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ALDERMAN: Come In The Evening/String Lady (Polydor 2050 144, NL 1971) EX/VG++ € 30,00
  Magical folk pop debut 45 by obscure Dutch duo Willem-Gert Aldershof and Bob Zimmerman (no, not HIM!) that has the words "FADING YELLOW" written all over it. One of the best recent Dutch discoveries and will be included on upcoming Dutch folk pop comp on Misty Lane, so watch out!  
ANGELA, JUDITH: A Day Begins/Little Busy Man (BASF 05 15175-6, NL 1973) M-/M- € 30,00
  Unknown female harpsichord folk pop gem very much in the same vein as Bojoura. Judith Angela was a Puerto Rico-born lady livin' in Amsterdam. This was her debut & by far best 45. Very hard to find!  
BAROQUES, LES: Silky/My Lost Love (Europhon P 5004, NL 1965) VG+/VG+ € 40,00
  First 45 by this great Dutch 60's beat band. Dark moody beat ballad comped on FLIGHT TO LOWLANDS #1 b/w fast organ beat punker also known as "A New Life Born". Tuff to find.  
BLUE PLANET: Boy/Climb the Mountain (Philips 6075 110, NL 1970) EX/EX € 35,00
  Killer heavy psych ("Boy") by this Dutch group incl. ex-members of The Incrowd and George Cash. This was their second 45 and also their best. The B-side is good too, but in a more progressive vein. Rare!  
CARDINALI, I: What Is Wrong, What Is Right/Shame (Whamm PS 020, NL 1967) VG+ € 35,00
  Dutch-Italian group that became Cardinal Point. Marco Borsato's dad was a member of this group! "What Is Wrong, What Is Right" is a fab harmony beat pop version of the Herman's Hermits song! Dutch group The Kik must have heard the I Cardinali version when they did their "Van Wie Hij Was En Wie Hij Is" ode to Willem Koopmans! Comes with a photocopy of the original PS.  
CEES AND HIS SKYLINERS: Rocking To Telstar/Golden Earrings (CNR UH 9599, NL 1962) VG/VG(+) € 50,00
  Excellent Dutch space-themed guitar instro 45! Very hard to find with the original PS!  
CLUNGELS, THE: Have You Ever Had The Blues/Do The Dog (Artone DS 25.452, NL 1966) VG+/VG (toc/wol) € 30,00
  Dutch mod R&B/beat 2-sider! Great organ dominated versions of these 60's R&B/soul classics originally by Lloyd Price and Rufus Thomas. NON-COMP! Hard to find!  
CONDORS, THE: Wanted/Set Me Free (Tania BG 6730, NL 1967) VG(+)/VG+ (wol) € 30,00
  Final and best 45 by Rotterdam-based beat combo. "Set Me Free" is great jangly folk beat and was comped on DUTCH BEAT EXPLOSION. Plays great! Rare!  
COPPERFIELD, DAVID STYLE: Won't Have You Back/Don't Try To Call (Relax 45.092, NL 1968) VG+/EX € 40,00
  Rare debut 45 by this Dutch 60's group. The B-s. "Don't Try To Call" is great moody teen beat pop! Cool PS.  
CROWN'S CLAN: No Place For Our Minds/It Makes Me Feel Like Cryin' (Polydor 2050 038, NL 1970) M-/EX (sol) € 40,00
  Killer fuzz psych 2-sider from this female-led Dutch late 60's group. "No Place For Our Minds" was comped on FANTASIO DAZE, INCREDIBLE SOUND SHOW STORIES #11 etc. Top copy!  
DEAN ALAN SET: Yeah Yeah/Baby I'm Still Free (Whamm PS 018, NL 1967) VG+/VG++ € 60,00
  Great and very hard to find Dutch mod beat 2-sider! "Yeah Yeah" was included on the NEW DIRECTIONS #2 mod CD-comp!  
DEVOTIONS, THE: For My Own/Being In Love (Omega 35.461, NL 1966) EX/M- € 100,00
  Second 45 by this Dutch 60's group aka John Hatton and the Devotions. This 45 was issued with two different B-sides though all copies mention "To You My Love" (a version of the Hollies song) on both sleeve and label. This copy here has the superior John Hatton-penned and uncomped "Being In Love" on the flip! Very hard to find especially in this condition!  
DIMITRI: Got A Dog Named Sally/Strange Is The Grass (Polydor 1247, NL 1967) VG+/VG (nc) € 50,00
  Brilliant eccentric folk psych 45 by Dimitri aka Dutch cartoonist Toon van Driel! Dimitri also co-wrote some Shocking Blue songs together with Robbie van Leeuwen (Motions). Rare!  
