Ibrahim Tatilses
Yetmez mi?


01) Bebegim
02) Pala Remzi
03) Yetmez mi?
04) Persian
05) Keskin Bicak
06) Daglar
07) Aglama
08) Namerd Olayim
09) Mavisim
10) Ayrilamam
11) Deryalim
12) Bi Murada Eremedim
13) Zurnaci Ibo Dayi
14) Yuh Yuh
15) Urfa'nin Etrafi


İbrahim Tatlıses is a singer born in the city of Sanliurfa. Tatlıses has been involved with 38 albums, including Ayağında Kundura and Selam Olsun. He hosts the television programme İbo Show and has appeared in several dozen films.

İbrahim Tatlıses was born of mixed Arab and Kurdish descent. Tatlıses was raised by his mother. His father died when he was a young child. He began singing at weddings and other events during his teens. He released an album in 1975, and Tatlıses temporarily left music. Moving to Istanbul with his family in 1977, he then worked as a salesman while recording his second album, Ayağında Kundura. In the 1980s, he recorded numerous folk dance songs with the accompaniment of an orchestra in the rural uzun hava style.

Tatlıses initially stood as an MP candidate in the 2007 general election but lost.

On Monday March 14 2011, Ibrahim Tatlises was shot in the head after a performance for his weekly show. The assailants quickly shot out of a black vehicle and sped away. He underwent surgery to remove the bullet and is now in critical condition. He is still under intensive care and is under risk of being paralyzed on his left.
Ibrahim Tatlises is known as the "Turkish Pavarotti"


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