Raymond van het Groenewoud - Kamiel In Belgie mp3 flac download
|Performer:||Raymond van het Groenewoud|
|Title:||Kamiel In Belgie|
|Date of release:||1991|
|MP3 album size:||1372 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1209 mb|
|Digital formats:||AAC AIFF MIDI MP1 MP2 WMA AA|
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Raymond van het Groenewoud (Schaerbeek, February 14, 1950) is a dutch-speaking Belgian singer-songwriter and author-composer. From 1972 on Raymond mixes candid observations on human behavior with his own, unique sense of humor. His songs are alternatively full of emotion and boisterous, dark and joyful, but are always powered by a sound base of rock'n roll and references to all four musical corners of the globe". They rightfully awarded him the title "His excellence of Belgian Pop".
Album · 1992 · 13 Songs. Kamiel 1 & 4 (1991 Remastered Version). 4. Zjoske Schone Meid (1991 Remastered Version). 5. 'K Heb Je Graag (1991 Remastered Version).
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This song is by Raymond Van Het Groenewoud and appears on the live album Kamiel In België (1978).
Raymond van het Groenewoud. CareerHis debut was as a guitar player with Johan Verminnen. In 1972 he starts the group "Louisette" with Erik Van Neygen. A number of solo albums follow, accompanied by his group "De Centimeters". In 1977 he scores his first hit with Meisjes from the album Nooit meer drinken. His lyrics are sometimes happy, sometimes sad, jovial or philosophical. In 1980 he has his first success in the Netherlands with a concert at Pinkpop and the hit "Je veux de l'amour" . De Minister Van Ruimtelijke Ordening. Raymond van het Groenewoud. Raymond van het Groenewoud (2006). In 1990 most of his songs were re-recorded for a compilation album, with a new single "Liefde voor Muziek", a parody of the gospel by James Brown in the movie The Blues Brothers. It reached number one in Belgium and the Netherlands. Het beste van Raymond van het Groenewoud (1974-1976) (1999). Released On : Oct 03, 2005. This song is sung by Raymond Van Het Groenewoud.