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The Fool

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The Fool certainly are a quartet of Dutch multimedia artists: Simon Posthuma, Marijke Posthuma, Josje Leeger, and Barry Finch. They started within the Amsterdam Provos, pranksters whose situationist antics, such as for example providing free of charge white bicycles over the roads of Amsterdam and tossing smoke cigarettes bombs at the marriage of Princess Beatrix’s 1966 wedding ceremony, wreaked havoc in middle-’60s Holland. Once the four transferred to the U.K., they christened themselves the Fool and discovered are designers whose clients included model Patti Boyd (afterwards Clapton and Harrison) and Cream. In addition they designed some psychedelic LP addresses, including the Amazing String Band’s 5000 Spirits or the Levels from the Onion, the Move’s self-titled debut record, as well as the Hollies’ Progression. Probably their many well-known work was using the Beatles and contains designing the Apple store in London in addition to painting a psychedelic Rolls-Royce and grand piano for John Lennon. In 1969, the group considered music and enlisted Graham Nash as manufacturer of their only record. The Mercury discharge failed to capture on and the group faded out. In 2005 Rev-Ola reissued the self-titled record by adding two bonus monitors.

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Full Name The Fool
Music Songs It's a Night for Beautiful Girls, Life Sucks... Then You Die, Psycho Chicken, She Makes Me Feel Big, World Dance Party, L.L. Cool Bean, I Won't Grow Up, Sold Out, Spent the Rent, Easy for You, What I Tell Myself, Lost Number, Around The Block, Last Cadillac On Earth, Dressed in White, Bite It, Texas Chainsaw Square Dance Massacre, Running Scared, Local Talent, Coming Home With Me, Doo Wah Diddy, That's It, Go Home, It's a Night, Hen House, Fine With Me, TOP & JOY, Mutual of Omaha, Time Will Not Erase Us, I'm a Nun, More of Everything, Sad Story, Plumbing On My Mind
Albums The Fool, Psychedelic Folk Essentials, Crazy Frogs Around the World, Go Motherfucker, Human Nature, Circus

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