Association P.C.
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Association P.C. (which means "Association Pierre Courbois") was a band playing a combination of jazz, rock and avantgarde music, founded in 1969 by Dutchmen Jasper Van't Hof (keyboards) and Pierre Courbois (drums), and German Toto Blanke (guitar). The bassist varied, it was either the Dutch Peter Krijnen or the German Siggi Busch.

Their first album - "Earwax", under the name Association, was released in 1970. It was followed by "Sun Rotation" in 1971 and live "Erna Morena" in 1972, after which Jasper van't Hof left the band to join Jean-Luc Ponty's band. He was replaced by German pianist Joachim Kühn. Their third album "Rock Around The Cock" came out in 1973. The next year, "Mama Kuku", their last album, was released, consisting of live recordings from 1973, featuring the American flautist Jeremy Steig. The band continued to tour until 1975.

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