Me tis tsepes adeianes

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Panagiotis Kounadis mentions about the song (2010, 15: 13-14):
"The great global economic crisis of 1929 also affected the Greeks of America who suffered greatly. Among them was the great singer Marika Papagkika, who lost all her fortune, fell into depression and virtually retired from discography and from appearing on stage until her death in 1942.
Giorgos Katsaros conveyed with bitter humor the climate of the crisis in his song 'Me tis tsepes adeianes', where he attributed responsibilities to the then president Herbert Hoover. [...]
In Greece, the consequences of the crisis were not so painful for the workers and the Greek people. Two songs with references to the crisis were recorded at the time: the song 'Zoi ein’ afti Zoitsa mou' by Antonis Diamantidis or Ntalgka with Rita Ampatzi (Columbia DG-448, Athens, December 1933) and the song 'I krisis' by Kostas Roukounas (Parlophon B-21668, Athens, 1933)."
See 
here for more information on the lyrics of the song.

Author (Composer):
Lyrics by:
Katsaros (Theologitis) Giorgos
Singer(s):
Katsaros (Theologitis) Giorgos
Orchestra-Performers:
Guitar [Katsaros (Theologitis) Giorgos]
Recording date:
1934
Recording location:
New York
Language(s):
Greek
Publisher:
Columbia (USA)
Catalogue number:
56345-F
Matrix number:
206624
Duration:
4:35
Item location:
Kounadis Archive Record Library
Physical description:
12 in. (30 cm)
Source:
Kounadis Archive
ID:
Col_56345_MeTisTsepesAdianes
Licensing:
cc
Reference link:
Kounadis Archive, "Me tis tsepes adeianes", 2019, https://vmrebetiko.gr/en/item-en?id=4156

Panagiotis Kounadis mentions about the song (2010, 15: 13-14):
"The great global economic crisis of 1929 also affected the Greeks of America who suffered greatly. Among them was the great singer Marika Papagkika, who lost all her fortune, fell into depression and virtually retired from discography and from appearing on stage until her death in 1942.
Giorgos Katsaros conveyed with bitter humor the climate of the crisis in his song 'Me tis tsepes adeianes', where he attributed responsibilities to the then president Herbert Hoover. [...]
In Greece, the consequences of the crisis were not so painful for the workers and the Greek people. Two songs with references to the crisis were recorded at the time: the song 'Zoi ein’ afti Zoitsa mou' by Antonis Diamantidis or Ntalgka with Rita Ampatzi (Columbia DG-448, Athens, December 1933) and the song 'I krisis' by Kostas Roukounas (Parlophon B-21668, Athens, 1933)."
See 
here for more information on the lyrics of the song.

Author (Composer):
Lyrics by:
Katsaros (Theologitis) Giorgos
Singer(s):
Katsaros (Theologitis) Giorgos
Orchestra-Performers:
Guitar [Katsaros (Theologitis) Giorgos]
Recording date:
1934
Recording location:
New York
Language(s):
Greek
Publisher:
Columbia (USA)
Catalogue number:
56345-F
Matrix number:
206624
Duration:
4:35
Item location:
Kounadis Archive Record Library
Physical description:
12 in. (30 cm)
Source:
Kounadis Archive
ID:
Col_56345_MeTisTsepesAdianes
Licensing:
cc
Reference link:
Kounadis Archive, "Me tis tsepes adeianes", 2019, https://vmrebetiko.gr/en/item-en?id=4156

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