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Pharaway Sounds

  • 01. Gün Ola Devran Döne (1971)
    02. Leylim Leylim (1972)
    03. Anadolu?yum (1972 & 1975)
    04. Tutamadim Ellerini (1973)
    05. Insan miyim Mahluk muyum Ot muyum (1974)
    06. Anadolu?yum ?75 a.k.a. Akin var Akin (1975)
    07. Askin Olmadigi Yerde (1974)
    08. Köroglu Daglari (1973)
    09. Bacin Önde Ben Arkada (1973)
    10. Haberin Var mi (1974)
    11. Kör Pencere (1974)
    12. Dar Agaci (1975)
    13. Gözlerinden Bellidir (1972)
    14. Koyverdin Gittin Beni (1973)
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    KIZILOK, FIKRET

    Anadolu'yum

    [engl] What if Bob Dylan was also a dentist, and then he hired Keith Emerson to play keyboards on songs he wrote for a play? It happened in Istanbul, friends. Turkish folk singer Fikret Kizilok started out balancing his interest in the toothy arts with playing rhythm guitar in a Beatles knock- off band. He quickly gave both up for more serious acoustic songwriting, unveiling aged melodies and florid picking that evoked the long history of the hilly Turkish countryside. In the early 70s, while trying to recover from a period of mourning, Kizilok also hired an electric & very splashy backing band, and started throwing in prog flute and ritzy Doorsish organ rips. This collection of singles from 1971- 75 lets you taste each of Kiziloks and Anatolias many moods.
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    CD
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    Genre
    Sixties / Psychedelic
    Preis
    15,00 EUR
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  • 01. Mesafeler
    02. Askimiz bitecek
    03. Yagmur
    04. Silinmeyen hatiralar
    05. Istemem
    06. Sana birseyler olmus
    07. Seni her gördügümde
    08. Aska inanmiyorum
    09. Anma arkadas
    10. Saskin
    11. Eyvah
    12. Fesuphanallah
    13. Sevince
    14. Estarabim
    15. Arap saçi
    16. Komsu kizi
    17. Timbilli
    18. Neden böyle
    19. Ilahi morluk
    20. Senden ayri
    21. Züleyha
    22. Hop hop gelsin
    23. Yine yalnizim
    24. Köprüden geçti gelin
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    KORAY, ERKIN

    Arap Saçi

    [engl] Master of the fuzz saz, Turkeys answer to Eric Clapton brings burly axe attacks to the snakey folk melodies of Anatolia. Long proven to cause just the brain- rot you?re looking for, heres a Koray collection of tracks taken from singles and LPs for your acid- drenched pleasure. The guitar slinger who was once stabbed for wearing his hair too long around the streets of Istanbul interweaves melodies as old as the ruins of Ephesus with the riffs of Black Sabbath & his own souped- up baglama. Find out why they call him Erkin Baba.
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    DoLP
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    Genre
    Sixties / Psychedelic
    Preis
    29,90 EUR
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  • 01. Karli daglar
    02. Sir
    03. Hele yar
    04. Korkulu rüya
    05. Yalnizlar rihtimi
    06. Cemalim
    07. Inat
    08. Türkü
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    KORAY, ERKIN

    Elektronik Türküler

    [engl] Technically his 2nd lp after a collection of singles, this benchmark record from 1974 taught Istanbuls musicians & pop fans how to put Turkish folk songs from the 17th century together with meaty, thundering guitar solos. With a crack bass player by his side (Ahmet Güvenç from Bunalim & Baris Mancos Kurtalan Ekspres) & an electrified baglama in his hands, Erkin Koray lets his gloomy baritone voice float over wiry double- reed melodies, bulging riffs, & hammer- ons that go on for- friggin- ever. Savagery begins at home people, so make sure you get a physical copy of the best record by the Turkish Hendrix into your house. Gatefold cover, 180g vinyl, insert with linernotes.
    Format
    LP
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    Genre
    Sixties / Psychedelic
    Preis
    19,90 EUR
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