The band “Orange” records a new version of Paul’s song “Veracoko”
The band “Orange” – Olga Stupiņa, Inta Gudovska and Anita Levša – have recorded a new version of the once popular song “Verakoko” by Raimonds Pauls and Jānis Peters.
The scenically attractive and talented singers Olga Stupiņa, Inta Gudovska and Anita Levša have participated in countless concerts and recordings of Latvian popular music stars as background vocalists, so it is natural for the trio to unite in their own group – “Orange”. The solo compositions performed in several concert programs served as a special encouragement in its creation, and especially the invitation of Raimonds Pauls to perform the song “To the City”, which was once performed by the vocal trio of “Modo” Mirdza Zīvere, Aija Kukule and Pārsla Gebharde.
The collaboration with Raimonds Pauls vocalists has lasted for almost two years, including one of the biggest musical events of last summer at the Dzintari Concert Hall at the Raimonds Pauls Festival “4. wave”.
Now “Oranžās” has released the first single from the upcoming song album, which is a new version of one of the most popular hits of Raimonds Pauls and Jānis Peters’ musical “Come to the Boys” (1982) – the song “Verakoko”. At the same time, the song was sung in new sounds in Russian, the lyrics of which were written by the Russian poet Ilya Reznik. It should be reminded that the Russian version of the song was once written for the popular singer Valery Leontiev.