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Song 2: Recorded at The Van Studio, Spakenburg, with FdJ: lvoc, p; RJS: acc, arranger, mix; N. Sollewijn Gelke: bg; M. Boon: g; R. Bakker: dr; H. de Jonge: vio. Karaoke versie also released on +5 DVD Box Oude Jaars Conference 1982-2001.


9/08 II:
5122 18.12.99: Groenoordhallen, Leiden (Vi, CD): "Last Blast Of The Century"

Golden Earring - Video (CNR Music 2004590, April '00),



- DVD (Universal 987 085-0, 2001).

DVD with some extras: An interview with the 4 Earrings, multi angel recordings of one song without RJS and songs 7, 11, 13, 14, 16.
10/08 III:
5025A 26.8-24.9.74 and Dec. '74: Soundpush Studio, Blaricum: "Switch"

Kill Me (Ce Soir) (GK, BH, J. Fenton)/Lucky Number (GK, BH) (Pol. 2050 353, Febr. '75 /+Track 2094130, 1975)

Notes: Song A listed as "Ce Soir" on label. (My single has no cover, but the Earring site shows a cover: Ce Soir). Edit of LP version.

B-side is an out-take of the Moontan sessions. Finished during the Switch sessions. At the end of the song with an added horn section (B. Borgers - sax and Karl Kalf (?) - tru) and synth. and p. RJS?


5090C+ 1985 (?): Bullet Sound, Vuuren (?)

Alle vrouwen (W. van der Leest, HdB, K. Speenhof)/De prinses (HdB) (CNR Rec. 142.243, 1986)

RJS: prod. of B-side.
5090D+ -> 5090D 1985 (?): Bullet Sound, Vuuren (song B1) and Studio BGM, Voorburg

Hans de Booij – DoCD Geduld (Beste Van 1982 – 2002) (CNR Music/HKM Rec. HKM 42153, 2002)

A14 Drie Kamers (HdB 15 De Kathedraal (J. Brel, W. Ertveld) B1 Alle Vrouwen (W. van der Leest, HdB, K. Speenhof)
11/08:
5008E 31.5.71: Damensportpark Geleen, Burg ("Pinkpop")

Notes: Both songs incomplete. Concert footage without live sound!

(According to the pictures, they were filmed playing Wow. Although they recorded the song for a single release in 1972, it’s an old song. See Entry 5006.)

11/08 II:
5004A+ 1968: ...?... Studio, Den Haag

1 Pinknalsally (S) 2 Seven Devils (S) 3 Seven Ways To Die (S)

Notes: First studio recordings.

Songs played live but most probably not recorded at a studio: Antonella (S), Heebaberieba (S, RD), Lonely Rocking Rocket Man (S), Nothing Is Real (S), We’re On A Ship, Now (S).
5031 Best Of Golden Earring:

LP The Best Of Golden Earring - 10 Years 20 Hits (Arcade ADE H11, Aug. ‘75)



(Kill Me) Ce Soir* (5026), Sleepwalkin'* (5033), To The Hilt (5034), Quiet Eyes* (5092), Why Do I (5092), They Dance (5092), This Wheel's On Fire* (5104), Lucky Number (5025A), Gimme A Break (5092), Last Blast Of The Century (5122).
5032 Late summer 1975: Island Mobile (GK's house - Rijkevorsel (B)): "To The Hilt"

& 5033 & 5034


5127B+ 2.9.00: Camel (?), Los Angeles (USA) ("Progfest 2000") (SB)

Supersister - CD Progfest 2000 (Musea …?...?),



DVD Progfest 2000 (Musea …?...).

6 Judy Goes On Holiday (Band)

Notes: Whole show:

1 Present From Nancy (S, SvE) 2 Memories Are New (S, SvE) 3 Corporating Combo Boys/ 4 Mexico 5 A Girl Named You 6 No Tree Will Grow 7 Judy Goes On Holiday (Band) 8 6 blaue dwergen (S, R. Douw)/ 9 Energy (Out Of Future)/ 10 Higher 11 Pudding en gisteren (S, SvE) 12 Wow (Band) 13 She Was Naked 14 Radio (Band) (Rem. songs by S)

filmed for a planned Supersister video, but - with interviews with RJS, soundcheck and backstage rehearsals - actually only small parts were used (see Entry 5144).


1/09 III:
5154 11.5.08: Kerk, Ruigoord (“Vurige Tongen Festival”) (A-DVD)

1 …?...


2 Dankzij de dijken (Nits, FdJ)

3 Monologue (FdJ)/



4 North Country Blues (BD, FdJ

FdJ: voc; RJS: keyb, bvoc; Hella de Jonge: vio; Cok van Vuuren: acg, eg, bvoc; Bart Wijman: bg; Rob Wijman: dr.

Notes : Song 2 incomplete.

YouTube site: Songs 1-4.


New: 5155+ 20.9.08: TV (?) studio, …?...: “Stork On Air” (Radio/TV West)
New: 5156+ 29.9.-3.10.08: Radio studio, …?...: “50 Jaar Nederpop” (Radio 2)

Notes: With RJS?


New: 5157+ 9.10.08: TV studio. …?...: “50 Jaar Nederpop Quiz” (Ned. 3: VPRO)

Notes: RJS as part of the quiz team.



New: 5158+ 20.10.08: Radio studio, …?...: “Schiffers.fm“ (Radio 2)

1 Interview with RJS


New: 5159+ 15.11.08: Radio studio, …?...: “Bijlage” (Radio/TV Noord-Holland)
New: 5160+ Nov. (??) 2008: The Van Studio

RJS - CD&DVD Rond (…?..., 19.1.09)


1 United States Of Mind 2 She Was Naked 3 Dankzij de duinen (Frits, RJS) 4 Like A Sinking Stone 5 Twilight Zone (G. Kooymans) 6 Una Paloma Blanca () 7 Days Of The Privet 8 Psychopath 9 Memory Are New III 10 Wash Your Hands before You Touch 11 The House (Nits) 12 River (Nits) (rem. songs by RJS)

RJS: p, voc.

Notes: RJS live in the studio.

Songs 1, 3, 7: New songs. Song 3: New version of Dankzij de dijken. Song 12 missnamed as “The River”.

On 7th (or 6th) Febr., there was a special concert at the Van Studio to celebrate the new record.


New: 5161+ 21.12.08: KHL Lokaal, Amsterdam (A-DVD)

1 ……………


Notes: YouTube site: All songs.

RJS: p, voc.


New: 5162+ 17.1.09: Studio Plantage (?), Amsterdam: "Muziekcafé" (TROS radio + (?) TV)

1 Dankzij de duinen (Frits, RJS)

Notes: YouTube site: Song 1. Radio show according to the stips site. No telecast? Filmed by the crew?

New: 5163+ 2.2.09: TV studio, Vlaardingen (?): “…?...” (Vlaardingen TV)
2/09:
5050 Summer '77: Artisound Studio, A'dam, Relight Studio, H'beek, Soundpush Studio,

((+German release Bellaphone 2548 reviewed in two popular German music mags in July 1978!))
5054 Late '77/early '78: Relight Studio, Hilvarenbeek: "Back To 78"

((Reviewed in a popular German music mag in January 1979.))
5067 1979: Relight Studio, Hilvarenbeek: "Buddy Odor"

((Reviewed in a popular German music mag in Febr. 1980.))
5090D+ -> 5090D 1985 (?): Bullet Sound, Vuuren (song B1) and Studio BGM,
5097KB+ 1990 (?): ...?... Studio, ...?...

Notes: Voices dubbed on Dutch version of the movie "Rock-a-Doodle". DVD including "the making of" with RJS, etc.



YouTube site: The making of, parts 1 and 2.
2/09 II:
5026 9.10.74: …?... (US): “Don Kirshner’s Rock Concert” (TV)

1 Radar Love 2 +Big Tree Blue Sea 3 The Vanilla Queen 4 +Candy’s Going Bad (all BH, GK)

Notes: Date unsure. It’s not from the 1975 tour, because it’s without Bertus Borgers.

Most probably rec. in 1974.

YouTube site: Songs 1, 3. Song 1 listed as “live 1973”! Song 3: BH: voc, g; GK: g, voc.


5076+ -> 5076 1980 (?): Relight Studio, Hilvarenbeek

Innersleeve – Lademachers’ Innersleeve (Ariola 203383, 1981)



(A4 Chase The Shadows Away) ((B2 Face The Music)) (both: DL, EdT)

Notes: Without RJS?? There are some synth-alike-sounds on 2 tracks, but I think that Dany Lademacher played them on his guitar.

Fact is, that, in 1981, RJS was on tour with this band. Fact is, that, in 1981, RJS released his U.P. LP with Dany on g and bg. Fact is, that no keyboard player is mentioned in the sleeve notes.

After studying cover and label, it’s not clear for me whether “Lademachers’ (sic) Innersleeve is the name of the band or the title of the record.

The band: Dany Lademacher: g; Emile den Tex: voc; Jaap van der Sluys: bg; Roger Wollaert: dr. (Live with Ken Spence: sax (no sax on the LP); Harry Hardholt: g (all guitars on the record by DL).



(There’s a rumour about a release of a live recording of a song called Stay With Me in 1981. Or is that a different title of the record??)

((Single Where Are The Girls/Bitter Tears (both: DL, EdT) (Ariola 102878, 1981) without RJS. And a single from 1995 without RJS too.))
5076A+ --
2/09 III:
5040 Summer ‘76: Relight Studio, Hilvarenbeek + Artisound Studio, A'dam: "Contraband"

There exists a +Contraband EP, a clubpressing from Germany (Pol. 2835 031, 1977 (?)). With A1 Faded Jeans (2 Bombay) (B1 Time’s Up) 2 Fightin’ Windmills.
5065 + 5110 + 5111: Wash Your Hands Before You Touch -> 10 Wash Your Hands Before You Touch Me
5065 1979: Relight Studio, Hilvarenbeek: "Zig-Zag"

Transister (=RJS) - LP Zig-Zag (Ariola 201 163, 1979),

- DoCD Zig Zag & U.P. (Dureco/SOSS 55 22642, May 2000).
A1 Do The Hop 2 The Clock 3 Wash Your Hands Before You Touch Me 4 Trip To China B1 Run Run Run 2 Hideway 3 Psychopath 4 Underneath The Ocean Blue 5 Sugar 6 Fools Forever (Song A2 by RJS, HW, the others by RJS)

RJS: voc, keyb, prod; Huba de Graaf: vio, keyb, voc; Dick Scholte Nordholt: bg, voc; Henk Wijtman: dr, vibes, voc.



Notes: Song 3 with some lyrics more than inspired by the famous Papa Was A Rolling Stone (N. Whittfield/B. Strong).
5160+ -> 5155 15.7.08: The Van Studios, Spakenburg

RJS - CD & DVD Rond (Superior SU 29209, 19.1.09)


1 United States Of Mind 2 She Was Naked 3 Dankzij de duinen (Frits, RJS) 4 Like A Sinking Stone 5 Twilight Zone (G. Kooymans) 6 Una Paloma Blanca (H. Bouwens) 7 Days Of The Privet 8 Psychopath 9 Memory Are New III 10 Wash Your Hands Before You Touch Me 11 The House (Nits) 12 Radio (RvE, RJS) 13 River (Nits) (rem. songs by RJS)

RJS: p, voc. Prod, audio remix (BMG).

Notes: RJS live in the studio. Recorded more than 2 months before the start of the tour.

Songs 1, 3, 7: New songs. Song 3: New version of Dankzij de dijken. Song 5: Listed in the booklet as a B. Hay, G. K. compostion. Song 10 named “Wash Your Hands (Before You Touch Me)”, but acc. to the Transister LP Wash Your Hands Before You Touch Me is the right title. Song 13 named “The River”, but on the Ting record it’s listed as River. ((By the way, words on songs 11 and 13 by HH!)

On 7th (or 6th) Febr., there was a special concert at the Van Studios to celebrate the release of the new record.


5161+ -> 5161 21.12.08: KHL Lokaal, Amsterdam (A-DVD)

1 Do The Hop

2 …?...

3 The Vacuum Cleaner

4 Dankzij de duinen (Frits, RJS)

5 …?...

6 Wash Your Hands Before You Touch Me

7 Radio (RvE, RJS)/

8 Nescio (H)

RJS: p, voc.

Notes: YouTube site: All songs.
3/09:
5163+ 2.2.09: TV studio, Vlaardingen (?): “…?...” (Vlaardingen TV)

 Nits!
New: 5163+ 6/7.3.09: TV studio, …?...: „Nachtegiel“ (R3FM + TV3)


New: 5164+ 17.3.09: radio studio, …?...: „De Koning Te Rijk“ (Radio Brabant)
3/09 II:
5086B+ 1984 (?): Studio BGM, Voorburg

Theater Balloen - Theatre production "Addio Addio Adieu" (1984)


1 Addio addio adieu 2 Het rosenlied (both: S, R. Kortling)

RJS: all instr, arr.



