Pericles Kanaris & Manos Eleftheriou | Aoratos

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Aoratos

by Pericles Kanaris & Manos Eleftheriou

Eclectic Greek/World music featuring award winning artists from around the world.
Genre: World: World Fusion
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. I Aniksi Sou
Pericles Kanaris
4:00 album only
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2. Ti Na Zilepso Ki Apo Poion
Rita Antonopoulou
2:57 album only
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3. Aoratos
Vasilis Papakonstantinou
4:28 album only
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4. Fota Anavo
Pericles Kanaris
3:55 album only
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5. Thymonis M' Oti Ki An Sou Po
Lamprini Karakosta
4:19 album only
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6. Gi Aftous Pou Agapithikan
Kostas Makedonas
3:58 album only
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7. Sta Spitia Pou Ehoume Agapisi
Pericles Kanaris
3:50 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
“Aoratos” is the debut album of composer, producer, performer Pericles Kanaris. Few years back, Kanaris had met Greek legendary poet/lyricist Manos Eleftheriou by a twist of fate. This led to a collaboration when Eleftheriou entrusted him with 7 unpublished poems. Kanaris composed the music and went ahead to produce the songs independently, bringing together some of his favorite artists from his 2 musical homes: Athens and New York. “Aoratos” was born as a result, featuring the work of an array of internationally recognized artists from around the Globe, some of them Grammy Award winners. The songs are available in mp3 format through a variety of digital outlets. The CD, however, is a collector’s edition, featuring the stunning artwork of internationally acclaimed artist Lydia Venieri, as well as English translations of the poems.

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