Bram Vermeulen (13 October 1946 – 4 September 2004) was a Dutch artist born in The Hague active in both theatre and music. In fact these were his second and third careers respectively - as at the age of 16 he shot to fame for being the youngest international volleybal player in Dutch history. He played all kinds of instruments, but mostly piano.
Bram Vermeulen – Bram Vermeulen. Label: WEA – 24-0257-4. Format: Cassette, Album. Country: Netherlands. Piano – Bram Vermeulen. Producer – Johan Visser. Technician – Ed Sterk, Jaap Brunner. Trombone – Erik Van Lier (tracks: A2, B1), Ruud Welle (tracks: A1). Trumpet – Jan Faas (tracks: A2, B2), Ron Limberg (tracks: A1).
Bram Vermeulen werd geboren op 13 oktober 1946 in Den Haag, als jongste zoon in een gezin met 3 kind. CommunitySee all. 581 people like this. 588 people follow this. AboutSee All. Contact Bram Vermeulen on Messenger. Vanavond spreekt In het spoor van Rudi Vranckx over de waanzin van oorlog met muziek van Bram Vermeulen. Onbeschrijfelijk indrukwekkend.
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Tekens Aan De Wand, 02:45.
Voltooid Verleden Tijd Bram Vermeulen. Listen on Apple Music. Bram Vermeulen & Stef Van Alsenoy. 12. Bont & Blauw.
Voltooid Verleden Tijd. In between recording projects Bram Vermeulen sometimes embarked on a sort of "best of Bram Vermeulen" theater tour, sometimes with a band, sometimes solo, and sometimes somewhere in between (with 1983's theater tour Het Leven he only had a drummer playing behind him). On the evenings of September 11, 12, 13, and 14 of September, 2001, however, Vermeulen performed in the Ancienne Belgique in Bruxelles with a full backing band and a horn section.
|A2||Jij & Ik||3:06|
|A3||Dichter Bij Mij||4:34|
|B1||Nederland Is Vol||4:19|
|B5||Waar Wacht Je Nog Op||3:41|
- Recorded At – Ballad Sound Studio
- Arranged By – Cees Stolk (tracks: A1)
- Artwork – Johan Visser
- Bass – Eric Eldering, Marcel Schimscheimer (tracks: A1)
- Bassoon – P. Van Scheers (tracks: A1)
- Bugle – Ron Applegate (tracks: A1)
- Cello – Rien Snoeren (tracks: A1)
- Clarinet – Gerbrandt Westveen* (tracks: A2, A4), Leo Van Oostrom (tracks: A1)
- Drums – Roy Bakker
- Flugelhorn – Ron Limberg (tracks: A1)
- Flute – Berdien Stenberg (tracks: A1)
- Guitar – Frank Ketelaar, Rick Vrijman*
- Lyrics By – Bram Vermeulen
- Mandolin – Rick Vrijman*
- Mixed By – Emile Elsen
- Oboe – Ton Van Kieft (tracks: A1)
- Percussion – Bram Vermeulen, Roy Bakker
- Photography By – Philip Mechanicus
- Piano – Bram Vermeulen
- Producer – Johan Visser
- Saxophone – Gerbrandt Westveen* (tracks: A2, A4)
- Synthesizer – Rick Vrijman*
- Technician – Ed Sterk, Jaap Brunner*
- Trombone – Erik Van Lier (tracks: A2, B1), Ruud Welle (tracks: A1)
- Trumpet – Jan Faas (tracks: A2, B2), Ron Limberg (tracks: A1)
- Tuba – Frank Welle (tracks: A1)
- Viola – Rene Snoei (tracks: A1), Sylvia Houtzanger* (tracks: A1)
- Violin – Martin De Deugd (tracks: A1), Martin Hak (tracks: A1), Rene Snoei (tracks: A1)
- Vocals – Bram Vermeulen
- Written-By – Bram Vermeulen
NotesRecorded in the Ballad Sound Studio, Vuren. April-July 1983. Mix Technics with a Sony Digital Recorder. Special thanks to Mr Van Vliet for finding the stolen 24-tape somewhere in The Hague.
|24-0257-4||Bram Vermeulen||Bram Vermeulen (Cass, Album)||WEA||24-0257-4||Netherlands||1983|
|CTC-2990528||Bram Vermeulen||Bram Vermeulen (CD, Album)||Coast to Coast B.V., Witlof Music||CTC-2990528||Netherlands||2009|