Notes: New studio with RJS as founding member. (Stips site says that this happened in 1985.)
4/09 II:
5085 1982: Kooymans Manor, Rijkevorsel (B): "Cut"

RJS: synth.

Notes: According to the Albinomoon site, the LP was recorded from fall ’81 to early ’82. Most probably without RJS. The songs were mixed at Soundpush Studios, Blaricum. With RJS?

Band: see Entry 5024.


5085B 1982: Kooymans Manor, Rijkevorsel (B): "Cut"

The Devil Made Me Do It/Shadow Avenue (BH) (21 Rec. 21.012, Dec. 1982, NL)

Notes: A-side is without RJS. B-side with synth. -> RJS?

Albinomoon site gives another possibility: Synth by Rinus Gerritsen!

(King Dark (RG, BH), B-side Of Twilight Zone, has no synth.)


4/09 III:
5093+ 1985-1989: Studio BGM (?), Voorburg (?)

5094+ 1985-1989: Studio BGM, Voorburg

5097IA+ 1989 (?): Studio BGM, Voorburg

5097KA+ 1989 (?): Studio BGM, Voorburg


5133 March 2003: RJS rejoins Nits for the recording of the new record and for the forthcoming tour. For details see Entry 330A.
5/09:
New: 5097M+ …?...

Hi Ho Silver – CD Hi Ho Silver 2 (Silenz Rec. 269522 2, 1991)


11 Shape Of The World (JvD)

RJS: mix; John van Dijke: g, samp; Marcel van Dijke: bg; Clemens Cillekens: dr, perc; (with Yono Achmat: voc; Max Mollinger, Peter Callicher: bvoc.)


5/09 II:
5111A+ 1996-98: ...?...

V.A. - CD Villa BVD (For friends of Villa BVD ..., 1998)
9 Smash The Mirror (RJS, AL)

Notes: Previously unreleased live recording. A CD to support Villa BVD, a Dutch TV program.


5113E->B 8.5.97: Carré Theater, Amsterdam: "Gemeen Goed"

Freek de Jonge & Stips - Video (EMI 4 918553 1, 1997)


5113B->C 1997 (("Gemeen Goed" or "Rapsodia"))

1 Leven na de dood (B. Dylan, FdJ) 2 Leven na de dood (Karaoke versie) (B. Dylan) (EMI 2438847162, 1997).


5113C+->D+ 1997 (("Gemeen Goed" or "Rapsodia"))

1 Leven na de dood (Karaoke versie) 2 Leven na de dood (Vlaamse versie) (both: BD, FdJ) (EMI 2438847482, 1997).


5113D+->E+ 1997 (("Gemeen Goed" or "Rapsodia"))

1 Heer heb melij (met de Belgen) (Radio edit) (FdJ, RvhG, RJS) 2 De

Zeeland Blues (FdJ, RJS) 3 Heer ... (Album versie) 4 Leven na de dood (BD, FdJ) (EMI 2438849402, 1997)
5122 18.12.99: Groenoordhallen, Leiden: "Last Blast Of The Century"

Notes: Only the 17 songs with RJS are listed. Without RJS: Songs 1-6 of the set, 20 (Burning Stuntman)/21 (Cesar On Drums)/ Burning Stuntman ctd.), 24 (When The Lady Smiles), 25 (Rinus On Bass)/26 (Legalize Telepathy), 28 (I Can't Sleep Without You).



DoCD/Video: Different introductions of RJS before song 1. DVD recorded in Leiden -> DoCD recorded on different locations: 26th Nov. ‘99: Beverwjik, 27th ‘99: Wateringen, 9th Dec. ‘99: Tilburg, 11th Dec. ‘99: Volendam (all “try out shows”), 18th Dec. ‘99: Leiden.

On the DoCD, only songs 1-3 with RJS credited as keyboard player (CD1/7-9), but all the above mentioned songs have keyboard sounds too!

DoCD with 27 songs. Drum and bass solos considerably shortened and not

listed. Song The Last Blast Of The Century mistakenly not listed on the DoCD. Performed only on the last concert of the tour.

Video: Listed song sequence not right. As on the DoCD, The Devil Made Me Do It was played after Cesar On Drums and part 2 of Burning Stuntman.

Part of the Leiden concert was +broadcast on TV.

Song 12 is/was an inofficial download on an Earring site.

DVD with some extras: An interview with the 4 Earrings, multi angel recordings of songs 7, 11, 13, 14, 16 and one song without RJS.
5/09 III:
5013A 4.10.71: Radio studio, Hamburg (D)

CD *m*a*n* Memories Are New (SOSS 55 23272, late 2000)

Notes: Songs 6-12 on the CD. Song 1 is an instrumental. Recorded with the Tanz- und Unterhaltungsorchester des NDR.

CD liner notes: 4-10-1971 (= 4th Oct. 1971?)

www.Supersister - concerts: 10th May. No town given. (There were concerts on the 6th May in Hamburg and on the 7th May in Bremen.)

?? www.Supersister: 4th & 5th Oct. 1971 in Hamburg. NDR Radio Studio. ??

www.stips: Recorded in Bremen. ((Today the NDR Studio is in Hamburg))


New: 5008AC+ 10.3.71: TV studio, …?...: “TopPop” (AVRO)

1 (?) A Girl Named You (S) (?)


5056 Early '78: Relight Studio, Hilvarenbeek: "Ten Mistakes"

Rock 'n Roll (HV)/I Shot My Manager (HV) (Ariola 11 877 AT, April '78 /

+EPIC S EPC 6302, 1978, UK)

Notes: A-side released as bonus track on CD 10 Mistakes + Buddy Odor ... (Pseudonym Rec. CDP-1067-DD, 2000).



A-side: A video was made and re-released on +DVD Career Movies (..?... 500490, 2004), a compilation of all their videos.

YouTube site: Song 1 (Video clip).


5060 1978 (?): Relight Studio, Hilvarenbeek: ("Back To 78")

Disco Really Made It (HV)/I Don't Know (HV) (Ariola 100.335, March '79 / +EPIC EPC-S 7180, 1979, UK)

RJS: prod (with HV).

Notes: A-side: A video was made and re-released on +DVD Career Movies (..?... 500490, 2004), a compilation of all their videos.

YouTube site: Song 1 (Video clip).
5063 1978 (?): Relight Studio, Hilvarenbeek

Gruppo Sportivo: Sleeping Bag (HV)/I Don't Love You (HV) (Ariola 100.645, 1979)

RJS: prod (with HV).

Notes: A-side: A video was made and re-released on +DVD Career Movies (..?... 500490, 2004), a compilation of all their videos.
5078 Summer 1981: Soundpush Studios, Blaricum: "Pop! Goes The B..."

My Old Cortina (HV)/My Favourite Song (HV) (Ariola 102.559, 1980)



Notes: A-side: A video was made and re-released on +DVD Career Movies (..?... 500490, 2004), a compilation of all their videos.

Recorded in 1980 or a wrong P-date?


5078A Summer 1981: Soundpush Studios, Blaricum: "Pop! Goes The B..."

Very Nice (HV/No Shampo (Also Very Nice) (HV) (Ariola 103.050, 1981)



Notes: A-side: A video was made and re-released on +DVD Career Movies (..?... 500490, 2004), a compilation of all their videos.
5097A 1988 (?): Ring Side Studio, Rijkevorsel (B)

Gruppo Sportivo: Mexican Radio (M. Moreland, S. Ridgway)/Alice In Switserland (HV) (Ariola 109.675, 1988)

RJS: mix of A-side, prod of B-side.

Notes: In 1987, Hans Vandenburg formed a new group named Ugly Head. These songs were recorded for an Ugly Head single, but there were commercial arguments to release it as a Gruppo Sportivo single. (See Entry 5064 for a Best Of with Mexican Radio).



A-side: A video was made and re-released on +DVD Career Movies (..?... 500490, 2004), a compilation of all their videos.

YouTube site: Video clip of Mexican Radio.


5097D 1989 (?): (DB Studios, Rijksijk and) BGM Studios, Voorburg

Sucker Of The Century (HV/Hadn't Much To Say (HV) (JAWS Rec. JAWS 5518-7, 1989)



Notes: A-side: A video was made and re-released on +DVD Career Movies (..?... 500490, 2004), a compilation of all their videos.
5097F+ 1989 (?): (DB Studios, Rijksijk and) BGM Studios, Voorburg

Blue Moon (HV)/A Horse With No Name (HV?) (JAWS Rec. JAWS 5521-7, 1989)



Notes: A-side: A video was made and re-released on +DVD Career Movies (..?... 500490, 2004), a compilation of all their videos.
5132A 2002 (?)/2003: The Van Studio (?), Spakenburg.

Notes: Live concert (Mojo Theater, Delft). Without RJS. There was prob. a +TV broadcast.

(Song Nu het nog kan written by FdJ and RJS.)
5138 4.2.05: Concertgebouw, Amsterdam (?)

1 Vergeet mij niet (FdJ, RJS)

Notes: Arranged by RJS, with Martin Fonse.

Freek de Jonge with the Metropole Orkest, conducted by Dick Bakker.

Recorded with The Van ((Mobile Studio)). Song released on promo CD/DVD Annie Schmidtprijs 2004 (Stemra COS 117, 2005).

+Whole concert broadcast by NCRV Radio?
5142+ 26.4.05: …?..., Den Haag (TV)

A +book was made dedicated to this idea: Een Royaal Gebaar, containing one or two free CDs

CD1, track 9: Quarantaine (RJS, FdJ). Studio or live recording?
5149+ Prob. April/May 2007: …?...

Freek de Jonge - DoCD De Toeschouwer (De Roje … ?..., Oct. 2007)


CD1: 1 Aandacht 2 Doodsangst (FdJ, HH, RJS) 3 Beter zo (FdJ, B. Vermeulen) 4 Jonas (FdJ, RJS) 5 De vondeling van Ameland (FdJ, B. de Groot) 6 Vlakke land 7 Dankzij de dijken 8 Jeruzalem 9 Vaders stem (FdJ, HH, RJS) 10 De mur 11 Quarantaine (FdJ, RJS) 12 Srebenica 13 Wees niet bang (FdJ, HH) 14 Vergeet mij niet (FdJ, RJS) CD2: 1 Meditation 2 En toen ik 18 was (FdJ, E. Drake) 3 Brays 4 In jouw ogen 5 Lied van de oude geliefden (J. Brel) 6 Bokito 7 Bermmonument 8 Meppelerbroek (rem. credits: ?)

RJS: keyb; FdJ: voc; Emmy Verheij (?), Ebred Reijnen (?) Ernö Olah (?): vio; Hella de Jonge: vio; Cok van Vuuren: g; Bart Wijman: bg; Rob Wijman or Leon Klaasse: dr.

Notes: Live recordings. Most probably, a DVD doesn’t exist.
New: 5165 3.5.09: Café de Gigant, Apeldoorn (A-DVD)

1 Nescio (H)

2 The Magic Of Lassie

3 Radio (RvE, RJS)

4 Dankzij de duinen (Frits, RJS)

RJS: p, voc.

Notes: YouTube site: Songs 1-4. (Song 2: No songttitle given. Song incomplete.)
0000 -> 5122A 2000 (?): Ahoy, Den Haag: “De vrienden van Amstel live!” (.?.)

1 Leven na de dod (BD, FdJ) 2 Voor den duvel (Sympathy For The Devil (MJ, KR, FdJ)/Get Off Of My Cloud/Satisfaction (both: MJ, KR)/Ritme van de regen (J. Gummoe, R. de Nijs (?))/…?.../…?...

Notes: FdJ: lvoc; RJS: keyb, bvoc; Hella de Jonge: vio; with Skik: Daniel Lohues: g, voc (2); Maarten van der Helm: bg; Marlen Davers: dr or perc; .?.: g ?.

((I Can’t Get No) Satisfactio: Riff only.)



YouTube site: Songs 1, 2.
6/09:
5071: Revised Entry
6/09 III:
5026 9.10.74: …?... (US): “Don Kirshner’s Rock Concert” (TV)

1 Radar Love 2 +Big Tree Blue Sea 3 The Vanilla Queen 4 +Candy’s Going Bad (all BH, GK)

Notes: Date unsure. It’s not from the 1975 tour, because it’s without Bertus Borgers.

Most probably rec. in 1974. There was a +telecast in early Nov. 1974 (Episode Nr. 2.13). Taken from this tour? A third of +Don Kirshner’s Rock Concerts are downloadable.

