Atilla, Can

Can Atilla is a turkish musician and composer, who works on the soundtrack field and also the Berlin School touched instrumental synthesizer music.
Atilla, Can
Can Atilla  - AVE

Artist: Atilla Can
P:
1999
This music breaths the grand atmosphere, spirit and beauty of Tangerine Dream, as it combines their grand sound from the mid ‘70s with those of the early 80’s. So await some original songs of which the compositional structures mirror the original Tangerine Dream structures almost perfectly as some excellent retro sequencing and a broad range of vintage sounds fly by. It’s very interesting to hear how masterfully Can Atilla switches from the sound of "Encore" to those of "Tangram" or "Underwater Sunlight" in the first track.
The second track "Breathing under Pressure" is the real highlight of the album, as things just come together so perfectly and are assembled so smoothly.
The fifth track "Bach’s Air" is even thrown into a nice vintage form.
The album was privately released on the EAT-label (Essers Audio Tools) by the Dutch musician Rob Essers, who himself composed some great music which seems to pay tribute to Tangerine Dream’s 80’s music.
Well, Mr Atilla dedicates his album "Ave" to the 30th anniversary of Tangerine Dream. It’s a great album of vintage electronica, containing seven tracks, split in two short tracks and 5 longer pieces.
All in all, this is one of those must-have retro cds that shouldn’t be missed in any electronic music collection.


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Can Atilla  - AVE - 1999

Artist: Atilla Can
P:
2014
This music breaths the grand atmosphere, spirit and beauty of Tangerine Dream, as it combines their grand sound from the mid ‘70s with those of the early 80’s. So await some original songs of which the compositional structures mirror the original Tangerine Dream structures almost perfectly as some excellent retro sequencing and a broad range of vintage sounds fly by. It’s very interesting to hear how masterfully Can Atilla switches from the sound of "Encore" to those of "Tangram" or "Underwater Sunlight" in the first track.
The second track "Breathing under Pressure" is the real highlight of the album, as things just come together so perfectly and are assembled so smoothly.
The fifth track "Bach’s Air" is even thrown into a nice vintage form.
The album was privately released on the EAT-label (Essers Audio Tools) by the Dutch musician Rob Essers, who himself composed some great music which seems to pay tribute to Tangerine Dream’s 80’s music.
This new edition includes a wonderful 16 minutes bonus track, which is a tribute to Klaus Schulze.

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Can Atilla - 1453

Artist: Can Atilla
P: 2006

Like all of these modern musical composers, the album 1453 presents his vision of what would make an absolutely amazing original score for a movie which would likely be titled "1453, The Fall of Constantinople" (if such a movie is ever made). I certainly hope that this magnificent album and the compelling historical storyline will inspire Hollywood to do so!
The first track on the album is a short verbal recitation telling of how a solar eclipse in 1431 darkened the skies over Constantinople, foreshadowing the fate of this great Byzantine city, capitol of the Holy Roman Empire, which was to fall to the rising power in the east, the mighty Ottoman Empire. The first track sets the tone and historical background for the musical tour de force which which is to follow. In the 2nd track, entitled "Siege of 1453", the steadily increasing beat of drums, leads one to envision what it must have been like to hear the sound of the Ottoman military band drawing ever nearer as the vanguard of the approaching Ottoman army. This track literally gives me "goosebumps". The third track "Constantinople", is both beautifully melodic and broodingly tragic at the same time. The 5th track, entitled "New Life" is one of my favorites on the album. The violin solos are so hauntingly beautiful they literally bring tears to ones eyes. Track 7 , entitled "Building of the Rumeli Hisar (Fortress)" is also another of my favorites, and sure to be one of yours as well. Like all of these modern musical composers, the album 1453 presents his vision of what would make an absolutely amazing original score for a movie which would likely be titled "1453, The Fall of Constantinople" (if such a movie is ever made). I certainly hope that this magnificent album and the compelling historical storyline will inspire Hollywood to do so!
The first track on the album is a short verbal recitation telling of how a solar eclipse in 1431 darkened the skies over Constantinople, foreshadowing the fate of this great Byzantine city, capitol of the Holy Roman Empire, which was to fall to the rising power in the east, the mighty Ottoman Empire. The first track sets the tone and historical background for the musical tour de force which which is to follow. In the 2nd track, entitled "Siege of 1453", the steadily increasing beat of drums, leads one to envision what it must have been like to hear the sound of the Ottoman military band drawing ever nearer as the vanguard of the approaching Ottoman army. This track literally gives me "goosebumps". The third track "Constantinople", is both beautifully melodic and broodingly tragic at the same time. The 5th track, entitled "New Life" is one of my favorites on the album. The violin solos are so hauntingly beautiful they literally bring tears to ones eyes. Track 7 , entitled "Building of the Rumeli Hisar (Fortress)" is also another of my favorites, and sure to be one of yours as well.


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Can Atilla - Can-I Yunus

Artist: Can Atilla
P:
2016
The new album by Can Atilla from Turkey shows his true qualities as a composer for complex orchestral works . His almost symphonic compositions contain many traditional elements of his country of origin but also modern moments can be heard on the CD . When listening we spontaneously recorded the parallels to other musicians and so we heard the following structures of other musicians like Vangelis with Mythodea and also his other orchestral works , melodic lines of Yanni and Kitaro , a bit Underwater Sunlight of TD and the film music of Sakamoto . An album that reveals its quality in the second hearing and is technically superior production . The double LP vinyl version comes with additional tracks .

