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Old 06-24-2006, 07:34 PM   #1
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Turkish folk music

I just got a CD of Turkish folk music. It's by a singer named Rahmi Saltuk. I can't read a thing on the CD cover because I don't read a word of Turkish, but the music is beautiful. I'm listening to it right now.
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Is it any good? I quiet like Turkish and Lebanese music.
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I like Turkish music very much and i like how it is included in their pop music as well. I have 2 cd-s with turkish music and i love them!
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I love this music. It's great. I love traditional Turkish instrumentation and this guy is a great singer.
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