YouTube site: Songs 1, 3. Song 1 listed as “live 1973”! Song 3: BH: voc, g; GK: g, voc.
7/09 III:
5044 1976 (?): Soundpush Studio, Blaricum: "Sweet d'Buster"

Bread (BB, AB) 2 Ready For Love (B. Holland, L. Dozier, E. Holland


5048 1977 (?): Artisound Studio, Amsterdam

RJS: prod; Mark Boon: g, voc; Ron van Eck: bg, voc; J. Lawrence: voc, g, p; Hans van Maurik: dr; Bobby Dessanvagie: fl, g, voc. (Five musicians on cover.)


New: 5162A+ 17.2.09: Radio studio, …?...: “Oog op morgen” (radio 1)

New: 5164A+ Radio studio, …?...: “Ochtendshow” (Radio West)
New: 5164B+ Radio studio, …?...: “The Beat Goes On” (Radio West)
New: 5166 June/July 2009: RJS’s home (?), Delft: “…?...” (.?.)

1 Interview with RJS

2 …?...

3 …?...


4 …?...

Notes: Theme was the Holland Popfestival ((June 27th)) 1970. With a few live stills from Supersister, but with no live sound. Also a bit of the VPRO broadcast was shown (see Entry 5008D)

Songs 2-4: Piano improvisations or part of songs?

YouTube site: Whole broadcast.


New: 5167 11.7.09: Rietveldpaviljoen, Otterlo (DVD)

1 J.O.S. Vrees

2 Nescio (H)

RJS: grand piano; HH: voc, acg, harp.

Notes: Concert by RJS and HH at the Kröller-Müller museum.

This is a part of the short movie “Zwoele Zomer 2009”, shot for the museum by …?... Stips site gives another date for the concert: 13th July. As the movie was put onto the internet on 14th July, it’s …

YouTube site: Zwoele Zomeravond/Zwoele Zomer 2009. Both songs incomplete.
8/09:
5026E+ 26.4.75: Record Plant Studio, Sausalito (US) (SB)

1 The Switch 2 Lucky Number 3 Kill Me (Ce Soir) (GK, BH, J. Fenton) 4 Big Tree Blue Sea 5 Daddy’s Gonna Save My Soul 6 Love Is A Rodeo (all: GK, BH)

Notes: Taken from Wolfgang’s concert vault site.

Aired by King Biscuit Flower Hour (Radio)? (KBFH: No live broadcast. They used to broadcast a Best Of of a concert or of a live session a few months later. The band was given the opportunity to select the songs and mix them!)


5060A+ 9.10.78: Dorpshuis, Ruinerwold

(Credits: See Entries 5061, 5044, 5057, 5058)

5061A+ 3.2.79: Dorpshuis, Ruinerwold

Man Is Strong 14 Get Ready (Credits: See Entries 5061, 5044, 5057, 5058)


Stips: Studio BMG, BMG Studio, BMG Studios -> Studio BMG
8/09 II:
5008C+ 13.5.71: Radio studio, Hilversum (?): "...?..." (VPRO)

1 Sweet Suicide 2 Present From Nancy (both: E+S) 3 Interview with .?. 4 A Girl Named You (S) 5 Interview ctd. 6 Mexico (S)/ 7 Metamorphosis (S)/ 8 Eight Miles High (S)

Notes: Recorded on 5th Feb.?

According to the retsisrepus site, VPRO recorded a show at Baarn’s Groeneveld Castle for this broadcast, but the tour list of the supersister site doesn’t mention a Baarn show.
5027 Between Aug. and Dec. ‘75: Artisound Studios, Amsterdam: “Cuby”

Cuby & The Blizzard - LP Red White 'n Blue (Vertigo 6360 631, 1975, D),

- +LP Red White ‘n Blue (Polydor 2925 034, 1975, NL).

5027AA+ Between Aug. and Dec. ‘75: Artisound Studios, Amsterdam: “Cuby”

Master Of Planning (HvB, HM/Pigeon Girl (FN, HM) (Pol. 2050 368, 1975)

Notes: The second single is without RJS.


5027B+ 1975 (?): Studio BGM (?), Voorburg

Van Santen En Van Santen - Theatre production "De Pianist II" (1975)


X Lang leven het leven (Calypso) X Ouverture (S, Band) X Pietepietepiet X Het serveerlied X Het vaderlied X Zeven jaar geleden (rem. songs by S, W. Stips, M van Waardenberg)

RJS: all instr., arr, prod.



Notes: Studio BGM?? See Entry 5086B.
5071 1980: Relight Studio (?), Hilvarenbeek: "Shot Into The Blue"

Sweet d'Buster - LP (Ariola 202.023, 1980)


A1 Rittum Of Your Soul (BB, JP, PvL) 2 Mean Woman (BB, PS) 3 Is It True (BB, HD) 4 Two Nights Part 2 (BB) 5 In The Evening (BB, HD) B1 When It's Over (BB) 2 Two Nights Part 1 (BB) 3 The Frog (HD, BB) 4 Can't Decide (BB)

RJS: End mix. Bertus Borgers: lvoc, sax; Paul Smeenk: g; Jons Pistoor: keyb; Herman Deinum: bg; with P. van der Linden: dr; M. & J. Waters, C. Jackson: bvoc; P. da Costa: perc.

Notes: The band was not satisfied with the mix of the 1979 LP (Ariola 200.651). Robin Freeman remixed the tracks at Relight Studio, Hilvarenbeek. (With overdubbed drums on track B3 by L. Klaasse). RJS is mentioned as producer of the end mix. Was the different song sequence RJS’s idea?

The 1979 LP was recorded and mixed at Dawnbreaker Studio, San Fernando, USA. With John d’Andrea: prod; Carmine Rubino: eng. Song sequence of the 1979 LP is different:

A1 Rittum Of Your Soul (BB, JP, PvL) 2 Mean Woman (BB, PS) 3 Two Nights (BB) 4 In The Evening (BB, HD) B1 Is It True? (BB, HD) 2 When It's Over (BB) 3 The Frog (HD, BB) 4 Can't Decide (BB)

Song 1 on label as Rhythm …, on cover and lyrics sheet Rittum
5165 3.5.09: Café de Gigant, Apeldoorn (A-DVD)

1 Nescio (H)

2 The Magic Of Lassie

3 Radio (RvE, RJS)

4 Dankzij de duinen (Frits, RJS)

RJS: p, voc.

Notes: YouTube site: Songs 1-4. (Song 2: No songttitle given. Song incomplete)

Honda Motorcycle Videos Gallery: Song 2.
8/09 III:
LP not released on CD so far:

23, 27, 38, 44, 50, 54, 57, 71, 74, 76, 87, 88B, 89


5004B+ 1968: Radio studio, ...?... (KRO)

1 (2x3=) 6 blaue dwergen (RD, S) 2 6 blaue dwergen (RD, S)

Notes: Broadcast on 12th Nov. 1969? ("Radio KRO 1969").

For me, a November 1969 date makes no sense. Early 1969?? (Or recorded in 1969??)
5008AB Late 1970 (?): Phonogram Studios (?), Hilversum

A Girl Named You (S)/Missing Link (Band) (Pol. 2050 090, 1971?)

Notes: In comparison to the LP track with the same title, it seems to be a different song. B-side = instrumental.

Was former Entry 5010 -> new info: The single was a hit tip in late February 1971 -> new recording date!

Bonus tracks on To The Highest Bidder CD (see Entry 5009).
5008AC+ 10.3.71: TV studio, …?...: “TopPop” (AVRO)

1 A Girl Named You (S)



Notes: No song mentioned, but this was the single track in March.
5008D+ -> 5008D May 1971: ..?.., Den Haag

1 Interviews with RJS

Notes: A 1971 VPRO telecast or a best of of sev. telecasts. Introduction of the musicians and interviews with all four members. With small snippets of band rehearsals, a radio interview, piano demonstrations by RJS, etc. Part four (and two) of the second Supersister DVD (see Entry 5144).

The retsisrepus site has with “Supersister on the road” a part of this telecast as bonus. But the audio track is different. The original sounds are replaced by Seven Ways To Die (S).

Is Entry 5012A a part of this telecast?


5008E 31.5.71: Damensportpark Geleen, Burg ("Pinkpop")

DVD Pinkpop – The Vintage Years 1970-1974 (Universal 981 787-7, 2004)


4 Mexico (S) 5 Wow (S)

Notes: Both songs incomplete. Concert footage without live sound!

(According to the pictures, they were filmed playing both songs incl. “I love you”. Although they recorded Wow for a single release in 1972, it’s an old song. See Entry 5006.).

Bonus on the retsisrepus site.

YouTube site: Both songs.


5011 June-July 1971: Phonogram Studios, Hilversum: "To The Highest Bidder"

No Tree Will Grow (S)/The Groupies Of The Band (Band (Pol. 2050 141, 1971?)

No Tree Will Grow (S)/A Girl Named You (S) (Pol. 2001 252, 1971, D)

+No Tree Will Grow (S)/She Was Naked (S) (Dandelion, 2001 379, 1971, UK)

Notes: A-side: LP version, faded in and out. B-side (Groupies): With some female singers and lots of and parts of cover songs such as Frère Jacques (trad.)

NL single: Bonus tracks on To The Highest Bidder CD (see Entry 5009).


5013A 4.10.71: Radio studio, Hamburg (D)

CD *m*a*n* Memories Are New (SOSS 55 23272, late 2000)



It’s said that most songs were especially written for that event.
5017D+ 1973: TV studio, …?...: "Edison Award '73 (?)" (.?.)

1 Interview with RJS

2 Oowee, I Love You (?)

Notes: Did they play Wow or the “I Love You” part of that song? Or an improvisation with this theme??
5020 Best Of: "Startrack Vol. 1"

LP (Polydor 2491 002, 23.8.74)

Notes: Songs A4 and B3 incomplete.
5056B+ 1978: Studio BGM, Voorburg

Jan, Jans En De Kinderen (NCRV TV): Jan, Jans en de kinderen (S)

RJS: all instr., prod.

Notes: Popular Dutch comic strip.
5065 1979: Relight Studio, Hilvarenbeek: "Zig-Zag"

Transister (=RJS) - LP (Ariola 201 163, 1979),

- DoCD Zig-Zag & U.P. (Dureco/SOSS 55 22642, May 2000).

Spelling of record title not clear: Sometimes Zig-Zag, sometimes -Zig-Zag- and sometimes Zig Zag.
5084A+ 1982 (?): Wisseloord Studios, Hilversum

Need Of Well: Typie Typie (M. Kalman, P. van Eik)/New Wave Star (M.

Kalman) (CNR 144.927, 1982)

RJS: prod.

Notes: Kalman or Kalmann.
New: 5095A+ 1985 (?): Ring Side Studio (?), Rijkevorsel (?) (B):

K13 - LP (?) This Kinda Life (…?..., 1986)

- CD (?) "
Dirk Vangansbeke: dr; Fons Sijmons: bg; Tom Thienpont: g; Patrick Riguelle: g, voc; with RJS: keyb; Bertus Borgers: sax; George Kooymans, Barry Hay: bvoc, prod.

Notes: A band from Belgium

YouTube site: Song This Kinda Life (DV). Audio only.
5111C Early 1997 (?): Globezaal, Eindhoven

Freek de Jonge & Stips


1 Nu het nog kan (FdJ, RJS)/Eleanor Rigby (Le, McCa) 2 Vallende vlokken

(S. Adamo, FdJ) 3 De koe (RJS?) 4 "Intermezzo" (= Outro?)



RJS: p (1, 3), acc (2), bvoc; FdJ: lvoc, p (2); Hella de Jonge: vio; MB: bg, bvoc; R. Bakker: dr, perc, bvoc.

Notes: Free CD. Part of the Groningen concert booklet. (Recorded with The Van (Mobile Studio).). Credits song 3: Entry 104B.


5129 3.12.00: Paradiso, Amsterdam

Supersister - DoCD Supersisterious (SOSS 55 24452, 2.12.01),

- DoDVD Sweet Ok Supersister (ACE 11137, 2006)

Notes: YouTube site: Songs 5, 14.


5149+ Prob. April/May 2007: …?...

Freek de Jonge - DoCD De Toeschouwer (De Roje … ?..., Oct. 2007)


CD1: 1 Aandacht 2 Doodsangst (FdJ, HH, RJS) 3 Beter zo (FdJ, B. Vermeulen) 4 Jonas (FdJ, RJS) 5 De vondeling van Ameland (FdJ, B. de Groot) 6 Vlakke land (J. Brel (?) 7 Dankzij de dijken (FdJ, Nits) 8 Jeruzalem 9 Vaders stem (FdJ, HH, RJS) 10 De mur 11 Quarantaine (FdJ, RJS) 12 Srebenica 13 Wees niet bang (FdJ, HH) 14 Vergeet mij niet (FdJ, RJS) CD2: 1 Meditation 2 En toen ik 18 was (FdJ, E. Drake) 3 Brays 4 In jouw ogen 5 Lied van de oude geliefden (J. Brel) 6 Bokito 7 Bermmonument 8 Meppelerbroek (rem. credits: ?)
5161 21.12.08: KHL Lokaal, Amsterdam (A-DVD)

Notes: Song sequence not known.

