Various – Uitholling Overdwars. Label: Fonos – LP-7070. Uitholling Overdwars (LP, Comp). Stichting Popmuziek Nederland, Stichting Popmuziek Nederland.
Early years and debut album. Doe Maar was formed in 1978 by Ernst Jansz (CCC In. The Slumberlandband). Piet Dekker, with whom Jansz played in The Slumberlandband (1975) and The Rumbones (1977), introduced him to Jan Hendriks and Carel Copier in the spring of 1978 at the farm of Gé van de Donk, who later became their sound engineer. Dekker turned out to be a songwriter as well.
Various - Uitholling Overdwars MP3 version. 1859 downloads at 23 mb/s. Various - Uitholling Overdwars FLAC version. 1562 downloads at 31 mb/s. Uitholling Overdwars (LP).
Oh yeah, their track Jukebox also stood on the Uitholling Overdwars compilation, a typically well-meaning release highlighting great and shit and totally misguided sounds from the Netherlands of the doomdenken period. There's a contact number too, 020-769280. I don't think they'll pick up the phone. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card.
Some tracks are still absent, the most noteworthy of which is "Blozen," the first Doe Maar song ever committed to vinyl (on the compilation album Uitholling Overdwars), and there is also a lack of Doe Maar reunion material. That said, Echt Alles does collect almost everything anyone would want to hear of Doe Maar in one sitting. Doris Day and breakthrough. Piet Dekker turned out to be a songwriter as well. They also released their self-titled debut on Telstar omitting the sampler-track Blozen (Blushing); along with the ska- and reggae-influences in Hé hé, Als de morgen komt (When Morning Comes), Regen (Rain), Je liet me staan (You Left Me), Er verandert nix (Nothing Really Changes), that later permeated their best known stuff, there were also punk, rock ‘n roll and calypso. influences on this first album.
They also releasedtheir self-titled debut on Telstar omitting the sampler-track Blozen (Blushing); the ska- and reggae-influences that later permeated their best known stuff were practically absent and the critics weren't impressed either. I fail to see how this lot will make a positive contribution to the future of Dutch music". Muziek Expres January 1980. It was felt that the band's effort would not survive amidst bigger names during the. However, Telstar did start marketing the album and samples were sent to the radio stations. Due to an error, the DJs did not know that the record had not been released, and played the music on the radio.
Live in 't Oude Pothuys, an album by Overdwars on this site. Overdwars - Lady Day and John Coltrane (live in 't Oude Pothuys Utrecht).
Tracklist Hide Credits
Written-By – B. Vermaas*
|A2||–Jonny Jumbo And The Highjackers||Kees
Written-By – W. Deetman*
|A3||–Tedje En De Flikkers*||Ik Ben Een Hoer
Written-By – M. van Kerkhof*
|A4||–Jong Oranje||Aage M.
Written-By – J. Ploeger, J. v.d. Linde*
|A5||–Jan Van De Grond Groep||Jukebox
Written-By – E. Rutgers*
|A6||–Ivy Green||Pak 'm Beet
Written-By – T. Mullens*
Written-By – R. v.d. Brink*
Written-By – P. Dekker*
Written-By – G. Boers*, T. de Groot*
Written-By – J. Bloemkolk*
Written-By – J. Zegers
Written-By – H. Kosterman*
- Recorded At – Studio Zeezicht
- Mixed At – Studio Zeezicht
- Compiled By – Fer Abrahams, Jos van Woudenberg
- Design – Marijke Visser
- Engineer – Jan Pieter Exalto*
- Liner Notes – Bram Vermeulen
- Photography By – Peter Cox , Rob Overtoom
- Producer – Arti Kraayeveld*, Fer Abrahams, Jaap van Beusekom, Jos van Woudenberg
NotesRecorded at Zeezicht Studio Haarlem April 1979.
Contains insert sheet with lyrics.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Label side A): VR 21155 A
- Matrix / Runout (Label side B): VR 21155 B
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, stamped): 08-VR-21155-1A-1
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, stamped): 08-VR-21155-1B-1
- Rights Society: STEMRA
|LP-7070||Various||Uitholling Overdwars (CDr, RE)||Fonos||LP-7070||Netherlands||Unknown|