«Янка Дягилева» - biografía, álbumes, canciones, videoclips
Yanka Dyagileva (full name Yana Stanislavovna Dyagileva, Russian: Яна Станиславовна Дягилева) (born September 4, 1966 in Novosibirsk, Soviet Union - died May 9(?), 1991) was a Russian poet and singer, active in the siberian underground scene in the 1980s. She played as a solo artist, but also collaborated with other musicians such as Егор Летов and played in Velikie Oktyabri (The Great Octobers), together with musicians from the Siberian scene. On May 9, 1991, she disappeared from her house in the countryside where she lived with her family. Eight days later, the 17th of May, she was found dead in the river Inya. It was speculated that she took her own life as a result of a long depression, but this was never officially confirmed. Discography (partial): 1988 - Ne polozheno! (Not allowed!) 1988 - Declassirovannim elementam (Declassified Elements) 1988 - Live in Kurgan 1989 - Prodano! (Sold!) 1989 - Krasnogvardeyskaya (Live in Moscow) Named after Moscow Metro station. A.k.a. “Akustika”. 1989 - Live in Kharkov, Ukraine 1989 - Domoy! (Home!) 1989 - Anhedonia 1990 - Yanka & Grazhdanskaya Oborona live in MEI 1991 - Styd i Sram (Shame and Reproach) There are two versions of this album. One contains 4 songs played acoustic. Another is a compilation and remastering done by Egor Letov with 7 songs, and most of them played with electric guitar. and some self-made recordings exist as well.