Sergei Djokanov* ‎– Зелената Пустиня / The Green Desert

Балкантон ‎– BTA 11674
Vinyl, LP, Album


  • Composed By, Performer, Synthesizer [Roland 100, Roland Gh, Acs, Electric Strings Solina], Electric Piano [Vermona], Sequenced By [Roland 100 Sequencer]Sergei Djokanov*
  • EngineerIrena Petrova
  • Engineer [Sound Operator]Nikola Mirchev
  • Technician [Sound Director]Atanas Bainov


Electronic Music by Sergei Djokanov in 5 parts.

Recorded at the Bulgarian National Radio.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): BTA 11674 A S1 11 85 N
  • Matrix / Runout: BTA 11674 B S1 11 85 N


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September 17, 2018
edited 4 months ago
Interesting album starts off very mellow with sparse synthesizer melodies and the usual white noise to give th music that "then" cosmic feel. Side A is minimalist no drums, guitars just full on analog beasties kindly manufactured by Roland. Side B doesnt pick up until the later part of the album replete with string synth, lead melodies, drums and a nice sort of mellow prog vibe.
Taken notes from the mid period of Tangerine Dream this music is sparser contains no mellotron and alas a bit more contemplative that TD. As much as berlin school is redundant I could definitely enjoy this one over a scotch and water, green botanicals and a good set of speakers. Would be nice to see this re-released on cd one day as it is a relic of communist era electronica.