Typical dutch early 70's sound: jazzy, mainly instrumental with lots of Hammond organ and some flute.
Sounds a bit like Solution, Supersister and Focus (without guitar).
Gé Titulaer sings horrible english, even I can hear that.
But the instrumental parts dominate and they are very good.
By the way, Gé is the father of the Dutch Idols winner 2004 Boris Titulaer.
Gé Titulaer: Keyboards, flutes, vocals
Huub Timmermans: Keyboards
Tom van der Schoot: Bass
Peter Tiggelers: Drums
1 When somedays [8:50]
2 What are you about [4:35]
3 For all who really had to cry [9:40]
1 Day break [4:40]
2 I wish [7:55]
3 There has been a change in me [8:45]
(there are three scratches on 'I wish', sorry for that)
The sun king found his kingdom here [4:20] (not my rip, found it somewhere on the web)
[Listen low quality]
[Download high quality at mediafire]
There is a link between the 'Links' in the right column.
But nobody notices it.
So here the big announcement.
I like sounds.
Don't expect songs or even melody.
All own recordings.
How many four letter messages will be send?
I programmed this in PHP on a local Apache server for Helmut Smits.
You can try it at the exhibition 'Eastern Neighbours' in Utrecht (NL).
If you take a visit, don't miss the Belarus pavilion
My fee was a box of local liquor from the Macedonian curator...
(I still don't have it)