Dimitra Galani

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Dimitra Galani
Born (1952-11-14) November 14, 1952 (age 65)
Athens, Greece
Genres Éntekhno, Greek New Wave, laiko
Occupation(s) Singer, composer, songwriter
Years active 1968-present

Dimitra Galani (born 1952 in Athens), is a Greek singer and composer.[1] Her career started in 1968, when she was 16 years old. Her first songs were creations of Dimos Moutsis and Nikos Gatsos and included in album Ena Hamogelo (a smile).[1] Subsequently, she participated in Manos Hatzidakis' album Tis Gis to Hrisafi, in 1971, singing six songs from twelve that had been included in album. In the same year, her first personal album released and was named Dimitra Galani. Next, she continued to cooperate with notable Greek composers. Apart from Manos Hatzidakis, she cooperated with Dimos Moutsis, Manos Loizos, Giorgos Hatzinasios, Giannis Spanos, Vassilis Tsitsanis, Mikis Theodorakis and others. Her discography is very rich and includes many successes. The last decades she also writes music. She has written the soundtracks for Greek television series and Greek films[2] and has won Arion award for the song Travas Skandali and the Prosopa award for the soundtrack of the film Taxim.[3]

Personal Discography[edit]

The list refers to her personal discography:[4][5][6][7]

  • 1971 Dimitra Galani (Δήμητρα Γαλάνη)
  • 1973 Dimitra Galani 2 (Δήμητρα Γαλάνη)
  • 1974 O Kampos (Ο κάμπος)
  • 1975 Leptomereies (Λεπτομέρειες)
  • 1978 M’ Agapouses Thymamai (Μ' αγαπούσες θυμάμαι)
  • 1979 Eikones (Εικόνες)
  • 1980 Ta Tragoudia tis Hhesinis Meras (Τα τραγούδια της χθεσινής μέρας)
  • 1981 Kala einai ki etsi (Καλά είναι κι έτσι)
  • 1982 Hairetismoi (Χαιρετισμοί)
  • 1983 Ateleiotos Dromos (Ατελείωτος δρόμος)
  • 1984 Kanonika (Κανονικά)
  • 1985 Mia Vradia m’ena Tragoudi (Μια βραδιά μ'ενα τραγούδι)
  • 1985 Hanomai Giati Remvazo (Χάνομαι γιατί ρεμβάζω)
  • 1986 Paihnidi gia Dyo (παιχνίδι για δύο)
  • 1988 Ex' Epafis (Εξ επαφής)
  • 1989 I Parastasi Arhizei (Η παράσταση αρχίζει)
  • 1990 Gia Piano kai Foni (Για πιάνο και φωνή)
  • 1991 Fos (Φως)
  • 1992 M’ Ena Glyko Anastenagmo (Μ'ενα γλυκό αναστεναγμό)
  • 1994& 1996 I Dimitra Galani sto Harama 1&2 (Η Δήμητρα Γαλάνη στο Χάραμα 1&2)
  • 1995 Anasa I Techni tis Kardias (Ανάσα η τέχνη της καρδιάς)
  • 1997 Ta Chartina (Τα χάρτινα)
  • 1998 Horos me ti Skia mou (Χορός με τη σκιά μου)
  • 1999 Na Meinoun Mono ta Tragoudia (Να μείνουν μόνο τα τραγούδια)
  • 2001 Meta (Μετά)
  • 2003 Tha to Metanioseis (Θα το μετανιώσεις)
  • 2004 Epi Skinis (Επί σκηνής)
  • 2004 To S’agapo Mporei (Το σ'αγαπώ μπορεί)
  • 2007 Dama Koupa (Ντάμα κούπα)
  • 2009 Pixel (Πίξελ)

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