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Traditional Greek Music: Monahi Zoume 
1. Monahi Zoume [We Live Alone]
2. Medley, Pt. 1: Glari [The Seagulls]/Ta Petalakia [The Horseshoes]/Svise to fos na kimithoume [Switch Off The Light]/Modistroulla [The Seamstress]/Ti omorfi pou eisai otan kles [How Beautiful You Look When You Cry]/Faliryiotissa [Girl From Faliros]/To
3. Mathe Pyia [Now Learn]
4. Marcian's Medley: Ah Helidoni Mou [Oh, My Swallow]/Pori Na Efiges [You Might Have Left]/Sta Heryia Sou Megalosan [In Your Hands They Grew]/Rixe Mia Zaryia Kali [Roll A Good Dice]
5. Na Xanarhondousan Xana [If Only They Came Back]
6. Medley, Pt. 2: Perasmenes Mou Ayapes [Loves From The Past]/Melahrini Tsingana Mou [My Dark Gypsy Girl]
7. Medley, Pt. 3: Stou Volou Tis Akroyialies [On Volos Beach]/Mi Mou Les Yiati Xehnao [Don't Tell Me]
8. Medley, Pt. 4: Ston Pirea Sinefyiase [It Is Cloudy Down At Pireas]/Horisame Ena Dilino [We Parted One Evening]/Eimaste Alania [We Are Street Boys]/Apopse Stis Agroyialyes [Tonight On The Sea Shore]/Se Eida Na Kladeveis [I Watched You Pruning]/Sousour
9. Kipros [Cyprus]
10. Medley, Pt. 5: Apopse Kaneis Mpam [Tonight You Go BAM!]/Then Eimai Eyo O Giorgos Sou [Am I Not Your George?]/Eisai Fina Kai Maresis, Athineisa [You Are Beautiful And I Like You, Athineisa]/Ithella Na Mouna Pasas [I Wnat To Be A Pasha]/Then Thello Pia
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 2272
Liner Note Authors: Diz Heller; Chaz Kkoshi; Theodosis Hambi.
Recording information: Mixologist Studios, London, UK; Rialas Studios, London, UK; Shabby Road Studios, London, UK; Sugar Studios, London, UK.
Translators: Diz Heller; Jeannine Blanpain; Ute Entwistle.
The Marcians, in various pairings, have been playing Greek music since the 1960s. Founder Theo Hambi (or Kkoshi) still resides as the lead singer and bouzouki player in most of the recent recordings, with a backing band of younger players in support. On Monahi Zoume, the sound is largely stereotypical, bouzouki-driven, and lilting. Theo croons over the top of sweet and rumbling melodies. Though there are interludes of atypical sound (a twinkling piano from the realm of Mikis Theodorakis, for example), the album as a whole holds to the traditional, the rural, the joyous. The instrumentalists steal the show for much of the proceedings, turning what is otherwise simply a pleasant atmospheric album into a show of virtuosity. There are countless Greek folk albums available, but for a romanticized notion of what Greek music once was (or was once thought to be, perhaps), this outing from the Marcians is a fair starting point. ~ Adam Greenberg
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