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Flamborough Head


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Flamborough Head has existed since the beginning of the nineties. Keyboard player Edo Spanninga felt it was time to start a band which would make progressive rockmusic, a musical flow which was nearest to Edo’s heart but in which he had never been active before. Frans Wolf (keyboards & drumcomputing) and Wiebe Wolf (guitars), both former members of Saga oriented progband Made in Holland, were interested in writing and recording. Along with Siebe Rein Schaaf (vocals) they went on as a quartet. After some time they felt that working with sequencers and drumcomputers limited their possibilities and so they asked Koen Roozen (drums) and Marcel Derix (bass) to complete the band. Quite soon it appeared, that for all sorts of reasons, this line up was not effective and Frans and Wiebe decided to leave the band, which at that time did not have a name yet. Koen and Marcel shared a long musical past and from the period that they both played in Stiffener they knew André Cents who was willing to become Wiebe’s successor. At the same time Siebe Rein took over some keyboard playing from Frans as well.

In this line up they worked on new material and they decided to record this material in their rehearsal room in Bakkeveen, on their own recording equipment for a cassette-demo.This demo was released in 1994 under the name of Flamborough Head. Background Magazine wrote: “The balance between keyboards and energetic guitar licks is excellent.


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