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Ibrahim Tatlises Full Discography: A Guide to the Legendary Turkish Singer's Albums and Songs

Ibrahim Tatlises Full Discography: A Guide to the Legendary Turkish Singer's Albums and Songs

Ibrahim Tatlises is one of the most famous and influential singers in Turkey and the Middle East. He has a unique voice and style that blends traditional Turkish folk music with modern pop and arabesque genres. He has released more than 40 albums and hundreds of songs since his debut in 1976. In this article, we will explore Ibrahim Tatlises full discography and highlight some of his best and most popular songs.

Ibrahim Tatlises Full Discography


Ibrahim Tatlises Full Discography: The Early Years (1976-1985)

Ibrahim Tatlises started his musical career as a wedding singer in his hometown of Urfa, in southeastern Turkey. He moved to Istanbul in 1976 and recorded his first album, AyaÄÄnda Kundura (Shoes on Your Feet), which was a collection of folk songs from his region. The album was a success and established him as a rising star in the Turkish music scene.

He followed up with several more albums in the late 1970s and early 1980s, such as Bir Mumdur (You Are a Candle), Yalan (Lie), GÃlÃm Benim (My Rose), Mutlu Ol Yeter (Just Be Happy), and Yorgunum (I'm Tired). These albums featured more original songs written by Ibrahim Tatlises or his collaborators, such as Selahattin SarÄkaya, Ãmit YaÅar OÄuzcan, and Ali TekintÃre. Some of his most famous songs from this period include Hani Gelecektin (You Said You Would Come), Gel Gel GÃmle Gel (Come Come Come with Me), Bir Kulunu Ãok Sevdim (I Loved One of Your Servants), Selam Olsun (Greetings to You), and Mavi Mavi (Blue Blue).

Ibrahim Tatlises Full Discography: The Golden Era (1986-1995)

In 1986, Ibrahim Tatlises released what is considered to be his masterpiece album, Mega AÅk (Mega Love). The album was a huge hit and sold over 5 million copies in Turkey and abroad. It featured some of his most iconic songs, such as AÄlama (Don't Cry), Neden (Why), BulamadÄm (I Couldn't Find), Kara Zindan (Black Dungeon), and Mega AÅk. The album also marked a shift in his musical style, as he incorporated more elements of pop, rock, and synth into his arrangements.

Ibrahim Tatlises continued to dominate the Turkish music industry in the late 1980s and early 1990s, releasing one hit album after another, such as SÃylim Mi? (Should I Tell You?), Haydi SÃyle (Come on Tell Me), Beyaz Mendil (White Handkerchief), Klasikler (Classics), and Selam Olsun Sana ÅanlÄ Urfa'm (Greetings to You My Glorious Urfa). He also collaborated with other famous singers, such as Sezen Aksu, Orhan Gencebay, Ferdi Tayfur, MÃslÃm GÃrses, and Sibel Can. Some of his most memorable songs from this era include Fosforlu Cevriyem (My Phosphorescent Cevriye), Gitti de Gitti (She Left and Left), KurÅun Yedim (I Got Shot), Dertli Dertli (Sad Sad), and Haydi Gel Benimle Ol (Come on Be with Me).

Ibrahim Tatlises Full Discography: The Later Years (1996-P 29c81ba772

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