A masterpiece of Turkish ethno-psychedelic freakbeat delight, recorded between 1970 and 1975 by the three very talented Hür El brothers; this, their second album, has the heavy hashish sound—fuzz guitar, empassioned vocals and Eastern percussion—that makes Turkish psych so savoury to the rest of the world.
Brother Feridun was clearly infected by a fuzz virus: his two-arm guitar (one for guitar, one for saz) will give you no rest; more drums than percussion this time around, with the end result an astounding blend of psychedelic rock with Turkish tradition, thanks to the abundant distorted fuzz guitar and electric saz.
The end result is Middle Eastern-ized rock with acid fuzz guitar and electric piano, plus Eastern ethnic percussion and stringed instruments, and emotive vocals in Turkish—very possibly as good as anything recorded by countryman Erkin Koray.
This very rare album is now available again on vinyl with remastered sound from the original mastertapes.
Includes an insert with detailed liner notes and photos.
A1 Kol Bastı
A3 Mutluluk Bizim Olsun
A4 Canım Kurban
A5 Gönül Sabreyle Sabreyle
A6 Küçük Yaramaz
B1 Ağlarsa Anam Ağlar
B2 Ömür Biter Yol Bitmez
B3 Sevenler Ağlarmış
B5 Döner Dünya