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суббота, 18 ноября 2017 г.

Barış Manço / Kurtalan Ekspres ‎– Sakla Samanı Gelir Zamanı 1976

1 Hal Hal
2 Gönül Dağı
3 Nazar Eyle
4 Hey Koca Topçu
5 Vur Ha Vur
6 Dön Desem Dönermisin?
7 Gülme Ha Gülme
8 Ben Bilirim
9 Ölüm Allahın Emri
10 Kalk Gidelim Küheylan
11 Lambaya Püf De
12 İşte Hendek İşte Deve
13 Rezil Dede
14 Eğri Büğrü
1976
This is a compilation of some of the Yavuz singles released between 1972 and 1976. 

In the beginning Kurtulan Express still featured Hammond & Moog-player Murat Ses (besides, he had also been in Mogolar, in Edip Akbayran group, and had a more pronounced place in his own band Agri Dagi Erfanesi). His approach gives immediately a special touch on “Gцnьl Dagi”, which also features an Arabesque orchestration in addition to the keyboards, drumming and electric bass accompaniment.

The sound on the tracks sounds very matured, very Turkish, often with a powerful electric touch to it as well. There are different things happening in the music here. We even have a firework with shouts and responds on “Hey Koca Topcu”. The album might have had a bigger production, hence the few extra Arabesque orchestral touches, which are a nice addition. “Vur Ha Vur” has a popular pop/rock rhythm drive, while being enriched by keyboards and electric guitar surprises and funky elements too, some small brass arrangements and some solos. “Dцn Desem Dцnermisin?” sounds also very self-assured and is a bit more like popular music already, but this doesn’t spoil the album. The small contributions of Murat, the complex workout of the rhythms, the sad-attractive Turkish melodies and the extra touches with electric Turkish violin, work very well. “Ben Belirim” could be taken out for it’s attractive song rhythm, which is being improvised with a second theme and layer with Moog here and there. (-Note that there still exist a second version that was released on tape later-). Some tracks are very rooted in Turkish (folk) music, but still ar




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