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Which CD you suggest me to by?

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Unfortunately,I don't have the most of Dalaras CDs

I only have:Asfaltos pou trexei,Thessaloniki-Giannena,Gia ta tragoudia ego fteo,Ta tragoudia mou,Radar and Kindineuei i Ellas.Which two you suggest me to buy?

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Stolis,

I think "Mikra Asia" and "50 Hronia Rempetiko Tragoudi" are essential for a Dalaras Starter :razz:  :razz:  :razz:  :D  :D  :D

S Gursu

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If I had those you mention and I also needed to buy 2 CDs, I would buy Sergiani ston kosmo and Metoikos.

However, I could also buy decades of others... :razz:

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I would like to explain that I have listened all the songs of "Mikra Asia","50 xronia rebetiko",Natane to 21",George Dalaras","Ta tragoudia mas","Sta psila ta parathiria","Mikres Polities"since my cousin is a Dalara's fun and he has a lot of CDs and LPs of Dalaras.  ;)

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Stolis, I remember asking the same question, on this same forum, sometime in July. I owned two Dalaras cd's then. And wasn't buying more than eight or ten cd's, grand total, in a year. I just went and counted my Dalaras collection, and don't know whether to laugh or cry...

Stolis, my second best advice is: DON'T START, it's addictive.

But since it's most probably too late already for you, here is my very best advice:

Το Ελληκό πρόσωπο του Γιώργιου Νταλάρα

with either

Μικρα Ασια or Σεργιανι στον κοσμο.

Enjoy.

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I have a good advice for you: Το μουσικό κουτί

and then Τα χρώματα του χρόνου 1 and 2 of course

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Francois, I'm glad you do like this CD!!! It's perhaps the BEST CD Dalaras  has recorded!!! ;) and my favorite!!! :cool:

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It is unbelieveble but some members don't understand greece! :mad:  :mad:

Please, Franz, could you explain to us what you mean by this sentence?

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