basis_perfects kopie
door Ton - T55
Power pop, invented in the 60s (by The Who), still a joy for everyone who loves energetic rock with golden melodies & voices. Ton Ensing (@T55 ) picks his faves from past & present.
door Jessica Nash & Jochen de Vos
Songs mentioned by Haruki Murakami in his books...also the basis for a literary dancing night in Paradiso Tolhuis on 23 september 2016.
door Eddy Stolk
Legendary stuff.
door Leonard van den Pol
An ode to the late JJ Cale (5 december 5 1938 – 26 juli 2013), not with a Perfect of his own music, but with the music of the artists he inspired.
door Norbert Pek
The saddest thing: the brilliant James Gandolfini has died. Norbert Pek honours him with a Perfect Sopranos with the best music from the series.
door Adriaan Pels
Adriaan Pels helps you survive those hot hot Friday afternoons. With Wavves, Camper van Beethoven, Canned Heat, Bill Withers, Elvis Costello, Scram C Baby, Frank Black and more.
door Joost Reijnders
Many people only know the (also many) greatest hits Queen made. That's a shame. Joost Reijnders picked the best cherries out of the huge Queen-catalogue. Perfect Queen is simply full of brilliant songs.
door Mischa Verheijden
Visiting New York is lovely, singing about New York is as well. Frank Sinatra did. Many more did. Mischa Verheijden selected e.g. Ryan Adams, Sting, The Pogues, Tom Waits, The Beach Boys and Chicago.
door René Noels
When it's time to start all over, music can guide you through everything. Simon & Garfunkel, Prince, PJ Harvey, Nathalie Imbruglia, The Band, Bill Withers and many others give a helping hand.
door Atze de Vrieze
A collection of songs about car crashes and road accidents, including The Flaming Lips, Meat Loaf, Bruce Springsteen, The Ramones, Kanye West, Jan & Dean and 27 other artists. Great liner notes [in Dutch].
door Age Versluis
All Mod Cons.
door Nick Schuit
Every band's favourite band, every musician's favourite musicians. The backing band of His Bobness even got better after they left him. Nick Schuit selects their best tracks.
door Guuz Hoogaerts (aka Guuzbourg)
Stories from the swamp, selected by the one and only Guuzbourg. With Lynyrd Skynyrd, Tony Joe White, Alex Chilton, Link Wray, Screamin' Jay Hawkins, Leon Russell and more.
door The Boys of Summer
Guilty pleasures galore. An ode to the enigmatic sound - and shallow at the same time (is this possible?) - of Yacht Rock.
door Anne Soldaat
Former Daryll-Ann guitarist Anne Soldaat selects his favourite tunes by The Byrds.
door Frank Meeuwsen
Pearl Jam's greatest tracks. Not (just) the obvious singles and biggest hits, but the greatest treasures from PJ's catalogue, hand-picked by their biggest Dutch fan, Frank Meeuwsen.
door Guuzbourg
Between a-symetric hair and fluorescent leg warmers this were the guys keeping rock alive. Indeed, they were beacons of hope. Includes Los Lobos, Chris Isaak, Ry Cooder, Mink DeVille, Steve Earle, Don Dixon.
door Mark van Everdinck
The best of glam: e.g. T. Rex, Mud, Bowie, The Sweet, Gary Glitter, Lou Reed, Steve Harley, Adam & The Ans, Mott The Hoople and Sparks.
door Mitch Roedoe
Great director, with a great taste for music. Mitch Roedoe turned it into a very nice Perfect, with tracks by The Zombies, Faces, Nick Drake, David Bowie, Paul Simon, The Clash, Love, Elliott Smith.
door Hugo Vogel
Everything you need to hear from Rod The Mod: 31 tracks, carefully selected by Hugo Vogel. Lovely.
door Robin Winters
Boiling Californian heat, tumble weed, an endless road, two of your best friends, and this perfect on eleven. With tracks by Kyuss, Queens of the Stoneage, Monster Magnet, Wolfmother, Them Crooked Vultures.
door Aux (aka Auke Riemersma)
There was a time when Big Hair ruled the world. Especially, the music world. It gave us great pictures, and some great tunes as well (by Spinal Tap, Europe, Manowar, Guns N' Roses and Steel Panther, for instance).
door Martien ter Veen
That golden sound of children's choirs in popular music. You hear, amongst others, the Rolling Stones, dEUS, Gorillaz, Leonard Cohen and Spinvis.
door Jean Pierre Kin
That guy Jean Pierre Kin sure has some courage: compiling a Perfect of an elusive genius like Frank Zappa. So many styles, so many tracks, so much to choose from. Jean Pierre Kin did the job.
door Niels Aalberts
The world's greatest rock singer? Maybe. The best songwriter? Perhaps. Its #1 live performer? Definitely.
door Erwin Wijman
Lost songs that magically reappear. Erwin Wijman re-found songs by Lou Reed, Fleetwood Mac, Johnny Cash, Melanie, The Lovin' Spoonful, Lou Reed, Sade, Stevie Wonder, Meat Loaf, Fairport Convention and Sailor.
door Niels Aalberts
If this Perfect-series was called The Ultimate-series, this would be The Ultimate Fleetwood Mac. But we have to settle for Perfection.