De doos van Doe Maar

Doe Maar (performer)
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De doos van Doe Maar

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Cd 1 The Rumbones
Cd 2 Doe Maar
Cd 3 Skunk
Cd 4 Doris Day en andere stukken
Cd 5 Doe de dub
Cd 6 4US de LP
Cd 7 4Us de cd
Cd 8 Lijf aan lijf 1
Cd 9 Lijf aan lijf 2
Cd 10 Singles, tussendoortjes en andere stukken
Cd 11 Klaar
Cd 12 Hees van Ahoy 1
Cd 13 Hees van Ahoy 2
Cd 14 De Limmen tapes
Dvd 1 Clips en televisieoptredens
Dvd 2 Live op televisie
Dvd 3 televisieprogramma's
Dvd 4 Op video
Dvd 5 Afscheidsconcert middag
Dvd 6 Afscheidsconcert avond
Dvd 7 Reünie 2000
Dvd 8 Hees van Ahoy
Dvd 9 Werchter 2008
De doos van Doe Maar
Doe Maar
Top Notch, 2012
14 cd's + 9 dvd-video's + cd-rom + boek
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60 - Amusement: Nederlands (NBLC) P1 - Populaire muziek Nederlands (Flemish music schema)

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About Doe Maar

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Doe Maar is a Dutch ska band with punk and reggae influences whose career peaked from 1978 to 1984. They are one of the most successful pop bands in Dutch history. 'Doe maar' translates as go ahead or just do it.


Early years and debut album

Doe Maar was formed in 1978 by Ernst Jansz (CCC Inc., The Slumberlandband). Piet Dekker, with whom Jansz played in The Slumberlandband (1975) and The Rumbones (1977), introduced him to Jan Hendriks and Carel Copier in the spring of 1978 at the farm of Gé van de Donk, who later became their sound engineer. Recordings from this meeting exist on which they played, without any rehearsal, all the Dutch-language songs Jansz had written at that time. Copier came up with the idea of the name after hearing the never officially recorded song "Doe maar". When Jansz was asked to form the resident band of that year's Festival of Fo…Read more on Wikipedia