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    Oh do not worry! Ask 3asal (veryclever) how long he kept her waiting! Its only because I am Viva and me and ay go way back

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    Quote Originally Posted by partizanka View Post
    Yes, actually that was the first song of Ogün I heard (obviously, since it was a collaboration with Hayko ). I downloaded it, and was kind of confused. It was labeled as the '07 version with Hayko, but I couldn't pick out Hayko's voice (although to be honest, Ogün sounds a little like Hayko to me in that song only). It was actually the version from the first Korkma album, sans Hayko. It wasn't until about 2 months later that I heard the real Hayko collaboration (when I found the Korkma '07 album.) I liked it a lot more than the original and agree about their voices sounding really good together.
    I had the same problem. I downloaded the song and when I was listening I thought: Something is missing here? (Hayko ) But fortunately it didn't take my 2 months to realize it.


    Quote Originally Posted by partizanka View Post

    I think I read that they did a movie together or something; is that true?
    I never heard/read anything about that. But Hayko acted in a movie called "Çocuk". (It sucks big time! )

    Viva, good for you! Turkish suffix lessons never end.

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    110 - İstediğin Buysa

    "En son ne zaman geçmiştik biz seninle aynı cümlede?"


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    Quote Originally Posted by VivaPalestina View Post
    Oh thank you both! Where is Ayimiz?!

    Look Millie I just got my suffix lesson for the day!

    Veryclever 3asal, this one is for you, does the am sound at the end (azizam) in farsi mean something like my?
    Yes حبیبتی, in Persian, we use "am" for "my", and "maan" for "our".
    You're so talented, God bless you.
    ***The translations have been done by Bijan Kardouni AKA veyclever1980***

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    Quote Originally Posted by partizanka View Post
    It's a great song...so, let's see, you liked that and Bir Ben from him. Had you never heard Ogün before? If not, I'd recommend you check out more from him. He's really, really good. (You might try these: Ne Yerdeyim Ne Gökte (this is my favourite of his), Kimdi, Anla Dünü (I prefer older version, but both are good), Saydım, Umudum Var, Yar Olmadın. Although actually I would recommend almost every song from him. And as a bonus, he has excellent and clear pronunciation of Turkish, so it's easier to understand.
    If you have any interest in rap, he actually does a really cool collaboration with a guy named Killa Hakan (nice name ) called Dayanamazsın.
    I'm speechless Partizanka, ohhhhhhhhhhhhhh
    I fell in love with "Ne Yerdeyim Ne Gökte". I want to shout it loud

    Here is the link for this special song:

    ***The translations have been done by Bijan Kardouni AKA veyclever1980***

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    Quote Originally Posted by Milena View Post
    110 - İstediğin Buysa

    "En son en zaman geçmiştik biz seninle aynı cümlede?"
    Such a nice song. I love this group so much, they're somehow unique. I appreciate their slow hits too, like this one:

    Özledim Seni


    ***The translations have been done by Bijan Kardouni AKA veyclever1980***

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    Quote Originally Posted by veryclever1980 View Post
    Yes حبیبتی, in Persian, we use "am" for "my", and "maan" for "our".
    You're so talented, God bless you.
    Awwww thank you!! You give me too much credit though <3

    Lool I was just thinking, dostum in Turkish looks very similar to dost + am in farsi So would that make it my love?

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    Quote Originally Posted by VivaPalestina View Post
    Awwww thank you!! You give me too much credit though <3

    Lool I was just thinking, dostum in Turkish looks very similar to dost + am in farsi So would that make it my love?
    عمری, harika!!!!
    Nice reasoning.
    ***The translations have been done by Bijan Kardouni AKA veyclever1980***

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    Quote Originally Posted by veryclever1980 View Post
    , harika!!!!
    Nice reasoning.
    aaah mamnoon ya 

    Haha ya ay, lucky you I've been calling you dostum all this time
    Last edited by VivaPalestina; 11-08-2010 at 12:51 PM.

