Singles and Music Videos
"Doro Theou" Doro Theou is the first single of the album. This song is dedicated to Garbi's son, Dimitris, when she was pregnant. The videoclip is dericted by Giorgos Gkavalos. There is virtually no scene that Garbi's body is shown. The shooting of videoclip and of cover of album took place together. Doro Theou is written by Giorgos Theoufanous (music) and Gioula Georgiou (lyrics). It was released on 23rd June 1999, the same day that her album was released.
"Agkyres" Agkyres is the second single of the album and was released in August 1999. It is a cover of 1971's Turkish hit "Iste hendek, iste deve". Music is by Savvas Angin and Greek lyrics by Eleni Giannatsoulia. The videoclip was veered on a Greek island and it's like a dedication to traditional Greek summer. The direction is by Giorgos Gkavalos. On this clip, Garbi's body is hidden too.
"Aponomi dikaiosinis" Aponomi dikaiosinis is the third and the last single and videoclip from the album and it was released in October 1999. The direction of videoclip is by Giorgos Gkavalos too. This clip is the only from this album that shows Garbi's body. The song is written by Giorgos Theofanous (lyrics) and Gioula Georgiou (music).
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