YouTube site: All songs.
9/09:
5040 Summer ‘76: Relight Studio, Hilvarenbeek; Artisound Studio, A'dam: "Contraband"

Release date November or Decomber (charted on 11th Dec.).

Golden Earring: see Entry 5024, add Eelco Gelling: g.


5042 Summer ‘76: Relight + Artisound (+ 1977: G.T.B., Den Haag = A1): "Contraband"

Golden Earring - LP Mad Love (MCA-2254, Spring ‘77, USA),

- CD: not released so far.
5048 1977 (?): Artisound Studio, Amsterdam

Stamp 'n Go: Witch Doctor (Sparrow)/Samba Nova (Boon, James) (CBS

5099, 1977)

RJS: prod; Mark Boon: g, voc; Ron van Eck: bg, voc; James Lawrence: voc, g, p or Tony de Queljoe: g; Hans van Maurik: dr; Bobby Dessauvage: fl, g, voc.



Notes: Song credits B-side: Mark Boon, James Lawrence?
5052 1977/78: Relight Studio, Hilvarenbeek: "Shpritsz"

Herman Brood - LP (Bubble 26122 XOT, 1978),

- LP (Eurodisc/Ariola 913 222, 1978, F),

-+LP (Ariola ARL 5029, 1979 (?), UK),

- LP (Intercord/Aves INT 146.503, 1978, D),

- LP Herman Brood & His Wild Romance (Ariola Rec. America SW-50059, 1979, USA),



- +CD (Ariola 258321, 1987).
5061 1978: Arnhem (Dec., Stokvishhal), Tilburg (Dec.)+, Zwolle (30.11.78)++

RJS: l'voc on songs 2 and 6.



Notes: Song 10 on CD and LP as “Takes A Lot Of Time”. Some overdubs recorded at Religh Studio, Hilvarenbeek. LP mixed at Sunset Sound Recorders, L.A.
5072A 1980: ...?...

Sunny Jim Band: Mixed Up (MA, JB, DJ, JV)/I Tried (MA, JB, DJ, JJJ)

(Vertigo 6006 091, 1980)

RJS: prod. Martin Allen: voc, g; John Barry: bg, voc; Didier Laget: g, voc; J.J. Vrenegoor: dr; and J.J. Janszen: keyb (?).

Notes: The LP Sunny Jim Band (Vertigo 6435 100, 1981, D) was recorded in 1981 and has nothing to do with RJS: LP version of I Tried is really different!


5086D+ 1984 (??): Studio BGM, Voorburg

12 Steden 13 Ongelukken - music for TV series (VARA)



Notes: The first episode was released in 1990. Therefore, my recording date seems to be wrong. I took it from the Stips site. Their or my mistake?

The idea for the series came from Wouter Stips. As main song, they took a Vangelis composition.

YouTube site: .?.
5090E 1985 (?): Dutch Music Centre, Baarn: “Cosmogony”

Helloise - LP (WEA 240 755-1, 1985),



- +CD (Pseudonym rec. CDP 1035, 1985),

- +CD (Pseudonym Rec. (?) …?..., 1996)
A3 Run A Mile B1 Ready For The Night (both: B. Blauw, S. Verbraak)

RJS: keyb; S. Verbraak: lvoc; A. Boogerds: g, bvoc; B. Blauw: g, bvoc; E. van Ee: dr, perc, bvoc; M. Remeeus: bg.

Notes: CDs with 9 bonus tracks.
5097L+ 1991: Klingklang Studio, Den Haag (?)

Notes: Telecast for the first time on VARA TV. CD exclusively distributed by the VARA shop.


5098B+ 1993: Gooi & Vecht Studio, Hilversum (?)
5103 (Spring?) 1995: Lagune Studio, Rijkevorsel (B): "Sweat Love"

8 This Wheel's On Fire (B. Dylan, R. Danko) 10 Collage (Walsh, Cullie)

RJS: string arrangements; GE: see Entry 5024!

Notes: According to the GE site, the CD was released in 1995. Copyright on cover = 1995. So I put the first idea (= June 1996) aside.



+Burning Stuntman CD (maxi)single (1997) has nothing to do with RJS. Bombay is from CD Naked II, When I Was Young and This Wheel’s On Fire are 1996 live recordings with an orchestra.
5103 (Spring?) 1995: Lagune Studio, Rijkevorsel (B): "Sweat Love"

Golden Earring - CD (Columbia 481122 2, 1995),

- +CD (Sony/Col. 481122-2, 1999),

- +CD (Columbia 481122-6, 2001).


1 When I Was Young (E. Burdon, J. Weider, V. Briggs) 8 This Wheel's On Fire (B. Dylan, R. Danko) 10 Collage (J. Walsh, P. Cullie)

RJS: string arrangements; GE: see Entry 5024! All keyb by RG.

Notes: According to the GE site, the CD was released in 1995. Copyright on cover = 1995. So I put the first idea (= June 1996) aside.

+Burning Stuntman CD (maxi)single (1997) has nothing to do with RJS. Bombay is from CD Naked II, When I Was Young and This Wheel’s On Fire are 1996 live recordings with an orchestra.
9/09 II:
5040 Summer ‘76: Relight Studio, Hilvarenbeek; Artisound Studio, A'dam: "Contraband"

A3 Con Man B2 Fightin' Windmills B3 Faded Jeans (all songs: GK, BH)



RJS: Mini moog (A3), arranger of the strings (B2), p (B3).

5050 Summer '77: Artisound Studio, A'dam; Relight Studio, H'beek; Soundpush Studio, Blaricum: "Ten Mistakes"

Notes: On the +second pressing (1978), Dreamin' was replaced by the single A-side Rock 'n Roll. (See Entry 5056.)
9/09 III:
5004B -> 5004BA

5004BA -> 5004BB


(New) 5004BB+ -> AA+ 1967(/1968): Centre Experimentele Maatschappij (?), Den Haag

1 Super Blues (Band?)

2 Jam session (Band?)

Notes: Song 1: Soundtrack for part three of the second Supersister DVD. Song 2: Soundtrack for part five of the second Supersister DVD. (For DVD see Entry 5144).

Both songs recorded as Sweet Okay Supersister. Recording dates not known to me. Additionally, no locations are mentioned on the DVD. They had a rehearsal room in 1967 (and 1968?) in the Centre. Taken from rehearsal sessions and/or live sessions at the De Laan club? Or …

De Laan was later on named “Provadaya” (Club).


5004A+ -> AB+ 1968: ...?... Studio, Den Haag

1 Pinknalsally (S) 2 Seven Devils (S) 3 Seven Ways To Die (S)

Notes: First studio recordings.

Songs played live but most probably not recorded at a studio: Antonella (S), Heebaberieba (S, RD), Lonely Rocking Rocket Man (S), Nothing Is Real (S), We’re On A Ship, Now (S).


5004BA+ -> C+ 1968: Radio studio, ...?... (KRO)

1 (2x3=) 6 blaue dwergen (RD, S) 2 6 blaue dwergen (RD, S)

Notes: Broadcast on 12th Nov. 1969? ("Radio KRO 1969").

For me, a November 1969 date makes no sense. Early 1969?? (Or recorded in 1969??)


5004C -> B Late 60's: Prob. Bureau GeluidsManipulatie, Den Haag

Supersister - CD *m*a*n* Memories Are New (SOSS 55 23272, late 2000)


1 (2x3=) 6 blauwe dwergen (RD, S) 2 Seven Ways To Die (S) 3 Woods Of

Frustrated Men (RD, S) 4 Corporating Combo Boys (S) 5 Manke boerenwals (RD, S) 6 Psalm (RD)

Notes: Songs 5, 13-17 on the CD. “Late 60’s” taken from the booklet.

5007 July-Aug. 1970: Phonogram Studios, Hilversum : "Present From Nancy"

CD (Esoteric Rec. ECLEC 2056, 13.6.2008).

etc.
5017A+ 20.3.73: Radio studio, London (?) UK): "John Peel Sessions" (BBC)

1 Pudding en gisteren (E+S)

Notes: Live broadcast?
5081 1981: Arnold Mühren Studio, Volendam: "U.P."

Notes: On LP no information as who, where played.



RJS created the songs with his brand-new Oberheim synth and a new dr machine. Drummers only on 3 songs!
5120D+ 1999: Klingklang Studio, Den Haag (?)

Knoop In Je Zakdoek (Teleac TV): Het knooplied (S, FdJ)

RJS: all instr., prod.

Notes: Dutch TV series. Started in 1992. There were at least two songs named Het knooplied. The other one was recorded in 2006 or 2008. Written by Floitsma, Van Tijn.
5121 1999: Klingklang Studio, Den Haag (?)

Robert Jan Stips - CD Rembrandt 2000 (SOSS 55 22612, 3.10.99??)



SOSS was RJS’s idea to have the possibility to release his stuff on his own terms.
10/09:
5004AA+ -> 5004AA 1967(/1968): Centre Experimentele Maatschappij (?), Den Haag

1 Super Blues (Band: Sweet Okay Supersister)

Notes: Song 1: Soundtrack for part two of the second Supersister DVD. (For DVD see Entry 5144).

Recording date not known to me. Additionally, no location is mentioned on the DVD. They had a rehearsal room in 1967 (and 1968?) in the Centre. Or taken from an unknown studio session?


5004B Late 60's: Prob. Bureau GeluidsManipulatie, Den Haag

Supersister - CD *m*a*n* Memories Are New (SOSS 55 23272, late 2000)


Song 2: Used as soundtrack for part two of the second Supersister DVD.

A date is given: 1969!

5004C+ -> CA+ 1968: Radio studio, ...?... (KRO)

1 (2x3=) 6 blaue dwergen (RD, S) 2 6 blaue dwergen (RD, S)

Notes: Recording date taken from the Stips site. Broadcast on 12th Nov. 1969? ("Radio KRO 1969").

For me, a November 1969 date makes no sense. Early 1969?? (Or recorded in 1969??)
New: 5004CB 1969: De Laan, Den Haag (SB?)

1 Jam session (Band: Sweet Okay Supersister)

Notes: Soundtrack for part four of the second Supersister DVD. (For DVD see Entry 5144).

Recording date not known to me. “1969” taken from the DVD booklet. A rehearsal or a live session at the De Laan club?

De Laan was later on named “Provadaya” (Club).

((With flute and guitar.))


5005: Supersister (1970-1973) (also known as Super Sister in the beginning):

RJS: keyb, leadvoc, vibes, harp; Ron van Eck: g, bg, harp; Sacha van Geest: flute, sax (1972 onwards), voc; Marco Vrolijk: dr, perc, voc. (RD and GS had left in late 1969)

(last concert: 28th July 1973)
5006 March 1970: Geluids Technisch Bureau Bakker (GTB), Den Haag

She Was Naked (S)/Spiral Staircase (S) (Blossom Rec. 2103 002, May 1970, blue cover),

second version: Same songs, but different cover (1970): picture of the band.

Notes: Engineer: Eric Bakker, prod: Hans van Oosterhout. Any connection to the studio Bureau GeluidsManipulatie?

((Polydor sampler Nederpop 1965-1975 (2426 016, 19??) with She Was Naked: B4.)).

Bonus tracks on Present From Nancy CD (see Entry 5007).


5008D May 1971: ..?.., Den Haag

1 Interviews with RJS

Notes: Part three (and one) of the second Supersister DVD (see Entry 5144): A 1971 VPRO telecast or a best of of sev. telecasts. Introduction of the musicians and interviews with all four members. With small snippets of band rehearsals, a radio interview, piano demonstrations by RJS, etc.

The retsisrepus site has with “Supersister on the road” a part of this telecast as bonus. But the audio track is different. The original sounds are replaced by Seven Ways To Die (S).



A part of these interviews were re-broadcast on 24th Sept. 1986 in "Zomerpop" (VARA). (See Entry 127 (1986). = ex 5011A.
5013A 4.+5.10.71: NDR Radio studio, Hamburg (D)

CD *m*a*n* Memories Are New (SOSS 55 23272, late 2000)


1 Hommage (S) 2 Sweet Suicide 3 Modest Man 4 Wine Melody 5 Nothing Is Real (R. Douw, S) 6 Workman's Song 7 House In The Country (S) (rem. songs by RvE, S)

Notes: Songs 6-12 on the CD. Song 1 is an instrumental. Recorded with the Tanz- and Unterhaltungsorchester of the NDR.

It’s said that most songs were especially written and arranged for that event.

CD liner notes: 4-10-1971 (= 4th Oct. 1971?)

