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Anneke Grönloh - Flamenco Rock FLAC album

Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Flamenco Rock · Anneke Grönloh Favorieten Expres ℗ 1961 Universal Music .

Anneke Grönloh - Jij bent mijn leven (Netherlands) Anneke Grönloh - Jij Bent Mijn Leven Anneke Grönloh - Brandend Zand Anneke Gronloh - Brandend Zand Anneke Gronloh - Niets Ter Wereld Kan On a75.

The song 'Rozen Hebben Doornen' by Anneke Grönloh has a tempo of 176 beats per minute (BPM) on 'Favorieten Expres'.

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Louise Johanna "Anneke" Grönloh (7 June 1942 – 14 September 2018) was an Indonesia-born Dutch singer. She had a successful career starting in 1959 that lasted throughout the 1960s, and scored a hit with "Brandend Zand", one of the best-selling Dutch songs of all time. Grönloh was born in Tondano, North Celebes, Netherlands East Indies (now Indonesia), and spent her early years in the Japanese-occupied Dutch East Indies in a Japanese concentration camp.

Flamenco rock or Andalusian rock is a rock music subgenre that emerged from (but is not limited to) the Spanish region of Andalusia throughout the late 1960s and early 1970s. There were some precedents like a couple of albums (Rock encounter and The Soul of Flamenco and the Essence of Rock) by Sabicas, a handful of singles by Smash, Gong, Galaxia, Flamenco or even the American band Carmen

Electronic 14,838,388. Anneke Grönloh ‎– Anneke Grönloh. Label: BASF ‎– 21-25001. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. Country: Netherlands.

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Louise Johanna Grönloh. 1942-06-07)7 June 1942. Tondano, North Celebes, Netherlands East Indies (now Indonesia). After the war, the family moved to the Netherlands, and Grönloh grew up in Eindhoven. At the Gemeentelijk Lyceum (Municipal College) she met and played with Peter Koelewijn and his band Peter en zijn Rockets at parties. In 1959 her career took off after she won a talent show. On 31 August 1964 she married Wim-Jaap van der Laan, a DJ for Dutch radio station Radio Veronica, and in 1965 began singing in the Sleeswijk Revue. Throughout the 1960s she scored hits, especially with "Brandend Zand" (English: "Burning sand").

Album · 2014 · 20 Songs. De Regenboog Serie: Anneke Grönloh. Haar Allergrootste Hits. Anneke's Surprise Album.

Louise Johanna "Anneke" Grönloh (7 June 1942 – 14 September 2018) was an Indonesia-born Dutch singer. Louise Johanna Grönloh. As for his own situation, he sings that he hopes to find love, but also that occasionally he "want to die" as a result of not finding it. Aufray also recorded his entry in German, as "Das alles geht vorbei", and Spanish, as "La primavera llegó". The song was performed first on the night, preceding the Netherlands' Anneke Grönloh with "Jij bent mijn leven". As Luxembourg had performed last at the 1963 contest, this represents the rare event of a country "succeeding itself" on the Eurovision stage. At the close of voting, it had received.


A Flamenco Rock
B Trui, Trui, Slobbertru

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Anneke Grönloh - Flamenco Rock FLAC album
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1736 mb
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