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Herman Brood and His Wild Romance (album)

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Released  1979 (1979)
Artist  Herman Brood
Label  Ariola Records
Herman Brood & His Wild Romance (1979)  Go Nutz (1980)
Release date  1979
Producer  Herman Brood & His Wild Romance
Genres  Rock music, Rock and roll, Blues
Similar  Shpritsz, Street, My Way, Groeten uit Grollo, The Brood

Herman Brood & His Wild Romance is an export album by Dutch rock and roll and blues group Herman Brood & His Wild Romance. Released only in the United States, it contained most of the songs from his second studio album, Shpritsz. The main differences between the two albums were omission of the song "One", slightly modified times and track order, and the U.S. single version of "Saturday Night" which features different lyrics from the original version. The album was a moderate success, reaching #122 on the Billboard chart for pop albums. As a result, Brood sought to open up the American market, recording the follow-up, Go Nutz, in the US.

Contents

Personnel

  • Herman Brood - piano, keyboard, vocals
  • Freddy Cavalli - bass
  • Danny Lademacher - guitar
  • Ani Meerman - drums
  • Peter Walrecht - voormalig drummer
  • Songs

    1Saturday Night3:42
    2Doin' It2:39
    3Champagne (& Wine)3:31

    References

    Herman Brood & His Wild Romance (album) Wikipedia


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