Cyprus is hardly a superpower in music: there are no real big stars from the island and in Eurovision it has never managed to win, despite receiving those 'douze points' from Greece almost every time. In 1987, Alexia Vassiliou represented the country with this very decent pop song, 'Aspro-mavro'. The title means 'black and white'. The lyric describes how a girl remembers a man she saw on a train - but she can only bring the memory back by playing the piano.
At the close of voting, the song had received 80 points, placing 7th in a field of 22 competitors.
My collection: 7" single no. 5758 Found: Record fair, Utrecht, April 11, 2015 Cost: 1 euro Tracks: 'Aspro-mavro' / 'Please me lover'