EMPTY VESSELS: Something's Gotta Hold On/Tantalizer (Decca AT 10 352, NL 1968) VG++/VG+ € 75,00
  Dutch 60's group that actually was The Toreros. Fantastic psych beat pop 2-sider. "Something's gotta..." was (or still is?) slotted for a future FADING YELLOW comp. Super rare!  
FERRARI'S, THE: The Birds They Understand/Miss Kathy Jones (Delta DS 1312, NL 1969) EX/EX € 100,00
  Extremely hard to find second single by this Dutch 60's group. All copies that I have found so far have labels reversed and the B-s. plays at 33rpm, so probably it was only issued like this! The B-s. "Miss Kathy Jones" is a stunning popsike gem included on the FADING YELLOW vinyl-only comp!  
FOCUS: Why Dream/Happy Nightmare (Imperial 5C 006-24220, NL 1970) VG++/VG(+) € 60,00
  Fantastic organ psych pop 2-sided debut single by this famous Dutch group incl. Hunters-guitarist Jan Akkerman. Very hard to find!  
FOUR SWEETERS: Pretty Rockin' Shoes/I'll be Lonely (Decca FM 264 343, NL 1960) VG € 35,00
  Great Everlys/Holly-styled rockin' first 45 by this Dutch group incl. Jack de Nijs! Rare! Never issued with PS, but comes with original die-cut company sleeve. Plays fine.  
GEORGE CASH: The Phantom Of My Past/Long Hard And Dry (Philips JF 334 658, NL 1969) VG(+)/VG+ (nc) € 35,00
  Debut 45 by this Amsterdam 60's group. "The Phantom Of My Past" is killer psych with swirling organ , loud guitar and wah wah effects. The B-s. "Long Hard And Dry" is a wicked loud psych rocker with some very unusual breaks. Scarce!  
HARRIS, SCOTT: Daisy/What's Goin' On Sweety (Pink Elephant 22.020, NL 1969) EX/EX € 30,00
  Second solo 45 by Dutch folk singer John Vis (ex-Disillusion '21) and the same guy that recorded "Morning Sun (see FADING YELLOW #10). The B-s. "What's Goin' On Sweety" is pleasant folk psych pop!  
HOEKE, ROB RHYTHM & BLUES GROUP: Oh, Baby Please/So Blue (Philips JF 327 964, NL 1966) VG++/VG++ € 25,00
  Fantastic harp-wailin' R&B/beat 2-sider by this Dutch 60's group. "So Blue" was included on PEBBLES #25. One of their best 45's and hard to find these days in nice condition.  
JAY-JAYS, THE: Come Back If You Dare/Don't Sell The Sun (Philips JF 333 550, NL 1966) EX/VG++ SOLD
  Great 45 by this Dutch combo from The Hague. Incl. the outstanding Kinksy "Come Back If You Dare" comped on PEBBLES #23 b/w the lovely melodic "Don't Sell The Sun". Must have!  
JOSHUA: Jenny/Magic Carpet (CNR 141.196, NL 1972) M-/M- € 30,00
  Great and obscure Dutch glamrock/bubblegum 2-sider by Josuha aka Jos Alvares Vega (nicknamed "Dikke Jos"), a Spanish born singer from Amsterdam. Songs written for him by Richard de Bois (Lemming/Ginger Ale) and Peter van Asten (Amsterdam).  
JUG SESSION: Easy Here/Runnin' Down (Polydor 2050 050, BELGIUM 1970) M-/M- € 40,00
  Dutch heavy psych/prog 2-sider with lots of fuzz guitar and killer Hammond organ on the flipside! Rare Belgium PS release. Perfect copy!  
JUSTICE: Shoot Shoot/You Came To See Me (MCA MCS 5223, NL 1971) EX/VG(+) (swoc) € 25,00
  An obscure group from Rotterdam with connections to Midnight Packet and Cosmic Dealer. This was their only single from 1971 incl. the great mellow folky pop B-side "You Came To See Me". Rare!  
KENNEY & PETE: Do What I Ask/I Need You (Polydor 2050 177, NL 1972) VG+/VG+ € 50,00
  A Scottish/U.K. singer/songwriter duo that lived in the Netherlands for a couple of years. The flipside “I Need You” is a haunting love song with great melody and perfect close-harmony singing...will be comped soon! Rare!  
KING, PETER: The Hawkmoth And The Flame/Shilly, Shilly (Decca AT 10 313, NL 1968) VG++/VG+ (nc/coh) € 30,00
  Great Dutch folky popsike single by the singer of Peter & The Beats/P&B Group. He is backed up on this 45 by The Streams ("Share My Loneliness"). The A-s. is originally by U.K. songwriter duo Hammond & Hazlewood. Rare!  
