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Various - Bosporus Bridges - A Wide Selection Of Turkish Jazz And Funk 1968-1978 album flac

  • Performer: Various
  • Title: Bosporus Bridges - A Wide Selection Of Turkish Jazz And Funk 1968-1978
  • Size FLAC ver: 1316 mb
  • Country: Germany
  • Date of release: 2005
  • Style: Fusion, Jazz-Funk, Funk, Psychedelic Rock, Psychedelic
  • Other formats: MP1 TTA MIDI DMF MPC DXD MOD
  • Genre: Jazz / Rock / Funk / World
  • Rating: 4.7 of 5
Various - Bosporus Bridges - A Wide Selection Of Turkish Jazz And Funk 1968-1978 album flac

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A wide selection of Turkish funk & jazz from 1968-1978. An interesting compilation released at 2005 as LP. Exclusively compiled by Lasarus (r Voyage) & Roskow (Sonar Kollektiv/Jazzanova) This selection presented here in tracks by Erol Pekcan, Ferdi Oezbegen, Okay Temiz, Durul Gence, Mustafa Oekzent ve Orkestrasi, Emin Findikoglu with Nathan Davis, Erkin Koray,Fikret Kizilok, Aksu Orkestrasi and Erkut Tackin.

There are literally a dozen Turkish such comps: Turkish Delights LP and CD versions, Hava Narghile CD, Turkish Freakouts V1 and V2, Anatolia Rocks, V1 and V2, Psych Funk ala Turkish V1 and V2, Love Peace Poetry: Turkish Psychedelic Music, Istanbul 70, Saz Beat II, and the latest comp Turkish One Hit Wonders. how bout those unknown artists that cut a few 45s that are killer psych funk folk.

A wide selection of Turkish funk & jazz from 1968-1978. Amazing selection of heavyweight funk, Jazz and psych from 1970's Turkey, presented here in tracks by Erol Pekcan, Ferdi Oezbegen, Okay Temiz, Durul Gence, Mustafa Oekzent ve Orkestrasi, Emin Findikoglu with Nathan Davis, Erkin Koray,Fikret Kizilok, Aksu Orkestrasi and Erkut Tackin. The music is strongly influenced by American funk and jazz of the era, but uniquely offset by Eastern flavours. Absolutely essential cornerstone of beats and wild groove for Dj's seeking new exotic sounds.

Bosporus Bridges" is a compilation of turkish jazz, bossa, psych, fusion and funk compiled by Lasarus and Roskow. Four hundred years ago Turkey was the centre that connected Islamic, Byzantine and Persian music and even at this time Haydn and Mozart fused Persian tone scales and colour of rhytm into their compositions. Modern Turkish music history begins in 1923, when Turkey became a republic and the leader Kemal Atatopened the doors to the western world

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Tracklist

Funk
Emin Fındıkoğlu Çeçen Kızı 3:14
Mustafa Özkent Ve Orkestrası Burçak Tarlaları 2:53
Erkut Taçkın Sevmek İstiyorum 3:50
Fikret Kızılok Aybatti (Edit) 3:05
Erkin Koray Karlı Dağlar 3:35
Aksu Orkestrası* Bermuda Şeytan Üçgeni 4:58
Jazz
Ferdi Özbeğen Köprüden Geçti Gelin 3:06
Erol Pekcan Şenlık 5:11
Okay Temiz Denizaltı Rüzgarları 4:05
Erol Pekcan Orkestrası Gel Sevgilim 3:03
Durul Gence 10 Hilal 4:18

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
0001 Various Bosporus Bridges - A Wide Selection Of Turkish Jazz And Funk 1968-1978 ‎(LP, Comp, Ltd, Unofficial) Twimo Records 0001 Germany 2005
TWIMO 001 Various Bosporus Bridges - A Wide Selection Of Turkish Jazz And Funk 1968-1978 ‎(LP, Comp, Unofficial) TWIMO Records TWIMO 001 Portugal 2014



Comments (31)

