Tülay German 3 Albums (1999-2007)
MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 03 Albums | ~457 MB | 2010 | No Scans
Genre: World, Ethnic & Folk | Label: Kalan Music
Born in 1935 in Istanbul, Tülay German graduated from Üsküdar American High School in 1965. She appeared for the first time on stage in Ankara and made her name heard as a jazz singer between 1960 and 1962, performing jazz songs for a weekly program on Istanbul Radio.Making “Polyphonic Turkish Pop Music” with Erdem Buri, German was chosen as the “most loved singer by critics” in 1964 at the Balkan Melodies Festival. At the time, she recorded the album “Burçak Tarlası,” widely regarded as the first hit song in Turkish pop music history.German went to Paris in 1966 to make an album and made 10 albums. She also attended radio and television programs and festivals in France, Belgium, Germany, Poland, Tunisia, Morocco, the Netherlands and Brazil.One of the Turkish-language albums that she produced in France even won the Charles Cros Academy 1981 Album Grand Award.During the latter years of her career, she made an album titled “Respect for Nâzım Hikmet,” an ode to one Turkey’s greatest-ever poets, and pulled down the curtain on her musical career with a concert in the Netherlands in 1987.