Supersister site – 1971: 10th May. “NDR radio opnamen” No town given. (There were concerts on the 6th May in Hamburg and on the 7th May in Bremen.)

Supersister site - 1971: 4th & 5th Oct. 1971 in Hamburg. NDR Radio Studio.

Stips site: Recorded in Bremen. ((Today the NDR Studio is in Hamburg))

Finally I got it! There were two pictures on the Supersister DoDVD (“Supersister Last Picture Show / 1970-73”): “Opnamen met orkest – Hamburg – 6. Okt. 71” and “NDR Studio Hamburg – 5. Okt. 71”. On the 3rd, they had a gig in the Netherlands, then, on the 4th, they travelled with the equipment in their van to Hamburg, were in the studio on the 4th and 5th and travelled on the 6th to Bremen.
5014 Early 1972: Phonogram Studios, Hilversum: "Pudding en Gisteren"

LP (Polydor 2925 007, June (?) 1972?, with foc),

+LP Pudding And Yesterday (Polydor 2310205, 1972, D),

+LP (Polydor 2480 153, 1972, UK)

LP (Polydor 2419 058, 1977?),

CD PeG & Superstarshine (Polydor 843 230-2, 1990),

+CD (Esoteric Rec. ECLEC 2059, 13.6.2008).


A1 Radio (Band) 2 Supersisterretsisrepus (S) 3 Psychopath (S) 4 Judy Goes On Holiday (Band) 5 Oohwee I Love You Baby (S?) B Pudding en gisteren - Music For Ballet (S+E)

Notes: Harp on song A3 by RJS, on A1 by RvE. Song A5 is a “ghost track” after more than a minute of silence. Not listed on the LP/CD. (Today, on a CD, It would be called a hidden track! But, on the 2 on 1 CD, there’s the normal gap between songs. And on the Esoteric CD? )



According to RJS, they were working on this project with the Nederlandse Danstheater for about a year. Working title was “Signalen”. Danstheater director was Walter Nobbe, choreographer Frans Vervenne. Premiere on 31st March 1972 at the Circusgebouw, Scheveningen. With Supersister playing live. Were there more performances with the band?

((+LP 10 jaar Pinkpop (Philips 6436 099, 1979) with Radio. No live recording!))

(In June-July 1995, the band Kxtahpaph recorded Pudding en gisteren: +CD

Hard Age (Anserine Music ...?..., 1996).)

The 2008 CD contains 2 bonus tracks: Entries 5015 (B-side) and 5017 (B4).
5015 Early 1972: Phonogram Studios, Hilversum: "Pudding en Gisteren"
New: 5015C+ 8. or 9. 7.72: …?..., Meerlo: “Midsummer Pop Festival”

1 Judy Goes On Holiday (Band) 2 Radio (Band)

Notes: Released on an illegal (?) CDR “live in Baarn & Meerlo. Source are VPRO recordings.
5016 1972 (?): Dureco Studio, Hilvarenbeek

Wow (S)/Drs. D (Band) (Pol. 2050 244, April ‘73)

5017D+ 1973: TV studio, …?...: "Edison Award '73 (?)" (TV)

1 Interview with RJS

2 Oohwee I Love You Baby (S?)

Notes: Song 2: Band or solo performance of RJS? They played this song instead of the expected hit Radio. ((Or did they play Wow or the “I Love You” part of that song?))


New: 5017E+ March 1973: Vliegermolen, Voorburg (TV)

1 Pudding en gisteren (E+S)

Notes: Concert with lots of international Edison Award Winners. Broadcast on TV. Supersister performed excerpts from P e g.
5017D+ -> 5015D+ Late 1972 (?): TV studio, …?...: "Edison Award '73 (?)" (TV)

1 Interview with RJS

2 Oohwee I Love You Baby (S?)

Notes: Song 2: Band performance of this “hidden track” of PeG LP. ((Or did they play Wow or the “I Love You” part of that song?)). They played this song instead of the expected hit Radio.



Listed in an article as Edison Award ’73, but as the band took part in March ‘73 in a concert with Award winners, it’s most possible from 1972.
5019 Oct. 1973: Manor Studio, Shipton-on-Cherwell (?) (UK): "Iskander"

Notes: With Pierre Moerlen: marimbas (B1), perc; Sacha van Geest: flute (B4).



The studio was booked from 30th September onwards.

The 2008 CD contains 2 singles as bonus tracks: Entries 5016 and 5018.


5021 22.7. & 15.+16.8.1974: Soundpush Studio, Blaricum

LP Spiral Staircase Sass (Polydor 2441 048, 1974),

CD Iskander & SSS (Polydor 843 453-2, 1990).
A1 Retroschizive (Introducing Schizo) 2 Jellybean Hop 3 Dangling Dingdongs 4 Sylvers Song (Groan, Stamp, Shock, Hoot) 5 Cookies, Teacups, Buttercups B1 Gi, Ga, Go (Gollumble Jafers) 2 It Had To Be 3 Nosy Parkers 4 We Steel So Frange (Epilogue) (all songs: RJS, SvG)

SvG: fl, sax, lvoc, perc; RJS: keyb, voc; Louis Debij: dr; Jan Hollestelle: bg; Ron van Eck: bg; Martin van Wijk: eg; Mien van de Heuvel & Anneke van der Stee: mand; Josée & Inge Van Iersel & Dorien van der Valk: chorus; Mr. de Wolf: horns; Bertus Borgers: sax; Dick de Jong: bagpipes; Jan de Hond: g; Cesar Z.: dr (A4); Los Allegres Band.

Notes: No true Supersister LP anymore. The band was called "Sweet Okay Supersister". Quasi the last chapter of Supersister with this solo LP from SvG (who is credited with, among others, set up, lyrics, musical ideas). RJS: musical scores and arrangements.



Musicians not mentioned on the LP. Taken from ..?..
5088B 12.5.85: Carré Theater, Amsterdam

VA - LP Radio Freedom Festival (Ariola 207.256, 1985),

- CD: not released so far.
A1 Zuid-Afrika (S) 2 Destroy The System (M. Ngoma) 3 Gouden Rand (F. Hlawatsch, F. Piek, J. Belinfante) ((4 Commercial Kruger Rand (F. Lovsky))) ((5 The Very Thing That Makes You Rich (S. Bailey))) ((6 Kakilambe (trad.))) ((B1 Thrunk (“Slagwerkgroep”))) ((B2 You Have Changed (C. Fischer))) B3 Top Hat (G. Westveen) ((4 R.A.P. Samen (F. de Jonge))) 5 Samen (F. de Jonge, H. Vrienten)

RJS: Musical director, arr (A3), keyb.

Notes: Recorded by NOS/VARA. Was there a broadcast?

I listed all songs featuring the “Festivalband” without ((….)). Was RJS part of it?


5144 April 2006: Supersister DoDVD Sweet Okay Supersister live at the paradiso, Amsterdam 2000 (ACE 11137)
Live at the Paradiso, Amsterdam / 115 min. Entry 5129

Live in Los Angeles, 2000 / 30 min. Entry 5127A

Entry 5127B

Entry 5008D

Supersister Last Picture Show / 35 min. Entry 5004AA

Entry 5004B

Entry 5015A

Entry 5020B

VPRO archive material / 11 min. Entry 5008D

Down Memory Lane / 12 min. Entry 5004CB


5151+ 5.2.08: Ahoy, Rotterdam

1 Fightin’ Windmills 2 Sleepwalkin’ 3 Holy Holy Life (all: GK, BH)

Notes: A Golden Earring 19 song set. Mentioned are the songs with RJS. (Songs 1-3 with Bertus Borgers: sax; song 3 with Sidney Katz (GK’s guitar roadie): g.)

Song 2 is circulating on a tape.


10/09 II:
5005: Supersister (1970-1973) (also known as Super Sister in the beginning):

Supersister (1973-1974):

RJS; RvE; Charlie Mariano: sax, flute, bassclarinet, natha-suaram (March '74: replaced by Elton Dean: sax. First concert: 20th March, last: 23rd July); (John Schuursma: dr, then) Herman van Boeyen: dr; Daniel Denis (1973): dr (?); Rob Kruisman (1974): sax, flute.
50012 -> 5008AC 1971: GTB Studio, Den Haag: "Musicians Union Band"
50013 -> 5008AD 1971: GTB Studio, Den Haag: "Musicians Union Band"
5008AC+ -> 5008AE+ 10.3.71: TV studio, …?...: “TopPop” (AVRO)

1 A Girl Named You (S)

Notes: No song mentioned, but this was the single track in March.
New: 5026AA+ 2.11.74: Orpheum Theatre, Boston (AT?)

1 She Flies On Strange Wings (GK) 2 Big Tree Blue Sea 3 Candy’s Going Bad 4 Radar Love 5 I Can’t Get Hold On Her (GK) 6 “Bass solo” 7 I’m Going To Send My Pigeons To The Sky (GK) (rem. songs: GK, BH)


5026A -> AB+ 12.11.74: …?... Studios, London (UK): “Old Grey Whistle Test” (BBC 2 TV)
New: 5026DA+ 3.4.75: …?..., Buffalo (US) (RT)

1 The Switch 2 Lucky Number 3 Kill Me (Ce Soir) 4 Big Tree Blue Sea 5 Daddy’s Gonna Save My Soul 6 Plus Minus Absurdio 7 Candy’s Going Bad 8 The Switch 9 Big Tree Blue Sea 10 Love Is A Rodeo 11 Radar Love (all GK, BH)

Notes: Source is a +KSAN broadcast. Taken from 2 shows. For the second see Entry 5026H.

All songs released on a +bootleg DoCD New York 1975 (?). (Buffalo and Saratoga are part of the state New York.) (Songs 1-5 on CD 1. Looks similar to Entry 5026E!).


5026D -> 5026DB+ 25.4.75: Winterland Palace, San Francisco (US) (SB)
5026F+ 28.5.75: Massey Hall, Toronto (Ca) (AT)

1 Plus Minus Absurdio 2 Candy’s Going Back 3 The Switch 4 She Flies On Strange Wings (GK) 5 Big Tree Blue Sea 6 Love Is A Rodeo 7 Daddy’s Gonna Save My Soul 8 The Vanilla Queen 9 Radar Love (rem. songs by GK, BH)



Notes: Released on a +bootleg LP (?) Toronto 1975 (?).
New: 5026H+ 9.6.75: …?..., Saratoga (US) (RT)

Notes: See Entry 5026DA.


5038 Between Aug. and Dec. ‘75: Soundpush Studio, Blaricum; Artisound Studio, Amsterdam: "Nevergreens"

Notes: Basic tracks recorded in 1975 at Soundpush Studio with the Earrings’ RG and CZ, when the band was not working. Overdubbing in 1975 (and maybe1976) at Artisound Studio. (Soundpush not mentioned in the liner notes.). The LP was not released ‘till RJS was ready for promotional activities.



Judas Shuffle used for +documentary "Judas" (BBC), 1976.
5115A -> 5115AA 1997 (?): …?...
„New“: 0000 -> 5115AB 15.1.98: Ahoy (?), Den Haag: “De vrienden van Amstel live!” (.?.)

1 Burning Stuntman (GK, BH) 2 The Devil Made Me Do It (GK, BH) 3 Heer heb melij (met de Belgen) (FdJ, RvhG, RJS) 4 Leven na de dod (BD, FdJ)

Songs 2, 4: Golden Earring: BH: voc, acg (2); GK: acg, voc; RG: bg; CZ: dr; with FdJ: perc (2), p (4), voc (4); RJS: p (2), acc (4), voc (4); Helga de Jonge: vio (4).

Notes: Or “De Heeren van Amstel live!”? Host: BH.

YouTube site: Songs 2, 4.


New: 5138A+ 25.2.05: Panama Club, Amsterdam (TV)

1 Angel 2 Sleepwalkin’ 3 Just Like Vince Taylor 4 I’ve Just Lost Somebody (RG) 5 I Need Love 6 Kill Me (Ce Soir) (GK, BH, J. Fenton) 7 The Devil Made Me Do It (rem. songs: GK, BH)

Notes: Promo gig to celebrate the release of the Naked III CD/DVD.

Maybe with RJS. According to a picture, there was a keyboard on stage, but …

Song 4 released on the GE site. On 28th Febr, RTL4 telecast in “RTL Boulevard Shownieuws” a special about this event.
10/09 III:
5008 (July-Aug.) 1970: Phonogram Studios, Hilversum: "Present From Nancy"??

Gonna Take Easy (Band, H. van Oosterhout)/Fancy Nancy (S) (Polydor 2050 048, Sept. (?) 1970?)

Notes: Most probably released before the LP. Cover and label stated Fancy Nancy as being on the A-side, but according to the lyrics, the song on the A-side is Gonna Take Easy. Same mix-up on LP (and CD) Superstarshine (see Entry 5017).
5008AB Late 1970 (?): Phonogram Studios (?), Hilversum

A Girl Named You (S)/Missing Link (Band) (Pol. 2050 090, Febr. 1971?)


