Saz Beats: Organic Turkish Anatolian Grooves | My Analog Journal
Who doesn’t love My Analog Journal? I can’t get enough of this YouTube channel, partially because I love nothing more than to dive into arbitrary record recommendations on the web. Regardless, check out the video from the channel above, featuring Organic Turkish Anatolian Grooves and Saz Beats.
From My Analog Journal:
The saz or bağlama is a family of plucked string instruments, long-necked lutes used in Ottoman classical music, Turkish folk music, Turkish Arabesque music, Azerbaijani music, Kurdish music, Armenian music, and in parts of Syria, Iraq, and the Balkan countries. The mix explores raw and organic sounds of Turkey from the late ’60s till the end of the ’70s, besides baglama, you’ll also hear instruments like kanun and oud.
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