LEFT SIDE: See You Crying/Feeling Allright (Imperial 5C 006-24 406, NL 1971) EX/VG++ € 35,00
  Probably the best 45 by this Dutch group. "See You Crying" is an incredible early hardrock/proto-metal scorcher! Black Sabbath in Volendam - hell yeah! Scarce!  
MARIGOLD, THE: Edwin/Jeanny Mondella Maid (Negram NG 255, NL 1971) VG++/VG++ € 30,00
  Superb unknown Dutch folky psych pop 2-sider by a duo (Kor Van Velzen and Dick Den Held) from the city of Delft. They are backed up on this 45 by some members of The Tee-Set. Rare find!  
MASKERS, DE: Heat Wave/Death!!! (Artone DJ 25.715, NL 1967) VG+/VG(+) (rw) € 50,00
  Killer heavy psych 2-sider by this famous Dutch 60's band! Massive fuzz and organ, very much in the vein of other Dutch bands such as Group 1850!! "Death!!" was comped on WATERPIPES AND DYKES. Rare!  
MEIJER, DE ROLF: Leef Alleen Om Ja Te Zeggen/Wat Wil Ik Nog Meer (Imperial IH 758, NL 1967) EX/EX € 75,00
  Very rare Dutch-sung sitar folk psych 45! "Leef Alleen..." written by Dutch poet Simon Vinkenoog was included on BIET HET #2 sampler. Great copy!  
MERCEDES, DON AND THE IMPROVERS: [Willie And The] Hand Jive/Don't Know What To Do (Philips 327 654 JF, NL 1964) VG+/VG(+) € 35,00
  Best 45 by this Dutch singer from Utrecht. Incl. a great version of Johnny Otis' "Hand Jive" with tuff guitar break. Scarce!  
MISSING LINK: Flying/Walking Alone (Ariola 14 733 AT, NL 1970) EX/VG(+) € 40,00
  Fab unknown 2-sider by this obscure band coming from the Hilversum/Soest region. Excellent 2-sider incl. the Beatlesque "Flying" and the more psych orientated "Walking Alone". Very hard to find!  
MOTHER'S LOVE: Raise The Sails/Saint Without Glory (Havoc SH 138, NL 1967) VG+/VG € 30,00
  Great Dutch psych gem! The B-s. "Saint Without Glory" was comped on INCREDIBLE SOUND SHOW STORIES #14. Scarce!  
MOVING STRINGS, THE: Caravan/Tea For Two (Delta DS 1064, NL 1963) VG++ (nc) SOLD
  Great Dutch guitar instro debut-45 by this group from Dordrecht. Cool version of Duke Ellington's "Caravan" (I never get tired of hearing more versions of this classic song). Some band members would end up in The Zipps! Comes with a photocopy of the hyper rare original PS!  
MULLER, PETER J.: Beter Langharig/Mode Noemt-Ie Fashion (Delta DS 1182, NL 1966) VG+/EX (woc) € 35,00
  Co-founder of legendary Dutch 60's teen magazine HITWEEK backed up on this 45 by The Tremors. The B-s. is a Dutch version of The Kinks' "Dedicated Follower Of Fashion". SCARCE!!  
NICOLS, THE: This World Is My World/Fantasy Girl (Philips JF 334 561, NL 1968) EX/EX € 20,00
  Third single by this Dutch 60's group that does not get the attention that it deserved. "This World.." is a version of the song originally by U.K. band The Bystanders. "Fantasy Girl" is great melodic psych pop with phased vocals. Why has this never been comped?  
ODILLE: Kaatje Kaatje/'t Wilgenroosje (RCA Victor 47-15023, NL 1967) M-/M- € 25,00
  Dutch 60's "mystery" 45! "Kaatje Kaatje" is great cabaretesque Dutch-sung female pop with brilliant sheer poetic lyrics. Odille's whereabouts are still unknown. Comes with a beautiful matching hand drawn PS. Rare!  
PATRICIA: Tell Me You're Never Gonna Leave Me/One Huge Road (Imperial 5C 006-24 254, NL 1971) VG++/VG+ € 50,00
  Best 45 by Dutch female singer Patricia Paay along with "Fisherman King". Both songs written by Golden Earrings' George Kooymans and the Earring(s) also back her on this 45! "Tell Me..." is a great Shocking Blue-like dancer with a fantastic piano-led groove. The flipside "One Huge Road" is maybe even better with a cool guitar break. Rare!  
