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Livin' Blues was a Dutch blues-rock group from The Hague, the Netherlands originally founded in 1967. On their 1969 debut album Hell's Sessions the line-up included Ted Oberg (guitar), drummer Cesar Zuiderwijk (who later joined Golden Earring), Nicko Christiansen (vocals, bongo drums and guitar), John Lagrand (harmonica) and Henk Smitskamp (bass and piano). Hell's Sessions was produced by Jaap Eggermont, one of Holland's finest rock/pop producers (responsible for "Venus" by The Shocking Blue amongst others). Standout numbers like "Big Road Blues," "Black Panther" and "Waitin' On You" are all excellent documents of the Dutch Blues movement of the late-60s/early-70s.