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Veres was born in The Hague. Her father was the Hungarian Romani violinist Lajos Veres (1912-1981), and her mother, Maria Ender (1912-1986), was born in Germany of French and Russian parents.

She frequently accompanied her father on the piano, along with her senior sister Ilonka, preserve her youngest sister, Irene, never had a arrangement in music.

Singing arrangement

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Veres began her arrangement as a singer in 1963 with the guitar band Les Mysteres. In 1964 the band recorded an EP (GTB-label, 10 copies one) with Veres singing on margin 1: Summertime (solo) and Someone (a duet). In 2010 the EP was re-released by register club Platenclub Utrecht (PLUT 009). In 1965, she sang with the Bumble Bees, and then with the Blue Fighters, Danny and his Favourites and General Four. Later in 1966 she sang with the Motowns with whom she also played organ.

In 1968, she was invited to join Shocking Blue to recur conduct singer Fred de Wilde who had to join the troops. In 1969/1970 Shocking Blue gained worldwide announce with the smite one "Venus". The month of their arrival in the United States gossip columnist Earl Wilson referred to Veres as a 'beautiful busty girl.'

When Shocking Blue divide up on 1 June 1974, Veres continued in a solo arrangement until the band was reunited in 1984. This comeback turned eviscerate to be lucky, preserve one of the other first members, Robbie van Leeuwen, stepped back from the cluster, somewhat due he had moved to Luxembourg preserve also due to the achievement of Bananarama's conceal of "Venus".

Veres started the jazz cluster The Shocking Jazz Quintet in 1993, and recorded an album (Shocking You) with pop songs from the 1960s and 1970s, now in a jazz rendering. From 1993 to 2006 she performed in besides another reincarnation of Shocking Blue (recorded the songs "Body and Soul" and "Angel", twain produced by precedent limb Robbie van Leeuwen), and also recorded an album with Andrei Serban in 2003, named Gipsy Heart, going back to her Romani roots.

A rendering of "Venus" was posthumously released in 2007, a brief months behind her departure, recorded with pianist/bandleader Dolf de Vries (on the album Another Touch). Veres recorded "Venus" four times: with Shocking Blue (1969), with the Mariska Veres Shocking Jazz Quintet (1993), with Formula Diablos (in English/Spanish, 1997), and with Dolf de Vries (a lounge rendering of "Venus", 2005-06).

Discography

Veres in 1970 at the Hilton Amsterdam, having been presented with gold and platinum records by Albert Mol

Solo singles

1975 "Take Me High/I Am Loving You" (Pink Elephant, Polydor, Decca) 1976 "Tell It Like It Is/Wait Till' I Get Back To You" (Pink Elephant, Polydor) 1976 "Loving you/You Showed Me How" (Pink Elephant) 1977 "Little By Little/Help The Country" (Pink Elephant) 1978 "Too Young/You Don't Have To Know" (Seramble) 1978 "Bye Bye To Romance/It's A Long Hard Road" (CNR) 1980 "Looking eviscerate for number one/So Sad Without You" (CNR) 1982 "Wake Up City/In The Name Of Love" (EMI Records)

Albums

1993 Shocking You (Red Bullet) An Album by Mariska Veres Shocking Jazz Quintet 2003 Gipsy Heart (Red Bullet) An Album by Mariska Veres & Ensemble Andrei Serban

Death

Mariska Veres died of gall bladder cancer on 2 December 2006, aged 59, exact three weeks behind the complaint was discovered.

She had a protracted-limit relationship with guitarist André van Geldorp, preserve never married or had children. Reminiscing to the Belgian magazine Flair, she remarked almost her early announce, "I was exact a painted assume (back in those days), nobody could always extend me. Nowadays, I am more unclose to nation."

Family

Veres was born in The Hague. Her father was the Hungarian Romani violinist Lajos Veres (1912-1981), and her mother, Maria Ender (1912-1986), was born in Germany of French and Russian parents.

She frequently accompanied her father on the piano, along with her senior sister Ilonka, preserve her youngest sister, Irene, never had a arrangement in music.

Singing arrangement

This section needs additional citations for verification. Please aid better this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced matter may be challenged and removed. (February 2018) (Learn how and when to displace this template communication)

Veres began her arrangement as a singer in 1963 with the guitar band Les Mysteres. In 1964 the band recorded an EP (GTB-label, 10 copies one) with Veres singing on margin 1: Summertime (solo) and Someone (a duet). In 2010 the EP was re-released by register club Platenclub Utrecht (PLUT 009). In 1965, she sang with the Bumble Bees, and then with the Blue Fighters, Danny and his Favourites and General Four. Later in 1966 she sang with the Motowns with whom she also played organ.

In 1968, she was invited to join Shocking Blue to recur conduct singer Fred de Wilde who had to join the troops. In 1969/1970 Shocking Blue gained worldwide announce with the smite one "Venus". The month of their arrival in the United States gossip columnist Earl Wilson referred to Veres as a 'beautiful busty girl.'

When Shocking Blue divide up on 1 June 1974, Veres continued in a solo arrangement until the band was reunited in 1984. This comeback turned eviscerate to be lucky, preserve one of the other first members, Robbie van Leeuwen, stepped back from the cluster, somewhat due he had moved to Luxembourg preserve also due to the achievement of Bananarama's conceal of "Venus".

Veres started the jazz cluster The Shocking Jazz Quintet in 1993, and recorded an album (Shocking You) with pop songs from the 1960s and 1970s, now in a jazz rendering. From 1993 to 2006 she performed in besides another reincarnation of Shocking Blue (recorded the songs "Body and Soul" and "Angel", twain produced by precedent limb Robbie van Leeuwen), and also recorded an album with Andrei Serban in 2003, named Gipsy Heart, going back to her Romani roots.

A rendering of "Venus" was posthumously released in 2007, a brief months behind her departure, recorded with pianist/bandleader Dolf de Vries (on the album Another Touch). Veres recorded "Venus" four times: with Shocking Blue (1969), with the Mariska Veres Shocking Jazz Quintet (1993), with Formula Diablos (in English/Spanish, 1997), and with Dolf de Vries (a lounge rendering of "Venus", 2005-06).

Discography

Veres in 1970 at the Hilton Amsterdam, having been presented with gold and platinum records by Albert Mol

Solo singles

1975 "Take Me High/I Am Loving You" (Pink Elephant, Polydor, Decca) 1976 "Tell It Like It Is/Wait Till' I Get Back To You" (Pink Elephant, Polydor) 1976 "Loving you/You Showed Me How" (Pink Elephant) 1977 "Little By Little/Help The Country" (Pink Elephant) 1978 "Too Young/You Don't Have To Know" (Seramble) 1978 "Bye Bye To Romance/It's A Long Hard Road" (CNR) 1980 "Looking eviscerate for number one/So Sad Without You" (CNR) 1982 "Wake Up City/In The Name Of Love" (EMI Records)

Albums

1993 Shocking You (Red Bullet) An Album by Mariska Veres Shocking Jazz Quintet 2003 Gipsy Heart (Red Bullet) An Album by Mariska Veres & Ensemble Andrei Serban

Death

Mariska Veres died of gall bladder cancer on 2 December 2006, aged 59, exact three weeks behind the complaint was discovered.

She had a protracted-limit relationship with guitarist André van Geldorp, preserve never married or had children. Reminiscing to the Belgian magazine Flair, she remarked almost her early announce, "I was exact a painted assume (back in those days), nobody could always extend me. Nowadays, I am more unclose to nation."


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