Circus – Medusa / Mother Motha’s Great Sundance 7”


From the ashes of Q65 rose Circus, featuring guitarist Frank Nuyens and drummer Jay Baar. This is their unreleased 1968 single that sees the daylight for the first time, including the original artwork. Circus had everything to become the first Dutch super band, along the lines of a.o. Cream and Blind Faith. In January 1968 guitarist and composer Frank Nuyens and drummer/lyricist Jay Baar rose from the ashes of Q65. Mark Klein (James Mean) joined as keyboardist, Frank Verhoef became the bassist/singer. With them, Nuyens and Baar made the first recordings. Later they went into the studio with producer Hans van Hemert, for the complex basis of Mother Motha’s Sundance, ment as B-side for the single ‘Medusa’. Eventually their recording career never went beyond a test pressing of the single Medusa/Mother Motha’s Sundance, as found in the archives of Hitweek. The single was shelved, but a sleeve for the original 45 was apparently printed and recently found in archive.

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Weight 150 g


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