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Dutch band MR. ALBERT SHOW, apparently named after a roadie, was formed in 1969 by Bertus Borgers (saxophone, flute, vocals), Roeland Boogaart (drums), Tom Fautubun (bass), Eric Lintermans (guitars) and Bonki Bongaerts (organ). Strengthened by the vocal talents of Floortje Klomp they make their debut with the single "Wild Sensation" in 1970, followed by their full length debut album "Mr. Albert Show" later the same year. The following their sophomore effort "Warm Motor" appeared, while the non-album single "Show Me Your Tongue" was released in support of it.

This would prove to be the final release by this short-lived band, who disbanded in 1973 following the departure of Bertus Borgers.

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3.91 | 11 ratings
Mr. Albert Show
3.52 | 16 ratings
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3.52 | 16 ratings

Warm Motor
Mr. Albert Show Crossover Prog

Review by Albert H

3 stars This is one of the albums that was around while I was growing up - in my early teens. It's one that we all listened to from the offshore radio ships off the coasts of the UK and the Netherlands.

Mr Albert Show got their strange name from the shyness of one of their Roadies (by the name of Albert) who didn't like to be seen on stage. The band thought it was funny to highlight his timidity in their name! During their fairly brief career, they were quite a hard working band, and played the University and small club scene in the Netherlands and Belgium. I saw them live several times, and they were pretty good - competent without being exceptional - but they could entertain.

The album contains six fairly straight-ahead rock songs - not really all that "progressive" in style, but with a high degree of musical craft and some interesting songwriting. Each track has something to recommend it, but my favourites are "Woman" and "Did You Really Find Somebody?". Give it a listen - it's by no means essential, but your time won't be wasted!

Thanks to windhawk for the artist addition.

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