Manolis Hiotis & Mary Linda - The Incomparable Due From Greece download mp3 album
Manolis Hiotis & Mary Linda – The Incomparable Due From Greece. Label: Grecophon – GRS 308. Series: Specialty Series (6) –. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo.
1920-03-21)March 21, 1920 Thessaloniki, Central Macedonia, Greece. March 21, 1970(1970-03-21) (aged 50) Athens, Greece. Chiotis’ answer was rather unexpected; Mrs. Callas, please explain to Princess Grace that the strings of an electric guitar vibrate due to electricity, while the strings of a bouzouki vibrate through the heart. Μανώλης Χιώτης (1920 – 1970) (in Greek).
Manolis Chiotis, Mary Linda. Mary Linda, Manolis Chiotis. 2008 Oles Oi Epityhies Sto Studio. Bouzouki Kings & Friends. Oi ihografiseis stin Astoria. Chronicle of Greek Popular Song 1952, Vol. 1.
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Manolis Hiotis, Mary Linda: best 2 tracks. Manolis Hiotis - Hiotis' Concert (To konserto tou Hioti) History of Bouzouki Recordings 1960 - 1965 Volume 3, 2006 03:03. Manolis Hiotis, Stella Haskil, Takis Binis - Katse kala (Seat well behaved) Takis Binis, Singers of Greek Popular song in 78 rpm, Recordings 1950 - 1955, 2006 03:18. Artist: Manolis Hiotis Mary Linda.
Hendrix first met Hiotis and his partner, singer Mary Linda, while they were on tour around the United States back in the 1960’s. Having attended one of Hiotis’ shows, Hendrix admitted he admired him and that he discussed with Hiotis about his playing technique. Hendrix was Hiotis’ biggest backer even before then-U. President Lyndon Johnson invited Hiotis and Mary Linda to the White House to play on his birthday and offered them a Green Card for immigrants so they could stay in America as long as they wanted. Hiotis had other successes. In the summer of 1961, he played for Aristotle Onassis.
Above: Manolis Hiotis – το χρήμα δεν το λογαριάζω (The Money Does Not Count) (1938). A string of successes ensued for Hiotis, as a soloist and when working with fellow artists, such as the singer Apostolos Nikolaidis, and composers Mikis Theodorakis and Manos Hadjidakis. Hiotis began to wonder whether his beloved bouzouki might be further improved. However, the union soon collapsed and in 1958, Hiotis re-married another singer, Mary Linda. The professional collaboration between Hiotis and his new wife saw them both reach the peak of their careers. With his matinée idol looks and suave manner, Hiotis became a household name in Greece, and in 1961, Aristotle Onassis and his then-lover Maria Callas, along with Prince Rainier of Monaco and wife Princess Grace, attended a show in Athens and requested a meeting with Hitois and Mary Linda backstage.
Manolis Hiotis, Mary Linda - If Fed You on the Essence of Roses 03:58. Stelios Kazantzidis - You've Set My Heart on Fire (Kalamatianos) 02:50. Stratos Attalidis, Yiota Lydia, Christakis - I Love an Island Girl (Ballos) 03:24. Grigoris Bithikotsis, Vassilis Tsitsanis - The Carriage in the Rain (Zeibekiko) 03:14. Vassilis Tsitsanis, Giannis Dedes - Improvisations in a Minor Key 03:55. Tonis Maroudas, Mary Liva - Cheers to You, Cheers to Me (Kantatha) 03:21. Nikos Gounaris, Yannis Manos - The Vase of Jasmine (Kantatha) 02:59. Manolis Hiotis, Mary Linda - Sorrow (Bolero) 03:15.
|A1||Min Pezis Pia Me Ton Pono Mou|
|A2||Esi Agapi Mou Axizis|
|A3||Den Moupes Oute Geia Sou|
|A4||Eese O Theos Mou|
|A6||Pantrevete E Koroula Mou|
|B2||San Prota Den M'agapas|
|B3||Sou Grafo Manna Mou|
|B4||Fere Sta Pedia Na Pioune|
|B6||Ti Na Sou Grapso|
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|GR 308, 308||Manolis Hiotis* & Mary Linda*||Manolis Hiotis* & Mary Linda* - The Incomparable Duo From Greece (LP, Album, Mono)||Grecophon, Grecophon||GR 308, 308||US||1966|