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Nikos was a Greek composer and singer from Anogeia,Crete… Greek Icons, Greek Men, Crete Island, Greek Music, Greek Culture, Important People, Composers, Archangel, World Music

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Nikos Xylouris(1936-1980) was a Greek composer and singer from Anogeia,Crete and also the older brother of two other great musicians of Cretan music.He was part of the movement that brought down the Greek military Junta of 1967.His songs and music captured and described the Greek psyche and demeanor, gaining himself the title the archangel of Crete.Well-known composers such as Markopoulos,Xarhakos and Leontis wrote music on verses of famous Greek poets,Ritsos,Seferis,Varnalis and Solomos.

A song scene from the 1983 movie "Rembetiko" by Costas Ferris. Music Songs, Music Videos, Greek Plays, Greek Music, Losing Friends, How To Get Away, Happy Moments, Kinds Of Music, Best Songs

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A song scene from the 1983 movie "Rembetiko" by Costas Ferris.

Rembetiko (Greek: Ρεμπέτικο) -- a 1983 film directed by Costas Ferris, with original music by Stavros Xarchakos. The film is based on the life of rebetiko singer Marika Ninou. It won the Silver Bear at the Berlin International Film Festival in I Movie, Movie Stars, Singing Techniques, Jazz, Berlin Film Festival, Greek Blue, Vocal Coach, Greek Music, Original Music

Rembetiko (1983) - IMDb

The story of a group of Rembetes, singers and musicians of the Greek equivalent to the blues, in the early decades of the 20th century, seen through the eyes of a young female singer.