12. Apr. 1961 + L
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Zimmer070 – v/a – kosmoraum
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070.01 – Stanislav Rubyteno – Ave030 – The Indigo Message
070.02 – Bound of Reflection – Candl037 – Sunbeam Busters
070.03 – Afion – Zimmer070 – Not Penelope
070.04 – Sternenspringer – tonAtom.J01 – Treibstoffmasse
070.05 – Alcyon – tonAtom.J01 – Nachtflug
070.06 – Daologic – Candl37 – Splashdown Reporter
070.07 – Junior85 – Zimmer070 – For reason, forgotten
070.08 – Tetarise – Ave030 – Too far outer Space
070.09 – Anri – Zimmer070 – Transparent
070.10 – Xenoton – tonAtom.J01 – Timeslide (10 Years After)
070.11 – Aleksandr Zhelanov – Ave030 – Stranstvie
070.12 – Sotra – Candl37 – The red heavenly wanderer
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[by Oleg Grachev / Ognivo]
This is a joint compilation release celebrating the 50th anniversary of Yuri Gagarins first trip into space. The release is a joint effort of two german (tonatom.net, zimmer-records.org), two russian netlabels (aventuel.net, circlesandlines.org) and two netradio stations (aura radio from ambione.ru, klangboot.de). Release concept and all administrative work was taken over by Andreas Fertig of Klangboot radio. It has been released simultaneously by all four labels on April 5th, 2011. All music is licensed to the public using Creative Commons Licenses so feel free to share it according to the CC regulations.
On 12 April 1961, aboard the Vostok 3KA-3 (Vostok 1), Gagarin became both the first human to travel into space, and the first to orbit the earth. His call sign was Kedr (Cedar, Russian: Кедр).
In his post-flight report, Gagarin recalled his experience of spaceflight, having been the first human in space:
The feeling of weightlessness was somewhat unfamiliar compared with Earth conditions. Here, you feel as if you were hanging in a horizontal position in straps. You feel as if you are suspended.
Following the flight, Gagarin told the Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev that during reentry he had whistled the tune “The Motherland Hears, The Motherland Knows” (Russian: “Родина слышит, Родина знает”). The first two lines of the song are: “The Motherland hears, the Motherland knows/Where her son flies in the sky“. This patriotic song was written by Dmitri Shostakovich in 1951 (opus 86), with words by Yevgeniy Dolmatovsky.
Some sources have claimed that Gagarin commented during the flight, “I don’t see any God up here.” However, no such words appear in the verbatim record of his conversations with Earth-based stations during the spaceflight. In a 2006 interview, Gagarin’s friend Colonel Valentin Petrov stated that the cosmonaut never said such words, and that the quote originated from Nikita Khrushchev’s speech at the plenum of the Central Committee of the CPSU about the state’s anti-religion campaign, saying “Gagarin flew into space, but didn’t see any god there.” Petrov also said that Gagarin had been baptised into the Orthodox Church as a child, and a 2011 Foma magazine article quoted the rector of the Orthodox church in Star City saying, “Gagarin baptized his elder daughter Yelena shortly before his space flight; and his family used to celebrate Christmas and Easter and keep icons in the house.” //wikipedia