Synonyms for kalokairi or Related words with kalokairi

nihta              einai              stin              tragoudi              eimai              erotas              kardia              agapo              afto              apopse              stigmi              parelthon              tragoudia              feggari              tsotou              fotia              simera              asteri              sotia              giati              voskopoulos              apenanti              paihnidi              nyhta              agapes              theiopoulos              tipota              epitihies              megales              treli              hronia              ekeino              manoula              kravgi              prosopo              mporo              moukidis              koritsi              melisses              makria              eheis              poios              mousiki              sagapo              parios              tragoudo              agapis              kalimera              christougenna              perimeno             

Examples of "kalokairi"
On a Greek island called Kalokairi (summer), bride-to-be Sophie Sheridan posts three wedding invitations ("I Have a Dream") to different men.
'ENA MAKRY TAXIDI','NAMA's sixth album, was released by MBI in 2005.It produced yet another summer hit song in 'ZESTO KALOKAIRI'.
On the Greek market, Dimitri wrote and produced the songs "Sose Me (Lights On)" and "Gelaei" (Gold album "Kalokairi Stin Kardia") for artist Ivi Adamou, and the songs "Ase Me" and "Stavrolekso" for artist Eleni Foureira, (Platinum album).
Dionysis Savvopoulos, Manolis Hiotis, amongst others. Nevertheless every composer and lyricist approached readily agreed, testament to the respect that NAMA has. Moreover, songs like 'MIA AGAPI GIA TO KALOKAIRI' quickly became classics.
"To Mistiko Mou Na Vreis" (Greek: Το μυστικό μου να βρεις; English: Find my secret) is the third single by the Greek Cypriot singer Ivi Adamou from her first album "Kalokairi Stin Kardia", written by Adam Baptiste, Alex Papaconstantinou and Giannis Doxas. It was released on June 10, 2010.
"A*G*A*P*I (Crashing Down)" (Greek: Α*Γ*Α*Π*Η; English: L-O-V-E) is the debut single by the Greek Cypriot singer Ivi Adamou from her first album "Kalokairi Stin Kardia", written by Leo Chantzaras, Keely Hawkes, Bruce Howell and Giannis Doxas. It was released on January 25, 2010.
He is also currently working in the studio recording songs for a new CD album to be released in the Spring of 2011. The first single from this CD Album was released in March 2011 entitled Kafto Kalokairi and Sarbel sang the single for the first time live at the Pavilion on the 18 March 2011 in front of a packed house.
Ioannes "Giannis" Spanos (Greek: ; ), also transliterated as Yannis Spanos, is a Greek music composer and lyricist. In his early days as a musician he was also a piano accompanist. Spanos won the music prize at the 1971 Thessaloniki Film Festival for composing the score of the film "Ekeino to kalokairi".
Dos Mou Ena Fili... Afto to Kalokairi is an album by the Greek singer Mando. It was released in Greece in 1989 by Minos and is her first official Greek release. Its songs enjoyed airplay on Greek radio, introducing Mando to the audience of mainstream music.
"Sose Me (Lights On)" (Greek: Σώσε Με; English: Save Me) is the second single by the Greek Cypriot singer Ivi Adamou from her first album "Kalokairi Stin Kardia", written by Lene Dissing, Hanif Sabzevari, Dimitris Stassos, Marcus Winther-John and Giannis Doxas. It was released April 26, 2010. Japanese singer Ayumi Hamasaki has sampled the song for her 2012 song Tell me why.
Greek Cypriot singer Ivi Adamou has released two studio albums, two extended plays and 15 singles. Ivi secured a recording contract with Sony Music Greece and released her debut extended play, "Kalokairi Stin Kardia", which was certified gold. In the same year she collaborated with the Spiros Lambrou Choir and released the holiday EP "Christougenna Me Tin Ivi Adamou", released as "Christmas with Ivi Adamou" abroad.
Adamou's first album, "Kalokairi Stin Kardia", was released in 2010 and was an EP that included seven tracks with additionally two karaoke versions and one remix. "A*G*A*P*I", "Sose Me" and "To Mistiko Mou Na Vris" were the singles from the EP. Later, in December 2010, Adamou released a Christmas EP that included four tracks, with "Santa Claus Is Coming to Town" being the only single from it.
Kalokairi Stin Kardia (Greek: Καλοκαίρι Στην Καρδιά; English: Summer in the heart) is the debut extended play by Greek Cypriot singer Ivi Adamou, released in Greece and Cyprus on 14 June 2010 by Sony Music Greece. On 5 November 2010, the second live show of the third season of the Greek "The X Factor", where she was a contestant the year before, Adamou received a gold certification from the presenter, Sakis Rouvas, denoting shipments of six thousand copies.
