soviet musical "bootleggers" fought. You can study the bright chapter in the history of Russian samizdat from today, and tomorrow, August 16, you can also feel the atmosphere of the musical cabarets of those years. In the evening, the X-Ray Cabaret will open in the Atrium of the museum for one day, which will revive the musical hits banned by the Soviet censorship and revive the technologies of that time. The program includes performances by the leader of the British indie pop group The Real Tuesday Weld and curator of the Music on Bones exhibition Stephen Coates, the rock group Polite Refusal and singer Miriam Sehon. Together with songs from their own repertoire, they will perform selected compositions of the era of "music on bones

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