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From The Album Play album. Martilar aglardi copluklerde Biz seninle gulusurduk Martilar aglardi copluklerde Biz seninle gulusurduk Sehirlere bombalar yagardi her gece Biz… View full lyrics. Play track. Artist images 11 more. Ahmet Kaya 40, listeners Related Tags turkish folk protest Ahmet Kaya was a Kurdish poet, singer, musician, and songwriter. Kaya was born in Malatya on 28th October to a Kurdish father and a Turkish mother.
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After the coup, however, her situation had reversed. The government had demanded she turn herself in on suspicion of spreading communist propaganda. In , she was arrested again, this time on the grounds that one of her old songs was communist propaganda. After two months she was again released. Besides these three stretches in prison, she was denied international travel privileges until Record labels by contrast were less enthusiastic about music without a clear niche, and finding a willing firm took some effort.
The record made few waves and left them no better off financially. Within months the two had parted ways. On top of these disappointments, the record was temporarily seized by prosecutors in Gazinantep due to its political content. Like Ahmet, she had moved to Istanbul from eastern Turkey. While in prison, she met Selda, who had requested to be transferred to the political cellblock for the duration of her imprisonment. Although officials cautioned Selda that the political block was dangerous due to the periodic raids and beatings guards carried out, she insisted.
Over the course of his concert tours with Selda, they grew closer. As their relationship grew serious, she introduced him to her brother Yusuf, an artist and poet. Ahmet and Yusuf quickly became close and the three enjoyed spending time together. For his membership in the organization Revolutionary Left, he was facing the death penalty.
Meanwhile, Ahmet was cultivating a media image as a musician of the people. Ahmet was now buying himself BMWs, a motorcycle, and a vacation home in the resort-town of Bodrum, whose bars he now frequented, buying rounds for everyone he encountered. His habits of conspicuous consumption drew criticism from some on the left who had once championed him. This annoyed Ahmet to no end. From his perspective, he was using his celebrity to good ends—supporting student hunger strikes, giving support to parties on the left—what more did his critics want?
After negotiating with the local police chief over tea, Ahmet was allowed to perform on the condition that he remove prohibited songs from the set list—so he simply retitled his songs and submitted a new list. Such earthiness endeared him to listeners. In these years, Yusuf was one of his strongest defenders, arguing that Ahmet was speaking truth to power.
This enthusiasm faded. As with previous collaborations, tensions between Yusuf and Ahmet grew over the years. Yusuf benefited from these higher pay days, but not equally in his view. Although he returned for the next two albums, the two finally parted ways again after a television interview in which Yusuf accused Ahmet of living too luxuriously.
His first solo album, Tedirgin Agitated , did not sell well leading Ahmet to focus on his strengths: protest music. His next album was both his best-selling and thus far his most controversial.
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