5008AC Late (?) 1970: GTB Studio, Den Haag: "Musicians Union Band"

5008AD Late (?)1970: GTB Studio, Den Haag: "Musicians Union Band"

5008C+ 5.2.71: Groeneveld Castle, Baarn (RT, TV)

1 Sweet Suicide 2 Present From Nancy (both: E+S) 3 Interview with .?. 4 A Girl Named You (S) 5 Interview ctd. 6 Mexico (S)/ 7 Metamorphosis (S)/ 8 Eight Miles High (S)

Notes: Two recording dates are circulating: 5th Feb. (5/2/71) and 2nd May (2/5/71)! 13th May is most probably the date of the VPRO radio broadcast. Interview recorded live in the studio or prerecorded?

Song 3 re-broadcast on 31st August 2008 in Radio BRTO’s “Paperlate” (Nederpopclassics No. 572). Song listed as being from Baarn. Taken from a CDR, VPRO TV (!!) Special 1971, track 4. According to the retsisrepus site, VPRO recorded a show at Baarn’s Groeneveld Castle for this broadcast, but the tour list of the Supersister site doesn’t mention a Baarn show, neither in 1970 nor 1971. But on the 5th Febr., a TV show is listed: VPRO televisie. On the 2nd May, no gig is listed. Other sources mention a VPRO telecast ((!)) in February 1971, resp. on 5th Febr. 1971.

Songs 2 (Introduction + PFN) and 4 released on an illegal (?) CDR “live in Baarn & Meerlo. Sources are VPRO recordings. (See Entry 5015C, and with 5 singles)
5008E 31.5.71: Damensportpark Geleen, Burg ("Pinkpop")

you”. Although they recorded Wow for a single release in 1973, it’s an old song. See Entry 5006.).


5008G+ -> 5046A+ …?...

1 …?...


Notes: TROS radio series “De Geschiedenis van de Nederlandse Popmuziek”, 2nd Oct. 1975 – 18th March 1976.

Part 6 on 6th Nov.: “The Haagse scene”. Most probably with Supersister.


5014 Early 1972: Phonogram Studios, Hilversum: "Pudding en Gisteren"

The German and English editions were released some weeks after the Dutch LP. With (translated) title “Pudding and Yesterday”.

According to RJS, they were working on this project with the Nederlandse Danstheater for about a year. Working title was “Signalen”. Danstheater director was Walter Nobbe, choreographer Frans Vervenne. Premiere on the 3rd March 1972 at the Circusgebouw, Scheveningen. With Supersister playing live. Were there more performances with the Danstheater?

((+LP 10 jaar Pinkpop (Philips 6436 099, 1979) with Radio. No live recording!))
5015 Early 1972: Phonogram Studios, Hilversum: "Pudding en Gisteren"

Radio (Band)/Dead Dog (S) (Pol. 2050 182, May 1972?)


5015A 1972 (?)

Notes: Live recordings. Date and location not given. Scheveningen? See Entry 5017. The whole gig was recorded. Credits for Radio: RvE, S.


New: 5015C+ 8. or 9. 7.72: …?..., Meerlo: “Midsummer Pop Festival”

1 Judy Goes On Holiday (Band) 2 Radio (Band)

Notes: Released on an illegal (?) CDR “live in Baarn & Meerlo. Source are VPRO recordings.
5016B 1973 (?): Dureco Studio, Hilvarenbeek
5017E+ -> 5017AA+ March 1973: Vliegermolen, Voorburg (TV)

5017A+ -> 5017AB+ 20.3.73: Radio studio, London (?) (UK): "John Peel Sessions" (BBC)

5017B+ 1973: Phonogram Studios, Hilversum

A single was announced but most prob. never released. Songs were Europe on 5, 10 or 20 Dollars A Day parts 1 and 2. On a website, even a cat. number is given with Pol. 2050 232. A mistake because the band which recorded Wow (Pol. 2050 244) wasn’t the new band??


5017D+ -> 5017C+ 1973: TV studio, …?...: "Edison Award '73 (?)" (TV)
5018 1973: Rainbow Studio (?), ...?...: ("Iskander")

Bagoas (S+E)/Memories Are New (Band 2) (Pol. 2050 272, Sept. 1973)

Notes: A-side: Different from LP version. Produced by Hans van Oosterhout, not Georgio Gomelski who was the LP producer. As the new band was formed in August 1973, it’s a August or September session in a Dutch studio.

Released in September. With 4 musicians on single cover: RJS, RvE, CM, HvB. I have no clue if the Rainbow Studio was the right name or a another nice description of the Phonogram Studios?

Bonus tracks on Iskander CD (see Entry 5019).



New: 5020C+ Early 1974 (?): …?..., Poitiers (F) (“...?.. Festival”)

Notes: Broadcast by Radio Luxembourg.


5021 22.7. & 15.+16.8.1974: Soundpush Studio, Blaricum

LP Spiral Staircase Sass (Polydor 2441 048, 1974),

CD Iskander & SSS (Polydor 843 453-2, 1990).

On 15th Febr. 1975 was a Sweet Okay Supersister gig at the Paradiso, Amsterdam. Musicians? Def. with some Earring members.
5044 1976 (?): Soundpush Studio, Blaricum: "Sweet d'Buster"

Notes: Started as a Bertus Borgers solo album. RJS added his keyboard parts at the very end of the recording sessions after his return from his last GE US tour. Was asked to join the band which he didn’t immediately.

Frans Mijts: trumpet; Anita Meyer, Hilde Vermeulen, Laurie Langenbach, Maggie MacNeal: b'voc.
5167 11.7.09: Rietveldpaviljoen, Otterlo (DVD)

1 J.O.S. Vrees

2 Nescio (H)

3 A Touch Of Henry Moore (H)

RJS: grand piano; HH: voc, acg, harp.

Notes: Concert by RJS and HH at the Kröller-Müller museum.

This is a part of the short movie “Zwoele Zomer 2009”, shot for the museum by …?... Stips site gives another date for the concert: 13th July. As the movie was put onto the internet on 14th July, it’s …

YouTube site: Zwoele Zomeravond/Zwoele Zomer 2009. Songs 1, 2 incomplete. Song 3 not part of the movie.
11/09:
5008AB Late 1970 (?): Phonogram Studios (?), Hilversum

A Girl Named You (S)/Missing Link (Band) (Pol. 2050 090, Febr. 1971?)


5008C -> B+ 5.2.71: Groeneveld Castle, Baarn (RT, TV)
5008B ->C+ 1.5.71: Session '69, Dordrecht (AT?)
5015B -> 5015A 1972: Phonogram Studios, Hilversum
5013B+ -> 5015B+ Feb. '72: Casino, Den Bosch (AT?)
5015C+ -> 5015D+ 8. or 9. 7.72: …?..., Meerlo: “Midsummer Pop Festival”

5015A -> 5015C 1972 (?)


5015C+ -> 5015E+ 1972 (?): GTB Studio, Den Haag
5017D+ -> 5015D+ -> 5016A+ Late 1972 (?): TV studio, …?...: "Edison Award '73 (?)"
5016 -> 5016B 1973 (?): Dureco Studio, Hilvarenbeek

5017 -> 5016 Best Of: "Superstarshine vol. 3 - Supersister"


5017E+ -> 5017+
5020 -> 5021 Best Of: "Startrack Vol. 1"
5020A -> 5021A Best Of: "The Universal Masters Collection"
5020B -> 5020 1973 (and 1974): live …?...

5020C+ -> 5020A+ March 1974: …?..., Poitiers (F) (“MaNo Festival”) (RT)


5021 -> 5021B 22.7. & 15.+16.8.1974: Soundpush Studio, Blaricum
5038 -> 5027C Between Aug. and Dec. ‘75: Soundpush Studio, Blaricum; Artisound
5039 -> 5027D Between Aug. and Dec. ‘75: Soundpush Studio, Blaricum; Artisound

5043: Sweet d'Buster (1975-1978):


5044 (1975 (?)+) 1976 Soundpush Studio, Blaricum: "Sweet d'Buster"

LP (Bubble 27 496 XOT, 1976),

Notes: Started as a Bertus Borgers solo album. RJS added his keyboard parts in 1976 at the very end of the recording sessions after his return from his last GE US tour. Was asked to join the band which he didn’t immediately.

Frans Mijts: trumpet; Anita Meyer, Hilde Vermeulen, Laurie Langenbach, Maggie MacNeal: b'voc.


5061A+ -> 5064B+ 3.2.79: Dorpshuis, Ruinerwold
New: 5156A+ 24.9.08: Theater Rigiblick, Zürich (CH) (?)

1 Present From Nancy (S, SvE) 2 Cars & Cars (Nits) 3 ..?.. (L. v. Beethoven)/ 4 When The Bullit Hits The Bone (GK?) 5 Memories Are New III 6 Smash The Mirror (S, A. Link) 7 “Bampadoowa – Dididoowa” (?) 8 United States Of Mind 9 A Girl Named You 10 ..?.. (C. Debussy)/ 11 Like A Sinking Stone 12 Moved By Her (Nits) 13 Dankzij de duinen (Frits, RJS) 14 House On House (Nits) 15 Energy (Out Of The Future) 16 Heart 17 Wake Up 18 The River 19 “Fool” (?) 20 Una Paloma Blanca (H. Bouwens) 21 No More Cricket 22 Days Of The Privet 23 … (L. v. Beethoven)/ 24 Nescio (H) 25 Wash Your Hands Before You Touch Me 26 Komm, gib mir deine Hand (Le, McCa, N. Heller) 27 Radio (RvE, RJS) (rem. songs by RJS)

Notes: Song 13 listed as Dankzij de dijken, but – most probably – he played the new duinen version, song 15 as “Energy”, song 18 as “River”, 26 as Komm, nimm mir den Verstand, but it’s most probably the Beatles’ Komm, gib mir deine Hand ((I Wanna Hold Your Hand)).

11/09 II:
5001 -> 5001 5050 -> 5096 5100 -> 5214 5150 -> 5297

2 51 97 101 208 151 298

3 51A 98 102 209 151A 299

4 52 99 102A 210 152 300

4AA 5 53 100 103 211 153 301

4AB 6 53A 101 104 212 154 302

4B 7 53B 102 104A 213 155 303

4CA 8 53C 103 104B 204 156 304

4CB 9 54 104 104C 205 156A 305

4D 10 55 105 104D 206 157 306

4E 11 56 106 104E 207 158 307

4F 12 56A 107 105 215 159 308

5 13 56B 108 105A 216 160 309

6 14 57 109 106 217 161 310

6A 15 58 110 107 218 162 311

7 16 59 111 108 219 162A 312

8 17 59A 112 109 220 163 313

8AA 18 60 113 110 221 164 314

8AB 19 60A 114 111 222 164A 315

8AC 20 61 115 111A 222A 164B 316

8AD 21 62 116 111B 223 165 317

8AE 23 63 117 111C 224 166 318

8B 22 64 118 112 225 167 319

8C 24 64A 119 113 226

8D 25 64B 120 113A 227

8E 26 65 121 113B 228

8F 27 66 122 113C 229

9 28 66A 123 113D 230

10 - 66B 124 113E 231

11 29 67 125 114 232

12 - 68 126 115 233

13 - 69 127 115AA 234

13A 30 70 129 115AB 235

14 31 70A 130 115B 236

15 32 71 131 115C 237

15A 33 72 132 116 238

15B 34 72A 133 117 239

15C 35 72B 134 117A 240

15D 36 72C 135 118 241

15E 37 73 128 119 242

16 38 74 136 119A 243

16A 38A 75 137 120 244

16B 39 76 138 120A 249

17 40 77 139 120B 250

17A 42 78 140 120C 245

18 43 78A 141 120D 246

19 44 78B 142 121 247

20 45 79 143 121A 248

20A 46 80 144 122 251

21 47 81 145 122A 253

21A 48 82 146 123 252

22 - 83 147 123A 254

23 59 84 148 124 255

24 51 84A 149 125 256

25 52 85 150 126 257

25A 53 85A 152 127 258

25B 54 85B 151 127A 259+60

25C 55 86 153 127B 261

25D 56 86A 154 127C 262

26 57 86B 155 128 263

128A 265

26AA 58 86C 156 129 264

26AB 59 86D 156A 130 266

26B 60 87 157 131 267

26C 60A 88 158 132 268

26DA 61 88A 159 132A 269

26DB 62 88B 160 133 270

26E 63 89 161 133A 271

26F 64 90 162 133B 272

26G 64A 90A 163 134 273

26H 65 90B 164 135 274

27 72 90C 165 136 275

27AA 73 90D 166 137 276

27AB 65A 90E 168 138 278

27B 75A 91 169 138A 278A

27C 74 92 174 139 -

27D 75 93 171 140 279

28 66 94 172 141 280

29 67 94A 170 141A 281

30 76 95 173 141B 277

30A 77 95A 175 142 282

30B 78 96 167 143 283

31 68 96A 176 143A 284

32 69 96B 177 143B -

33 70 96C 178 144 285

34 71 96D 179 145 286

34A 79 96E 180 146 287

34B 80 96F 184 147 288

34C 81 96G 185 147A 289

34D 82 97 186 147B 290

35 83 97A 181 147C 291

36 84 97BA 182 148 292

37 85 97BB 183 149 293

38 - 97C 187 149A 294

39 - 97D 188 149B 295

40 86 97E 189 149C 296

41 87 97F 190

42 88 97G 191

43 89 97H 192

44 90 97IA 193

45 91 97IB 194

46 92 97KA 194A

46A 78A 97KB 195

47 93 97L 196

48 95 97M 197

49 94 98 198

98A 199

98B 200


99 201

99A 202


99B 203

11/09 III:
5005+ -> 5005 1967(/1968): Centre Experimentele Maatschappij (?), Den Haag
5013: Supersister (1970-1973) (also known as Super Sister in the beginning):

RJS: keyb, leadvoc, vibes, harp; Ron van Eck: bg, g, harp; Sacha van Geest: flute, sax (1972 onwards), voc; Marco Vrolijk: dr, perc, voc. (RD and GS had left in late 1969)

(last concert: 28th July 1973. SvG and MV announced their leaving on first August.)
5078A+ 6.11.76 -> 6.11.75

1 …?...


