Bojoura, of Bulgarian descent, was the most popular Dutch singer for a long period of time. She was born in 1947 in The Hague as Raina Cleuver van Melzen and discovered by George Kooymans (Golden Earring) in 1967. She recorded a lot of folk songs, although she also did some songs penned by Kooymans. She was frequently accompanied by the Thijs van Leer Trio (1967-1969).
1967 Everybody's day/Faceless sorrow Polydor S 1232 Dream man/Looking for that land Polydor S 1246 1968 Circus will be in town in time/Treat me Polydor S 1276 LP Nightflight nightsight Polydor 236169 1969 Frank Mills/Looking for that land part 2 Polydor S 1302 If it's Tuesday this must be Belgium/In the corner of my life Polydor S 1319 1970 LP The beauty of Bojoura CBS 64199 1971 Black sheep child/Comes a time CBS 7005 Everything's alright/I don't know how to love him CBS 7008 Once upon a time/For all we know CBS 7266 1972 Allentown jail/Talking in your sleep CBS 7745 All good gifts/By my side/Day by day [met Buffoons] CBS 8176 LP De beste van Bojoura CBS 53025 1973 What is love/Another day CBS 1769 LP Jesus Christ Superstar/Godspell-Greatest hits CBS 53363 1974 The letter/Joe CBS 2030 Thank you for calling/No ceas triste CBS 2351 1977 Butterfly/Another hall another suitcase Red Nose RNS 3 1980 Hard times/Living together EMI 1A 006-26444