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Formed in Zwolle, The Netherlands in 1966 by Leen Ripke, Blues Dimension was one of the first Dutch groups to play rhythm & blues with horns. The band was active until 1969, when their breakup was announced in the title of this, their third and final album B.D. Is Dead, Long Live B.D.: Blues Dimenson's last (best) album. Produced by Tony Vos, who was responsible for arranging and producing many Dutch pop acts of the day, the group's swan song is home to such catalog gems as "I Ain't Superstitious", "Battle-Field Of Love" and "Stay." For fans of The Animals, The Yardbirds and early Procol Harum. Part of the 'Dutch Vinyl Masters' promotional campaign.