For people who like 70's funk, psychrock and etc.!
Turkey is a goldmine for this kind of music. A lot of artists blended classical turk instruments with the trends of the time, and the results are astonishing. I'm a huge fan of Selda Bagcan, Cem Karaca, Baris Manco and artists like them. Listening to and translating songs is also a good way to learn Turkish.

Here's a little of what I'm talking about! I can't post links yet, so you will have to youtube them yourselves.

Selda Bagcan - Ince Ince

Cem Karaca - Islak Islak

Baris Manco - Gönül Dagi

That's a little to get you start digging!

If you like it I can post alot more, trust me :)
 

tosmur

Member
For people who like 70's funk, psychrock and etc.!
Hope these are the right links

[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vL3raxfj1oo]selda- Ince Ince Bir Kar Yagar - YouTube[/ame]




[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sVhsRROtqRU]CEM KARACA - ISLAK ISLAK - YouTube[/ame]





[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tUzCUdEjCdY]Bar?? Manço - Gönül Da?? - YouTube[/ame]
 

SametOrman

Zeytinburnu Çocuğu
For people who like 70's funk, psychrock and etc.!
I can suggest you to subscribe Anatolian Rock Revival on YouTube, they share a lot of songs like these.
 

motvation

Member
For people who like 70's funk, psychrock and etc.!
I can suggest you to subscribe Anatolian Rock Revival on YouTube, they share a lot of songs like these.

"A non-profit project, dedicated to bring the non-mainstream pieces from the Turkish Rock History into light with unique art works." Awesome suggestion!
 

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