Bunalim : Bunalim
Turkish wild and raw trippy fuzz rock
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First-ever CD reissue of some of the most amazing Turkish music ever recorded: wild, raw and with fuzz guitar all over. Bunalim (which means “depression” or “frustration” in Turkish), founded in 1969, was one of the most well-known underground groups on the Turkish music scene of the early ’70s. Although their discography is limited to only a few singles, Bunalim is regarded as a seminal band in Turkish music history, who paved the way for its members to find fame later on in their careers (playing with Erkin Koray, Mogollar, Ter, Edip Akbayram). Bunalim released 6 singles which are incredibly rare, and never completed a whole album. They were produced and managed by legendary Turkish rock musician and instigator of the Anatolian rock movement Cem Karaca, one of the most important rock singers in Turkey during the 1970s. This release is a blend of their work from 1970-1972, and features everything from American-influenced garage to early punk experiments to fuzzed-out psychedelic heavy Eastern drone, including a cover of Iron Butterfly’s “Get Out Of My Life, Woman” (“Yeter Artık Kadın”) sung in Turkish. They say about the band: “God, they were crazy! Running all nude down the Istiklal Street, psychedelic light shows, crazy paintings all over the stage wall and screaming of LSD! LSD! in their live shows.” As good as the best recordings from Erkin Koray, Bunalim are, even for most Turkish collectors, a well-kept secret.