Bert Hadders en de Nozems | De Coöperoazie

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by Bert Hadders en de Nozems

This second album was written in a month in an old school near Hadders birthplace in the north of the Netherlands. Four new bandmembers brought instruments like mandoline, accordeon, ukulele and banjo, giving the music a rural feel. Language? Gronings..
Genre: Pop: Pop/Rock
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1. Jogie
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2. In Dien Aarms
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3. Poolse Bruid (feat. Bonnie Boonstra)
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4. Domnee, Domnee
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5. Slietoazie Aan T Benul
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6. Moord en Braand (feat. Tollak)
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7. Reunie In Sodom
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8. Louise
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9. Ain Nacht Allain (feat. Tollak)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Bert Hadders spent a month in an old abandoned school near his birthplace Tweede Exloermond to write the ten songs for this album.
After a few weeks his bandmembers came and brought four other musicians and a truckload of instruments like mandoline, ukelele, accordeon, Hammond en fiddle giving the record a rural feel.
The lyrics are in Gronings, a language only spoken by people in the north of the Netherlands. Subjects are: girls, farmers in need of a girl, farmers in need of rain and dementia, to name a few.

A reviewer of the first album 'Over De Badde' said; ' I don't know what it's all about, but it sure sounds good!' .


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