Zeibekiko of Evdokia (Greek: Ζεϊμπέκικο της Ευδοκίας) is probably the most popular Greek Zeimbekiko. In the original version it's a solo Bouzouki instrumental.
Here in this version it's turned into a a sort of a Greek Blues. The Electric Guitar (with Distortion) and the Bouzouki appear to be on a 'bridge' (hence the name of the whole album. They talk to each in their own respective music languages, understanding perfectly each other.

The result is a natural and beautiful Fusion of Blues and Greek music.

the name Evdokia is a female name with Greek origin. It means: goodwill, good purpose, favor, pleasure, desire.


from Mostovi (1998), released February 1, 1998
Music by: Manolis Loizos
Arrangement by: Viktor Mastoridis
Synth/drums programming: Vlatko Georgiev
Guitar/bouzouki: Viktor Mastoridis
Музика: Манолис Лоизос
Аранжман: Виктор Масторидис
Синтисајзери/бубањ програмирање: Влатко Георгиев
Гитара/бузуки: Виктор Масторидис


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Viktor Mastoridis - Melodist London, UK

Viktor is a composer of music ranging from Rock and Hip-hop in ex-Yugoslavia to Greek & Balkan Neo-Folk and Blues Fusion in London, UK.
He sings and plays the guitar, bouzouki, bass, baglamas and tambura; including drum machine and midi sequencing.
Influenced by Peter Green, Santana, Clapton, Led Zeppelin and Deep Purple to Dalaras, Tsitsanis, Nikola Badev, Smak & Yu Grupa
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