Egon’s Funk Archaeology at NPR: Barış Manço And The Zenith Of Turkish Prog Rock

Now-Again | Apr. 1, 2011 | Picks |

The latest post in Egon’s NPR series Funk Archaeology investigates Turkish psych-funk maestro Barış Manço and five of his early 70s masterpieces. If you don’t know of Manço’s genius, we’re pretty sure you won’t need anything more than the picture sleeve, above, to tantalize you – but we’re also posting a download of Manço’s mind-melting “Olum Allahin Emri,” which is referenced in Egon’s piece….

Link: 5 Songs From The Zenith Of Turkish Progressive Rock: Egon’s Funk Archaeology at NPR
Download: Barış Manço “Olum Allahin Emri.”
More: Egon’s Funk Archaeology at NPR.

4 Responses to “Egon’s Funk Archaeology at NPR: Barış Manço And The Zenith Of Turkish Prog Rock”

  1. orfy says:

    A Barış Manço vinyl box along the lines of the Ililonga one – now there’s an idea…

  2. jay stride says:

    I got this 45, it’s an absolute killer!! says it all about Turkish prog…maybe some Alpay too?

  3. LuxB says:

    Yay, when’s the turkish anthology scheduled for??

    Please, please, make it happen!!

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