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Gordon Neill wrote:But, apart from its imperfections, itâ€™s perfect.
Gordon Neill wrote: at other times it sounds distinctly Eastern, with unexpected time shifts and chord changes. Best of all, the songs feature lots of those swooping strings, pulling at my heart like a seagull toying with an old pie.
that disco beat is not going to sound right on my radio shows.
I resolved to try to catch up on Turkish pop... but [it] proved hard to digest.... so now we will depend on Gordon to trawl through applicable websites, and duly report his findings
That pic of Hadise or Hadise has upset me. Thanks.
Don't always judge a Turkish CD by its cover, however. Chris Potts put me on to this album which looks a bit racy and westernised
I shall investigate Latife and Gulcicek (or is it Iz?)
Philellinas wrote:Latife and Gulcicek
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