Giannis Aggelakas

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Giannis Aggelakas
Greek rock composer/singer Yannis Aggelakas (Γιάννης Αγγελάκας) performing live at Schoolwave 2007 fest.
Greek rock composer/singer Yannis Aggelakas (Γιάννης Αγγελάκας) performing live at Schoolwave 2007 fest.
Background information
Birth nameGiannis Aggelakas (Γιάννης Αγγελάκας)
Born (1959-10-30) 30 October 1959 (age 62)
Thessaloniki, Greece
GenresPost-punk, Experimental rock
Occupation(s)Singer-songwriter
InstrumentsVocals, guitar
Years active1983–present
LabelsAll Together Now
Websitehttp://www.alltogethernow.gr

Giannis Aggelakas (Greek: Γιάννης Αγγελάκας) is a Greek singer, songwriter, and poet.[1] Best known as the former lead singer of the Greek rock band Trypes, he maintains a productive solo career since 2000 having experimented with Greek folk music and collaborated with artists like Thanassis Papakonstantinou and Psarantonis. From 2004 onwards, he maintains his own record label, All together Now releasing his personal albums from there.

Discography[edit]

For Giannis Aggelakas' releases with the rock group Trypes, see Trypes#Discography

  • 1993 Υπέροχο τίποτα (Beautiful Nothing), (Virgin)
  • 2000 Χώμα & νερό (Earth & Water)
  • 2003 Ο χαμένος τα παίρνει όλα (The Loser Takes It All) (soundtrack), Hitch Hyke Records, All Together Now (reissue)
  • 2005 Οι ανάσες των λύκων (The Breaths of the wolves), All Together Now
  • 2005 Από 'δω και πάνω (From now on), All Together Now
  • 2007 Πότε θα φτάσουμε εδώ (When are we getting here), All Together Now
  • 2009 Ψυχή Βαθιά (Soul Deep), (soundtrack) All Together Now
  • 2013 Η Γελαστή Ανηφόρα (The smiling uphill), All Together Now

References[edit]

  1. ^ "ΓΙΑΝΝΗΣ ΑΓΓΕΛΑΚΑΣ "Πιστεύω μόνο στη χημεία των ανθρώπων"". To Vima. 2 October 2010. Retrieved 23 October 2012.