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BELGIAN GROUPS
OF THE SEVENTIES

1970
Jan De Wilde had a small hit with "Joke"
Pendulum release the single "A beautiful day"
Samantha started singing "Eviva España"
Tenderfoot Kids release "Our time is up"
Two Man Sound seek inspiration in the Brazilian Samba
Johan Verminnen releases his very first album
Zjef Vanuytsel makes his debut with "De Zotte Morgen"
Burning Plague got stuck somewhere on the A38
Tim Visterin had a hit with the children's song "de Vogel"

1971
Della Bosiers releases her first album
Walter Debuck was folking in Ghent
Irish Coffee write a "Masterpiece"
Dan Lacksman experiments with a Moog-organ
Lamp, Lazarus & Kris release "De onverbiddelijke zoener"
Placebo mixed jazz, funk and rock

1972
Arno forms his first group Freckle Face

1973
Ivan Heylen releases "De werkmens"
Louisette
releases "Maria, Maria ik hou van jou" en "Zij houdt van vrijen"
John Terra makes a breakthrough in the Flemish hitparades

1974
Big Bill released the legendary "Eene me hesp en eene me kaas"
Octopus have a hit with "I'm so in love with you"
Rum play Jan De Wilde's "Een vrolijk lentelied"

1975
Bert de Coninck & Jean Rousseau release "Enfant Terrible"
Wim Decraene released "Tim"
Francis Goya makes women's hearts melt with "Nostalgia"
Marc Moulin mixed jazz and elektronics with Sam Suffy
Jan Puimege participates in "Ontdek de Ster"
First single and album of Tjens Couter
Urbanus makes people listen and laugh at the same time

1976
Machiavel release their debut symphonic rock album
Erik Van Neygen releases his first solo album

1977
Raymond van het Groenewoud releases "Nooit meer drinken"
André Bialek brings out his first album.
Lou Depryck reggaes to "Kingston Kingston"
Plastic Bertrand releases "a plane pour moi"

1978
The Kids bring punk excitement to Belgium
Luk Vankessel releases "Mia"
Jo Lemaire & Flouze release their first singles
The Misters debut with "Changing Partners"
Once More win the Rock Rally

1979
The Bowling Balls escaped from the comic strip
Give Buzze give their first show as the Give Buzze Blues Band
Specimen & The Rizikoos release the single "Storingen"
Telex releases "Twist Saint-Tropez" and "Moskow Disco"
Rick Tubbax & The Taxis debut with "Bojangles plays tonight"

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