Tangarine were the first to play a session on the Sunday of our Into The Great Wide Open show. Twin brothers Sander and Arnout Brinks are known for their delicate folk songs, although their new record shows them playing with more power and dynamics than before.

I remember seeing them for the first time in 2010, during the final of the Grote Prijs van Nederland, a Dutch music competition. It would’ve been nice if either they or Case Mayfield had won that year, instead of the awful singer who did. Shit happens. Since then, Tangarine have undeniably become a lot better and released two albums, of which this year’s Seek & Sigh on Excelsior Recordings. They’re doing well.

They did well at Vlieland too, by covering Hank Williams and Tim Hardin.

The songs played in this session are:
1. Cold Cold Heart (Hank Williams)
2. Black Sheep Boy (Tim Hardin)
3. Waters On The Rise (Tangarine)

Originals

Cold Cold Heart (Hank Williams, Dear John, 1951)
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Black Sheep Boy (Tim Hardin, Tim Hardin 2, 1967)
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This session was filmed by Dick van der Ven, Rachel Huneker and Matthijs van der Ven.
Audio & video editing by M. van der Ven.

Thank you
Into The Great Wide Open & volunteers
Eva van Meerten (stage manager)
Jan ten Boom
Gijsbert Kamer (presenter)
Johan Gijsen
Sytse Wils
Joep Smeets
Maartje Jansma
Vlieland

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