|From:||Wallee Mc D.|
|Sent on:||Saturday, September 25, 2010 4:59 PM|
Istanbul-born singer ��i��dem Aslan (pronounced Cheedem) brings an authentic voice and exquisite styling to the poignant songs associated with the Greek and Turkish diasporas which were created after the forced population exchanges between the two countries in the early 1920s. Born out of hardship yet full of resilience and with a devil-may-care attitude, these are the ���Blues of the
"On stage Aslan is a fresh, natural and relaxed performer with a beautiful voice. Her facility to slip from Greek to Turkish and several other languages is a real asset". Simon Broughton, Songlines.
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