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Published on Jul 30, 2010
Αντώνης Λιβιεράτος (Antonis Livieratos) is a greek musician.
He was "officially" involved with music for the first time in 1982 when he as a keybordist and Vagelis Boulouhtsis as a bassist co-establish in Ioannina, Greece, the nowadays cult band "Chapter 24", ("Κεφάλαιο 24" in Greek, named after Syd Barrett's song by the same name). Their first album (following a couple of independent home- produced cassettes), "Tin Invaders" in 1988 features lyrics in English and despite the avant-garde reputation of the band, is definitely pop- oriented. In 1989 the original duo grows into a quartet with the addition of guitarist Periklis Boulouhtsis and drummer Yannis Mitsis and moves from Ioannina to Livieratos' hometown, Athens. This second line-up is featured in the instrumental album "To Evretirio ton Simptoseon" ("Index of Coincidences") recorded between 1989 and 1991. After Mitsis' departure in 1992 the band remains a trio. After a long period of virtual inactivity, Chapter 24 returned on stage for two concerts to celebrate their 20th anniversary (May 2002).
In the meantime, since 1992, Livieratos teaming-up with guitarist- fellow composer Sotiris Debonos has become involved in scoring for films and theatrical plays. The only sample of their common activity available as a record until now, is the enhanced-CD "Tou Harou ta Dontia" ("Jaws of Death") featuring the Livieratos- Debonos soundtrack along with a full-lengthed CD-ROM version of the Kyriakos Hatzimichailidis' awarded short film by the same title.