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Wednesday, September 25, 2013

After Tea 1970 Jointhouse Blues

Genre: Progressive Rock
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:50:18
Size: 115,03 MB


This outstanding album has long bluesy numbers, and high quality improvisations. As well as heavy numbers like Joint House Blues, there are also softer songs.

This legendary band were originally formed in 1967 by members of Dutch pop act The Tee Set, as well as future Spencer Davis Group guitarist Ray Fenwick. By 1970 they had undergone numerous changes in their line-up and musical approach, as well as hassles relating to a dope bust, and this lost classic stands in stark contrast to their earlier hits. A gritty collection of tough blues-rock workouts, it’s sure to please fans of early 70s hard rockers such as Led Zeppelin, Free, Savoy Brown and Leaf Hound. (


01 - Jointhouse Blues 04:06

02 - You've Got To Move Me 05:26

03 - I'm Here 03:42

04 - Someday 05:45

05 - Let's Come All Together 06:00

06 - Trial, Punishment, The End 25:19

After Tea here:



1 comment:

greenlight said...

Great album....Many thanks Mile

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