CAT # 11661-1080-2
1. Rast Gazel 3:17 2. Ousak Mare 3:20 3. Mes' tou Zambikou ton teke 3:11 4. Ferte Birres 3:11 5. Aravi Ousak Manes "Derti Ke Pono Apoktisa" 3:15 6. Yiati Foumaro Kokaini 3:18 7. Stamboul Ousa Mane 3:24 8. Hariklaki 3:17 9. Yinome Andhras 3:19 10. Konialis 3:16 11. Dhodheka Chronon Koritsi 3:14 12. Barberaki 3:20 13. Yiannoula 3:04 14. Me Zournadhes Ke Daoulia 3:23 15. Yiannousena 3:13 16. Ouzo, hasis 3:16 17. O Xenitevmenos 3:15 18. Mes' to Vathi Skotadhi 3:12 19. Tou Psara o Yios 3:22 20. To Gri Gri 3:31 21. Ta Dhika Sou Ta Sfalmata 3:19
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Where are my looks? Where is my great beauty? In Athens there wasn't another such as me I was a doll, yes really, with a lot of class I'm not telling fairy tales, I drove people crazy 'But I got mixed up with a mortis (tough guy), a first-class mángas (hash smoking dude) Who took what I had and left me He took my heart, my youth, my money And for my heartache, I take cocaine' Roza Eskenazi, who recorded from 1930 into the 1950s, is remembered today as one of Greece's supreme vocal talents. This collection of 21 'songs of love, sorrow and hashish' were recorded between 1931 and 1947 and feature some of the finest Greek musicians of the era. The album was compiled, annotated, transliterated and translated by Charles Howard, and includes notes by world music authority, Dick Spottswood.
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