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8 thoughts on “ Hasapiko - The Feenjon* - The Feenjon Goes Greek (Vinyl, LP)

  1. The Feenjon Group: Recorded Live at Cafe Feenjon; Fran FRS; 6: The Feenjon Group: The Feenjon Goes Greek; Monitor MFS 7: The Feenjon Group: Jerusalem of Gold; Monitor MFS 7: The Feenjon Group: An Evening at the Cafe Feenjon; Monitor MFS; 7: George Fenton/John Leach: India/Arabia; Bruton Music BRR-7 (43) 4.
  2. My husband and I frequently went to Café Feenjon back in the day, and loved it. This CD will put you in a great mood, as you listen to the heartfelt lively music. I had the album but don't use my stereo anymore, so decided to get the CD. This is great!/5(10).
  3. This is one of the most interesting psychedelic album's I've ever listened to. The Devil's Anvil was a very short lived raga/psych rock band in the later part of the 's led by Felix Pappalardi. Their only album Hard Rock From the Middle East is a mix of psychedelic rock and Turkish, Greek and Arad vocals.
  4. Jun 7, - Hasapiko - Greek Dance from slow (hasapiko) until fast style(hasaposerviko) Χασάπικο απο την Αείμνηστη Τζένη Καρέζη! Hasapiko, dancing the unforgettable Gre.
  5. Dec 18,  · GREEK DANCE (HASAPIKO SOUROMENOS) - Duration: Ira Weisburd , views. The Temptations Papa Was A Rolling Stone Single Version - Duration:
  6. It is usually danced in short lines of two to four persons, principally because of two reasons: 1) the Vari Hasapiko is freely interpreted by the leader with the remainder of the dancers following his lead by signals passed from hand to shoulder or by the leader's preparatory body actions, and 2) in addition, the dance has been a very personal.
  7. Feenjon: Monitor MFS LP: The Feenjon Goes Greek. Oso S'Agapo: Much as I Love You: Kaimos: Grief: Figeh: Go Away: Gypsy Sorrow: Pou Tha Vro Yineka: Where Will I Find A Woman Like You: Hasapiko: Mineh: Stay: Zorba: Mandoubla: A Girl's Name: Psaropoula: A Small Fishing Boat: Koula: Yerakina: A Girl's Name: America's Most Exciting Near.
  8. The Feenjon Goes Greek with four of the Feenjon regulars-joined by two special guest artists, who often Manny dedicates this LP), took him to "Greek Town." There, in the bouzoukee and belly-dance cabarets along into a spirited "Hasapiko-Serviko"-a tempo taken from.

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