After years of earning an impact within the Soviet Union’s jazz underground, saxophonist Alexey Kozlov formed the Arsenal in the first ’70s. The music group, which became probably one of the most well-known jazz-rock organizations in the Soviet Union, released several LPs from 1976 to 1991. They were later on gathered and reissued by Boheme Music like a four-CD package established, Scorched By Period. In 1986, Kozlov became a normal host of Television and radio applications on jazz and rock and roll background and in 1989 he released among Russia’s first-ever goal histories of traditional western rock and roll music, entitled Rock and roll Music: Root base and Advancement. The ’90s brought some brand-new collaborations and musical directions for Kozlov, who begun to work with modern styles, aswell as executing a critically acclaimed cooperation using the Shostakovich String Quartet. The record which resulted from that cooperation, Alexey Kozlov as well as the Shostakovich String Quartet, premiered by Boheme Music in 2000.