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Kalinov Most Group was founded in Novosibirsk in 1984 and served first as health, then - the Equinox.
first concert entitled Kalinov Most took place at the festival "Musical Spring" in the assembly hall NETI where musicians learn, in March 1986. In the first of the group were: Andrew Schennikov - bass guitar, Sergei Bogdanovsky - drums, Dmitry Selivanov - guitar, Dmitry Revyakin - vocals. In 1985, drummer Victor becomes Chaplygin (ex-Lombard). In November 1986, Selivanov leaves the group, he was taken to replace Vasily Smolentsev of command В«Left BankВ». In December, the band recorded a debut album В«Kalinov mostIВ» (in the official discography is not specified).
In April 1987 Kalinov Most took part in the First Novosibirsk rock festival.
In September 1987, was a legendary performance at the festival in Podolsk. Since autumn 1998, a group began its work in Moscow, under the patronage of the studio SNC. Soon, a team left Smolentsev several months Kalinov Most played with Vladimir Bugaytsom from the group В«LombardВ», then returned Smolentsev m participated in the first recording studio album - В«eversionВ». A year later came another two disc - В«UzarenВ» and В«Darza В», in May 1992 was recordedВ« Showers В». In summer, the ensemble has participated in the festival memory of Viktor Tsoi, and then goes to the tour, after which the team actually collapsed - Revyakin and Smolentsev remain together. Album В«Belt UlchiВ», released in 1993, was recorded with the support of the musicians of Novosibirsk Oleg Tatarenko (bass) and Alexander Vladykino (keyboards).
in the short term Kalinov Most united in В«gold compositionВ» and played several concerts, one of which was issued as a В«No 406В» (1994).
the summer of 1994, provides great concerts in St. Petersburg and Moscow, next year, as part of Revyakin - Smolentsev - Chaplygin - Tatarenko - Vladykino act in a live television В«fresh windВ» (Moscow), which later reflected on the CD-ROM В«ГґГ’ГЃГ—Г…ГЋГ?В». In the late 90s and early 2000-ies. went 4 album: В«WeaponsВ» (1998), В«ГµГЊГ…Г”ГЃГЉВ» (1999), В«KatunВ» (2000) and В«OreВ» (2001) (the last two composed Revyakin - Yaaplygin-Smolentsev - Eugene Baryshev).