Go Nutz

Artist Herman Brood & His Wild Romance
Title Go Nutz
Release Date Saturday, July 17, 2021
Genre Rock > Rock > Blues Rock
Copyright © Ariola

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Go Nutz, the third studio album by Dutch rock n roll and blues actHerman Brood

Go Nutz is the third studio album by Dutch rock and roll and blues group Herman Brood & His Wild Romance. Three singles came from the album, "Love You Like I Love Myself," "Hot Shot," and "I Don't Need You," all of which charted in the Netherlands. On the Dutch album chart, the album reached #6 on 8 March 1980, and stayed on the chart for nine weeks.

Go Nutz was re-released on CD in 1996 by Sony BMG/Ariola.

Go Nutz, recorded in the United States, was supposed to follow up on the American success of the single "Saturday Night" (from Shpritsz) and a compilation called Herman Brood & His Wild Romance, made specifically for the American market. The Dutch market was ripe for another Brood album, since the single "Never be Clever" had reached #10 in the Dutch singles chart on 16 June 1979. However, the recording sessions were a disaster; the American producers replaced the rest of the band with session musicians, resulting in a disappointing album and the disbanding of the hitherto successful quartet of Brood, Lademacher, Cavalli, and Meerman. The album produced three charting singles in the Netherlands, but failed to chart in the US.

Herman Brood - piano, keyboards, vocals
Freddy Cavalli - bass
Eric Nelson bass guitar
Charles Francour - vocals
Roger Gordon - drums
Stephen Hines - keyboards
Rick Kellis - saxophone
Craig Krampf - drums
Danny Lademacher - guitar
Darlene Love - vocals
Lenny Macaluso - guitar
Cees Meerman - drums
Rage Porazzo - percussion
Edna Wright - vocals