The Rob Franken Electrification* ‎– Absorbed Love

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678 Records ‎– SSE 12004
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A1 The Anderson Tapes
Bass Guitar – Wim EssedComposed By – Quincy JonesDrums – Louis DebijElectric Guitar – Joop ScholtenPercussion – Wim van der Beek
A2 Rob's Hit
Bass Guitar – Wim EssedComposed By, Electric Piano, Synthesizer – Rob FrankenDrums – Louis de LussanetElectric Guitar – Joop ScholtenPercussion – Nippy Noya
A3 Loadstone
Bass Guitar – Rob LangereisComposed By, Electric Piano – Rob FrankenDrums – Louis DebijElectric Guitar – Joop ScholtenPercussion – Nippy Noya
A4 Absorbed Love
Bass – Wim EssedComposed By, Electric Piano – Rob FrankenDrums – Louis DebijElectric Guitar – Joop ScholtenPercussion – Wim van der Beek
A5 Red Baron
Bass Guitar – Wim EssedComposed By – Billy CobhamDrums – Louis de LussanetElectric Guitar – Joop ScholtenPercussion – Nippy Noya
B1 Adam Smasher
Bass Guitar – Wim EssedComposed By – Mike MandelDrums – Henk ZomerElectric Guitar – Eef Albers
B2 Escape
Bass Guitar – Wim EssedComposed By, Electric Guitar – Eef AlbersDrums – Henk Zomer
B3 Wild Wild Wes
Bass Guitar – Wim EssedComposed By – Attila ZollerDrums – Henk ZomerElectric Guitar – Eef Albers
B4 The Day The World Becomes Alive
Bass Guitar – Wim EssedComposed By – Gordon BeckDrums – Henk ZomerElectric Guitar – Eef Albers
B5 Hard Beat
Bass Guitar – Wim EssedComposed By, Electric Guitar – Eef AlbersDrums – Henk Zomer
B6 Blow Up
Bass Guitar – Wim EssedComposed By – Herbie HancockDrums – Henk ZomerElectric Guitar – Eef Albers

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Notes

Original sessions produced by Theo van Leeuwen
Side A recorded in 1973-1974
Side B recorded in 1975-1976

First released in 2018
Compiled by P-Dog & Zembie

Successfully distributed by Sander Huibers for Painted Dog Records
Thanks to Ger van den Beuken, Louis Debij (†), Emile Franken, Jan Huydts, Eric Ineke, Koos Serierse (†), Martien Sleutjes, Ditmer Weertman
Special thanks to Wim Essed, Theo van Leeuwen, Piet Schreuders, Sheila van den Berg
Dedicated to the late and great Rob Franken (1941 -1983)

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