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Artist: KARACA, CEM
Title: Nem Kaldi?
Format: CD
Label: Pharaway Sounds
Country: Spain
Price: $18.00
"Cem Karaca announces his intent to slay all enemies of Istanbuls leftist counterculture with stompin prog keyboards. Sophisticated and passionate, with flamboyant taste in sunglasses, Cem Karaca led Istanbuls music fans through a period of violent political turmoil. Karaca reworked traditional folk lyrics with molten electric bass lines that played up both a poets broiling righteousness and also his listeners common ground with their elders in Turkeys history. 1975s Nem Kaldi? gathers more 60s-70s singles that lead the listener through Karacas own musical history, skipping across various collaborations. Sink deeper into the intrigue both musical & otherwise as fractious personnel changes & real-life assassins multiply, yet the double-time drums & badass synthesizer schwings pound on." - Pharaway Sounds.

Artist: KARACA, CEM
Title: Resimdeki Gözyalar
Format: LP
Label: Turkuola
Country: USA
Price: $35.00
"Legendary Turkish rock musician and instigator of the Anatolian rock movement, Cem Karaca was one of the most important rock singers in Turkey during the 1970s alongside the likes of Erkin Koray, Edip Akbayram and Selda. In addition to his poetic and politically charged solo work -- which at one point led the Turkish government to issue a warrant for his arrest -- he also produced and managed Bunalim, one of the most well-known underground rock groups, and created some of the most unforgettable Turkish psych as a member of bands like Apaşlar, Moğollar, and Kardaslar (who recorded 1971s "Ottoman Pop Musical" Püsküllü Moruk). Hes previously been featured on the Turkish Psychedelic Music installment of QDKs classic Love, Peace & Poetry series as well as DJ Fabyos brilliant Anatolia Rocks collection, but this mysterious compilation digs even deeper with an array of late-60s to mid-70s cuts, all of which are absolutely killer. He is also without a doubt one of the most attractive dudes in the 70s Anatolian rock music scene." - Turkuola.
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