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The eccentric Dutch genius
HARRY MERRY in Budapest again
of course at RNR666 Party afresh

CORVINTETŐ: BISTRO
Oct 7, 9PM > TICKET: 500

Door: on the left side of Corvin Dept. Store. 4th floor. Use the elevator!

The story of Harry Merry has started at his aunt’s pub in Delft. As a little boy there he gazed at a juke-box. “I was hypnotized by all these vinyl-singles constantly rotating with those specifically coloured lable-etiquettes in the middle.  (…) My most favourite ones were from Apple-records, Pye Records (especially the dark pink one) and CBS-records (the old orange one; not the ugly later one).”

Further determinative things of his life: piano lessons, The Beatles and Roland keyboards. “The musical genres that have been adopted by me on these keyboards are as follows:  Rock’n’Roll, Rhythm & Blues, Beat, Ballads, Schlager, Latino, Chansons, Liedjes and lately also some Slovenian Pop and Serbian Turbo-folk.” Besides he is equally regularly being influenced by classical music from the likes of Mozart, Beethoven, Wagner, Mahler and Sibelius. And works of Charles Dickens are also a source of inspiration for him. Listen!

The average, but famous Ariel Pink has covered his Steve Storm, but it matters little.


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