JP Den Tex | Hungry Years (1980-1986)

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Hungry Years (1980-1986)

by JP Den Tex

Rare eighties collection of JP's first solo albums.
Genre: Pop: 80's Pop
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1. What True Love Can Do to Your Soul
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2. Low Budget Rider
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3. Clever Fool
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4. Charlie
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5. Cold War Children
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6. Star
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7. More Than Ever
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8. Dancing with Your Baby
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9. C'est La Vie Bon Bon
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10. A Quiet Street in Paris
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Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

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Through the years folks have been asking for this 80-ies JP Den Tex pop sampler! Although young Den Tex arguably is still looking for a voice here, the songs on "Hungry Years (1980-1986)" already stand out because of their songwriting and storytelling qualities, taking us back to JP's boho years. Love gone awry (on A Quiet Street In Paris), personal bankruptcy (on Low Budget Rider and C'est La Vie Bon Bon), recurrent periods of depression and the consecutive soulsearching (on Clever Fool and Cold War Children): they all get a landing spot, without bringing the listener down along with them however :-) Apart from ten captivating songs there's a bunch of excellent musicians on these tracks, like Ulco Bed (today saxophonist Candy Dulfer's guitar player), Willem Ennes, Tom Barlage, Hans Waterman and Harry Hardholt (all from well-known progrog band "Solution"), drummer Kees Meerman (from Herman Brood's original "Wild Romance"), bass player Jaap van der Sluijs and guitarist Michiel ("Oh Boy") Jansen, just to name a few.

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