Maywood (duo)

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Maywood
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Maywood in 1981
Background information
Past members
  • Alice May
  • Caren Wood

Maywood was a Dutch singing duo consisting of the de Vries sisters. Their best known songs are "Rio", "Late at night" and "Give me back my love". They represented the Netherlands in the 1990 Eurovision Song Contest (Zagreb) with the song "Ik wil alles met je delen" (I Want to Share Everything With You), which finished in fifteenth place. The group split up in 1995,[1] but re-formed for a series of concerts in October 2013.[2]

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

1980 - Maywood
1981 - Different Worlds
1982 - Colour My Rainbow
1982 - Cantado En Español
1983 - Het beste van Maywood
1987 - Beside You
1990 - Achter De Horizon
1991 - 6 Of The Thirties
1991 - Walking Back To Happiness
1992 - De Hits Van Maywood
1994 - More Maywood
1996 - Good For Gold
2006 - Box Set 4 CD Collection (only Netherlands)

Singles[edit]

1978 - "Since I Met You"
1979 - "You Treated Me Wrong"
1980 - "Mother How are You Today"
1980 - "Give Me Back My Love"
1980 - "Late At Night"
1980 - "Mutter" (only in Germany)
1980 - "Lichtermeer" (only in Germany)
1981 - "Pasadena"
1981 - "Distant Love"
1981 - "Rio"
1981 - "Mano"
1982 - "Get Away"
1982 - "Star"
1982 - "Colour My Rainbow" (only in Germany)
1982 - "I Believe in Love"
1983 - "Ask for Tina"
1983 - "Show Me the Way To Paradise"
1984 - "Late At Night"
1984 - "Standing In The Twilight"
1985 - "It Takes A Lifetime"
1985 - "Lonely Nights"
1986 - "When I Look Into Your Eyes"
1987 - "Help The Children Of Brazil"
1987 - "If You Need A Friend"
1987 - "Break Away"
1989 - "Kom In Mijn Armen"
1989 - "Hey Hey Hey"
1990 - "Ik Wil Alles Met Je Delen"
1990 - "No More Winds to Guide Me" (only in Germany)
1991 - "Ik Blijf Naar Jou Verlangen"
1992 - "Stupid Cupid"
1993 - "You And I"
1993 - "Give Me Something"
1993 - "Blue Sunday Morning"

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Awards and achievements
Preceded by
Justine Pelmelay
with "Blijf zoals je bent"
Netherlands in the Eurovision Song Contest
1990
Succeeded by
Humphrey Campbell
with "Wijs me de weg"
No representation in 1991