"In retrospect Selçuk Alagöz has been known for being the very first kitsch figure of Turkish pop music and being a little school for young musicians to cut their teeth and go on to form their own bands! His records always has been confusing : very frequently you get one rocking side and the other side unbelievable irritating pop stuff." G. Aya
* "Ararim seni her yerde" and its psychedelic ethno folkpop B-side :
* "Bahçelere Geldi Bahar" from 1966
Another single (also at Turkish Delights) :
Turkish text written on Altin Mikrofon 1965 single here Turkish text to be read on Altin Mikrofon 1966 single here
On 'Turkish delights', he's listed with the Cedars song, "Saklaran Birisen"
(Hide if you want to hide). Cedars were a Libanese band, who recorded some singles in England. B-side "Ringo" is a Morricone's "Good, Bad, Ugly" song with some nice organ sounds in it. This is kitschy too.
See also singles with Rana (sister of Selçuk Alagöz) at the Rana Alagöz page
Also Uç Hürel participated with Selçuk Alagöz.
Engin Yörükoglu from Selçuk Alagöz went later to Mogollar :