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Baris Manco
Yeni Bir Gun

GUERSSEN

Beat psych from inside the economic slump and political violence of late-70s Turkey. Maqam melancholia, disco scraps, electrified folk. A star turn from 'Sword Agent', on keys. Arguably his best LP, well-presented.



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Derdiyoklar Disko Folk
From 1979, the third album by this Anadolu pop duo based in Germany, entertaining Turkish weddings and circumcision feasts with their quite nutty electro-folk blends of plugged-in saz, guitar, drums, synths.




July
Essential UK psych LP first out in 1968 on Major Minor. Heavy vinyl, well sleeved, with a four page insert and a reproduction of the original promo poster.



Just Others Amalgam
The acoustic UK folk LP originally privately-pressed in 1974, now such a collectors' item.



Baris Manco Dunden Bugune
His LP debut from 1971, collecting singles and other stuff from the previous few years. Landmark Turkish psych rock, including classics like Derule and Daglar, and the brutal sample-prone wah wah of Kucuk.




The Factory Path Through The Forest
Sixties UK freakbeat 'n' psych legends: extremely rare 45s, covers of The Family and Fairport Convention taken from acetates, and an alternate mix of Path, with extra effects, suppressed at the time by MGM.



3 Hur-el 3 Hur-el
The three brothers' 1972 debut a brilliant set of original Turkish ethno-influenced folk-rock, psychey and proggy, with some great double-neck saz / electric guitar and darbuka percussion.



The Tree People Human Voices
A second album of acid folk by the Oregon outfit, from 1984 but still fresh, originally put out in small quantities on cassette, and just as good as their celebrated debut.




Ahmad Zahir Hip 70s Afghan Beats
Terrific selection of folk and pop hits geared to the psychedelic, funky and hypnotic: his superstar voice set to electric guitar great wah wah sitar and tabla, organ, flutes, bass... and wildly reverbed drums.



Ahmad Zahir Volume 2
Psychedelic East-West folk-pop from 1970s Afghanistan.



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