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Cuby + Blizzards - Forgotten Tapes (1979)

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01. L.S.D. (Got A Million Dollars)
02. Richard Cory
03. Feeling Like A Suitcase
04. Because OIf Illness
05. Woman
06. On The Road
07. Stepping In My Shoes
08. You Don't Know
09. Session
10. That's All Right
11. Your Body, Not Your Soul

Personnel:
Dick Beekman - Drums
Herman Brood - Keyboards, Vocals
Herman Deinum - Bass
Eelco Gelling - Guitar
Henk Hilbrandie - Piano
Hans Kinds – Guitar
Hans Lafaille - Drums
Willy Middel - Bass
Harry Muskee - Harmonica, Producer, Vocals
Helmig VanDer Vegt - Keyboards
Jaap VanEyck - Bass
Hans Waterman - Drums

 

Although unknown to the English-speaking market, Cuby & the Blizzards have been one of Holland's top blues bands since the mid-'60s. Some of their early singles had a beat/punk orientation, particularly "Stumble & Fall" and "Your Body Not Your Soul," both of which would be reissued on various Dutch beat compilations a few decades later. They quickly settled into a straighter blues groove, however. Their claims to fame in the larger rock/pop world are that they briefly backed Van Morrison in the gap between his departure from Them and the beginning of his solo career, although details of the association remain murky; also, at one point lead guitarist Eelco Gelling was asked to join John Mayall's Bluebreakers, although he declined. --- Richie Unterberger, Rovi

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