Kuruki was almost a solo project, by Ghent-based musician Gerry D'Haeyer. The single "Crocodile tears", printed in 1981, was fun and interesting, a one hit wonder. Then followed three 12" (Kuruki - Such A Liar, Kuruki - Action and Kuruki - Souvenir, Souvenir), Kuruki - Just A Cat in 1983, which was recorded with Alan Gevaert & Chris Whitley of A Noh Rodeo, and a full-length album in 1984, Kuruki - TV Scape. Gerry D'Haeyer later went on to play drums with bluesmusician Roland Van Campenhout.

Kuruki Discography


Kuruki TV Scape Blue Feather Belgium 1984 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

Kuruki Crocodile Tears (Single) Payola Records Germany 1981 Sell This Version
MR 997 Kuruki Such A Liar(12") Money MR 997 Belgium 1981 Sell This Version
VB. 708 Kuruki Just A Cat(7", Single) Vogue VB. 708 Belgium 1983 Sell This Version
ZZ 5821 Kuruki Action(12") Zip Zap Records ZZ 5821 Belgium 1984 Sell This Version
BF45841 Kuruki Souvenir, Souvenir(7", Single) Blue Feather BF45841 Belgium 1984 Sell This Version