Notes: TROS radio series “De Geschiedenis van de Nederlandse Popmuziek”, 2nd Oct. 1975 – 18th March 1976.

Part 6 on 6th Nov.: “The Haagse scene”. Most probably with Supersister. Only well-known stuff?


5115 1978: Arnhem (Dec., Stokvishhal), Tilburg (Dec.)+, Zwolle (30.11.78)++

Notes: Only new songs with composer credits.


5175+ 1985 (?): Ring Side Studio (?), Rijkevorsel (?) (B)

Notes: A band from Belgium. Recorded during Golden Earring’s The Hole sessions? (See Entry 173.)

YouTube site: Song This Kinda Life (DV). Audio only.
5200+ 1993: Gooi & Vecht Studio, Hilversum (?)

Love Letters (TROS TV): Flying Harpo (S)

RJS: all instr., prod.

Notes: For Linda de Mol’s Dutch version of the German “Traumhochzeit”.

11/09 IIII:
5094 Late 1976 or early 1977: Artisound Studio, Amsterdam

Gruppo Sportivo: Hoola Fever (HV)/Nickles And Dimes (HV) +(Pol. 2050 463, March '77)

RJS: prod. Gruppo: Hans Vandenburg: l'voc, g; Peter Calicher: p, org, b'voc; Eric Wehrmeyer: bg; Max Mollinger: dr, b'voc; Meike Touw: bvoc; Enna Mahieu: bvoc; Saska Hamel: bvoc.

5096 Summer '77: Artisound Studio, A'dam; Relight Studio, H'beek; Soundpush Studio, Blaricum: "10 Mistakes"

Gruppo Sportivo - +LP (Ariola 25464 XOT, Oct. '77),

- +LP (Epic 82793, April '78, UK),

- LP (Bellaphon 260.07.013, 1977, D),

- +CD (BMG Ariola 74321 212302, 1995),

- CD 10 Mistakes & Buddy Odor ... (Pseudonym Rec. CDP-1067-DD, 2000).

Notes: On the +second pressing (22.4 (?).78), Dreamin' was replaced by the single A-side Rock 'n Roll. (See Entry 5056.)

5098 Summer '77 - early '78: ... Studios: "10 Mistakes"(x) + "Back To 78"

Notes: Promo LP with EP. Does the regular LP also contain the above described EP?

LP and EP: Totally different songs!

5104 Late '77/early '78: Relight Studio, Hilvarenbeek: "Back To 78"

Gruppo Sportivo - LP (Ariola 26 472 XOT, Oct. 78),

- +LP (Epic 83263, 1978, UK),



- +CD (BMG Ariola 74321 212312, 1995),

- CD Back To 78 & Copy Copy (Pseudonym Rec. CDP-1068-DD, 2000).



RJS: prod with HV; Gruppo: see Entry 5096); with Rob Kruksman, Rein von Broek, Maarten van Norden: horns (A5); Rein von Broek: tru (A1); Jan Cees Tans: sax (A5); RvB: tr (A1); Aloysius College Choir: voc (B6)
5105 Late '77/early '78: Relight Studio, Hilvarenbeek: "Back To 78"

Hey Girl (HV)/Real Teeth Are Out (HV) (Ariola 100052, Nov. or Dec. '78 / +Epic 6767, 1978, UK)


5106 Early '78 (?): Relight Studio, Hilvarenbeek: ("Back To 78" & "10 M…"/"10 Mistakes"

Rock 'n Roll (HV)/I Shot My Manager (HV) (Ariola 11 877 AT, 1.4.78 /

+EPIC S EPC 6302, 1978, UK)

RJS: prod. Gruppo: see Entry 5096.
5113 1978 (?): Relight Studio, Hilvarenbeek: ("Back To 78")

Disco Really Made It (HV)/I Don't Know (HV) (Ariola 100.335, 3.3.79 / +EPIC EPC-S 7180, 1979, UK)

RJS: prod (with HV). Gruppo: see Entry 5096.
5117 1978/79 (?): Relight Studio, Hilvarenbeek

Gruppo Sportivo: Sleeping Bag (HV)/I Don't Love You (HV) (Ariola 100.645, 2.6.79)

RJS: prod (with HV). Gruppo: see Entry 5096.

Notes: A-side: A video was made and re-released on +DVD Career Movies (…?... 500490, 2004), a compilation of all their videos.


5142 Summer 1981: Soundpush Studios, Blaricum: "Pop! Goes The Brain"

Holland Now (HV)/A Girl Like You (Band) +(Ariola 103.650, 1981), (Avon INT 111.562, 1981, D)



Notes: They performed the song in “Nederland Muziekland” (.?.)(TV)
5181 1988 (?): Ring Side Studio, Rijkevorsel (B)

Gruppo Sportivo: Mexican Radio (M. Moreland, S. Ridgway)/Alice In Switserland (HV) (Ariola 109.675, 1988)

RJS: mix of A-side, prod of B-side. Gruppo (See Entry 5096): HV: lvoc, g, harm, prod; PC: keyb; Dick Schulte Nordholt: bg; Kim Haworth: dr; Liz Schilp: bvoc; Perla de Boer: bvoc; DJ TacoTony: DJ.

Notes: In 1987, Hans Vandenburg formed a new group named Ugly Head. These songs were recorded for an Ugly Head single, but there were commercial arguments to release it as a Gruppo Sportivo single. (See Entry 5064 for a Best Of with Mexican Radio).

A-side: A video was made and re-released on +DVD Career Movies (…?... 500490, 2004), a compilation of all their videos.

YouTube site: Video clip of Mexican Radio.


5238 1998/1999: Klingklang Studio, Den Haag (?): "Greyhound"

Robert Jan Stips - CD (Dureco 55 22272, Feb '99)



Notes: Studio not mentioned in the booklet.
5239 dito
5240 1999: The Van Studio, Spakenburg: "Greyhound"

1 Was It Love (RJS) 2 A Greyhound Tale (RJS, AL) (Dureco 55 22522, 16. or 23.6.99)

Notes: Song 1 is really different to the CD version. A re-recording or an extensive remix?
“New” 5259 August (?): …?... (SB)

1 …

Notes: Comeback of Supersister. Rehearsals at Sacha’s office building. A small part used as soundtrack for part one of the second Supersister DVD (see Entry 5285).


“New” 5260 16.8.00: Speakers, Delft (SB)

1 …

Notes: First gig, a try out show. Some parts shown on part one of the second Supersister DVD (see Entry 5285).


5276 31.8. – 26.12.2004: Compagnietheater, Amsterdam (TV)

FdJ - DVD Box De vergrijzing Deel 1-15 (Universal 823 415-4, March 2005)



Notes: 3 DVD box with all 15 episodes.and 8 of the specially written/selected songs as bonus.

“De Vergrijzing”: Freek de Jonge’s project to celebrate his 60th birthday.

For 15 weeks, the team with leader FdJ created a full new show each week. Each Saturday, the new episode was recorded live on stage, edited and mixed at Spakenburg and broadcast on Sunday by VPRO (Nederland 3). RJS and FdJ wrote a new song each week.
5277+ 2005 (?): Klingklang Studio (?), Den Haag
5283 Sept. - ..?... 2005

FdJ - DoDVD + CD Kortgehouden (Universal 824 265-7, 2006)





Notes: DVD: 10 episodes with 80 short movies. First TV broadcast: 28th Oct. (VPRO Ned. 3). 6th Jan. 2006: VPRO TV.

RJS: main theme and music for 9 movies.

CD with 6 songs. RJS mentioned as writer of the music with Daniel Lohues,



12/09:
5016 July-Aug. 1970: Phonogram Studios, Hilversum : "Present From Nancy"

Notes: Song 2 is also known as Memories Are New I (see also Entries 5043 and Nits – 067) and Memories Are New (Boomchick) (taken from the label). In the


5035 1972 (?)

CD *m*a*n* Memories Are New (SOSS 55 23272, late 2000)


1 Present From Nancy (E+S) 2 Radio (Band)/ 3 Mexico (S) 4 Judy Goes On Holiday (Band)

Notes: Live recordings. Date and location not given. Scheveningen? See Entry 5038. The whole gig was recorded. Credits for Radio: RvE, S, for Present: RJS.


5043 1973: Rainbow Studio (?), ...?...: ("Iskander")

Bagoas (S+E)/Memories Are New (Band 2) (Pol. 2050 272, Sept. 1973)

Notes: A-side: Different from LP version. B-side also known as Memories Are New II (see Entries 5016 and Nits – 067). Produced by Hans van Oosterhout, not
5138 1980 (?): Relight Studio, Hilvarenbeek

Innersleeve - LP Lademachers’ Innersleeve (Ariola 203 383, 1981),


5250 1999 (?): The Van Studio, Spakenburg

1 Humphrey Suikerbosje 2 Zoek de zondebok 3 De cel (Somewhere) (all: FdJ, RJS) (EMI 7243 8880602 2, 1999)

Notes: Released as FdJ & RJS. Musicians not mentioned.
5305+ 24.9.08: Theater Rigiblick, Zürich (CH) (SB?)

1 Present From Nancy (RvE, S) 2 Cars & Cars (Nits) 3 ..?.. (L. v. Beethoven)/ 4 Twilight Zone (GK) 5 Memories Are New III 6 Smash The Mirror (S, A. Link) 7 “Bampadoowa – Dididoowa” (?) 8 United States Of Mind 9 A Girl Named You 10 ..?.. (C. Debussy)/ 11 Like A Sinking Stone 12 Moved By Her (Nits) 13 Dankzij de duinen (Frits, RJS) 14 House On House (Nits) 15 Energy (Out Of The Future) 16 Heart 17 Wake Up 18 The River (Nits) 19 Fools Forever 20 Una Paloma Blanca (H. Bouwens) 21 No More Cricket 22 Days Of The Privet 23 … (L. v. Beethoven)/ 24 Nescio (H) 25 Wash Your Hands Before You Touch Me 26 Komm, gib mir deine Hand (Le, McCa, N. Heller) 27 Radio (Supersister) (rem. songs by RJS)

Notes: Song 4 listed as “When The Bullit Hits The Bone”, song 13 as Dankzij de dijken, but – most probably – he played the new duinen version, song 15 as “Energy”, song 18 as “River”, song 19 as “Fool”, might be The Transister song, 26 as “Komm, nimm mir den Verstand”, but it’s most probably the Beatles’ Komm, gib mir deine Hand ((I Wanna Hold Your Hand)).

12/09 II:
5016 July-Aug. 1970: Phonogram Studios, Hilversum : "Present From Nancy"

A1 Present From Nancy (E+S) (1a Introductions 1b Present From Nancy) 2

Memories Are New (E+S) (2a Memories Are New 2b 11/8 2c Dreaming

Weelwhile) B1 Corporation Combo Boys (S) 2 Metamorphosis (S) (2a Mexico 2b Metamorphosis 2c Eight Miles High) 3 Dona Nobis Pacem (H. van Oosterhout, Band)

Notes: Song 1a on US record as “Introduction”. Song 2 is also known as Memories Are New I (see also Entries 5043 and Nits – 067) and Memories Are New
5044 dito: Introductions
5038 Best Of: "Superstarshine vol. 3 - Supersister"

Notes: Song B4 is a live version, recorded at the Circusgebouw, Scheveningen, 1st July, 1972 (“Holland Festival”). There are two parts: Wow – The Story (S) and Wow – The Song (Band). Songs A4 und B3: same mix-up ... (see Entry 5017). Not on CD are songs A3(, B1) and A5; song B4 is listed "fourth" on the CD.


