Rustem Quliyev: Azerbaijani Gitara

SKU: 40851648
Rustem Quliyev: Azerbaijani Gitara

Rustem Quliyev: Azerbaijani Gitara

SKU: 40851648

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: Azerbaijani Gitara
Label: Bongo Joe
Product Type: VINYL LP

Rüst?m Quliyev was born in 1969 in the village of Kosalar, Nagorno Karabakh. At the age of seven, he had already mastered the tar before moving on to play the saz. He first encountered the guitar whilst doing his military service for the USSR in Russia and quickly made a name for himself as a guitarist after returning to Azerbaijan. During the early 1990s, after years of intense fighting, he had to flee his home due to the conflict in Karabakh and settled in the capital city Baku where his guitar playing took on a new character. Here he played at weddings, made TV appearances and recorded numerous cassettes with small labels in the city. Rüst?m's guitar playing not only drew on the rich traditional music of Azerbaijan but his thirst and passion for music also meant that he incorporated styles from across the globe into his repertoire- from Bollywood disco tunes and Afghan pop songs to Iranian street melodies and Spanish flamenco. He crafted a unique sound within an already idiosyncratic subculture of Azerbaijani electric guitar music. Sadly his career was brought to a sudden end in 2005 after a short battle with lung cancer. His music, however, lives on remaining popular throughout the country.

1.1 Ay Dili Dili
1.2 Aman Tello
1.3 Efqan Musiqisi
1.4 Iran Teraneleri
1.5 Tancor Disko
1.6 Fars Musiqisi
1.7 Yanıq Keremi
1.8 Neycun Gelmez
1.9 Bas Saritel
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