segunda-feira, 22 de outubro de 2012

Q65 - Revival (1969 Holanda Garage Rock Psych)



Q65 FOI FORMADA EM 1965 QUANDO "JOOP ROELOFS" E "FRANK NUYENS" DECIDEM MONTAR UMA BANDA RYTHM BLUES COM O CANTOR "WILLEM BIELER"!! POSTERIORMENTE, DEVIDO A PROBLEMAS COM DROGAS DE WILLEN, A BANDA SE SEPAROU TEMPORARIAMENTE EM 1968 PRA DEPOIS VOLTAR REFORMADA EM 1969,!! ESTE ÓTIMO QUINTETO HOLANDES TINHA NA SUA FORMAÇÃO GRANDES MUSICOS COMO "FRANK NUYENS", EX-CUBY & THE BLIZZARDS E RAINMAN E "JAY BAAR", EX-CUBY & THE BLIZZARDS!! ESSE ALBUM É COMPOSTO POR SINGLES E O ULTIMO MATERIAL LANÇADO PELA BANDA!! MELLOTRON E GUITARRA TRIPPY COM UMA SONORIDADE COMPARÁVEL A BANDA PRETTY THINGS!! É PURA GARAGEM COM RHYTHM BLUES E PITADAS PSICODÉLICAS!! AMIGOS CONSUMIDORES ESTE É UM VENENO MUITO BOM E DE DIFÍCIL AQUISIÇÃO!! COISA RARA!! DA LATA!!

Q65 was formed in early 1965 when guitarists Joop Roelofs and Frank Nuyens (Ex-Cuby &The Blizzards e Rainman) decide to start a band with singer Willem Bieler. The line-up is completed by bass player Peter Vink and drummer Jay Baar (Ex-Cuby & The Blizzards). The band is inspired by Rhythm and Blues traditionals and the songs of Robert Johnson and Willie Dixon as well as The Kinks, The Animals and The Rolling Stones. Q65 started their performances in the Spring of 1965. During a concert at skating rink De Eenhoorn, they met producer Peter Koelewijn. Very impressed by their show, he invited them to an audition at the Phonogram studio, where they record two of their own songs: And Your Kind and You're The Victor. Koelewijn decided to release them on vinyl. In January 1966, their debut single You're The Victor was released and later peaked at #11 on the Dutch Top 40. Then Hans van Hemert replaced Koelewijn. Two other chart toppers reached the Dutch charts the same year: The Life I Live (#5) and I Despise You (#19). Under Van Hemert's guidance their first album entitled Revolution was recorded and released by Decca Records. In 1967, they topped the charts once again with the singles From Above (#13) and World of birds (#8). Due to drug problems and military service duties of singer Wim Bieler, Q65 disbanded in 1968. Q 65 reformed in 1970 with Beer Klaasse on drums, and signed to Negram Records, staying together for one year and two LPs, Afghanistan and We Are Gonna Make It, which had a slightly more psychedelic orientation. The Q 65's line-up changed during the early 1970s as Nuyens exited to join Baar in a band called Rainman, while Q 65 continued with a new line-up, featuring John Frederikz on vocals and Joop van Nimwegan on guitar.


Willem Bieler - Vocals
Frank Nuyens - Guitar
Joop Roelofs - Electric & Acoustic Guitars
Peter Vink - Bass Guitar, Contra-Bass, Harmonium
Jay Baar - Drums, Percussion, Vocals (track 9)

Guest Appearance:
Hans Van Hemert - Vocals (track 8)
Marco Klein - Piano, Orgel (tracks 7, 8 & 10)
Paul Natte - Mellotron (tracks 10)

01. Cry In The Night 2:16
02. No Place To Go 3:10
03. It Came To Me 2:36
04. I Was Young 2:37
05. World Of Birds 3:29
06. So High I've Been, So Down I Must Fall 3:12
07. Sundance 4:40
08. Voluntary Peacemake 5:03
09. Ridin' On A Slow Train 4:14
10. Fairy Tales Of Truth 5:52
11. And Your Kind (Bonus) 3:12
12. I Despice You (Bonus) 2:26
13. Where Is The Key (Bonus) 2:21
14. Ain't That Loving You Baby (Bonus) 2:21
15. Ramblin' On My Mind (Bonus) 4:50
16. 80% O (Bonus) 2:47
17. Mother Mutha's Great Sundance (Bonus) 4:23
18. Hidden Bonus Cut 0:57


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