5039 1973 (?): Dureco Studio, Hilvarenbeek

Wow (Band)/Drs. D (Band) (Pol. 2050 244, April ‘73)

Notes: A-side: Mistakenly credited to RJS. (Stips site says: Supersister.)

Song aka "Wow (The Intelligent Song)".

Bonus tracks on Iskander CD (see Entry 5044).
Other Wow’s: 5015, 26, 34
5061+ 3.4.75: …?..., Buffalo (US) (RT)

1 The Switch 2 Lucky Number 3 Kill Me (Ce Soir) 4 Big Tree Blue Sea 5 Daddy’s Gonna Save My Soul 6 Plus Minus Absurdio 7 Candy’s Going Bad 8 The Switch 9 Big Tree Blue Sea 10 Love Is A Rodeo 11 Radar Love (all GK, BH)

Notes: Source is a +KSAN broadcast. Taken from 2 shows. For the second see Entry 5065.

All songs released on a +bootleg DoCD New York 1975 (?). (Buffalo and Saratoga are part of the state New York.) (Songs 1-5 on CD 1: Looks similar to Entry 5063!).



YouTube site: Songs 2-5. Audio sound only. With a photo of a bootleg (?) cover: Live New York.

YouTube site: Songs 6-8, 10, 11. Audio sound only. Listed as a recording from NY, but the bootleg (?) is different: Don Kirschner (sic) Saturdaynight Show 1974 and Record Plant NYC 1975 ((which is wrong, because there are two Record Plant Studios and on the 25th and 26th April, they were in California!)).
5063+ -> 5063 26.4.75: Record Plant Studio, Sausalito (US) (RT, SB)

1 The Switch 2 Lucky Number 3 Kill Me (Ce Soir) (GK, BH, J. Fenton) 4 Big Tree Blue Sea 5 Daddy’s Gonna Save My Soul +6 Love Is A Rodeo (rem. songs: GK, BH)

Notes: Taken from Wolfgang’s concert vault site.

Aired by King Biscuit Flower Hour, a popular radio program. (KBFH: No live broadcasts. They used to broadcast a Best Of of a concert or of a live session a few months later. The band was given the opportunity to select the songs and mix them!)



New info: Songs 1-5 are on YouTube site. Audio sound only. With cover of bootleg (?) Live At The Record Plant. With an introduction -> Most probably live broadcast by Radio KSN, situated in ..?.., California. So what about KBFH??
5167 1985 (?): I.C.P. Studio, Bruxelles/Brussel (Brüssel) (B)

Hans de Booij: Kinderen aan de macht (Kinder an die Macht) (H. Gröne-meyer, HdB)/Drie kamers (HdB) (CNR Rec. 145250, 1986)

RJS: prod of the B-side.

Notes: B-side listed as 3 kamers. 145250 taken from the label. 145.250 on cover.

(A-side recorded at Wisseloord Studios, Hilversum, most prob. In 1986, but anyway, it’s without RJS.)
5208 Spring '95: Lagune Studio, Rijkevorsel (B): "Egotrip"

Stips - CD (Dureco 11 62362, Sept. '96)

New I 11 Radio (Supersister) 12 Corporating Combo Boys 13 Pop 25 (Remaining compositions: S=RJS)

Notes: Original versions: 5006/5056/063/New (written in 1969)/5055/5010/067/ New (written in 1973)/045/ 5007/5014/5007/New

Song 10 on orig. LP with credits (RvEck, S). It's a song with three different parts. Maybe this is a part written by RJS. Song 11 with (S, RvE) on CD.
Other Radio’s: 5028, 242, 310, 317
5220+ 22.9.96: Radio studio, Hilversum: "Leidsekade Live" (KRO, Studio 4)

1 No More Cricket 2 She Was Naked 3 Interview with RJS 4 Think It Over 5 The Age Of Vegetarius 6 Radio (RJS, RvEck) 7 Memories Are New III 8 We Do It Again (Rem. songs by RJS)

Notes: Song 1 releseased on +CD Audiovisuel Archief (Naa ...?..., 1996 (promo)), on +CD Muziekopnamen Uit De Nederlandse Omroeparchieven (Ned Aud. Archief, ...?..., 1997). Was song 7 the version he wrote for the Nits?)
5221 22.11.96: Provadya Club, Breda (AT)

1 The Clock 2 Think It Over 3 Smash The Mirror (RJS, AL) 4 Changes 5 Corporating Combo Boys/ 6 Memories Are New I 7 Memories Are New III 8 Pop 25 9 Springtime Coming Soon 10 Dance Your Dance (RJS, RvE) 11 No More Cricket 12 The Age Of Vegetarius 13 She Was Naked 14 Tango Malafido 15 A Girl Named You 16 Wash Your Hands Before You Touch Me 17 Radio (RJS, RvE) 18 It Takes A Lot Of Time To Let All People Know 19 Sunrise At Midnight 20 How The West Got Lost (All comp. by RJS except where noted)



Notes: Song 19 is a new song. A studio version was recorded in 1998 for the Greyhound CD.
5251 18.12.99: Groenoordhallen, Leiden: "Last Blast Of The Century"

Part of the Leiden concert was +broadcast on TV.

YouTube site: Songs 13, Long Blond Animal and Liquid Soul.
5260 16.8.00: Speakers, Delft (SB)

1 …?...

2 …?...

3 Memories Are New (S, RvE)

4 Wow (Supersister)

5 …?...

Notes: First gig, a try out show. Some parts shown on part one of the second Supersister DVD (see Entry 5285).


New: 5261A 2000: CD *m*a*n* Memories Are New (SOSS 55 23272))

For songs see Entries 5007, 5030, 5035.

Notes: I have a rel. date with “Late 2000”, but according to the pictures of the Supersister DVD, the CD was available in early Sept. at the Progfest.
5261+ 2.9.00: La Miadra Theatre For The Performing Arts, Los Angeles (USA) ("Progfest 2000") (SB)
5315+ 8.4.09: Radio studio, …?...: “Ochtendshow” (Radio West)
5316+ 25.4.09: Radio studio, …?...: “The Beat Goes On” (Radio West)
12/09 III:
5293+ -> 5293 April/May 2007: …?... Studios in Amstelveen, Middelburg, Hoogeveen, Nieuwegein, Franeker

Freek de Jonge - DoCD De Toehoorder (De Roje 97023, Oct. 2007)


CD1: 1 Aandacht (FdJ, D. Lohues) 2 Doodsangst (FdJ, HH, RJS) 3 Beter zo (FdJ, B. Vermeulen) 4 Jonas (FdJ, RJS) 5 De vondeling van Ameland (FdJ, B. de Groot) 6 Vlakke land (FdJ, J. Brel) 7 Dankzij de dijken (Nits, FdJ) 8 Jeruzalem (FdJ, D. Olney) 9 Vaders stem (FdJ, HH, RJS) 10 De muur (FdJ, B. Vermeulen) 11 Quarantaine (FdJ, RJS) 12 Srebenica (FdJ, B. Dylan) 13 Wees niet bang (FdJ, HH) 14 Vergeet mij niet (FdJ, RJS) CD2: 1 Meditation (J. Massanet) 2 En toen ik 18 was (FdJ, E. Drake) 3 Brays (FdJ, D. Olney) 4 In jouw ogen (FdJ, N. Innes) 5 Oude geliefden (FdJ, J. Brel) 6 Bokito (FdJ, RJS) 7 Bermmonument (FdJ) 8 Meppelerbroek (FdJ)

FdJ: voc; RJS: keyb, acc, bvoc, mix with BW; Emmy Verhey ((not Verheij)): vio; Hella de Jonge: vio; Cok van Vuuren: g; Bart Wijtman: bg; Leon Klaasse: dr; with Simone Roerade: steel dr (1-11, 2-6); Rob Wijtman: dr (2-6), David Olney: voc (2-3).

Notes: CD 2: Song 1: instrumental. CD 1: Song 10 mistitled as “De mur”.
5283 + 5295 + 5296: Aandacht (FdJ, D. Lohues)

5283: Jerusalem (FdJ, D. Olney)



1/10:
New: 5237A 17.10.98: NOB Mobiel – Crossing Border, …?...: “2 meter sessies” (..?..)

1 Nu het nog kan (FdJ, RJS)/

2 Eleanor Rigby (Le, McCa)

3 +Vaders stem (FdJ, HH, RJS)

FdJ: voc; RJS: p, voc (2); Hella de Jonge: vio.

Notes: Songs 1, 2 released on Freek de Jonge’s DVD Kijk! Dat is Freek (Roje Hel (no number), June (?) 2009). Song 2 not mentioned on DVD.


5286 20.6.06: Nieuwe Kerk, Den Haag: “Wat Is Er Nog Heilig?” (TV Ned. 2)

1 Wat is heilig? (FdJ, RJS)

FdJ: voc; RJS: keyb; FdJ: Cok van Vuuren: g; Léon Klaase: dr; André Pet: basstro; Louk Boudestein: tro; Simon Rigter: sax; Rik Mol: tru; Jan van Westenbrugg: church organ; Chor De Nieuwe Liefde with leader JG; ((no bg)).

Notes: Part of the PureJazz Fest/Pure Jazzfest. There were 2 shows on Sunday.

YouTube site: Song 1 (and a short drum solo).
New: 5285A 19.6.06: Nieuwe Kerk, Den Haag

Freek de Jonge - Book & DoDVD De laatste lach (Rubinstein/De Roje 9 789047 607069, 2009)


1 Opening 2 Welkom 1 3 Welkom 2 4 Muziektune 5 Stel u open 6 Laat ons bidden 7 Zondagmiddag 8 Schriftlezing 9 Herman Finkers 10 Ik verloor mijn geloof 11 Lijden 12 Poen poen poen 13 Lijdenblues 14 Geloof 15 Wees niet bang (FdJ, HH) 16 Vaarwel

FdJ: actor, voc, text; RJS: keyb, music (except song 15); FdJ: Cok van Vuuren: g; Léon Klaasse: dr; André Pet: basstro; Louk Boudestein: tro; Simon Rigter: sax; Rik Mol: tru; Jan van Westenbrugg: church organ; Chor De Nieuwe Liefde with leader JG; Herman Finkers: voc. ((no bg))

Notes: Bonus DVD with “De dienst van Freek”. Some songs and some monologues by FdJ (partly without RJS). LK mistakenly listed as Klaase.

Part of the PureJazz Fest/Pure Jazzfest. There was one show on Saturday and two shows on Sunday. The Saturday show was the only evening show. Looks like that.


New: 5294A October (?) 2007: Klingklang Studio, Den Haag (?) and/or The Van Studios, Spakenburg

Freek de Jonge - Book & DoDVD De laatste lach (Rubinstein/De Roje 9 789047 607069, 2009)


Monologue by FdJ

FdJ: actor, text; RJS, Misha Mengelberg, Irving Berlin: music.

Notes: Het Compagnietheater, Amsterdam: 6th-17th Nov., 4th-15th Dec., 12th Feb-29th March 2008. Recordings for the DVD taken from an unknown show. Similar to the VPRO telecast in 2008?

Music most prob. prerecorded by RJS in October.


New: 5317A June ( ?) 2009: Freek de Jonge DVD Kijk! Dat is Freek (Roje Hel (no number), 2009)
1 Het kistje (De Openbaring, 1982) 2 De spin (De Mythe, 1982) 3 F-side (De Pretentie, 1987) 4 NS reisregels (De Tol, 1994)

5 Wees niet bang (FdJ, HH) ?? (not 5276, not Nits 331)

6 Leven na de dood (FdJ; Bob Dylan) 5228

7 Dankzij de dijken (FdJ, Nits) Nits 244

8 De vondeling van Ameland (FdJ, B. de Groot) 5269

9 Nu het nog kan (FdJ, RJS)/ 5237A

Eleanor Rigby (Le, McCa)

10 Mannenwereld (FdJ, J. Brown, B. Newsome)/ 5269

Bertje (FdJ)

11 The Freak div.

12 Vergrijzing 5276

13 De Grens 5249

Notes: Special release made for the exhibition “Kijk! Dat Is Freek” in Hilversum (26th June – 25th October).

Parts 1-5 have nothing to do with RJS. Song 5 is the official video clip, with a live version as basic track, augmented by lots of other pictures. Song 9: The fragment of the Beatles’ song not mentioned on the DVD. Song 10: Bertje not listed on the Parlando DVD. Part 11 is a “best of” to show the freaky part of Freek. From early shows until De Laatste Lach. Parts 12 and 13: Excerpts from the projects.





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