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Bok van blerk album

Van De La Rey Tot Nou – Bok van Blerk is terug met splinternuwe album. Daar is geen keer aan Bok van Blerk nie. Indien jy gedink het Bok kan nie op sy onlangse CD verbeter nie, verras hy met 'n hele album vol nuwe materiaal. Boonop is daar ook 'n lekker-kuier DVD met lewendige optredes oppad. 'n Meer gepaste. Lenteblomme. Bok Van Blerk · 68 Chevy. Bok Van Blerk · De La Rey. Bok Van Blerk · So Waai die Wind. Bok Van Blerk · My Kreet. Bok Van Blerk · Vodka en OJ. Bok Van Blerk · Jy Praat Nog Steeds My Taal. Bok Van Blerk · Stuk van Jou. Bok Van Blerk · BMX En Bende. Bok Van Blerk. Popular Bok Van Blerk albums. De la Rey; Praat nog steeds my taal; Vodka en OJ; Hatfield Jol; Die Bok kan blêr; Lenteblomme; So waai die wind; Stuk van jou; Op Walvisbaai; '68 Chevy; Katie; Girls in bikinis; Habana! Afrikanerhart Released: Tyd Om Te Trek; Afrikanerhart; Super Schalk; Brandewyn Het Nie Brieke Nie; Jou.

Find a Bok van Blerk - De La Rey first pressing or reissue. Complete your Bok van Blerk collection. Shop Vinyl and CDs. Find a Bok van Blerk - Afrikanerhart first pressing or reissue. Complete your Bok van Blerk collection. Shop Vinyl and CDs. South African singer/songwriter/guitarist, born March Raised in Pretoria , he spent some time playing rugby in the Netherlands and was due to follow in his father's construction work footsteps before he took to music professionally. Snapped up by Mozi Records, debut album "Jy Praat Nog Steeds My Taal" was.

Listen to music from Bok van Blerk. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Bok van Blerk. Listen to music from Bok van Blerk like Afrikanerhart, Jy praat nog steeds my taal & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Bok van Blerk. Bok van Blerk, born Louis Pepler March 30, , is a South African musician who sings in Afrikaans. He became famous in for his rendition of "De la Rey" by Sean . 2 Jan Snapped up by Mozi Records, debut album "Jy Praat Nog Steeds My Taal" was released in March under the monicker of "Bok van Blerk en die Mossies". It included the successful and patriotic single "De la Rey" (named after a Boer War general), leading to some controversy and a re-titled re-issue.

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