door Didi Hardenberg
Hey, are you ready to be blown away by Jerry Hey?
Today's tune that could have been from the 1970's. Regular updates.
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door Guuzbourg

Let’s sing together, in sweet harmony. Made this list together with writer Philip Huff, to feast your ears with the most gorgeous voices out there

door Guuzbourg
It's all about the bass, even in the detente between punk and the glossy 80s. The energy of punk combined with heavy reggae-basslines, jazz blurts, rudimental hip hop and the funk spirit. Carribean influences, African influences. It all came together.

Heel even leek het er in het begin van jaar op dat er een vervolg zou komen op The Big Lebowski. Die komt er gelukkig… lees meer

door Guuzbourg

“Carole King’s ‘Tapestry’ is 50 years old this year, and still stands as a landmark for female singer-songwriters taking the reigns. 1971 was an exceptionally… lees meer

door Didi Hardenberg
8 and a half hours of High Speed Chase Jazz
door David Kleijwegt
David Kleijwegt is one the biggest Dutch fans of Scott Walker... And you kinda hear that in this compilation.
door Niels Aalberts & Wilbert Leering
The hard hitters of softness...part three.
door Robert van Eijden

Robert ‘Oxysept’ van Eijden maakten Perfect Seventies Rock, en schreef natuurlijk ook de bijsluiter: “Ah, de seventies… Toen de boeren nog lekker gierden en de… lees meer

The hard hitters of softness...part two.
door Guuzbourg
Nick Drake. Probably the most melancholic singer songwriter ever, covered by some of his very talented fans.
door Rob Heerdink
Dan Auerbach built his Nashville dream studio and invited his favorite old-school Nashville cats to make an album about making songs in Nashville. These are some of the tracks that (may have) inspired him.
Parfaitness from the seventies!
door Guuzbourg

Guuzbourg gaf antwoord op de all male Perfect 70’s Soft Hits: ‘Soft rock is als porno: een duidelijke definitie is niet te geven, maar je… lees meer

door Niels Aalberts & Wilbert Leering
The hard hitters of softness...Volume 1.
door Atze de Vrieze
Even stranger things...
door Rufus Ketting
Everlasting Paul Simon...
door Guuzbourg
Fantastic Motown songs played by white asses.
door Berekvam
George Martin. Probably best known for being the fifth Beatle. But wait until you hear what more he did as a producer.
door Aux
The German love child of Punk and New Wave, born in the seventies.
door Guuzbourg
Synth Nicolas has some electronic grooves up his sleeves.
door Wilbert Leering
Fronted by the flamboyant Marc Bolan, they hit big in Britain during the peak of '70s glam rock, influencing acts ranging from alternative to metal.
door Roy Santiago
Just plain perfect.
door Bertolf
Bertolf just released his fifth solo album, First & Then. This Perfect is full of inspirational tracks for that album.
3810-88; Touwtje springen
door Aux
If you don't speak dutch, it ain't much.
door Ewout van der Wouden
21 70s funk pearls and 21 times "on the one!".
door Aux
This is how the dance floor sounded before it was dusted off en pitched up...
door Rob Heerdink
Demis Roussos was a pan-European, if not global, presence in the 1970s with a repertoire ranging from prog-rock with Aphrodite's Child to German schlagers to collaborations with maybe every non-english speaking singer of the 70s and 80s.
door Guuzbourg
Loose the cool and let's slip into something more comfortable. Guilty as hell, but heavenly at the same time.
door Guuzbourg
If you're into maximum rock 'n soul, you've come to the right place!
door Guuzbourg
No hits, just nuggets. 16 hidden pearls retrouvé by Guuzbourg. Enjoy!
door Jacqueline Govaert
Jacqueline Govaert's new album Songs To Soothe does exactly what the title promises. This Perfect contains the beautiful songs that were floating around while making her new album...
door Real Estate
The inspiration to Real Estate 2014 record 'Atlas'. Nuggets and classics, all the way from Little Wings to The Grateful Dead, via Bob Dylan.
door Eddy Stolk
Legendary stuff.
door Meindert Talma
Meindert Talma's biggest influences. A Perfect that takes you from Phillip Glass to Mick Jagger and from Sonic Youth to Lauri Anderson. Quite a ride.
door Art Rooijakkers
"Before Elvis there was nothing", said John Lennon. We couldn't agree more. It makes perfect sense that this Elvis-tribute by Art Rooijakkers is our 500th Perfect.
door Bent Van Looy
Bent Van Looy made a Perfect of the music that inspired him the most during the making of Around The Bend, his solo album he made with Jason Falker. It's an amazing collection of melancholic songs.
door Sean Rowley
Songs you hate because you love 'm so much...guilty as charged, so do we!
door Professor Eddy
Former male model Tom Moulton invented ways to stretch songs to make them flow from one to another, so people could dance on them continuously. Sounds simple, but it changed everything.
door Dennis Vlaar
"You gotta have more cowbell!"
door Just Fontein

