ANNEKE KONINGS

Singer Anneke de Koning from Oudewater.  In 1972, she took part in the Knokke Songfestival under the name Andeane.  After 1975, she was no longer releasing records, but did continue on with live work with the group Caboose.  In 1981, she emerged again with a new group called Dandylion.

1972	LP Feelings Munich M 8
1973	A lesson/Loneliness Munich M 10
1975	LP Tussen zon en maan Elf ProvinciŽn ELF 1570

ANNEKE DE KONING

1971	De heilige auto/Eenzaamheid Munich 2029451

ANDEANE

1972	Lovers bye bye/Monday morning blues Munich MN 1001
	It's not right/For you Munich MN 1002

DANDYLION

Collaborative work between singer Anneke Konings and rock group Ready Kilowatt from Gouda resulted in 1980 in the creation of this new band, featuring: Anneke Konings (v), Robert Berger (v, p), Jan Kasteelen (v, g), Paul van Eyk (v,b) and Hans Weyergang (dr).

1980	If you want to love me babe/Day light
1981	Couldn't leave you/Big leader Munich MS 428103
	Move on the line/Fly away Munich MS 428105
	LP Munich BM 150238

READY KILOWATT

This heavy rock group from Gouda and Rotterdam had already been working since 1971, known as Buttermilk Ditch and Plain Food.  In 1979, the name was changed to Ready Kilowatt.  Line-up: Robert Berger (v, p), Jan Kasteelen (v, g), Paul van Eyk (v, b) and Bruce Kettlitz (dr).  Bruce may have been a member of American punk band Shadows Of Knight at some point!  After just one single, the band split up in 1980 and then re-emerged with lead vocalist Anneke Konings as Dandylion.

1979	Mean streets/Swing fever RCA PB 4502

Dutch charts:

ANDEANE
1-7-72 SINGLE tip LOVERS BYE BYE

Submitted by: Adri Verhoef (a3@a3.xs4all.nl-removespam)
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