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Gerry D'Haeyer FLAC album

Performer: Gerry D'Haeyer
Genre: Other
FLAC version ZIP size: 1629 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1796 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1363 mb
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Jeru is an album recorded by American jazz saxophonist and bandleader Gerry Mulligan featuring performances recorded in 1962 which were released on the Columbia label. Capricious" (Billy Taylor) - 5:47. Here I'll Stay" (Kurt Weill, Alan Jay Lerner) - 5:00. Inside Impromptu" (Taylor) - 5:32. You've Come Home" (Cy Coleman, Carolyn Leigh) - 5:40.

Gerry Rafferty, released in 1974 on Transatlantic Records (TRA 270) (reissued 1978 in . on Visa Records ), is mainly a compilation of Humblebums material that Gerry Rafferty had written and performed while in that group. It comprises most of the serious musical content of the last two albums released by that group, with the exception of "So Bad Thinking" (which came from the backside of his "Can I Have My Money Back?" single).

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Gerry D'Haeyer later went on to play drums with bluesmusician Roland Van Campenhout, Roland and the bluesworkshop, Wim De Craene and many other bands. He was also a member of Hubble Bubble where he was replaced by Plastic Bertrand while doing his army service. He is currently a producer and drummer with Catfish, The Suspects, and Zulema. released May 31, 2017.

Album: Crocodile Tears - Single, 2017. Kuruki was a minimal wave project spearheaded by Ghent-based musician Gerry D'Haeyer and Alain Bureau (Sally Joy). The band was founded in the early 1980s. Its first release, the single "Crocodile Tears," was the band's single hit and appeared on a number of compilations.

Kuruki is a minimal wave project spearheaded by Ghent-based musician Gerry D'Haeyer and Alain Bureau (Sally Joy). Afterwards several singles and 10 inches were released, though none matched the success of the first single. In 1981 the band released the aforementioned Crocodile tears and the 12 inch maxi single "Such A Liar".

Roland Van Campenhout.