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Polad Bulbuloglu

Polad Bulbuloglu

Polad Bulbuloglu


Polad Bulbuloglu (1945- ) was once as big as the Beatles - at least in the former Soviet Union. While he never claimed to be "bigger than God" as they did, he was very popular and received invitations to perform across the Soviet Union and in Prague, Havana, Turkey, Lisbon, Baghdad and Mexico. This was a rare privilege during the Soviet period, since few people had the chance to travel abroad. One of Polad's most famous songs is (Come, Morning), first recorded in 1968. Read more on Last.fm
Polad Bulbuloglu (1945- ) was once as big as the Beatles - at least in the former Soviet Union. While he never claimed to be "bigger than God" as they did, he was very popular and received invitations to perform across the Soviet Union and in Prague, Havana, Turkey, Lisbon, Baghdad and Mexico. This was a rare privilege during the Soviet period, since few people had the chance to travel abroad. One of Polad's most famous songs is (Come, Morning), first recorded in 1968. The song, which he composed himself, is based on a poem by Fikrat Goja.

It was especially popular in the late 1960s and early 1970s and helped launch Polad's career as a pop star. When he decided to return to the recording studio last year, a modernized update of this favorite was a logical choice. Polad Bulbuloglu, Azerbaijan's former Ministry of Culture, today Azerbaijan`s Ambassador to Russia and was one of the Soviet Union's most famous pop singers. Polad is also known as the son of Bul-Bul (Murtuza Mammadov) (1897-1961), one of Azerbaijan's most famous opera singers who was given the nickname "Bul-Bul" from the Azeri word for "nightingale", which is considered the sweetest of all bird songsters. 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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