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Elif'in Hecesi'nin sene-i devriyesinde yeniden Özgür Baba; kadim dostu cura ve Yunus'un sözleri ile...On the first year of Elif'in Hecesi; Özgür Baba again with his ancient friend cura and the words…Continue
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Music makes us happy. Millions of people can agree on that. But heavy metal?A genre that is often described as deafening and aggressive, how is can that make people happy? Are the headbanging,…Continue
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Alien Weaponry - A short documentary Alien weaponry are a three piece “Te Reo” metal band taking the world by storm. Many of their songs are in New Zealand’s native language “Te Reo Maori”With their…Continue
Tara, "Baby calm down " is a great song I agree, I grew up with this music, I was born and raised in Ivory Coast and finished school in Cameroun, i love African rhythm :o)))
thank you Vlada, Happy Music Month journeys from Greece!
And so the mystagogy began at Kytarro... More moments from that unique night are coming... Stay with us. "Carriage", or "Black was the carriage" as it is called in Alistrati of Serres, where it originates from, is a dark lament.
Legend has it that it refers to the girls who were abducted by force from their homes and families in the past, in order to exploit them in any way possible.
Everyone sings with one voice about Lenaki, Katinaki and all the stolen girls who suffer somewhere enslaved. Today, as illegal human trafficking has become a global industry, the song remains unfortunately very relevant and not just a memory of the dark periods of human history.
PAGAN honor this unique legacy and start their performance at the historic Kytarro in Athens.
"Black was the carriage and white were the horses, they stole our Lenaki, damn, at dawn..."
The band: Evelyn Assouad - Vocals Vasilis Prodromou - Acoustic guitar Markos Pavlou - Gaida Dimitris Bizos - Electric guitar Stavros Tsumanis - Electric bass Sotiris Ntouvas - Drums Stage director - Marlene Kaminsky Sound engineering - Akis Gorakis Live sound effects and recording mixing - Nikos Papadopoulos / Soundflakes Studios Lighting Design - Marietta Pavlaki Video director & editing - Aristotelis Papakonstantinou Cameras - Aristotelis Papakonstantinou, Panagiotis Andrianos, Panos Iliopoulos, Alekos Bourelias Hairdressing construction - Konstantinos Kolioussis Makeup - Olga Falei Media Manager - Ioannis Pitarakis Management and Booking - Gaidaros Donkey Production Special thanks to Chris "El Tio" Vogiatzis, Petros Vogiatsis, Tasos Nousias, Costas Vlaxogiannis and Christos Tasios.
Just released a few hours ago today 31st May..Happy Music Month Journeys From New Zealand....
God I love this song
Thank you :o)))
It might be 20yrs old, but I’m still listening and jamming out to this epic under rated masterpiece in 2023. Anyone else care to rock out?
I tried to warn people when he exposed his true colours & self to me in a comment which is now deleted sadly,but it dosnt matter Morell as it looks like the perpetrator of these acts has vacated the site now anyway. It might pay to state these words on the main page section too.. so people can see it & know.
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