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    I like today! First, I found a Redd album I had never heard (a soundtrack to a movie called Prensesin Uykusu). Then I come here and see 3 of my favourite songs posted in a row- 110 -İstediğin Buysa and Özledim Seni (I have all 3 albums from 110; but these are two of my three favourite songs from them- the other is called Aramıza Hoşgeldin) and Ne Yerdeyim Ne Gökte.
    VeryClever- I'm so happy you liked that song. I love the music, the lyrics, the Ogün voice . I especially love how he sings "Dertler birike birike..." and "aslında" (of course, Milena! ). You mentioned that you like songs with the word "damla" in them...I already mentioned it to Milena, but I have the same fascination with songs that use the words Allahım or Tanrım. This song has both, so I'm happy. Now I want to listen to that album (3), it's my favourite one of his, I think.
    Özledim Seni is a perfect song to me. I love EVERYTHING in it. I've been obsessed with it for about a year now, and I'm still not tired of it. (I'm a little sad that it's not totally original though. It's taken from Blink 182 song, "I Miss You.")
    İstediğin Buysa- ahhh. I'm really glad you found another 110 song that you like, Milena. I particularly like how he sings this; his voice sounds so great/sad/desperate/tragic/beautiful in the chorus. It sort of gives me a chill. I listen to this song a few times a week since I first heard it.
    Does anyone else notice 110's fascination with lyrics with the word "cümle-"?

    I put Can Kırıkları on cd, Milena, but I can't listen to it yet. Because I can't stop listening to Artık Kısa... I'm completely in love with Oyunlar, Kalbim, Herkes Bilsin İstedim, and Artık Kısa Cümleler Kuruyorum.
    I guess 110 aren't the only ones who like "cümleler".
    Last edited by partizanka; 11-08-2010 at 06:55 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by partizanka View Post
    İstediğin Buysa- ahhh. I'm really glad you found another 110 song that you like, Milena. I particularly like how he sings this; his voice sounds so great/sad/desperate/tragic/beautiful in the chorus. It sort of gives me a chill. I listen to this song a few times a week since I first heard it.
    Aslında... I heard that song when I was watching some live performances on tv few days ago (Redd, Hayko, Çilekeş, etc) and I liked it at first hearing, especially chorus is great.

    Quote Originally Posted by partizanka View Post
    Does anyone else notice 110's fascination with lyrics with the word "cümle-"?
    I noticed it. (Bitti Mi?, İstediğin Buysa, Özledim Seni) I think their lyricist is fond of grammar like you.

    Quote Originally Posted by partizanka View Post

    I put Can Kırıkları on cd, Milena, but I can't listen to it yet. Because I can't stop listening to Artık Kısa... I'm completely in love with Oyunlar, Kalbim, Herkes Bilsin İstedim, and Artık Kısa Cümleler Kuruyorum.
    I guess 110 aren't the only ones who like "cümleler".
    I'm really glad that you're enjoying that album. Let me know what you think about Can Kırıkları when you listen to it.

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    This song is haunting me...

    Özlem Tekin - Gezegen X


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    Quote Originally Posted by veryclever1980 View Post
    Very nice topic Milena,

    I have so many obsessions, when it comes to Turkish music.
    But my recent obsessions would be:

    Gülben Ergen - Üzgünüm



    HAZAL - KORKULAR


    Yep, so many tubes to indulge in Will take some time, but great idea and certainly a great help for me as a musician Well done and thanks everybody

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    Quote Originally Posted by amaryn View Post
    Yep, so many tubes to indulge in Will take some time, but great idea and certainly a great help for me as a musician Well done and thanks everybody
    Thank you dear,
    I'm so happy that you enjoyed them.
    Wish you luck and happiness, and I desire for seeing your works as a musician too.
    Take care
    ***The translations have been done by Bijan Kardouni AKA veyclever1980***

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    Quote Originally Posted by Milena View Post
    This song is haunting me...