PETER AND THE BLIZZARDS: Deeper/Is Er Een Ander (GTB 650107, NL 1965) VG++/VG++ SOLD
  Dutch-sung debut 45 by this group from the Hague famous for their subsequent singles "Bye Bye Baby", "Sittin' In My Room" etc. Rare!  
PHANTOMS, THE: Tormented/I'll Go Crazy/I Dream Of You (Pink ElephantPE 22.056-G, NL 1972) EX/EX € 25,00
  Scarce 3-song E.P. by this Dutch 60's group incl. the fine beat pop original "Tormented" and a cool version of James Brown's "I'll Go Crazy".  
PLASTIC FEET: Big Blond Baby/Magic Queen (Negram NG 400, NL 1973) M-/EX € 25,00
  Great Dutch stompin' glamrocker comped on CLAP YOUR HANDS AND STAMP YOUR FEET and GLAMSTAINS #2. Top condition!  
PLASTIC PEOPLE: To Margie/Rejection (RCA 74-16018, NL 1970) EX/M- € 25,00
  Amsterdam based group with musicians that were in the backing group of Adjeef The Poet and Sharks & Me. Great organ psych freakbeat w/ heavy percussion b/w good psych pop.  
POLLACK, DICK: Hey Everybody/Deep In My Heart (Negram NG 362, NL 1973) M-/VG++ € 35,00
  Early solo 45 by singer who would be one of the founding members of Dutch punk wave band Mecano. The B-s. "Deep In My Heart" is groovy funky psych with great percussion and fuzz guitar leads. Written and produced by Ilja Gort. Scarce!  
PRINCE JOHN: Little Indian/I Told Her (Philips JF 333 920, NL 1968) VG++/VG+ € 75,00
  Fab unknown Fading Yellow-style psych folk pop 2-sider by a Dutch guy whose real name was Jan Prins. Reminiscent of Arthur ("Dreams And Images" LP) and the numerous U.K. toytown psych pop 60's groups. Very rare!  
RED SKYSCRAPERS, THE: Marsman/Jungle Fantasy (Omega 35.397, NL 1963) EX € 40,00
  Great & very hard to find Dutch early 60's guitar surf instro 2-sider! Comes with a photocopy of the original PS.  
REVELLS, THE: Indian Ropeman/Mind Party (CBS 7050, NL 1971, NL 1971) M-/M- € 25,00
  Dutch female trio from The Hague. Ultimate version of Ritchie Havens’ “Indian Rope Man”, better known by Brian Auger/Julie Driscoll. Perfect copy. Scarce!  
SANDY COAST: Sorry She's Mine/Make Me Belong To You (Delta DS 1210, NL 1966) VG+/VG+ (woc/soc/nc) € 25,00
  One of the best 45 by this Dutch 60's group incl. a fine version of the Small Faces' "Sorry She's Mine". Their take on Barbara Lewis' '"Make Me Belong..." is great too. Scarce!  
SCAMPS, THE: It Isn't There/Stop Your Sobbing (Omega 35.489, NL 1966) EX/VG+ € 60,00
  From the city of Zeist and not to be confused with The Scamps group that recorded for the Delta label. Great jangly organ beat version of songs originally by The Swinging Blue Jeans and The Kinks! Rare!  
SCORPIONS, THE: Baby Back Now/Ann-Louise (CNR UH 9740, NL 1965) VG+/VG+ € 30,00
  Dutch-UK 60΄s band. My fave 45 by them incl. the fantastic "Baby Back Now". Essential!  
SCORPIONS, THE: Balla Balla/Mojo (CNR UH 9788, NL 1965) VG+/EX € 25,00
  Dutch-British 60's band doin' a killer version of "I Got My Mojo Working". Scarce!  
SECRETS, THE: I Feel A Strength In Me/Poor Strong Night (BιGι 200.160, NL 1969) VG(+) € 25,00
  Primitive Dutch organ beat 45 on the private Belgian BιGι label. Record plays fine and comes with a photocopy of the original PS.  
SHARKS AND ME: Let The Good Times In/Buses (Tania BG 6770, NL 1967) VG+/M- € 60,00
  Fab Dutch psych pop 2-sider! "Buses" was comped on RUBBLE, RED WITH PURPLE FLASHES etc. Both sides of this 45 were also covered by U.S. group The Hung Jury on their Colgems 45 from 1967. Hard to find!  
SHEIKS, THE: Lost Love/Running For You (Tania BG 3402, NL 1966) VG+ € 25,00
  Big fave folk beat garage 2-sider! Pre-Midnatt Fyran. Comped on LIVING IN THE PAST and THE WORLD FOR US. Comes with photocopy of the original pic sleeve.  
