Bojoura — aka Rajna Cleuver van Melzen (born April 15, 1947) — is a Dutch pop singer who released the album Night Flight, Night Sight on Polydor in 1968, followed by The Beauty of Bojoura on CBS in 1970. Discography: Night Flight, Night Sight (1968) The Beauty of Bojoura (1970)


Banten were a Dutch avant-jazz/rock band that released a self-titled album on BASF in 1972. Members: Rob van den Broeck (composer, Fender Rhodes, piano), Ernst Reijseger (cello, electric cello), Jurre Haanstra (drums, harmonica, vocals, whistle), Henny Vonk (composer, kazoo, percussion, piano, vocals), Arnold Dooyeweerd (double bass) Discography: Banten (1972)

After Tea

After Tea were a Dutch pop-psych band from Delft, Zuid-Holland, that released five pop-psych singles and two albums on Decca between 1967 and 1969, followed by a hard-rock/blues third album on Negram in 1970. Members: Hans van Eijck (keyboards, vocals), Martin Hage (drums), Polle Eduard (bass, guitar, vocals), Ray Fenwick (guitar, vocals), Ferry Lever (guitar, […]

The Legendary Pink Dots

The Legendary Pink Dots were an English-Dutch goth-psych band that issued two cassette-albums on self-press Mirrordot in 1981, followed by three proper studio albums on In Phaze Records between 1982 and 1984. A lengthy round of albums appeared during the subsequent 10-year period on Play It Again Sam Records amid side releases on Jarmusic and […]