Saturday, 25 July 2015

Boudewijn de Groot

Boudewijn de Groot

Het Strand

Noordzee


and again


Apocalypse


Vrijgezel


Elegie prenatale

Meisje van 16 jaar


Weltrusten president


Woningnood

Voor de Overlevenden (tweede album)


Naast jou



en nog een keer





voor de overlevenden



vrienden van vroeger


testament




 verdronken vlinder

and again

and again


maas en waal







Beneden alle peil



Picnick (derde album)


prikkebeen


Eva


Glazen stilte


Aeneas nu




Jimmy


Tante Julia




Moeder


Wegen


Een wonderkind

Als jij niet van me houdt


Rover


De Roos

Annabel


Avond


Boudewijn de Groot in Paradiso 1996





Hilary Hahn; Shostakovich and Prokovief

Hilary Hahn

I really liked her Shostakovitch and Prokofiev violin concerto performances


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Here is the last part of the 1st violin of Shostakovich.

Here the full concerto


Here two live performances of 1st violin concertos of Prokofiev






Thursday, 2 July 2015

Rolling Stones




1964 Carol  Tell me Fade Away



First Album

It's all over now 1964



Part of second album 1965


Under the boardwalk








Last time



Play with fire



Satisfaction


rolling stones The Under Assistant West Coast Promo Man


Out of our heads (1965)

This album (3rd) was not so good as the ones before but i really liked this one, although it might be a bit sentimental.


Get of my cloud


As TEARS GO BY

19th nervous breakdown



4th album Aftermath; one of the best albums I think

I realy liked; Stupid Girl, Lady Jane, Flight 505, High and Dry, Out of time and then the little hidden jewels of Doncha bother me and I am waitng. And then the rather peculiar Going Home.

And then came the famous single Paint it black.(May 1966)



And Lady Jane;What a jewel; even my aunty liked it!


Wednesday, 1 July 2015

Dutch popgroeps 1960's



My first memory about pop music was the song "Kom van het Dak af"  by Peter Koelewijn. I must have been about 6, when we were on the beach and my two older brother were imitating ,with sticks a guitars , the song.


When I was around 11 or 12 or so , we were fortunate that there was a rather progressive village council, but as we were situated around a tourist area (dunes,beeches and the sea) and so a few campings were around, this might also have played a role in inviting three well known pop groups in three successive years.
Rob Hoeke, Golden Earring and the Shoes;

This song my brothers might had as I can remember it after 50 years!

This kind of music I can remember from the first performance, like the next one; it must have been when I was 10 or 11(1964 probably) 




Golden Earring came the next year I think, that must have been 1965 (12 years old)
I cannot remember the music from that concert, but I remember the following tracks and some more, but these are the good ones I really liked. They are very original I think and typically Golden Earring.



That Day (1966)

Daddy, buy me a girl (1966)

Sound of the screaming day (1967)

I just lost somebody This was one of my favourites (1968)

And to my shame I then liked this one too; Dong dong diki diki dong; perhaps to show my mother that pop music was not too bad! (1968, 14 years old)
Just a Little Bit of Peace in My Heart (1968)

Then I lost touch with this kind of music.

The Shoes came next year (1966)



1967


1968


Other popgroeps  were the outsiders





Monkey on you back