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Pharaway Sounds Vinyl, CD & tapes from this label at Norman Records

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The Vampires
Vampires Underground

The Vampires are a quintet of Indian expats from Durban in South Africa. They make weird, fuzzy psyche-out garage records with lots of flute. They play covers that don’t sound like covers of things like Wilson Pickett, Glen Campbell, Led Zeppelin and Deep Purple. Vampires Underground is their second record, originally recorded and released in South Africa in 1971.

Edip & Dostlar Akbayram
Nice Yillara Gulum

Pharaway Sounds reissue the psychedelic third album from Edip & Dostlar Akbayram. The distorted traditional instruments and deep croon of the previous albums is still present, but on Nice Yillara Gulum lush synths are added to the mix. This is proper mind-expanding Turkish experimental music from a golden-age of the stuff.

Edip Akbayram
Edip Akbayram (1974)

Fans of Turkish psychedelia, or Anatolian psychedelia as the fans truly call it, this one’s for you. Edip Akbayram looks deceptive when googled; an old, greying figure with a pearly-white smile which shouts “cheesy folk music” from a mile off. Not the case. Back in the early '70s, Akbayram was creating Western inspired rock music along with the likes of Baris Manço and Erkin Koray. These are great, fuzzy tunes with crooning Turkish vocals and a true sense of Istanbul. Vinyl contains a booklet with photos and other such goodness.
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