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Fuat Saka

Fuat Saka at the Diyarbakir Kültür Sanat Festivali.

Fuat Saka (born 1952 in Trabzon, Turkey), is a Turkish singer, songwriter, arranger, and guitarist (although he may be more precisely called a multi-instrumentalist).

Saka received art training in

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  • 1982 Yıkılır Zulmün Son Kaleleri
  • 1983 Ayrılık Türküsü
  • 1984 Kerem Gibi
  • 1987 Sevdalı Türküler (Poems of Nazım Hikmet)
  • 1988 Nebengleis (Kenardaki Ray)
  • 1989 Askaros
  • 1991 Semahlar ve Deyişler
  • 1993 Şiirce
  • 1994 Torik Baliklar Ülkesinde
  • 1996 Arhavili İsmail
  • 1997 Lazutlar
  • 1998 Sen
  • 2000 Lazutlar II
  • 2001 Perçem Perçem
  • 2002 Lazutlar III


[2] since the mid-1980s.Dionysis Savvopoulos and Nikos Papazoglou He has performed with Greek musicians [1]

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