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Ferdi Tayfur Vinyl, CD & Tape 2 Items

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Ferdi Tayfur - Kurtuldum
Ferdi Tayfur
LP | 1985 | EU | Reissue (Türküola)
21,99 €*
Release:1985 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie, Electronic / Dance
Ferdi Tayfur-Kurtuldum Ferdi Tayfur is one of the best figures in the World of arabesque in Turkey. Arabesque is a musical genre like the Laiko of Greek people which combines folk and Middle Eastern elements with usually a western harmonization. In those days Tayfur was making collaborations with eclectic musical geniuses such as Özer Şenay and Mustafa Sayan. The LP is from 1985 when analogue recording and one take sessions were in place in Turkish musical industry. Therefore the LP reflects the innocent days of arabesque and popular music in Turkey. The experiments were at their peak in the album. You can even hear an upbeat drum beats accompanied by the signature grieving singing of Ferdi Tayfur. The music is fantastic, the cover is fantastic, the period which the LP captures the soul is fabolous. Enjoy with Türküola Quality !!!
Ferdi Tayfur - Aksam Günesi
Ferdi Tayfur
Aksam Günesi
LP | 1981 | EU | Reissue (Türküola)
21,99 €*
Release:1981 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Ferdi Tayfur – Akşam Güneşi Türküola reissues its 1981 dated Ferdi Tayfur album Akşam Güneşi (The Evening Sun) with its traditional quality and the definitive cover art. The album is mostly consisted of the works of Ferdi Tayfur dated 1972 to 1975. The tracks are mostly released as singles and were also used in Tayfur’s self-titled album released in 1974. Tayfur is well known arabesque singer and composer who uses extensive amount of western harmony, instruments and in some tracks are even inspired from the golden age of psychedelic rock. These compositions are widely covered by Anatolian Rock singers such as Gülden Karaböcek. What you will hear in this album is a crazy eclectic stuff of Latin, arabesque, rock and delirious Farfisa organs. Enjoy!
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