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Can Atilla - Can-I Yunus (Double Vinyl LP)

Artist: Can Atilla
P:
2016
The new album by Can Atilla from Turkey shows his true qualities as a composer for complex orchestral works . His almost symphonic compositions contain many traditional elements of his country of origin but also modern moments can be heard on the CD . When listening we spontaneously recorded the parallels to other musicians and so we heard the following structures of other musicians like Vangelis with Mythodea and also his other orchestral works , melodic lines of Yanni and Kitaro , a bit Underwater Sunlight of TD and the film music of Sakamoto . An album that reveals its quality in the second hearing and is technically superior production . The double LP vinyl version comes with additional tracks .

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Can Atilla - Concorde

Artist: Can Atilla
P:
2005
Can Atilla is back with his fourth album & once again he insists on wearing his influences very close to his sleeve, namely mid 80s TD. It's all down to that harpsichord sound that TD used so often back in the day & which is just as widespread here.
“Eve” and “First Kiss” bring back the happy memories of Tangerine Dream of the eighties.
The music of Can Atilla is not only an homage to the Concorde and to the music of Tangerine Dream but also an homage to great melodically electronic music that is very much alive.

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Can Atilla - Efsaneler

Artist: Can Atilla
P: 1997 / 2008

This is a combination of the synthesizerplay of Atilla together with traditionell instruments. The result is a melodic rhythmic orchestral sound.

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Can Atilla - HI-Story

Artist: Atilla Can
P: 2011
New sequencer masterpiece. One more time Atilla is playing in the TD Style of the late 80ies. We also hear great guitarwork, that sounds a lot like Edgar Froese used to play. Very versatile, rhythmic and melodic a must have for TD fans.

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Can Atilla - Live

Artist: Atilla Can
P: 2003
This CD from 2003 features 64 minutes of electronic music recorded live at the Ankara International Music Festival in May of 2002. Atilla's electronics and drumming are accompanied by Murat Yucel on electric and classic guitars. Of Turkish ancestry, Can Atilla explores electronic territory in the footsteps of Tangerine Dream and Jean Michel Jarre, flavoring those influences with his own uniquely lively sensibilities. Dense keyboards belt out rapidly structured riffs with a frenetic passion, immediately drenching the audience with melodies that surge and cascade full of vigor and stamina. Sequencing provides lavish, growling under layers for the emphatic keyboards. A variety of clever electronic effects flavor the music with astral airs. Powerful percussion swiftly propels the music to epic proportions, adding larger-than-life rhythms that explode with authority. A sense of compelling grandeur is achieved, a majesty that expands with each passing minute. Fiery guitar-work embellishes the already hyperactive music, injecting ardent fury and cosmic demeanor. Possessing strong Tangerine Dream influences, Atilla forces an escalation of dazzle from those roots, generating tune age that is huge and impressively masterful. His audience reels before the sheer power of his music, dazed by its commanding presence and entranced by its engaging melodies.
To call this CD amazingly satisfying is a gross understatement.

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Can Atilla - Omni

Artist: Atilla Can
P:
2004
This release from 2004 features 79 minutes of exhilarating electronic music.
Joining Atilla (who plays keyboards, samplers, electronics and drumming) on this recording are: Turay Dinleyen and Ebru Davran on electric violin, Metin Paksoy on alto sax, Selcuk Sami Cingi on acoustic guitar, Murat Yucel on rhythm guitar, Berat Tekin on darbuka, and the Turay Dinleyen String Ensemble.
Uptempo keyboards are flavored by bubbling electronics and peppy rhythms, resulting in alluring tuneage that is resolutely enthralling and engaging. Atilla’s style fuses contemporary electronics with a rollicking jubilation that is refreshing in a genre of over-serious approaches. The tempos captivate more than the audience’s tapping feet, while his nimble-fingered riffs dazzle more than just the appreciative mind. Surging aspects cascade with calculated intent, conspiring to generate tunes that entice as they mesmerize.
There is a uniqueness to Atilla’s compositions that evades comparison. His music combines aesthetic and pop elements, producing a union that allows the songs to shine with a celebratory vivacity as they smolder with cerebral charisma.
Some tracks display a Middle Eastern edge, but these touches are immersed in the overall exuberance of the melody, ignoring geographic boundaries to create a sound that is pleasantly universal and nonpartisan.
The CD includes four bonus tracks, remixes that enliven the original melodies with a dancefloor flair of sparkling style.


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Can Atilla - Waves of Wheels

Artist: Atilla Can
P:
2003
This reissue of Can Atilla’s 1996 recording has been remastered, and includes three additional tracks from 1998 and one from 2003.
“Torchlight” is so eerily similar to Tangerine Dream from the early 90s that it is virtually indistinguishable from the genuine article, full of synth harpsichord and drums, and even saxophone, courtesy of Meric Demirkol rather than TD’s sexy Linda Spa.
The title track is even more a dead ringer, with the staccato playing of the harpsichord, scorching guitar leads, and the same cadence to the synth drums as many a TD track from that era. So the question becomes, do you like 90s TD? I think this is as well done as other synth music I’ve heard, indeed better than some. But it still sounds like my least favorite period from one of my favorite bands, and it’s not something I would choose to emulate.
It succeeds on this level, and sometimes rises above it, as on “Love Sequence”, which sounds more like it harkens back to Optical Race, with a mellower lighter touch.
In general though, since Can Atilla seems more than able to achieve any musical goal he sets out to do, I wish he had set his sights toward something higher.
If you like this period of TD, though, you will find yourself in heaven.

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Schwingungen Radio auf CD - Edition Nr.258  11/16
Schwingungen - Radio auf CD
Edition Nr.: 258
11/2016
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