Ekseption - The Sensational - Philips - 92 857 Philips. Ekseption - Ekseptional - Philips - 62 156 Philips. This first album from EKSEPTION was recorded in 1968-69. It has several musical arrangements of Classical Music pieces (Beethoven& 'The Fifth', Khatchaturian& 'Sabre Dance', . Bach& 'Air', Falla& 'Ritual Fire Dance', Gershwin& 'Rhapsody in Blue', and Saint-Saens& 'Danse Macabre'). Of all these, I think that the best musical arrangements were done for 'The Fifth', 'Air', 'Ritual Fire Dance' and 'Danse Macabre'.
Ekseption was a Dutch rock band active from 1967 to 1989, playing mostly-instrumental progressive rock and classical rock. The central character in the changing roster, and the only band member present on every album, was trumpeter Rein van den Broek (10 September 1945 - 11 May 2015). The band knew some commercial success in the 1970s, having Dutch top ten hit singles with their adaptations of Beethoven's "Fifth" and Bach's (Celebrated) "Air".
Sensational is the second album by British R&B-soul singer Michelle Gayle, released in 1997. It includes three singles which reached the UK Top 20; "Do You Know" (UK "Sensational" (UK and the remixed version of "Happy Just to Be with You" (UK which had been released as a single in 1995. The original version of this song features on her debut album Michelle Gayle.
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Ekseption - Ouverture (03:23, 320Kb/s). Ekseption - Epilogue (00:57, 320Kb/s). Ekseption - Pop Giant (03:54, 320Kb/s). Ekseption - Piece for Symphonic & Rock Group in A-Minor (Passacaglia, Painting) (05:55, 320Kb/s). The Collection 1969-1971 (2013) - download the album and listen online. On this page you can listen to the album, get information about the album, see the list of songs and much more. Listen online and stay in a good mood. Org Album: The Collection 1969-1971 (2013).
Listen to music from Ekseption like The 5Th, Air & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Ekseption. Ekseption was famous during the late sixties/early seventies for the way it combined themes from classical composers with contemporary rock and jazz in a blend of dominating, virtuoso keys and trumpet plus sax(es). The story of Ekseption as we know it begins when they won the first prize at the Loosdrecht Jazz Festival in 1968, and they were rewarded with a record contract with Philips.
CreditsSteve Allet - Vocals
Peter DeLeeuwe - Drums, Vocals
Ekseption - Primary Artist
Rob Kruisman - Guitar, Vocals, Wind
Rick van der Linden - Keyboards
Dick Remelinck - Wind
Rein VanDer Broek - Horn
Huib VanKampen - Guitar, Saxophone
Tony Vassa - Saxophone