    Özlem Tekin - Gezegen X
    Oh Milena, you always surprise us, don't you?

    So lets go to the planet X
    I'm speechless as always, this song is haunting me too. Na NaNaNaNa NaNa

    Last night, I saw a Music Video, and I've become so confused since then. I saw a very strange cover, very very strange.

    Please see these two versions and judge yourself.

    First - The Original One (My All Time Obsession)

    Şebnem Ferah - Sigara (2001)



    Then - The Cover

    Müslüm Gürses - Sigara (2010)

    ***The translations have been done by Bijan Kardouni AKA veyclever1980***

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    Quote Originally Posted by partizanka View Post

    Also, does anyone here listen to Aylin Aslım? I've liked 2 of her songs for a while (Senin Gibi and Bir Çocuk Sevdim) but never heard anything else from her. If anyone likes her, a few recommendations would be appreciated.
    Senin Gibi is great. I like Kayıp Kızlar, Güldünya (PERFECT lyrics) and Ahh from her. She has a nice voice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by veryclever1980 View Post
    Oh Milena, you always surprise us, don't you?

    So lets go to the planet X
    Bugün günlerden isyan!

    Quote Originally Posted by veryclever1980 View Post


    Müslüm Gürses - Sigara (2010)

    Hehe, Müslüm Gürses is always doing that. It's strange but actually I didn't hate his version.

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    Quote Originally Posted by veryclever1980 View Post

    Please see these two versions and judge yourself.

    First - The Original One (My All Time Obsession)

    Şebnem Ferah - Sigara (2001)


    Then - The Cover

    Müslüm Gürses - Sigara (2010)
    No competition at all. Şebnem's the Queen! That was the first song I really loved from her too. The chorus is so nice. The cover is just odd. But I will say "good job" to Müslüm Gürses for recognizing a good song when he heard it.

    Thanks for the Aylin recommendations, Milena. I'll check those out for sure.

    I do have a song I'd like to share today. It's called Yalan Olsa Da from a band called Lityum and I'm quite obsessed with this song (and another song called Hayal but I can't find it at the moment.) Sorry, again there's no video, but I think the picture is nice enough to look at for a while. Particularly the first and third members. It takes a minute or so for the song to pick up momentum, but please give it a try and let me know what you think. I also noticed this singer has clear/interesting pronunciation, no?


    The chorus of this song has a similar effect on me as my grammar-mates' (110) İstediğin Buysa. Vocally and lyrically so pleading and desperate. In both songs, I want the singer to repeat the chorus just a couple more times before the song ends.
    Last edited by partizanka; 11-10-2010 at 06:39 AM.

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    partizanka when I first listened I said "It's ok." But wow, it's really good, I played it over and over. I totally agree about chorus. (I also liked Aynı.)

    Quote Originally Posted by partizanka View Post
    I also noticed this singer has clear/interesting pronunciation, no?
    Not bad. But I have to hear him speaking in order to be sure. (just like Ogün Sanlısoy and Harun Tekin)

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    Quote Originally Posted by VivaPalestina View Post
    Oh do not worry! Ask 3asal (veryclever) how long he kept her waiting! Its only because I am Viva and me and ay go way back
    I kept veryclever waiting? Did I understand correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by VivaPalestina View Post
    aaah mamnoon ya 

    Haha ya ay, lucky you I've been calling you dostum all this time
    LOL


    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Orhan View Post
    Here's a link to their hit single "My Istanbul" just in case ;-)

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E7VKr...eature=related

    and maybe "Gecti dost kervani" in their rendition, too.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oEbYf...eature=related
    Guys, haven't any of you listened to these? They are worth giving a try, Parti and Milena, it is probable that you will like I love "Into the Sun" by them.

    PS: Viva and Paul, could you guys please be careful while calling me "ayımız" as it also means "our bear" "Ayı" means bear and with a "-mız", it turns into "our bear"
    Last edited by SiLvEr_MooN; 11-10-2010 at 03:58 PM.

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