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Cornelis (Kees) Pan (Spaarndam7 March 1889 – Amsterdam28 March 1957) was a Dutch comedian and folk singer, who was especially popular during the interwar period. He is best known for: "those who do not sleep" (1921), "the smallest (in the Green Valley, in the silent Valley)" (1926), "I would really like to know who has brought me home?" (1927), "the popular feestmarsch" (and that we cool guys are that we want to know ...) (1929), "two eyes so blue" (1929), "I have a nail in my shoe" (1931), "Oh sergeant, they have stolen my socks" (1939) and "I'm sitting on my pigeons PAL" (1947).

Biography[Edit]Edit

Pamuk was initially greengrocer before he thanks to appearances in cafés and small theatres was a popular revue singer . He made his debut in 1914 as a singer in the theatre of Haarlem. Pamuk was known for his cheerful, airy songs, making him the nickname "the gentleman-humorist" obtained. He was one of the first Dutch singers who often performed on the radio. He could also well drunk people drop, earning him came in handy in comic songs like "Where I live?" (1925) and "I have rented for tonight a Porter" (1935). Despite its graceful reputation took Pan also sometimes serious, committed songs, such as "those who do not sleep" (1921).

After the Second World War he formed along with his son, Jan Pan, a revueduo called "Mr. Yank & Mr. Doodle" that occurred for the Dutch soldiers who were stationed in Dutch East Indies . He died In 1957 after a serious illness.

Chronological discography[Edit]Edit

  • "Oh smooth ring" (1918)
  • "Silver threads among the gold" (1919)
  • "Kids last wish" (1921)
  • "Those who do not sleep" (1921)
  • "Sinocotta" (1923)
  • "Oh Johanna" (1924)
  • "Where I live?" (1925)
  • "How do you do?" (1925)
  • "The woman with the friends" (1925)
  • "A heart of gold" (1925)
  • "A recipe for a good mood" (1925)
  • "My Karel is agent" (1925)
  • "My nephew from America" (1925)
  • "Why you walk me so Jet over?" (1925)
  • "All alone on your own" (1925)
  • "Well today care aside" (1925)
  • "Harvey" (1925)
  • "Radio idiot" (1925)
  • "The smallest (in the Green Valley, in the silent Valley)" (1926)
  • "Two Carters (a cart along the dirt road drove ...)" (1926)
  • "I would really like to know who has brought me home?" (1927)
  • "Aunt Brill, what word you're skinny" (1927)
  • "Ome Ko Has Radio" (1927)
  • "Separated from a salvation soldier, part 1 and 2" (1928)
  • "You should be ashamed aggro" (1928)
  • "Ode to our beer" (1928)
  • "Tabé" (1928)
  • "My Boy" (1928)
  • "Ramona" (1928)
  • "In that coupétjes" (1928)
  • "Constantinople" (1928)
  • "Dear, dear mother" (1928)
  • "Aunt and uncle" (1928)
  • "Back to Purmerend" (1928)
  • "The bum and his dog" (1928)
  • "Have mercy on, Jet" (1929)
  • "Hello, male of the radio" (1929)
  • "To the quiet beach" (1929)
  • "Bimbamboela" (1929)
  • "A Lady's bike and a men's bicycle" (1929)
  • "Ode to the Hollandsche woman" (1929)
  • "The festive March" or "Popular feestmarsch" (1929)
  • "There sounded a lovely Melody" (1929)
  • "For you" (1929)
  • "Two eyes so blue" (1929)
  • "The oldies do it best" (1929)
  • "My wife is traveling" (1929)
  • "The little woman" (1930)parody on the little guy
  • "Hi, here Hilversum (1930)
  • "Ice, ice, ice" (1930)
  • "Dog soldiers" (1930)
  • "In silver sand from the beach at the sea" (1930)
  • "I don't have a car, not even a motorcycle" (1930)
  • "Can I with you the new tango dance?" (1930)
  • "Poor gigolo" (1930)
  • "Between Dam square and Rembrandt square" (1930)
  • "If that Elizabeth" (1931)
  • "Marie has a Hussar" (1931)
  • "I have a nail in my shoe" (1931)
  • "Fine sister from the bus" (1931)
  • "That is the love of sailors" (1931)
  • "The Attic under the roof" (1931)
  • "Auf wiederseh'n, my dear" (1932)
  • "Speak your mothers ' language" (1932)
  • "The woman of the blacksmith there off" (1932)
  • "That was wonderful, but dangerous" (1932)
  • "John Smith is his wife'm lubricated" (1932)
  • "We are just little guys "(1933)
  • "Oh Johanna" (with The Ramblers) (1934)
  • "It is as you say" (1934)
  • "An accident on the street" (1935)
  • "I have rented a Porter for tonight" (1935)
  • "Radio-Cocktail" (1935)
  • "The Lambeth dance" (1938)
  • "Ome Koosje with his motor boat" (1938)
  • "Adieu, my little guard officer" (1939)
  • "Better Tomorrow" (1939)
  • "Oh sergeant, they have stolen my socks" (1939)
  • "The guys at the borders, the troops on the coast" (1939)
  • "We walk through wind and weather" (1940)
  • "Heerenmode" (1940)
  • "Coffee grounds" (1940)
  • "My friend" (1940)
  • "I'm sitting on my pigeons PAL" (1947)
  • "Would you like what I say" (1949)
  • "Our hearts are with the boys" (1949)
  • "Why grow there in Mokum no bananas?" (1949)
  • "Laugh and forget, why should we mourn?" (1953)

Unknown year[Edit]Edit

  • "They hate and minuses each other", with Stella Seemer, Homocord h. 4-66027
  • "On every trip another girl", with Stella Seemer, Homocord h. 4-66029