Synonyms for stin or Related words with stin
Examples of "stin"
• Nihterinos Peripatos
Iera Odo – 1997 – With Giorgos Dalaras
adeia sou karekla" The first single of the new album is "
adeia sou karekla" (music: Vasilis Gavriilidis, lyrics: Thanos Papanikolaou) which was released on September 23, via Lampsi radio.
The rerelease Apagorevmeno+ includes a remix of
Pira by the song's composer Alex Papaconstantinou.
B-side: "Agapi mesa
kardia", Haris Alexiou (M.Hadjidakis, N. Gatsos)
þura * sati *
* þasi * aftiʀ * suin * sun * sin * ʀs * uʀstr * o * ualu
Avli Tou Paradeisou (Greek: "Στην Αυλή του Παράδεισου"; English: "In the Garden of Eden") is the sixth studio album by Greek singer Despina Vandi. It was released in Greece in 2004 by Heaven Music. Following "
Tou Paradisou"'s platinum status, it was re-released with four new songs and a bonus DVD, and renamed "Special Edition:
Avli Tou Paradisou" in December 2005. With the combination of both releases, the album went 2x Platinum in Greece.
Kerkyra or Rendez-vous
Kerkira (, Conversations in Corfu) is a 1960 Greek black and white drama film directed and written by Dimitris Dadiras and starring Tzeni Karezi. Alekos Alexandrakis and Vangelis Ploios. It was produced by Olympia Film.
Kardia is an album by popular Greek singer, Marianta Pieridi. It was released in Greece in December 2005 by Universal Music Greece.
In the 2010 local elections Liberal Alliance participated through the 'Portokali' (meaning "orange" colour) movement in Giorgos Kaminis's 'Dikaioma
poli' coalition, who won the mayorship of Athens.
Born on March 16, 1936 in Athens, she became most known for O Thiassos (1975), Topio
omichli (1988) and Alexander the Great (1980 movie) (1980).
Theodoros Pangalos is mentioned in the song "
epohi tou Pangalou" (In the times of Pangalos, ) by Giorgos Mitsakis, originally sung by George Dalaras.
Avli Tou Paradisou" and its re-release "Special Edition:
Avli Tou Paradisou", won Despina Vandi six awards over two years at Mad Video Music Awards. Τhe first three awards were given to Vandi at the 2005 awards while the second three were awarded at the 2006 awards. Having won three each year made Vandi the artist with the most awards at both award shows.
In 1997, Pyx Lax released a live album, Zontani Ichografisi
Iera Odo (Live Recording at the Sacred Way) and a cd-single, Nychterinos Peripatos
Iera Odo (Evening Stroll on the Sacred Way) in collaboration with one of Greece’s long established top singers George Dalaras. Both records were certified platinum sales. The same year the band released another live album, Pixe Paliatso ta Tragoudia Sou Telionoun, including live recordings from its performances during the period 1991-1997.
In the next three years, they released two more LPs: "
akri tis gis" and "Pou taksideveis" containing popular songs such as "Mahairia twra ta filia sou", "Kimata tou Aigaiou", "Mi fevgeis", and "Peta psila".
Antigoni Psychrami and her friend Nicole Paparistodimou have their own radio program on Web Radio Station C R Radio. The program is named "Sigatikoi
Trela"(English: Crazy roommates).
"Jambi" is the platinum selling single from the Special Edition version of the album "
Avli Tou Paradisou" by Greek singer Despina Vandi. It was released in Greece by Heaven Music and in the US by Ultra Records.
On the Greek market, Dimitri wrote and produced the songs "Sose Me (Lights On)" and "Gelaei" (Gold album "Kalokairi
Kardia") for artist Ivi Adamou, and the songs "Ase Me" and "Stavrolekso" for artist Eleni Foureira, (Platinum album).
San Stino di Livenza (Venetian: "San
") is a town in the province of Venice, Veneto, northern Italy. It is connected by the SP61 provincial road and by the motorway A4. The main square (piazza) is the Piazza Aldo Moro.
Avli Tou Paradeisou" was the third and final single from the original album. The animated music video was directed by Kapetanidis and won MAD Video Music Awards for "Best Contemporary Laiko Video" and "Best Direction".
The second hit of this album was "Den kani kryo
Ellada" (It's Not Cold in Greece), a hymn to solidarity and optimism. The song became a slogan in Greece and received millions of hits on YouTube.
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