Борис Фомин

Борис Фомин

Real Name:
Борис Иванович Фомин (Boris Ivanovich Fomin)
Борис Фомин (English: Boris Fomin, born April 12, 1900, Saint Petersburg, Russia - died October 25, 1948, Moscow, USSR) was a Soviet musician and composer, specializing in the Russian romance. Several of Fomin's songs became popular in 1920's, most notably "Dorogoi dlinnoyu" (Russian: Дорогой длинною, By Endless Road) composed in 1924, commonly known for its English version "Those Were the Days", made world-famous in 1968 by Mary Hopkin and credited to Gene Raskin who in 1962 wrote the English lyrics for the tune and claimed the song for his own.


Борис Фомин Discography Tracks


Б. Фомин* Старинные Романсы И Песни Мелодия USSR 1990 Sell This Version