The Outsiders - The Golden Years Of Dutch Pop Music (A&B Sides And More) mp3 flac
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The Outsiders, led by their charismatic lead singer Wally Tax, were known for their rough, uncompromising sound and live performances that would slowly bring the band to fame in the 60. Each double album collects the most important original A sides and a selection of B sides singles. Remastered audio for vinyl, redesigned artwork, including English liner notes and where possible the albums are completed with relevant album tracks. 180 gram audiophile vinyl. Remastered audio for vinyl. Most important A sides, "You Mistreat Me", "Lying All The Time", "Keep On Trying" many more songs, a selection of B side singles and relevant album tracks.
Dutch guitar player and founding member of Golden Earring, George Kooymans wrote Earth And Fire's first hit "Seasons" and several singles followed with "Weekend" becoming their biggest one. Besides all their big hits there is a plethora of B sides to be found on the double album.
Golden Years of Dutch Pop Music: A & B Sides.
Tracklist: CD 1 1. Murphy Mc Coy (2:53) 2. My Sister Kate (2:20) 3. You Better Watch Yourself (2:45) 4. One Night Blues (6:39) 5. Wang Dang Doodle (5:09) 6. Crazy Woman (2:40) 7. Black Lisa (2:50) 8. Red Mountain River (2:16) 9. Choice (2:31) 10. Selection (5:19) 11. . Boogie (4:14) 12. Johnny W (6:58) 13. Please Don't.
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More progressive music emerged in the 1960s in Amsterdam. In 1964 (see 1964 in music), The Outsiders were the first Dutch psychedelic rock band to become successful. Well known was the 'Haagse Scene' - many of the popular bands of the 60s came from The Hague, such as Shocking Blue, which topped the US charts in 1970 with "Venus", Golden Earring, Q65, The Motions, Earth & Fire. Other representatives from this period: the Cats, Tee Set, Bintangs, Sandy Coast, Cuby & the Blizzards and Brainbox. Together with the Golden Earring, which scored some of their biggest hits with "Radar Love", "Twilight Zone' and "When The Lady Smiles". The Nits developed a large audience outside the Netherlands, including Finland, Switzerland, Germany, France, Belgium, Greece and Canada and in 1989 were the first Dutch band to play in the (then still) Soviet Union.