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Ahmet Kaya
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1.       Roswitha
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 29 Nov 2007 Thu 10:42 pm

2.       Roswitha
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 29 Nov 2007 Thu 10:53 pm

3.       thehandsom
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 29 Nov 2007 Thu 11:32 pm

I think, although he was saying nice things but, in the end, he was singing 'arabesk' for left wing people..

4.       Roswitha
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 29 Nov 2007 Thu 11:45 pm

5.       alameda
3499 posts
 30 Nov 2007 Fri 12:08 am

Quoting thehandsom:

I think, although he was saying nice things but, in the end, he was singing 'arabesk' for left wing people..



I'm curious what is wrong with arabesk music? I love Arabic music and in fact have an extensive collection of Egyptian music. I do find some Turkish music has more of an Egyptian sound that some of the more classical music. How is it identified as a left wing music? Can't it just be music?

6.       CANLI
5084 posts
 30 Nov 2007 Fri 12:56 am

Quoting alameda:



I'm curious what is wrong with arabesk music?



Actually,i failed to understand it too,but once in some old thread Erdic 'Mod here' has said the people who listen to it tend to be voilant too..i didnt understand what is the relation,so can anyone explain more ?

7.       Deli_kizin
6376 posts
 30 Nov 2007 Fri 01:10 am

Outstanding musician and voice.

Kum gibi... Saçlarına yıldız düşmüş... Offfff rakı içerek onu dinlediğimiz geceleri çok özlüyorum.

8.       CANLI
5084 posts
 30 Nov 2007 Fri 01:13 am

Actually i was asking about arabesk music not about Ahmet Kaya

9.       alameda
3499 posts
 30 Nov 2007 Fri 01:31 am

Quoting CANLI:

Actually i was asking about arabesk music not about Ahmet Kaya



Me too

10.       thehandsom
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 30 Nov 2007 Fri 01:35 am

I think arabesk music is more than a music. It is culture. It is a sub culture.
In Turkey, arabesk, somehow, represents the village culture being carried into cities. or people come to big cities from their villages and try to fit there. it is the culture they live in.
I will write more on the topic...continued

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