luns, 30 de xaneiro de 2012

MAD CURRY - Antwerp / Song For Cathreen (Talar, 1971)

"Song For Cathreen"

Machiavel might be Belgium's best known and most successful progressive rock band, but they weren't the first. Probably the earliest band from that country playing this kind of music is Mad Curry, who released a single called "Antwerp", and then a self-entitled album, both in 1970 on the small Pirates label. The band came from Antwerp, which is in the nothern half of the country (where the Flemish variety of Dutch is spoken). The band included female vocalist Viona Westra, who sounds remarkably like Curved Air's Sonja Kristina, with saxist Joosk Geeraerts (apparently also known as Giorgio Chitschenko), organist Danny Rousseau, bassist Jean Andore (or Vandooren), and drummer Eddy Kane (or Verdonck). Notice they don't have a guitarist. Ben Miler

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