Various Artists – Turkish Freakout 2: Psych-Folk 1970-1978 (2011)

Last summer, indie label Bouzouki Joe brought you a choice selection of some of the finest rare Turkish funk and psych-rock grooves, painstakingly unearthed direct from the source in Istanbul. The result: you freaked out (in a good way). With that in mind, we present the second installment of Turkish Freak Out!, featuring another batch of classic tracks from the Golden Age of Turkish music. With spiritual guidance from Mister Jason, this compilation, comprised entirely of original 7 recordings from Turkey’s most creative and experimental artists, is guaranteed to deliver another five-star freak-out. (

1. Afet Serenay – Yarim Gitti Cesmeye
2. Kerem Guney – Aglayi Aglayi
3. Gokben – Eninde Sonunda
4. Baris Manco – Estergon Kalesi
5. Gülcan Opel – Bari Bari
6. Sevil And Ayla – Irgat
7. Kamuran Akkor – Kim Ne Derse Desin
8. Afet Serenay – Maden Dagi
9. Edip Akbayram – Mehmet Emmi
10. Baris Manco – Mozart
11. Cem Karaca & Mogollar – Obur Dunya
12. Özel Türkbas – Ozel’s Dance Routine
13. Perihan – Nerden Nereye
14. Sakir Oner Gunhan – Ben Bu Yaralara Nerden Dus Oldem
15. Gülcan Opel – Tamammi
16. Sirin – Sevgili Golgem
17. Kenan – Viens Dans Ma Vie

Various Artists – Turkish Freakout 2: Psych-Folk 1970-1978 (2011)

You may also like...

7 Responses

  1. Joe says:

    Great thanks, Vol 1 was great…

  2. Hi, my name is Jorge and I recently published on Zeronoize netlabel an EP entitled “Ad nutum” with the pseudonym of Satisfacción Lab, the style could be described as a cross between musique concrete, noise, tape music and dark psychedelia. If you want, you can download, listen it and if you are convinced, it would be great to be on your blog.

    Thank you very much!!!

  3. Anonymous says:

    interesting stuff

  4. Great info as always, love your blog.

    I’m working on my own blog which will feature lots of psychedelic obscurities as well.

    if interested.

    Thanks and keep up the great work.

  5. Pygmy Beat says:

    Have you heard Siddhartha – brillaint psych prog Turkish band from the 90’s? I downloaded a lot of their stuff from their Myspace site & eventually received a copy of the rereleased album. Highly recommended. Prog Archive likes it too!

  6. Tom says:

    Excellent album, thank you for letting us listen to it.

Leave a Reply to Pygmy Beat Cancel reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

thirteen + 13 =

error: Content is protected !!