A very different take on the Anatolian rock sound (tracks date from 1975-76), with strange keyboard washes leading to arrangements that feature wah-wah fuzz guitar and (I think) wah-wah saz, Akbayram's powerful swirling vocals, all backed by funked-up drums; many of these tracks have a tough hashish rock sound that somehow meshes well with folk instruments, and/or the odd addition of Jethro Tull-esque flute; keyboards and arrangements from "genius" Murat Ses (Mogollar) supplement the Dostlar line-up; probably the most important non-Erkin Koray, 3 Hur El, or Mogollar album from Turkey; among the best that Turkey produced in the seventiesand that's saying something; lyrics and photos in 12-page booklet.
|2||Arabam Kaldi Yolda||2:56|
|3||Adam Olmak Dile Kolay||4:38|
|5||Kolum Nerden Aldin Zinciri||3:36|
|12||Sen Açtin Yarayi||3:20|