Roland Van Campenhout & Wannes Van
"Nomaden van de Muziek" ***
When the flamenco folkie Wannes van de Velde and the rocking bluesman Roland van
Campenhout join hands and guitars, you trust that the output will be of the highest
quality. And Nomaden van de muziek doesn't betray that confidence.
Vanilla Coke "Supermarket"
To promote the release of their "Supermarket" the gentlemen of Vanilla
Coke (winners concourt-circuit in 1998) displayed themselves for a day in a shop-window
in Brussels. Selling out?
Venus "The man who was already dead"
Registration of a one-time performance in Brussels by the band Venus which had
their songs reworked by Renaud Lhoest and performed by the Ensemble Musiques Nouvelles.
Vive La Fête "Attaque Surprise"
French duet-pop from the sixies meets electronica-pop of the eighties in the persons
of dEUS-bass-player Danny Mommens and his girlfriend Els Pynoo.
Willem Vermandere "Onderweg"
Ginger-bearded bard looks at life at the age of sixty, and comes to the conclusion
we're all "on the road", to the promised land, from dusk till dawn,
from birth to death ...
Venus "Welcome to the modern dance hall"
Belgian band makes debut acoustic full-cd on big Italian underground recordlabel.
The result is emotional and unconventional rock with a theatrical touch.
Johan Verminnen - Vroeger of Later
After a career of 30 years, Johan Verminnen looks back with a best Of-cd, in combination
with a disc of new tracks he recorded with all the best in the Flemish music scene.
Jo Vervaet "Jo Vervaet" Debut
of a new "flemish singer-songwriter". Nice quiet songs with some influences
of blues & jazz.
Vandal X "Songs from the Heart"
2nd cd by the noise-duo from Limburg. A load of f*cking noise produced by Steve
P. Van Sant "Me and the Guitarman"
Singer-songwriter in the American tradition. Low-budget but charming little record.
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