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Complementing the release was "Reasons Unknown (When You're Gone") which was a tear-jerker if ever there were one!Demis joined this scene playing bass with The Idols and We Five.Other bands of this era included The Charms, The Sounds and perhaps more importantly Vangelis Papathanassiou's band, The Forminx.Demis' first solo album was "On the Greek Side of My Mind" which was also titled "Fire and Ice" on the French release.The album featured Lucas Sideras and Silver Koulouris of Aphrodite's Child, Michel Ripoche on violin, with lyrics by Boris Bergman, another Aphrodite's Child alumni.1979 saw the release of "Universum", remarkable in that it was recorded and released in four languages (French, German, Italian and Spanish).
Demis made an at-the-time uncredited appearance on Vangelis' "Blade Runner" soundtrack, offering up ethereal Arabic-inspired vocals on "Tales from the Future".
1976's "Happy to Be …" provided some hidden treasures such as "Mary Was an Only Child", "Funny Man" and "Lovely Love De Paris", which was written and arranged by the French composer Francis Lai ("Bilitis", "Love Story") with his arranger Jean Musy ("Chanel Solitaire").
1977 saw Demis and Vangelis teaming up for the "Magic" album, on which there were some inspired moments.
Roussos was best known for his solo hits in the 1970s and 1980s, including 'Goodbye', 'Forever and Ever', and 'Quand je t'aime'.
He was also a member of progressive rock group Aphrodite's Child, which also included Vangelis.
Artemios (Demis) Ventouris Roussos was born in Alexandria, Egypt on June 15, 1946.