Έκτακτο Παράρτημα | Ektakto Parartima by Grigoris Bithikotsis

Έκτακτο Παράρτημα | Ektakto Parartima by Grigoris Bithikotsis


 Γρηγόρης Μπιθικώτσης : Grigóris Bithikótsis, Απόστολος Καλδάρας : Apóstolos Kaldáras


Έκτακτο Παράρτημα is one of the most popular Song. Έκτακτο Παράρτημα Song has been sung by Grigoris Bithikotsis. In this article, we are going to provide you music lovers with Έκτακτο Παράρτημα.


Details about Έκτακτο Παράρτημα


Song Name

Έκτακτο Παράρτημα

Singer Name

Grigoris Bithikotsis

Releasing Date

1958

Material

Lyrics

Language

Greek/ English



Έκτακτο Παράρτημα Lyrics

Έκτακτο παράρτημα μόλις κυκλοφόρησε,

βούιξε η γειτονιά, σείσθη ο κόσμος όλος,

χτες το βράδυ που `χες μπει σε μια κούρσα πονηρή

και καθόταν πλάι σου ο λιμοκοντόρος.


Έκτακτο παράρτημα βγήκε και βουίζει,

την λαδιά σου τώρα πια ποιος την καθαρίζει.


Ο κουρσάτος φίλος σου θα σ’ αφήσει γρήγορα

και θα μείνεις κι απ’ τους δυο, τότε, αμανάτι,

θα `σαι πια για κλάματα κι όπως λεν τα γράμματα,

πριν σου βγει το όνομα, πιο καλά το μάτι.


Έκτακτο παράρτημα βγήκε και βουίζει,

την λαδιά σου τώρα πια ποιος την καθαρίζει.


Έκτακτο παράρτημα μόλις κυκλοφόρησε

και τραγούδι το `καναν και τα μπουζουκάκια,

από δω και στο εξής κοίτα να συμμορφωθείς,

ν’ αποφεύγεις, κούκλα μου, τα πολλά χαδάκια.


Έκτακτο παράρτημα βγήκε και βουίζει,

την λαδιά σου τώρα πια ποιος την καθαρίζει.


Έκτακτο Παράρτημα Lyrics in English

Extraordinary Annex just released,

the neighborhood roared, the whole world shook,

last night you got into a sly race

and the limokontoros was sitting next to you.


An emergency annex came out and is buzzing,

your oil now who cleans it.


Your boyfriend will leave you soon

and you will be left with both, then, amanati,

you will no longer be crying and as the letters say,

before your name comes out, better your eye.


An emergency annex has come out and is buzzing,

your oil now who cleans it.


Extraordinary annex just released

and the song was made by the bouzoukis,

from now on look to comply,

to avoid, my doll, the many caresses.


An emergency annex came out and is buzzing,

your oil now who cleans it.


About Grigoris Bithikotsis


Grigoris Bithikotsis (Greek Γρηγόρης Μπιθικώτσης, pronounced [ɣriˈɣoris biθiˈkot͜sis]; December 11, 1922 – April 7, 2005) was a Greek folk singer/songwriter with a career spanning five decades. He is considered one of the most important figures in Greek popular music.



Discography

  • Epitafios [1960]

  • Politeia A [1961]

  • To tragoudi tou nekrou aderfou [1962]

  • Epifania [1962]

  • To Axion Esti [1964]

  • Politeia B [1964]

  • Romiosini [1966]

  • 14 Hryses Epityhies N1 (14 Greatest Hits Vol. 1) [1977]

  • 14 Hryses Epityhies N2 (14 Greatest Hits Vol. 2) [1977]

  • 1950-1962 Compilation

  • 1963-1971 Compilation

  • 36 Hronia (36 Years)

  • Apo tis 45 Strofes No. 4

  • Alpha – Omega [1971]

  • Chamenes Agapes (Lost Loves) [1977]

  • I Ellada tou Grigori (The Greece of Grigoris)

  • Episimi Agapimeni (Best Loved Songs)

  • Gia panta No. 1 (Forever #1)

  • Gia ton Grigori – I Synavlia to Stadio Erininis kai Filias (For Grigoris, in Peace and Friendship Stadium)

  • Mazi (with Stelios Kazantzidis)

  • Mazi me ton Grigori (Together with Grigoris)

  • Megaloprepeia

  • Mia gynaika fevgei (One Woman Leaves) [1969]

  • Oktovriou 1978/October 1978 - with Mikis Theodorakis [1978]

  • O Agnostos Theos (Strange God) [1970]

  • Oi Magalyteres Epityhies Tou (His Greatest Hits)

  • Ouranio Toxo (Rainbow)

  • Prasino fos (Green Light) [1973]

  • Sti Megali Leoforo (On the Broad Avenue)

  • Stratos Dionysiou/Ta zebekika tou Grigori kai tou Stratou (with Stratos Dionysiou)

  • Ta Afthentika No.2 [1984]

  • Apo tous thisayrous ton 45 Strofon (with Vicky Moscholiou)

  • Tragoudia apo tis 45 Srtrofes


Biography

Bithikotsis was born in Peristeri, Athens, in 1922 to a poor family. He became interested in music at an early age, and acquired a bouzouki as soon as he was able. At first, he had to hide the instrument at a friend's house and practice in secret, as his father disapproved of the new rembetiko style that had captured his son's interest.

He met composer Mikis Theodorakis in 1959 and the two collaborated producing folk songs. Bithikotsis composed over 80 songs, including: Stu Belami to ouzeri and Tou Votanikou o magas. He possessed a rich singing voice with which he performed his own compositions and those of Theodorakis, who frequently chose his friend Grigoris to perform his masterpieces. The two contributed greatly to the then-emerging laika style of Greek music.

A leftist, he was exiled to the island of Makronisos in the 1950s during the reign of King Paul.

Throughout his life, Bithikotsis performed frequent concerts at numerous venues, including one in Athens upon the occasion of his eightieth birthday. He died in Athens, in 2005, following three months of hospitalization. His funeral was attended by thousands, including representatives of all the Greek political parties.


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