Maywood was a Dutch singing duo consisting of sisters Aaltje and Doetje de Vries. They each took on a stage name for the project: Alie, a blonde, became "Alice May" and the dark-haired Edith became "Caren Wood". While incorporating a range of styles, the group's sound often resembled that of ABBA.
The duo were active as recording artists between 1978 and 1992, and their best known songs are "Late At Night", "Give Me Back My Love", and "Rio". All but one of their singles were written solely by Alice May, the exception being "Kom In Mijn Armen", a #33 hit from 1989 co-written by May and Aad Klaris. Through 1986, their material was produced and arranged by Pim Koopman; later records were produced by Koopman, Klaris or Ton Scherpenzeel. They represented the Netherlands in the 1990 Eurovision Song Contest with the song "Ik wil alles met je delen", which finished in fifteenth place. The group split up in 1995, but re-formed for a series of concerts in October 2013.
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