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Old 04-05-2015, 10:01 AM   #61 (permalink)
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Candan Erçetin. She was born on 1963 in Kırklareli, Turkey. She released her first album "Hazırım" in 1995. She was loved in a short span of time. Her songs are very touching, i like them.





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Old 04-06-2015, 05:02 AM   #62 (permalink)
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I'd like to introduce you to Gökhan Kırdar. Gökhan Kırdar born on 1970, in Aydın, Turkey. He studied architecture in 1988. However he tended to music and released his first album on 1994. His first album title was Serseri Mayın (its meaning, floating mine). Also he made soundtracks. 'Yerine Sevemem' and 'Üstüme Basıp Geçme Yar' are his most popular songs in Turkey. That two songs are touching and gloomy.

This song about man that he missed his old flame. Yerine Sevemem meaning, "There is nothing like you. My only lover is/was you. I can love nobody except you no longer. I love nobody but you..."
Gökhan Kırdar - Yerine Sevemem (Dailymotion - Original version)

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Üstüme Basıp Geçme Yar. This song about man that he isn't loved by his girlfriend no longer.


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Old 04-06-2015, 07:58 PM   #63 (permalink)
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I really liked the Nausea book that you wrote, Sartre, but I found your Iron In The Soul trilogy a little too demanding !!

Thank you again for sharing your musical tastes with us. You are very enthusiastic, but for most occasions one or two clips per artist is sufficient, I suspect.

I´m going to go back and check some of your recommendations, especially the folk one, but for the moment this one caught my eye when I read your introduction:-

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Üstüme Basıp Geçme Yar. This song about man that he isn't loved by his girlfriend no longer.
.................................................. .................................................. .........[ ^ been there, done that says lisnaholic!!



Enjoy!
Yes, it´s a nice, sad song and I like the acoustic guitar playing.

Thanks, Sartre !
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Old 04-07-2015, 04:43 AM   #64 (permalink)
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I'm glad you liked my works, I'll try to write less demanding next time

Thank you too for your interest. Yes, I much desired to sharing. I'll try to share as you say next

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^ been there, done that says lisnaholic!!
So you more was impressed by this song. If you knew these songs lyric meaning (completely) you'd more impressed.

i'm glad you like it. Yes, the guitar arpeggio is really nice. (In addition) Lute (Turkish: Ud) is played this songs introduction. And the lute is used commonly in Turkish art music.

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Let us get into action today I'll introduce to you crazy girl in Turkish rock music. She name is Özlem Tekin. She is ebullient one.

This song about feminist girl. She says, I overcame the difficulties. But who the h*ll are you, i'll been defeated by you? (She mean her boyfriend).

Dağları Deldim


She cheated her boyfriend. (She says) But yet, is the love forgive everything (all the happenings)? Is the power of love almighty?

Aşk Her Şeyi Affeder mi?


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Old 04-07-2015, 09:34 AM   #65 (permalink)
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One more sharing for today .

I'd like introduce to you a very different band. This band name is Gevende. Gevende is established on 2000 in Eskişehir (my hometown ), Turkey. Gevendes music genre can be named psychedelic folk or jazz rock. Band released their first album "Ev/Home" on 2006. And They released their second album "Sen Balık Değilsin Ki/You are No Fish" in the beginning of 2011. Gevende worked together Norwegian guitarist Eivind Aarset in this album. Their songs lyrics haven't a definite language. The language that they use language is completely extemporisation. But Song that it is called as Nayu was vocalized read backward. Namely, Nayu = Uyan. Uyan meanings wake up. such a thing: ekaw pu = wake up

Live at St. Antuan Catholic Church (In Istanbul)


Nayu (ekaw pu )


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Old 04-08-2015, 04:02 AM   #66 (permalink)
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Yaşar Kurt is a rock singer. He did his first studio recording in Germany, on 1993. And then he recorded his first album on 1994, in Germany. This album was released in Turkey, on 1994. He worked as factory labourer, newspaper distributor, as well as musicianship. I'm going to share his popular two songs.

Kamyonlar Kavun Taşır (Trucks transport melon)
This songs lyrics come from a poem, written by Turkish poet Cahit Külebi. That song about a man that he realize reality of world. "I freed just like a little bird our home in Niksar. But then the world changed in a while. Air different, water different, soil different no longer..."


Korkuyorum Anne (Mom, I'm afraid)
This song about man that antiwar. The man afraid of killing someone in war. "They are giving me gun mom, and they says "kill". They says "lie on!" and they says "on your feet!" mom. They shoot me all to hell mom. They are deceiving mom too, thus don't watch television."


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Grup Yorum is a Turkish band. Grup Yorums music genres can be say as protest music and Turkish folk music (Türkü). Wikipedia: "The band has released twenty albums since 1987. Some of the group's concerts and albums were banned over the years, and some of the group members were allegedly arrested or tortured.

Grup Yorum has experienced political oppression. Group members have been arrested many times, and countless trials (approximately 400) have been opened for the members. Their albums have been seized by police and their concerts banned, but despite this Grup Yorum has been one of the top selling groups in the history of Turkey."

Uğurlama (Farewell)


Gündoğdu Marşı (The Gundogdu March)


Sevda Türküsü (Ballad of Love)


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Okay Temiz is a leading Turkish fusion jazz percussionist and drummer. He founded Turkish-Swedish jazz band called as Oriental Wind on 1974. He introduced Turkish (and the world) rhythm in many of European country.

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I'm glad you liked my works, I'll try to write less demanding next time
^ OK, thanks, J-P Sartre. Why don´t you write a detective story, or perhaps a romantic comedy? They´d sell better than all that existentialism!

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i'm glad you like it. Yes, the guitar arpeggio is really nice. (In addition) Lute (Turkish: Ud) is played this songs introduction. And the lute is used commonly in Turkish art music.
^ Now you mention it, I noticed the lute at the start - very nice.

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Let us get into action today I'll introduce to you crazy girl in Turkish rock music. She name is Özlem Tekin. She is ebullient one.

This song about feminist girl. She says, I overcame the difficulties. But who the h*ll are you, i'll been defeated by you? (She mean her boyfriend).

Dağları Deldim

^ Yes, she really is ebullient! She looks like she´s breaking about ten taboos a minute as well!

I really like the two Gevende tracks, especially the second, but the first, with the echoing church acoustics is good too. If they are from your hometown, perhaps you´ve seen them live?

Okay Temiz is great; I have a 1981 album called Bazaar by Oriental Wind (just in mp3 style, not original vinyl)
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OK, thanks, J-P Sartre. Why don´t you write a detective story, or perhaps a romantic comedy? They´d sell better than all that existentialism!
I don't interest money or popularity. All i care about art Yes, probably, they'd sell better

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I really like the two Gevende tracks, especially the second, but the first, with the echoing church acoustics is good too. If they are from your hometown, perhaps you´ve seen them live?
I'm pleased to that Unfortunately, I haven't the chance yet that I've seen them live. But, I'd would like to see them live. I guess, they perform in Europe too. Maybe before me you may see them live


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I'm glad to that you have a Okay Temizs album. It's good to he is listened in different part of the world.
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