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Amsterdelics

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About Amsterdelics
Band Members:
All songs written and produced by Paul van Musscher & Gilbert Felix, except Call my namewritten by Amsterdelics, Horn arrangements by Remko Smid Stalenhoef, Recorded and mixed at Redemption Studio, Mastering by Steve Drakeem at the Lotus Dragon Studio, , Crew ;, Paul “the Wizard” van Musscher - vocals, Gilbert “the Judge” Felix - bass, Remko “Copper Smith” Smid Stalenhoef - tenor/alt sax, Rowin “the One” Tettero - drums/percussion, Folker “Flight Captain” Tettero - guitars, Pieter “Dr Q” ten Holt - guitars, Guests ;, Trombone/Tuba - Frans Cornelissen, Organ @ Illusions of love - Quincy Schenkers, Synths @ Illusions of love - Tico Pierhagen, Artwork - Daniel “Besok" Doebner, Special thanks to Kas “the Pigeon” Oeka
Hometown:
Amsterdam, Netherlands

Many, many moons ago, The Funk was alive in the hearts of men and women. It was a time to be cherished. The Universe was young and vibrant, and The Funk was its way of co...
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About Amsterdelics
Band Members:
All songs written and produced by Paul van Musscher & Gilbert Felix, except Call my namewritten by Amsterdelics, Horn arrangements by Remko Smid Stalenhoef, Recorded and mixed at Redemption Studio, Mastering by Steve Drakeem at the Lotus Dragon Studio, , Crew ;, Paul “the Wizard” van Musscher - vocals, Gilbert “the Judge” Felix - bass, Remko “Copper Smith” Smid Stalenhoef - tenor/alt sax, Rowin “the One” Tettero - drums/percussion, Folker “Flight Captain” Tettero - guitars, Pieter “Dr Q” ten Holt - guitars, Guests ;, Trombone/Tuba - Frans Cornelissen, Organ @ Illusions of love - Quincy Schenkers, Synths @ Illusions of love - Tico Pierhagen, Artwork - Daniel “Besok" Doebner, Special thanks to Kas “the Pigeon” Oeka
Hometown:
Amsterdam, Netherlands

Many, many moons ago, The Funk was alive in the hearts of men and women. It was a time to be cherished. The Universe was young and vibrant, and The Funk was its way of co...
Read More