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Murat Ses

Murat Ses
Country
Turkey
Profile
Murat Ses is a Turkish keyboard player and composer with strong Eurasian electronic elements. As a founding member of the band Moğollar, he was one of the creators of the Anadolu Pop style, a synthesis of Anatolian Music and Western elements that has been influencing Turkish music scene for decades.
Website
http://www.muratses.com
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Releases on file (6)
Murat Ses — Umami Murat Ses — Umami
(CLOU-008, 2007, CD)
Murat Ses — Electric Levantine Murat Ses — Electric Levantine
(CLOU 007, 2006, CD)
Murat Ses — Automaton 2 Murat Ses — Automaton 2
(CLOU 005, 2005, CD)
Murat Ses — Culduz Murat Ses — Culduz
(Kalan CD 158, 1999/2002, CD)
Murat Ses — Binfen Murat Ses — Binfen
(Kalan CD 81, 1997, CD)
Murat Ses — Automaton Murat Ses — Automaton
(Kalan CD 080, 1990/1997, CD)

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