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The Tea Party

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I Tea Party sono una rock band canadese con influenze blues e progressive rock, musica indiana e mediorientale, conosciuta come musica Moroccon roll dai media. La band attiva dal 1990 al 2005, anno in cui si sciolse, pubblicò otto album con la EMI Music Canada, vendendo 1,6 milioni di dischi in tutto il mondo e realizzando il primo singolo canadese Heaven Coming down nel 1999.

La band fece ben 21 tour in Canada e 12 in Australia. Nel novembre del 2002 i Tea Party portarono in tutto il Canada un tour speciale suonando con un’orchestra sinfonica e reinterpretando la produzione dei loro ultimi dieci anni di musica d’autore. Il gruppo si sciolse nel 2005, ma si riunì nel 2011 per alcune date del tour estivo canadese. Durante i concerti i componenti del gruppo decisero di riprendere la collaborazione, che dura fino ad oggi.

Primi anni (1990-1995)

I Tea Party si formarono nel 1990 con Jeff Martin, Stuart Chatwood e Jeff Burrows dopo una jam session al Cherry Beach Studios Rehearsal di Toronto. Ogni membro aveva avuto, in età adolescenziale, la possibilità di suonare con diverse band a Windsor, Ontario, di dove sono originari. Decisero di chiamarsi TheTea Party in onore della famosa Beat Generation dei poeti americani Allen Ginsberg, Jack Kerouac e William Borroughs.

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  • Sanity_Theorist

    Decided to listen to the title track from Ocean at the End, suspecting it'd be the most progressive...I don't know what 'it' is, but they just don't have what made their middle period albums interesting anymore. The Armada and Jeff martin's solo material rock, so I don't know what it is that's so lacking about what I've heard from the new album.

    7 Nov 18:11 Rispondi
  • tribeonlinefr

    Review "The Ocean At The End": http://www.tribe-online.de/music/musik-reviews/the-tea-party-the-ocean-at-the-end/

    23 Set 18:35 Rispondi
  • Sanity_Theorist

    @Kemendil I consider them progressive because of the wide range of genres they fuse...it's closer to the more traditional term progressive rock than nowadays. Most progressive rock lacks aggressive parts for dynamics that The Tea party have, but beyond that, I think all the eastern ethnic folk influence makes them pretty damn progressive, even if they play entirely in 4/4. They go between instruments quite a bit as well on songs like Sister Awake.

    19 Set 16:54 Rispondi
  • HerrWolfenstein

    so geil....

    12 Set 22:05 Rispondi
  • Hien-divided

    Submission is sooooo Numan-ish. Great album! Classy 'come-back'.

    12 Set 11:14 Rispondi
  • OctavioJP

    new album = my top 5 of 2014

    12 Set 3:16 Rispondi
  • Firmar

    After all this time they didn't forget how to record 7+ min tracks.

    12 Set 1:57 Rispondi
  • CannedMango

    Giving the album its 3rd listen through right now... it's definitely growing on me! I think an album generally takes about 5-7 listens before you can properly review it, but so far it seems solid. So glad to have the boys back!

    9 Set 1:26 Rispondi
  • Kemendil

    Why does the word prog appear so often in relation to The Tea Party? They are a lot closer to bands like Led Zeppelin and The Doors than to Pink Floyd and Genesis, for example. Just because they are more diverse and not as cheesy as the average rock band, doesn't mean they are progressive rock. (For the record, I don't like prog very much, but I love The Tea Party.) Anyway, I'm now listening to the new album and it's good. I can't say much more yet, but I think it was worth the long wait. I am on Submission right now and the Gary Numan vs The Tea Party vibe I get is awesome.

    7 Set 21:32 Rispondi
  • nelin9

    so excited for the new album.

    6 Set 18:26 Rispondi
  • madr0x

    Just listening to the new album on spotify, How have I not heard this band before?

    5 Set 23:51 Rispondi
  • grandbazaar

    Just listened to the album in streaming and it's very satisfying (Only works if you're in Canada) http://www.tsn.ca/bardown/Story.aspx?Stream%2BThe%2BTea%2BParty%27s%2BFirst%2BNew%2BAlbum%2BIn%2B10%2BYears%2B&id=460900!

    3 Set 22:42 Rispondi
  • rustco

    So under rated. So under rated. So under rated. So under rated. So under rated. So under rated. So under rated. So under rated. So under rated. So under rated. So under rated. So under rated. So under rated. So under rated. So under rated. So under rated. So under rated. So under rated.

    3 Set 0:49 Rispondi
  • fortheinsider

    STARGAZER, HEAVEN COMING DOWN

    2 Set 18:55 Rispondi
  • CannedMango

    New Tea Party Single... the Black Sea: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8XbZWnt717s

    19 Ago 22:23 Rispondi
  • Sanity_Theorist

    Highly disappointed in the new single, I like their more progressive/ethnic side vastly more...just kinda bland outside of the lyrics.

    16 Lug 4:18 Rispondi
  • CannedMango

    ...or now... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SBFqgBRZDro

    23 Giu 21:53 Rispondi
  • CannedMango

    New single coming out tomorrow! (June 24), called "Water's on Fire".

    23 Giu 21:52 Rispondi
  • Nextdoorscream

    New album called "The Ocean At The End" will be finally released this fall! Furthermore, the epic title song features guest appearance of Ian Anderson on flute!

    1 Giu 17:20 Rispondi
  • Sanity_Theorist

    Jeff Martin is inspiring for me...some of the best ethnic progressive rock I've ever heard

    24 Apr 21:32 Rispondi
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