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Selda - Yuh Yuh
Yuh Yuh
LP | 2015 | EU | Original (Türküola)
21,99 €*
Release:2015 / EU – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Reissue of German cassette release as vinyl after nearly 40 years. The songs are from the various singles and the debut LP. The title song 'Yuh Yuh' is from Selda's 1977 'Dostum Dostum'/'Yuh Yuh' single. Most of the songs are performed with the Anatolian Rock super group Dadaslar who are known for their works with Ersen. The group consists of Fehiman Ugurdemir (guitars and synthesizer, former Cem Karaca & Kardaslar guitarist), Ozkan Ugur ((bass, former Baris Manço guitarist) and Mehmet Gözüpek (former drummer of Bunalim) and creates a powerful groove with their psychedelic arrangements.
Selda - Selda
LP | 1979 | US | Reissue (Pharaway Sounds)
21,84 €* 22,99 € -5%
Release:1979 / US – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Imagine if Julia Child had marched against Vietnam, stood on the steps of the Pentagon & placed a flower in a gun barrel. Selda Bağcan's later records have that same cross of easygoing motherly warmth & righteous anger.This 1979 album (technically her 4th, although 6 of these songs were also released on her 3rd), was recorded when Turkey was at its most politically polarized. Selda was sentenced to a total of over 500 years in prison right about the time it came out. A pile of acoustic guitars & bağlamas all going off at once under a blanket of reverb, with lyrics about blood, wood, mountains, families, and desperate troubles, so it's a thick squirt for a folk album. Selda's voice can either be sultry or really surge with emotion, and when she does belt one, it's oddly high & completely unique. Her reward was the love of Turkey's people, but also 9 trials and 3 prison terms from the right wing military government of the 80s.Remastered sound, insert / booklet with liner notes.
Selda - Vurulduk Ey Halkim Unutma Bizi
Vurulduk Ey Halkim Unutma Bizi
LP | 1977 | US | Reissue (Pharaway Sounds)
22,99 €*
Release:1977 / US – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
There were female Turkish folk singers before Selda Bağcan, but none whose hot-blooded voice carried such righteously angry words & none who also accompanied themselves on guitar. She began her career singing at her brothers' Beethoven nightclub in Ankara while she went to school for physics during the day.Her 1st album had help from the cream of the crazy Istanbul pop scene, and cuts from the same sessions were also released on this 2nd one. While the direction is folky overall, there's fuzz, zooming synthesizers, and heavy flute to be foundWhen Selda performed the title track in 1977 in a coastal town not far from Istanbul, her protest lyrics, though taken from an old poem, got her heckled by audience members who screamed that she should go back to Moscow! Find out why this brawny mama couldn't be stopped by a military government that put her on trial 9 times, and could call herself the bitter voice of the Turkish people.Remastered sound, insert / booklet with liner notes.
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