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Igor Talkov: popular songs and their originals

A little about the plagiarism of Igor Talkov ...

Plagiarism in the work of Igor Talkov

Igor Talkov is a great singer ... This is evidenced by the fact that thousands of devoted listeners remember and love his work to this day ... But what an interesting thing: many of Talkov's hits are not his at all! Although it would be more accurate to say that these are not originals, but only covers of famous compositions of other artists ... We suggest recalling the most famous of those!

Igor Talkov: popular songs and their originals
Igor Talkov

The most famous covers of Igor Talkov

Let's start with the legendary, and such a symbolic song by Igor Talkov called "I'll be back." This rather beautiful philosophical rock ballad gained fame in the early 90s, after it was first performed as part of Talkov's author's concert program "Court". And today it remains a kind of spiritual heritage of the musician...

But… if you listen carefully to it, it immediately becomes clear where the “instrumental” came from… “Lily Was Here” by David Allan Stewart and Candy Dulfer – does it remind you of anything?

The song "In Memory of Viktor Tsoi" is a very symbolic work by Igor Talkov. Many believe that it was with this song that he predicted his fate ... Perhaps Talkov foresaw such a development of events? Who knows…

A soulful instrumental - "Woman in Love" by Barbra Streisand. By the way: this composition is considered not only a loud romantic of the 80s, but also a stunning breakthrough in the singer's career!

The famous song "Sovki" is well known to everyone, and needs no introduction!

Where do legs grow from? Apparently, the composition was inspired by the track "Owner of the lonely heart" by the rock band Yes.

“New Road” is another popular Talkov composition, and another masterful cover ... And what a one!

The loss was borrowed from the Supermax team, or rather, their composition “Loversnight”.

The refrain is well known to many Soviet listeners, because it is taken from “We are wandering artists” by Merry Fellows!

And it just so happened that they themselves are not without a sin: their hit was inspired by the song "Mrs Vandebilt" by Wings ...

Not everything is going smoothly with the "Star" either ...

There is an insert from "Et Si Tu N'existais Pas" by Joe Dassin in the mentioned song.

"Summer Rain" is one of the most popular and truly chic works in Talkov's musical piggy bank ...

But this composition has an original - “You and I” by Madeleine Caine ...

You can add a lot of recognizable melodies to this list ... But everywhere, in all Talkov covers, only his authorship will be indicated ... With today's article, we did not want to hurt anyone's feelings. Talkov was a really talented artist. We hope that after enjoying today's songs you feel pleasant nostalgia!

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