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Erkin Koray - Untitled download mp3 album
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Psychedelic Rock
Released:
2005
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Turkey
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Erkin Koray is the first studio album by Turkish rock musician Erkin Koray. The album is a collection of singles dating from 1967 - 1973. In 2006 the album was rereleased on CD, with 8 bonus tracks, by World Psychedelia Ltd. 'Çiçek Dagi' (Mountain of Flowers) was originally performed by the Erkin Koray Dörtlüsü Quartet at the Altin Mikrofon (Golden Microphone) contest in 1968, at which, they won fourth place

Erkin Koray ‎– Untitled.

INFO: Erkin Koray is the first full length album by Turkish rock star Erkin Koray. 'Çiçek Dagi' (Mountain of Flowers) was originally performed by the Erkin Koray Dörtlüsü Quartet at the Altin Mikrofon (Golden Microphone) contest in 1968, at which, they won fourth place. Sana Birşey Olmuş' (Something Has Happened to You) is a cover of the song "Land of a Thousand Dances" in Turkish.

A great compilation from 1973-1976. Most of the tracks were not included in Erkin's original LPs and also other compilations issued so fa.

Erkin Koray has been in the Turkish rock music scene since the early 1960s. By the late 1960s, he was already a major figure in Turkish psychedelic music (also called as Anatolian Rock), beginning with his first psychedelic single "Anma Arkadaş" in 1967. In the early 1970s, he formed the group Ter with the former members of Grup Bunalım (also known as Bunalımlar).

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Erkin Koray (self titled album), the first full-length album by Turkish rock star Erkin Koray. Ferhunde Erkin (1909–2007), Turkish pianist born in Istanbul. Ulvi Cemal Erkin (1906–1972), member of the pioneer group of symphonic composers in Turkey. Privacy Terms of Use Contact About.

Album by Erkin Koray. was sampled in. Kobwebz by GonjaSufi (2010). Yagmur by Karakan (1997). Silinmeyen Hatıralar.

Çiçek Dagi' (Mountain of Flowers) was originally performed by the Erkin Koray Dörtlüsü Quartet at the Altin Mikrofon (Golden Microphone) contest in 1968, at which, they won fourth place. The songs 'Nihansin Dideden' (You are Hidden From Sight), 'Istemem' (I Don't Want), and 'Köperüden Geçti Gelin' (The Bride Crossed Over The Bridge) were recorded by Koray and his band Yeralti Dörtlüsü (The Underground Quartet).

Tracklist

1 Sana Birşeyler Olmuş
2 Seni Her Gördügümde
3 Aşka Inanmiyorum
4 Kizlarida Alin Askere
5 Senden Ayri
6 Silinmeyen Hatiralar
7 Mesafeler
8 Aşkimiz Bitecek
9 Yagmur
10 Anma Arkadaş
11 Nihansin Dideden
12 Hop Hop Gelsin
13 Ilahi Morluk
14 Yalnizlar Rihtimi
15 Aşk Oyunu
16 Kiskanirim

Credits

  • Producer – Şahin Sögütoglu*

Notes

Reissue of 1973 7"-compilation album with four bonustracks, though no info on which tracks these are is given.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CD • 002 Erkin Koray Erkin Koray ‎(CD, Comp) İstanbul Plak CD • 002 Turkey 1995
012, 11915 RAPAK Erkin Koray Erkin Koray Vol-1 ‎(Cass, Comp) İstanbul Plak, Raks Super Stereo 012, 11915 RAPAK Turkey Unknown
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Bonus tracks are supposedly the last four, the rest 12 tracks being found in the same order in the cassette version (titled "Erkin Koray Vol. 1") released two years earlier (1993), the last 4 tracks being the first 3 from a-side and first track from b-side of its companion release "Erkin Koray Vol. 2". Unfortunately the rest of the tracks found in Vol. 2 did not make it onto CD, at least here in Turkey. Other than an acoustic (and previously unreleased) version of "Yalnizlar Rihtimi" here, there were 2 other previously unreleased tracks (a discarded track called "Sevildigimiz Icin Severiz" and a different take of "Dost Aci Soyler" which was released on a single in 1974), along with other single tracks from the same 1967-1973 period.Though this release seems very much like a CD edition (or "reissue") of Erkin Koray's (unathorised) debut compilation album, due to the fact that most of the tracks overlap (even Rate Your Music lists this CD edition as one of the issues of the 1973 compilation) and the label is the same, but in reality it's a different compilation. In fact, only "Istemem" and "Cicek Dagi" from the original LP are missing from this release, both of which were found, again, on Vol. 2 cassette. It would have been great if Istanbul Plak released the rest of the ~10 tracks in Vol. 2, along with other singles which did not make it onto the cassettes (most of which are now to be found on a plethora of CD and vinyl releases from all over the world) as a companion piece to this CD, or as a sequel..."Senden Ayri", "Hop Hop Gelsin", "Yalnizlar Rihtimi", "Aşk Oyunu" & "Kiskanirim" are the only tracks from this compilation which are not found in the "real" reissue of Erkin Koray's self-titled debut, published by World Psychedelia Ltd. (http://www.discogs.com/Erkin-Koray-Erkin-Koray/release/3244091 ). To make matters more complicated, all of those tracks are found as "bonus tracks" in the World Psychedelia reissue of (confusingly titled) "Erkin Koray 2" (http://www.discogs.com/Erkin-Koray-2/release/2602165 ). Confusing, because the original ten tracks comprising the original "Erkin Koray 2" album are single tracks from a totally different period (1974-1976) and more importantly, in a totally different style! If you're confused already, it takes only one listen of the main album (and comparison with the bonus tracks) for it to make sense.Buy those two WP compilations if you can to have a (somewhat) comprehensive Erkin Koray collection from this period (1967-1973). This CD is only good as a curio, and maybe also worth for the Aptülika-drawn cover art (https://tr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abd%C3%BClkadir_El%C3%A7io%C4%9Flu sorry no info in English). Otherwise don't bother.