Jieylau
From my personal collection: On sale the first original German pressing (I have bought this copy directly to the guys behind this project). If interested drop me a line for more details. Thanks
Rleyistr
From my personal collection: On sale the first original German pressing (I have bought this copy directly to the guys behind this project). If interested drop me a line for more details. Thanks
Oso
It exists a version on the label 'the world is my oyster' Including a single by the cairo jazz band
Shaktiktilar
There are literally a dozen Turkish such comps: Turkish Delights LP and CD versions, Hava Narghile CD, Turkish Freakouts V1 and V2, Anatolia Rocks, V1 and V2, Psych Funk ala Turkish V1 and V2, Love Peace Poetry: Turkish Psychedelic Music, Istanbul 70, Saz Beat II, and the latest comp Turkish One Hit Wonders....ok all these are great, especially those that contain no big names...and that's what we need...we all know Erkin, Baris, and Cem...how bout thoseunknown artists that cut a few 45s that are killer psych funk folk...more of these please...call it Turkish Pebbles andproduce a 10 volume set, and watch these sell out like rarities that they are...wish I had access to all those 45s. I don't but the least I can do is speak to this. Ok, you Turkish citizens with all those 45s, I'm talking to you!
Arcanescar
barf. 2014 version is terrible - and seeming suddenly ubiquitous. whoever's pressing/distributing/selling this should be ashamed. going straight in the trash.
Kelenn
2005 is slightly more shiny2014 the cover is cropped. the writing ( Kismet Yonca ) is half missing / the guitars on the right are half cut2014 sounds shitHope this helps
Questanthr
just bought one of the latest press, sounds great!!! listen on high quality system
Lamranilv
Worst sounding record in my collection, lots of pops, crackle throughout the tracks.. (made me think of Trax records, was this made from rubber shoes ??)Hope they do this music justice & release it officially on virgin vinyl at a decent pressing plant..
Purebinder
Can you be more specific about which tracks have noise? Both of my copies were purchased new/sealed, both have matte sleeves and both play through without crackles/pops...
Meztisho
I have the 2014 version but for some reason in the cover it says 2005. Either way, I don't have respect to this record label due to their lack of respect for these amazing artists. The cover has 15+ typos and 2 of them are really annoying (typo of Mustafa Ozkent - They wrote "Okzent" and the song "Gel Sevgilim" where they wrote "Gel Sevigilim"). Besides that they used the Turkish characters randomly without even looking up. Garbage...
Love Me
(1) Awful sound quality. I am telling this as someone who grew up with these songs so I know how they are supposed to sound(2) I am not sure how the original version is but this one has typos everywhere in the record. The ones I can see are the following (I don't have a Turkish keyboard so will just mention) briefly- Artist First name of Track 1 - Turkish character is used wrong- Artist Last name of Track 2 - Seriously?? Mustafa O"kz"ent?? At least have some sort of respect to and look up that name- Artist Last Name of Track 3 - Turkish character is used wrong- Song name of Track 3 - Turkish character is used wrong- Artist first name of Track 4 - Turkish character is used wrong- Artist first name of track 5 - Turkish character is used wrong- Song name of Track 6 - Turkish character is used wrong- Song name of Track 7 - Turkish character is used wrong- Artist name of Track 8 - Turkish character is used wrong- Song name of Track 9 - Turkish character is used wrong- Artist name of Track 10 - Turkish character is used wrong- Song name of Track 10 - "Sevgilim" not" Sevigilim"I am really frustrated that I paid for this piece of garbage label. I love the songs but can't enjoy because of this and the awful sound quality.
Qudanilyr
I've kinda got mixed feelings about this record.(i) Yes it's a bootleg, but my understanding is that the original was 'unofficial'. Surely we should be critical of that release too for not paying royalties to the original artists?(ii) The sound quality isn't great, but then again a lot of re-issues (especially Africa or South-East Asia) sound similar to me. I'm not sure I'd have picked up on this if I didn't know it was a bootleg, I'd just have thought that the masters are knackered or that it was poorly pressed.(iii) At first this was being billed by certain independent record shops as a 'warehouse find' or a 'limited restock'. They must have known it wasn't (the sheer number of copies that they had, and still have, for instance...) and are therefore complicit in this. I, and many others, fell for this, but then shouldn't we have known better ourselves? Maybe I should just be philosophical that anything that helps independents to stay afloat can only be good? Isn't the history of music littered with 'classic' bootleg albums? But then I know I'd find this really annoying if I had the original release and not the most recent version...Like I said, I'm pretty torn on this record. If you can get past all this the music is pretty good...
Jerinovir
The original 2005 copies cost double or more than the 2014's. But how are can be you sure that those 2005 on sale are the really the 2005 original? I mean, the only thing we have here at Discogs for the 2014 release is the front cover and not notes about how to establish a clear difference!!!
VAZGINO
rotten carcass!
Zonama
[2018 edit: this comment, as with many others below, posted in relation to the 2014 LP]The sound on this bootleg repressing is horribly compressed; sounds like it was remastered from MP3s. Poor quality vinyl also.
The Rollers of Vildar
Picked up at copy at Honest Jon's recently. Sound wasn't as bad as the comments on here made me expect, but curious to listen to an original press.
Reemiel
Do not support BOOTLEGGERS !!!
lolike
U can make a repress of Vol II to avoid this ;)
Burking
the portugese one from 2014 is not a repress but a bootleg and the sound is horrible ... don't you agree that there's a big difference between making a bootleg with love and affection and making a bootleg of a bootleg out of pure greed?
invasion
My repress sounds okay, like I would have expected it to sound, I guess. I don't have the original pressing to compare to, however.Does anyone know where this is sourced from? Original 7" pressings, or some other source?
Uriel
A Wide Selection Of Turkish Jazz And Funk
SmEsH
now available digitally. craaap
Mysterious Wrench
Could you leave a link for the digital release, please?
Xarcondre
I read an ebay listing of this record that said differing releases had matt / glossy sleeves. Any truth to this?
Samardenob
Mine is matt - purchased from Honest Jon's last month
Usaxma
Looks like it has been repressed, was in stock at Honest Jon's for less than a day. Hopefully going to pop up in more record shops soon.
Anaginn
Repress or not, it is available at other stores as well, for example here: http://www.guerssen.com/catalogue.php?ide=14847 (where it actually says it's a repress...)
Magis
this was no repress! Honest Jons said this was deadstock they found in their warehouse...if you have the chance to get a cheap copy you betteract quick...
Fenius
yeah i concur the prices are redonkulous for a 2005 release
Mr_Mole
Do you have any info about a repress?
Xig
anyone wanna sell with a decent price?

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