365 songs: Breek de stilte (Stef Bos & Bob Savenberg, 1991)


Ik heb me voorgenomen in 2017 elke dag minstens een (passend) liedje te posten. Zo hoop ik aan het einde van dit jaar een mooie afspeellijst te hebben van minimaal 365 liedjes.

Nummer 247... ‘Breek de stilte', van Stef Bos en Bob Savenberg (Clouseau). Bob schreef dit liedje samen met Stef op verzoek van Bobs zus Mieke, om met deze plaat haar autistische kind en de duizenden andere kinderen in Vlaanderen en Nederland te helpen. De opbrengst van deze plaat ging integraal naar de Vlaamse Vereniging Autisme en de Nederlandse Vereniging Autisme. Bob Savenberg richtte in 1984 de popgroep Clouseau op. Hij verliet de band in 1996.


Bron: YouTube/VivaVlaanderen/Wikipedia
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