Mad Curry

Mad Curry were a Belgian jazz-rock/psych band that released a self-titled album and a standalone single on the Pirate’s label at the dawn of the 1970s.

Members: Viona Westra (vocals), Giorgio Chitschenko (saxophone), Danny Rousseau (organ), Jean Andore (bass), Eddy Kane (drums)

Stylistically, the band paired the sassy raunch of femme-led contemporaries Goliath, Room, Mr. Albert Show, and Earth and Fire with the chromatic jolt of continental Soft-like acts Supersister, Ping Pong, Burnin Red Ivanhoe, and Wigwam. After Mad Curry folded, saxist Giorgio Chitschenko carried on the band’s sound as part of the 1971 one-off Shampoo.

  • Mad Curry (1970)
  • “Antwerp” / “Song for Cathreen” (1971)

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