Altan tunç - yollar kapanmadan gel - senin olmaya geldim

Mu grew up in a peaceful home in the middle class district of Merter, just north of Istanbul’s E5 highway. His father, Altan, worked for the Government Office of Public Works and Settlement, a steady job he’d taken when Mu’s mother, Olcay, fell pregnant with his brother, Orkun, in the winter of 1976. Altan had been a singer before then , winning a nationwide competition and signing to one of Turkey’s leading record companies, Melek Plak (Angel Records) in the mid-1970s. A period marked by escalating right-wing and left-wing tensions, he saw his burgeoning career come to an end following the bloody coup d'etat of 1980 -- a violent eruption in which 50 people were executed, 500,000 arrested and hundreds more died in prison.

At least 24 people, including journalists Nurcan Baysal and Ishak Karakaş, were taken into custody during police raids on January 22 as part of the investigations across Istanbul and Diyarbakır.

Altan Tunç - Yollar Kapanmadan Gel - Senin Olmaya Geldim