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Nejat Alp

Nejat Alp

Nejat Alp


Nejat Alp (b. 1952, Istanbul) is generally regarded as being one of the pioneers of synth-driven Turkish ambient folk. He began his professional career in 1969 by playing bass for various supporting bands in the most elegant clubs of Istanbul. In 1978 he changed his primary instrument from bass to keyboards and with help of his Neil Tennant-like naturally vocoded voice quickly rose to prominence while performing at "Club 33" in Erenköy, Istanbul. Read more on Last.fm
Nejat Alp (b. 1952, Istanbul) is generally regarded as being one of the pioneers of synth-driven Turkish ambient folk. He began his professional career in 1969 by playing bass for various supporting bands in the most elegant clubs of Istanbul. In 1978 he changed his primary instrument from bass to keyboards and with help of his Neil Tennant-like naturally vocoded voice quickly rose to prominence while performing at "Club 33" in Erenköy, Istanbul. 1979 was a turning point in his career since for the first time in his life he began playing at Tarabya.

While playing at various clubs at Tarabya for more than a decade he became one of the pioneers of the unique genre called as Tarabya school of electronic music with fellow artists like Arif Susam, Ümit Besen and of course Cengiz Kurtoğlu. Discography 1977 Mavi Boncuk (Blue Bead) 1980 Evlendiğin Gün (The Day You Have Married) 1984 Tavernada Nejat Alp (Nejat in da Club) [reached multi-Platinum sales] 1985 Boğaziçi Geceleri (Bosphorus Nights) 1985 Canımdan Can İste (Wanna live my lifetime babe?) 1986 Londra Konseri (London Concert-Live) 1987 Gökten Üç Elma Düşmüş (I discover gravity) 1988 New York Konseri (New York Concert-Live) 1991 Yasak Aşk (Forbidden Love) 1994 Nerdesin (Where Are You) 2006 Berlin Konseri (Berlin Concert-Live) With the success of his 2006 album Nejat's poularity rose again, these days he is working on a new album to be released in late 2007 or early 2008 and he still performs live at Yenikapı, the sea-shore district of Istanbul which is on the way of becoming the 21st century Tarabya. His famous quote is "Sevgi ne güzel şey değil mi? Tanrının bize verdiği en güzel hediye..." which can be translated as "What a beautiful thing is love... God's greatest gift for us..." Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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