Disc:VG+ (feel slight surface noise at mainly quiet part, totally good shape and looks shiny)
Jacket:VG+ (light scuffs/wrinkles, not bad condition, please check photos) w/original inner sleeve
Turkey born Kurdish SSW Şivan Perwer. Since the early 1970s, he has been producing songs about the oppression of the Kurds at the risk of his life, and his cassettes have been passed from hand to hand, attracting thousands of spectators to his live performances. In 1976, he was arrested by the Turkish authorities and escaped. Since then, he has lived in exile, producing more than 30 albums, music videos, and documentaries. This one is a rare vinyl release in 1985, among a group of releases mainly on cassette. A total of 9 tunes with Kurdish vocals and orchestral performances of ethnic instruments in a cross-border sensibility. Recommend to start with "Merhaba", which changes from indigenous rhythm to sorcerous groove, and Balkan folk song "Çiyayê Agirî" with Melike Demirağ singing about the sacred Mount Agirî in Turkey. Amazing release from a musical aspect, directed by Şanar Yurdatapan, who is involved in many productions mainly in Turkey.