Synonyms for apopse or Related words with apopse
Examples of "apopse"
In June 2003, Merkouri released her second studio album, titled "Mine Mazi Mou
" (Stay With Me Tonight). It consisted of 12 songs and included a remix of "Syntelia" which topped the airplay charts for 3 consecutive months. The album also included the hits "Ematha Na Zo Horis Esena" and "Meine Mazi Mou
The EP includes the album version of "Thelo
Na Horepso" . At the time of the EPs release, the track was being promoted and released as the third single of "Apla Ta Pragmata", and so in a crossover promotion "Thelo
Na Horepso" was included as the fourth track.
Vissi sung her own songs "Sta Hronia Tis Ipomonis", "As Kanoume
Mian Arhi" and "Dodeka" as well as the songs "Hrisoprasino Fillo" and "To Yiasemi".
Agistri, is an anonymous Cappadocian Greek folkloric tune to the Greek language. The meter is .There are very similar folkloric tunes known as
Mine Mazi Mou
is an album released by popular Greek singer, Irini Merkouri. It was released in Greece in June 2003 by Sony Music Greece.
as vrethume" (Greek script: "Απόψε ας βρεθούμε", English translation: "Let's Meet Tonight") was the Cypriot entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1989, performed in Greek by Fani Polymeri and Yiannis Savvidakis.
Due to the theme of the night, three of the contestants, who participated in the past in the Eurovision Song Contest, sang their entries; Sophia Vossou sang "I Anixi", Giannis Savvidakis sang "
As Vrethoume" and Eleftheria Eleftheriou sang "Aphrodisiac".
ta mesanychta, Απόψιν τα μεσάνυχτα () is an anonymous Cappadocian Greek folkloric tune to the Greek language. The meter is .There are similar folkloric tunes known as Agistri (song).
Mian Arhi "(Let's Make A Start Tonight)" is the title of the debut studio album by singer Anna Vissi, released in Greece and Cyprus by Minos in 1977.
The lead single, "As Kanoume
Mian Arhi" was sung by Vissi at the Thessaloniki Song Festival, on September 26, 1977, prior to the album release, winning first prize.
Na Horepso", composed by Dimitris Zemkos, was the fourth and final single and music video released from the album. It did make its way onto the "Billboard" singles charts, and became quite successful. The music is a catchy tsifteteli with a distinct Modern Laiko feel. Directed by Kostas Kapetanidis, the third single would coincide with Garbi's winter collaboration at Club Iera Odos with Pashalis Terzis, so Kapetanidis decided he would showcase her performance of "Thelo
Na Horepso" within the atmosphere of Club Iera Odos. The video debuted on Mad TV on May 17, 2002.
In September 2007, after his collaboration with the Mad Music Channel under the "Mad Secret Concert" events, he released the album "DANTIS - ROCK AND LIVE" with many popular cover songs of artists such as The Killers, Kaiser Chiefs, Nek, and great other like James Brown and Stevie Wonder. In 2008 Dantis' released the album "Ektos Trochias" which featured a more urban sound. In April 2009 Christos Dantis participated in Takis Bougas' album "
ola tha sta po" along with Dimitris Mitropanos, Eleni Dimou and others singing "Exomologisi", "
ola tha sta po" and "Esi gimni".
"Stin Pira" was in the center of controversy regarding a certain word in the lyrics, "tsoules" (bitches). Many claimed that this particular lyric was offensive. The line "Boris
na vgis m' oles tis tsoules tis gis" (You may go out tonight with all the sluts of the Earth) won an award for the "Best Line" at the 2009 MAD Music Video Awards.
In 1987, "As Kanoume
Mian Arhi" was among the selection of albums that Minos-EMI decided to release on CD as it was still popular. The Minos EMI reissue for the back catalogue "Minos EMI CD Club" series, which was regularly shipped in shops throughout the years, is shown here.
It was succeeded as Cypriot representative at the 1989 Contest by Fani Polymeri and Yiannis Savvidakis with "
As Vrethume". Cyprus was disqualified from the 1988 Contest, at which they would have been represented by Yiannis Demetriou with "Thimame (San To Rock 'N' Roll)".
Furbaz performed 18th on the night of the contest, following Cyprus's Fani Polymeri and Giannis Savvidakis singing "
As Vrethume" and preceding Greece's Mariana Efstratiou singing "To Dhiko Su Asteri". The song received 47 points, placing 13th in a field of 22.
"Nacida para amar" was performed sixteenth on the night, following France's Nathalie Pâque with "J'ai volé la vie" and preceding Cyprus's Fani Polymeri & Yannis Savvidakis with "
As Vrethume". At the close of voting, it had received 88 points, placing 6th in a field of 22.
In 2002, the EP "Remix Plus" was released which included four remixes of her hits "Apla ta Pragmata", "Krayon", "Otan se Hreiazomai" and the album version of "Thelo
Na Horepso". During that same year, Sony Music released a non-stop compilation remix CD titled "Katy Garbi Hit Mix". She also won an Arion Music Award for "Best Folk Female Singer of the Year".
In 1977, she went on tour with George Dalaras and Haris Alexiou, giving concerts with the most notable at the Rainbow, London (June). In the same year, she released her first studio album named "As Kanoume
Mian Arhi" and won the prize for best singer and best song ("As Kanoume
Mian Arhi") of the year at the Annual Song Festival of Thessaloniki (Palais des Sports). In 1978 she was proposed by ERT (Greek National Television) to represent Greece at the 23rd Eurovision Song Contest. There were two candidate songs: "Poso S' Agapo" and "O Kyrios Nobel". Finally, due to controversies between the composers of the songs, her participation was disqualified and Tania Tsanaklidou went to the contest. Her second album "Kitrino Galazio" was released in 1979 and produced the hit "Aftos Pou Perimeno" ("The one I'm waiting for"). The album reached platinum status and became the best-selling record of the year in Greece.
On 29 May, Paparizou released the lead single of the album, "Save Me (This Is An SOS)" which was promoted in various Swedish events and TV shows. In September, Paparizou sang a sample from a new song titled "Just One More Night" the English version of her Greek song "Den Tha Kimithis
", at the MAD North Stage Festival by TIF Helexpo, in Thessaloniki. On 15 April 2014 the album was released through Minos - EMI in Greece.
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