- Performer Benjamin B.
- Title Benjamin B.
- Date of release 1996
- Style Indie Rock
- Other formats VQF RA MMF AU MP1 MP4 MPC
- Genre Rock / Pop
- Size MP3 1903 mb
- Size FLAC 1919 mb
- Rating: 4.2
- Votes: 645
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Guitar rock band Benjamin B was founded in 1994 in Winschoten, the Netherlands. After releasing two albums on Excelsior Recordings, the band released its latest record Tired of the Moon on Living Room Records. In 1994 singer/guitar player Fiebo Scholtens dropped out of law school. He decided to start a band together with Barbara Lampe and Michel Weber. Thus Benjamin B. was founded.
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Benjamin B. – Benjamin B. Label: Not On Label – No catalog number. Format: Cassette, Album. Country: Netherlands. Cassette picked up by Excelsior Recordings label manager, after which Benjamin B. signed recorddeal in 1995. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All. Cat. was a Dutch indie guitar band from the northern town of Winschoten, The Netherlands, fronted by singer, guitarist and songwriter, Fiebo Scholtens. The group was active from 1994 to 2005. They never announced their split, but seemed to have silently disappeared by 2006. Benjamin B. was founded as a three-piece: Scholtens, Barbara Lampe (bass) and Michel Weber (drums). Dutch indie label, Excelsior Recordings, signed them after having heard their début demo. by benjamin . released 13 November 1995 1. Omnipotent 2. Hiny? 3. Cherry Blossom 4. Belly 5. Fudge and Vanilla 6. Analysis 7. B. 8. GAP 9. Sue Me 10. Forever Careless 11. . 12. How 13. 2 allowed 14. Fiddle 15. Weary 16. The Mover's Song Recorded and engineerd by Frank Reijgersberg, June 29th, 30th & July 1st, 2nd 1995 at Schick Fabriek, Amsterdam, Netherlands. Self released on cassette November 1995. PHYBEAU: Guitar, vocals BARBARA: Bass, vocals MICHEL: Drums, vocals All music and lyrics by . Scholtens Except "Fiddle" music and lyrics by .
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