SHORT '66: It's Hard To Get Up In The Morning/ I, L, N, Double U (Decca AT 10 296, NL 1967) VG+/VG+ SOLD
  One of the best 45's from this Dutch 60's beatgroup. The B-s. "I, L, N, Double U" is great dreamy psych gem with phased vocals and was included on WATERPIPES & DYKES comp. Cool PS. RARE!!  
SIX YOUNG RIDERS, THE: Let the Circle Be Unbroken/Count Down (Havoc SH-128, NL 1967) EX/EX (sobc) € 60,00
  A studio-only group incl. members of The Motions, Sandy Coast and De Maskers. Both songs written by Motions' band leader Robbie van Leeuwen. "Count Down" is an incredible Eastern vibe go go instro that deserves a wider audience. RARE!  
SOFTS: Kassie Kijken/Paarse Broek (Omega 35.481, NL 1966) G+ € 35,00
  Killer primitive beat punk 2-sider sung in Dutch! On TRANSWORLD PUNK #1 and BIET HET #1. This copy is visually not in the best condition, but plays surprisingly well! Comes with a photocopy of the original PS.  
SPEED: Easy To Say/Mrs. Clear (Imperial 5C 006-24439, NL 1971) VG++ (nc) € 20,00
  Dutch teen group from Haarlem. The B-s. "Mrs. Clear" is a great folky psych pop. Speed appeared on "Stuif Es In", a Dutch TV program that I watched as a kid. Comes with a photocopy of the original PS.  
SPRING: Saturday Morning/I've Got To Do (Negram NG 238, NL 1971) VG++/VG(+) € 35,00
  Debut 45 by this Dutch duo that would also issue some 45's as Dutch Spring. “Saturday Morning” is a brassy Ray Davies-type of song with elements of folk, dixieland jazz and British music hall. The B-s. "I've Got To Do" is a hidden folk pop gem! Rare and obscure find!  
STATIC: What You Gonna Do To Your Heart/I Love You Girl (Omega 35.820, NL 1967) EX/M- € 65,00
  Dutch 60's winner! "I Love You Girl" (non-comp!) is a cool fuzz mod/freakbeat mover! The A-s. was written by George Kooymans (The Golden Earrings). Hard to find in such nice shape!  
STEIJL, ROBBERT: Tijd Voor Respijt En Gebeden/Net Als Ik (Tania BG 3398, NL 1966) VG++/EX € 25,00
  Scarce Dutch-sung protest folk beat 45! Robert Steijl was a singer-guitarist from Amsterdam. "Tijd Voor Respijt..." is a version of Bob Dylan's "The Times They Are A-Changin'".  
TORTILLA: Every Angel Comes From Nowhere/Old Friends (Belter 08-111, SPAIN 1972) M-/M- € 25,00
  First of only two singles by this Dutch group from the city of Bergen. The A-s. "Every Angel Comes..." is excellent folk psych w/ a killer guitar break! Spanish pressing that comes in a fab psychedelic designed PS. Top copy!  
TOWER, THE: In Your Life/Slow Motion Mind (Decca AT 10 364, NL 1968) VG+/VG+ (soc/sol/nc) € 25,00
  Brilliant Hammond organ mod psych B-s. with tuff fuzz guitar break! Always in demand 45 by this Dutch 60's group incl. Boudewijn de Groot.  
TRIFFITS, THE: Monkey Business/Stay (Delta DS 1175, NL 1966) VG++/EX € 75,00
  The only single by this group from the Amsterdam/IJmuiden region. "Monkey Business" is a wyld beserk version of the Chuck Berry/Kinks song. The B-s. "Stay" is a haunting beat ballad. [I also have a VG(+) copy available that comes with a photocopied PS for € 25,00]  
TWILIGHT KIDS, THE: A Wondering Man/It's Your Fault (CNR UH 9876, NL 1966) VG+/EX € 50,00
  Great infectious folk beat 2-sider by this band from The Hague. The A-s. "A Wondering Man" was incl. on the LIVING IN THE PAST comp, but the flipside is equally cool! RARE!  
WILLIAMS, ROEK AND THE FIGHTING CATS: Jean McKellygan/Now You're Mine (Delta DS 1254, NL 1967) M-/M- € 50,00
  Best 45 in my book by this group from Amsterdam. The dreamy psychedelic "Jean McKellygan" was written for them by The Softs' bass player Klaas Groot and initially intended to be the follow-up to their "Paarse Broek" / "Kassie Kijken" 45. Very rare especially in this condition.