Thursday, February 22, 2007

Oriental Wind - "Oriental Wind" {Turkey} [1972] (oriental jazz fusion)

"ORIENTAL WIND present their fiery brand of Turkish folk-beat with a savour of Africa. The dynamic ensemble is incisive as the group unfolds its magic folk melodies. The enchanting repertoire of lyrical swinging improvisations is heightened by the instrumental variety provided by the different saxophones, flutes, piano and all manner of drums and percussion. The tough flexibility of the 9/8 and 7/8 rythms against the drive of the bass and Okay's scintillating drums, gives the music a warm and rolling impetus. Their momentum is unstopable and such exotic instruments as berimbau, finger-piano, tavil and talking-drum enhance superbly the mysterious impact of the group.

Oriental Wind have performed for concerts and at major festivals in such cities as Athens, Amsterdam, Balver Höhle, Bangalore, Barcelona, Basel, Berlin, Bern, Bombay, Brussells, Calcutta, Copenhagen, Edinburgh, Frankfurt, Glasgow, Hannover, Hamburg, Helsinki, Istanbul, London, Luxemburg, Madras, Montreaux, Munich, Nimes, North Sea Festival, Oslo, Paris, Rotterdam, Stockholm and others." some more info here

Fidayda..

28 comments:

nahavanda said...

link:
http://tinyurl.com/2c24vl

H.Jackson said...

Damn. . .really incredible.

Thank you for your posts.

Anonymous said...

What a beauty, really...!
Precious exotic music.
Thanx you a lot.
Regards,
E., Arg.

Greg said...

Thank's a lot mister nahavanda for this post. I can't stop listening this album since yesterday and especially the 13 minutes long b1 "Dere Geliyor Dere".
It's make me insane !
Greg, fr

Anonymous said...

Thanks to you, there is always something interesting to listen at pnf. Once again, thanks!

Kalle A. Sweden

jswissman said...

Thank you for the great music.

Anonymous said...

Hi, Nahavanda. This one is very intersting. Great music to explore another worlds ... he , he

Salty Dog said...

Hello Nahavanda,

I've enjoyed Bosporus Bridges very much. This one too.
In fact, I love this Turkish/oriental style of fusion.

Both albums have given me a bit of an insight in oriental music, so I'm curious for more...

Thanks for this great experience, and have a nice day!

nahavanda said...

Oh thank you, i am glad that you like them, more on way :)

Good Days

progfreak said...

thank you i've been searching for this treasure for ages. you are the king of prog

ONALTIKIRKALTI said...

Okay Temiz gerçekten zamanının ötesinde bir müzisyendir... Kendisini tekrardan tebrik ederim...

Anonymous said...

Hi
Thanks for this post.
I want to down load this music but rapidshare doesn't work.
Can you reupload this lp PLEASE.
Nico.

Anonymous said...

hi,
could you re-activate that link ?
thanks !

arbeiter said...

ribbits! this is a must re-upload
you have a wonderful collection btw.

Anonymous said...

Hi, can you re-upload this album:) THX

Anonymous said...

Plese reupload this album. I have been looking for it, for a long time.
Thanks.

Anonymous said...

Nice site. Have been looking for long for this. Would be great to re upload. Thnx

isabelbc said...

new link: http://lix.in/-332f72

trank grappa said...

I'm really Happy you had this one here for download!! I have this LP since the 70ies and was looking for the mp3-version now, so i can listen to it on the Mac as well ;-)
my fave song is Tamara ... with all those rhythm changes!!!

once i was in turkey for holidays and did ask for Okay Temiz records in some music stores. they didn't have any, but they were totally surprised that a bloody swiss tourist did know about Okay Temiz ;-)

trank grappa said...

I just see on the record, it's recorded in 1977 - not 1972. well, anyway, in the 70ies, that's what counts ;-)

isabelbc said...

Hello trank grappa,

Thank you for your comments ;)

You can found more "Okay Temiz" and related here for download:

http://pnfforum.com/index.php?topic=8367.0
and
http://pnfforum.com/index.php?topic=8353.0

Enjoy! :o)

Isabel

Aksyonoff said...

Thanks! Tesekkurler!

Anonymous said...

thank you :o))

anyone as "drummer of two worlds"?

Unknown said...

that download link just goes to http://en.usenet.nl/ ..... care for a re-up?

isabelbc said...

new link http://netkups.com/?d=0d555601ea725

Anonymous said...

Hi. You have a nice site. Can you reupload this album? I`ve been looking for long for this... Thanks!

Anonymous said...

Dying for a repost of this! I would simply buy it from iTunes if I could, but their damn country restrictions mean I have to sit and watch how just about every other country has it available except Australia - and we have a huge Turkish population! No justice in the world...

Anonymous said...

Damn! Can't find this anywhere...Maybe it has never been re-issued on CD. I've a recording on Tamara-Delihoron off the radio, in 1986.. Only just found out who it is, thanks to shazam!!

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