Frank Zappa is bekend, ook op Maar hij was zelden alleen. Daarom een Perfect met nadruk op zijn band: The Mothers of Invention. Muziek… lees meer

door Niels Aalberts
An imaginary soundtrack based upon David Cassidy's life. A fantasy biopic, told in songs by Sigur Rós, Rainbow, Glenn Campbell, Andrew Gold, Neil Diamond and Elton John.
door Atze de Vrieze
An easy-but-never-cheesy XL Perfect by Atze de Vrieze. This exotica & easy tune mix-a-thon takes off the edge at the end of the working day. Like sherry. Santo & Johnny, Lee Hazlewood, Link Wray & 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 Clemens Rikken
Wilson Pickett meets Frank Zappa in a bad mood: that's Perfect Swamp Dogg according to Clemens Rikken.
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 Kris Keijser
'Larry Graham is to bass playing what Jimi Hendrix meant for guitar players', according to compiler Kris Keijser. He'll show you why.
door Clemens Rikken
The birth of alt. country by its pin-up boy Gram Parsons and his original band The Flying Burrito Brothers. Gram + Emmylou = strawberries & cream.
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 Guuzbourg
We could have called this one 'Perfect If You Like Vampire Weekend'. But it's much more, actually. With Talking Heads, Local Natives, Yeasayer, Fela Kuti, The Slits, Bow Wow Wow, Paul Simon.
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 Maurits Westerik
The 4th Gem-album Hunters Go Hungry was released in 2011. Singer Maurits Westerik shows us what inspired him: Rodriguez, Bibio, Bees, Edwyn Collins, Paul Weller, Big Star, Doves, David Bowie.
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 Erwin Wijman
Van The Man vs. Erwin Wij Man.
door Atze de Vrieze
Black pimps in shiny suites, big cars, massive afro's in which you can hide a gun and, last but not least, great music: e.g. James Brown, Roy Ayers, Marvin Gaye, Willie Hutch, Booker T, Isaac Hayes, Curtis Mayfield.
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 Charlie Dée
Laurel Canyon's greatest female songwriter. Her best songs, compiled by Dutch singer and überfan Charlie Dée.
door Hugo Vogel
Everything you need to hear from Rod The Mod: 31 tracks, carefully selected by Hugo Vogel. Lovely.
door Atze de Vrieze
Girl Power way before it was Girl Power. Real attitude, without the talk-to-the-hand-thing. Soul sisters with a message. You hear The Supremes, Martha Reeves, Ann Peebles, Freda Payne, Irma Thomas singing.
door Rob van Vegchel
Donna Summer is gone. Long live Donna Summer. An ode to the Queen of Disco, by Rob van Vegchel.
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 Anne Soldaat
Anne Soldaat is not only a musician, he's also a music dealer. With great merchandise like Nick Drake, The Zombies, Supergrass, Beach Boys, Frank Sinatra, Townes van Zandt, Scott Walker, Carpenters, Echo & the Bunnymen and Rodriguez.
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 Arne van Petegem
Deep soul. As in deeeeep. Includes Otis Redding, Aaron Neville, Brenda Hollowat, Etta James, Gladys Knight & The Pips, Bill Withers, William Bell, Al Green.
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.