Selda Bağcan - İnce İnce Bir Kar Yağar (1976)


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İnce ince bir kar yağar fakirlerin üstüne,Neden felek inanmıyor fukaranın sözüne,Öldük öldük biz açlıktan, etme ağam n'olur.Kimi mebus kimi vali, bize tahsil haramdır,Dayanamam artık senin bu yalancı pozuna,Yandık yandık bize okul, bize yol, bize hayat,Etme ağam, n'olur, n'olur, n'olur, n'olur, n'olur n'olur.Adam mı ölür yol yapılınca,Okul olunca, hayat bulunca,N'olur, n'olur, n'olur, n'olur n'olur...İstanbul'un benzemiyor neden o urfalara,Yoksul maraş, susuz urfa, ya diyarbakırların?Yandık yandık, öldük öldük, bir yudum su,Etme ağam, n'olur...Öldük öldük, bir mektup yaz, yapma ağam,N'olur, n'olur, n'olur, n'olur, n'olur n'olur...Adam mı ölür toprak verince,İnsan sevince, kendin bilince.N'olur, n'olur, n'olur, n'olur n'olur...Sen anandan ben babamdan ağa doğmadık dostum,Gel beraber yaşayalım, sanma ki sana küstüm,Yandım yandım, ayrı gezme, etme gardaş,N'olur, n'olur, n'olur, n'olur, n'olur n'olur...Adam mı ölür toprak verince,Borç ödeyince, kendin bilince,N'olur, n'olur, n'olur gardaş n'olur

Selda Bağcan is a legendary Turkish singer and political activist. Her first singles, about political struggle and the demands of the working class, sold over 1 million copies. Selda’s psychedelic interpretations of traditional Turkish folk music and her political views have lost Selda her passport and caused her to be repeatedly imprisoned during the 70s and 80s. Her career as a professional musician started in 1971, during her final year at the university, with the encouragement and support of the Ankara-based music producer Erkan Özerman. The six singles she released that year, in which she interpreted traditional Turkish folk songs in a strong, emotional voice, accompanied by a simple acoustic guitar or bağlama, carried her to national fame. In 1972, she was selected by the Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs to represent Turkey in the international Golden Orpheus song contest. She released twelve more singles and three LP records until 1980 and toured many cities in Turkey and western Europe. Many of her songs carried strong social criticism and solidarity with the poor and the working class, which made her especially popular among the left-wing activists and sympathizers during the politically polarized 1970s. She experimented with rock and roll and with synthetic and electronic sounds in her LPs, although her musical style remained firmly rooted in the folk tradition. After the 1980 Turkish coup d'état, she was persecuted by the military rulers due to her political songs and was imprisoned three times between 1981 and 1984. Her passport was confiscated and held by the authorities until 1987, which, among other things, prevented her from attending the first WOMAD Reading festival in 1986. Partly thanks to pressure from WOMAD, her passport was returned in 1987 and she immediately started a European tour, giving concerts in the Netherlands and the United Kingdom in the same year. Since then, she has produced several albums and given concerts in many cities in Turkey and all over the world, and remains active in the Turkish musical scene. Her 1993 single Uğurlar Olsun (Farewell), a lament she composed for the assassinated journalist Uğur Mumcu, was immensely popular and quickly became a symbol for the political turbulence of the 1990s, a period marked by several unsolved high-profile assassinations in Turkey. In late 2000, she was badly injured in a car accident on her way to a concert in Antakya, suffering several broken bones as well as contusions and cuts all over her body. She was able to make full recovery after a lengthy period of treatment. She expressed solidarity with the Gezi Park protests of 2013, even though she was not able to physically participate in the protests due to a concert in Belgium. In November 2014, Selda headlined Le Guess Who? Festival in Utrecht, The Netherlands, together with bands that admitted to being influenced by her music, including St. Vincent, Tune-Yards and Suuns and Jerusalem In My Heart. Her music has been sampled by several musicians outside of Turkey, including the band 2manydjs and hip-hop artists Mos Def, Oh No, and Dr. Dre. Bağcan currently lives in Istanbul. -------------------------------------- Illustrator: Mehmet Özen -------------------------------------- Solo guitar: Fehiman Uğurdemir Rhythm guitar: Ünol Büyükgönenç Bağlama: Ünol Büyükgönenç Bass guitar: Seyhan Karabay Drums: Cengiz Teoman Music & Lyrics: Aşık Mahzuni Şerif -------------------------------------- -------------------------------------- To follow us on other mediums: Instagram ► Facebook ► Twitter ► Spotify ► SoundCloud ► -------------------------------------- A project dedicated to bringing the non-mainstream pieces from the Turkish Rock History into the light with unique artworks. "All music rights belong to their rightful owners."
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