Muskee was born in the Wilhelmina Hospital in Assen. Early on, he lived with his mother at his grandmother's place, because his father was captured and transported to Germany. Only after the war – when he was four years old – he saw his father for the first time. The family moved to Rotterdam, but returned to Assen after two years. When he discovered the album Live at Newport by John Lee Hooker, he decided that he also wanted to make this kind of music. In 1961, when Muskee was 20 years old, his mother died, and a year later his grandmother died. Shortly afterwards, Muskee broke through with The Blizzards.
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Tracks Listing: 1. Goin' down - 5:01 2. Too blind to see - 7:45 3. Caddilac Assembly Line - 5:49 4. Shaky Grounds - 8:11 5. I'm in Love - 5:46 6. Brother Booze - 5:10 7. Help me - 7:03 8. Hobo Blues - 9:36 9. Voodoo Daddy - 4:39 10. Window of my eyes '91 - 4:41. The band released the album The Legend (dominated by Smeenk’s funky songs) with an accompanying TV documentary. When in 1984 first Paul Smeenk (who left the music business) and then Hans Lafaille and Lou Leeuw quit, Harry Muskee decided to drop the horn section and get in new musicians.