The first festival in Europe where jazz and pop music were brought together. Therefore sometimes called the "mother of all European festivals".
ABOUT THE FESTIVAL
Arts & Acts
- Aynsley Dunbar's Retaliation
- Blossom Toes
- Blues Dimension
- Brian Auger and the Trinity
- Carriage Company
- Clee's Five
- Daily Life
- Deep Purple
- Eire Apparent
- Group 1850
- Humble Pie
- J.R. Monterose Duo
- Jiggs Whigham and Ruud Jacobs Trio
- Keith Jarrett Trio
- Marsha Hunt and White Trash
- Ornette Coleman Quintet
- Pete Grimston Quartet
- Philly Jo Jones Quintet
- Pol Closset and his Dixieland Gamblers
- Shocking Blue
- Soft Machine
- Steve Shorter and the Tilly Set
- The Moody Blues
- The Seals
- The Vipers
- Uwe Hasselhorst Kwintet
- World War 3
- The Bonzo Dog Band
Trombone workshop met Slide Hampton en Jiggs Whigham.
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BILZEN POP FESTIVAL 1969
The Bilzen get together, a music Festival where artists perform formally and informally.
Shocking Blue - Venus (Live + Interview) 1969
Live, with a very short interview at the end! I believe it is in German, or maybe Dutch as Shocking Blue hailed from the Netherlands. I welcome anyone to translate the interview ;-)
JAZZ BILZEN 1969 Roland & Bluesworkshop "I've Got a Mind to Give Up Living"
A song by B.B. King a.k.a. "All over again" Other versions by Paul Butterfield, Peter Green & Fleetwood Mac.
Taste (Rory Gallagher) - Blister On The Moon & Sugar Mama @ Bilzen Jazz Festival 22.08.1969
Taste - August 22, 1969. Line-up: Rory Gallagher (gtr+voc), Richard "Charlie" McCracken (bass) and John Wilson (dr). Bilzen Jazz Festival, Belgium Set list: Blister On The Moon Sugar Mama
Rare Footage - Ritchie Blackmore w/ Deep Purple live in Bilzen '69 (Belgium)
Ritchie Blackmore Deep Purple Live in Bilzen (Belgium) 1969 "Wring That Neck"
Steve Shorter (Jazz Bilzen 1969)
Belgian bluesman Steve Shorter performing at the infamous 1969 Jazz Bilzen festival. Performing later on the same day were Shocking Blue, Moody Blues, Humble Pie, Deep Purple and Marsha Hunt.