Ekeino to kalokairi ( (That Summer)) is an award-winning 1971 Greek film starring Elena Nathanael and Lakis Komninos. It won the photography and music prizes at the 1971 Thessaloniki Festival of Greek Cinema. It was the Greek version of the successful 1970 American film "Love Story". The film was one of the greatest successes of Elena Nathanael and the music of its soundtrack "haunted all the teenage parties of the 1970s". Its soundtrack features the hit song "San Me Koitas" (When You Look At Me) which has been described as "one of the most beautiful erotic songs of all time".
On 24 June 2008, Zina released a two-disc greatest hits compilation titled "Best of +". In addition to all the previously released material, the album also includes three new songs penned by Giorgos Moukidis, which have all been released as singles as well. The singles "Paradosou" ("Surrender") and "To Kalokairi" ("The Summer") were made into music videos directed by Konstantinos Rigos, and the album was certified gold, with Peggy Zina receiving the award on December 3, 2008 during a certification party at "Vox" nightclub.
A famous hit song of Chomata is "Mia agape gia to kalokairi" (Greek: Μια αγάπη για το καλοκαίρι, "A love for the summer") released in her debut 7' EP in 1964. The song was later used for the Vasilis Mavromatis' 1969 film "Skies sten ammo" (Greek: Σκιές στην άμμο, "Shadows on the sand"); a film in which she also had the leading role and the only one in which she ever played in her life despite the fact that there is a misconception that she had also played in other films.
On the Greek island of Kalokairi, 20-year-old Sophie is preparing to marry her fiancé, Sky. She wants her father to walk her down the aisle ("Prologue") but does not know who he is. Sophie discovers her mother's old diary and finds entries which describe intimate dates with three men (Sam Carmichael, Bill Austin (Anderson in the film version), and Harry Bright) ("Honey, Honey"). Sophie believes one of these men is her father and, three months prior to the wedding, sends each an invitation to her wedding, writing in the name of her mother, Donna, without letting the unsuspecting mother know.
Describing the album in a press release prior to its physical release, record label Minos EMI stated that"Parafora" offers new innovations in sound as well as "inspired lyrics". It includes a blend of pop, rock, dance, and electronic genres. "Spase To Hrono", "Parafora", "I Dio Mas", "An Pote", "Gia Mas", "Agapise Me", "Kalokairi Kai Fos", "To Allo Sou Miso", and "Proti Nihta" are electronic songs, while "Emena Thes" is a romantic hard rock power ballad where Rouvas professes his love to a woman who denies being in love with him. "Nekros Okeanos" is also a rock ballad, while "Tipikes Epafes" and "I Akri Tis Klostis" are R&B ballads. "Gela" and "S'agapo Kai Fevgo" pop/rock songs, the latter being one of the few mid-tempos on the album.
Rouvas also promoted the album through his account on the social networking sites Twitter and Facebook, where he began trending the album. From 10 December 2010, Rouvas began posting roughly 30-second teasers of the tracks up until the album's release. He had announced a "surprise" for his fans at 20:00h, beginning with "I Dio Mas" and "Nekros Okeanos". The following day he did the same with "Tipikes Epafes" and "Gela", then "I Akri Tis Klostis" and "Kalokairi Kai Fos" the day after that, concluding with "Agapise Me" and "To Allo Sou Miso" on the eve of the album's release. He placed the remaining four tracks, "Gia Mas", "S'agapao Kai Fevgo", "An Pote" and "Proti Nihta" online as well in the following two days. There was a high demand for Rouvas' song samples, causing "mayhem" on the internet. On 11 December the official television advertisement for the album was released.
In the two that followed, there was pressures from the music industry for every band to relinquish any sense of artistic integrity that they might possess, and collaborate with artists of completely different genres, so as to combine the artist 'selling power and create a monstrous yet more profitable project for the record labels. NAMA found a way to avoid this restriction whilst still complying with the terms of their contract - to produce a third record. In 1995 they released "ANAMNISIS" again with LYRA. In this album NAMA reinvented ten old songs-Including their first hit,"Odysseus". At first it appeared, as though it would be difficult to obtain permission from composers such as Mimis Plessas, Manos Hatzidakis, Dionysis Savvopoulos, Manolis Chiotis, amongst others. Nevertheless, every composers and lyricist approached readily agreed, testament to the respect that NAMA has. Moreover,songs like "MIA AGAPI GIA TO KALOKAIRI " quickly became classics.