Q65 - Trinity (1997)
rock | 1cd | Eac Rip | Flac + Cue + Log | covers
Mohican MH001 | 310Mb
Q65 reformed in 1970, with Beer Klaasse on drums, and signed to Negram Records, staying together for one year and two LPs, Afghanistan and We Are Gonna Make It, which had a slightly more psychedelic orientation. Q65's line-up changed during the early 1970s as Nuyens exited to join Baar in a band called Rainman, while Q65 continued with a new line-up, featuring John Frederikz on vocals and Joop van Nimwegen on guitar. The original Q65 reunited in 1980 and toured that year. The group continued in various configurations throughout the middle of the 1980s. Jay Baar died in 1990, but a version of the band, with Wim Bieler as leader, continued playing into the 1990s.
"Trinity" is an acoustic album, released 30 years after band's glory days, more than other Q65's albums.