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Demis Roussos - Live In Brazil (2006/2011)

14-02-2015, 10:05
Music | World | Folk | Pop | FLAC / APE

Demis Roussos - Live In Brazil (2006/2011)

Artist: Demis Roussos
Title Of Album: Live In Brazil
Year Of Release: 2006/2011
Label: MNF Music
Genre: Pop, World, Pop-Folk, Soft Rock
Format: Mp3 | Flac
Quality: 320 kbps | Lossless
Total Time: 87:15 Min
Total Size: 237 Mb | 615 Mb (covers)


1. End Of The World
2. Rain And Tears
3. Forever And Ever
4. We Shall Dance
5. Folow Me
6. Bella Notte
7. White Wings
8. Lovely Lady Of Arcadia
9. My Friend The Wind
10. Goodbye My Love Goodbye

1. Lost In Love
2. Let It Be Me
3. Santa Lucia
4. It's Five O'clock
5. Una Furtiva Lagrima
6. I Want To Live
7. Mamy Blue
8. My Reason
9. Happy To Be On An Island In The Sun
10. Medley: Foerever And Ever / My Reason / Goodby My Love Goodbye
11. Dinata

Singer Demis Roussos, known for his dramatic, operatic vocal stylings, was born Artemios Ventouris Roussos in Alexandria, Egypt, on June 15, 1946, to Greek expatriate parents. In the early '60s, however, the family decided to return to their homeland, and once there, the young Roussos (who had studied trumpet and sung in the church choir in Egypt) began playing in local bands. One of these was Aphrodite's Child, which also featured Vangelis Papatanassiou and Lucas Sideras. A huge hit in Europe, especially France, the band released a handful of albums before breaking up in 1971. With his label contacts in place, however, Roussos was able to secure a deal as a solo recording artist, and later that same year issued the single "We Shall Dance," also included on the album On the Greek Side of My Mind. The 1970s were a prolific time for Roussos, and he released a number of singles and albums that charted highly on the European and Latin American charts. In 1978 the singer decided to retire, and moved to Malibu Beach, where he kept a lower profile. Eventually he moved back to Greece, however, and it was there from which he boarded TWA flight 847 to Rome on June 14, 1985. The plane was hijacked by members of Hezbollah and Islamic Jihad, and Roussos and his wife, along with the other passengers, were held captive for a few days. The experience changed his life, and he decided the best way he could help others and promote understanding in the world was by returning to music. The Story of Demis Roussos came out shortly thereafter, and for a short while the singer's career was reignited, especially in southern Europe. Demis Roussos died in Athens in January 2015; he was 68 years old.

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