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Joint House Blues

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  • Audio CD (21 Jan 2013)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Pseudonym
  • ASIN: B00A1B78CQ
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 172,002 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Sergio Rodrigues on 13 Sep 2014
Format: Audio CD
Excellent Dutch band! Wonder Sound
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Heavy Blues Psych Rock 7 Aug 2005
By Blabberless - Published on
After Tea were a late 60s Dutch band formed from members of the Tee Set who wanted to stretch out with some heaviness they weren't afforded in their previous band. From 1970 originally, this album was one of only two they recorded, and has plenty of long screaming guitar heavy bluesy and early progressive influenced tracks.
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After Tea - 'Jointhouse Blues' (Axis) 10 Nov 2012
By Mike Reed - Published on
Originally released in 1970, as this looks to be the Dutch flower-power band's second proper record - their first was self-titled and came out a year earlier but unfortunately I couldn't find it anywhere. Believe there are like at least two compilations out that I was able to find. Tracks that I simply could not get enough of were the incredible title cut opener "Jointhouse Blues", the rocking "You've Got To Move Me", "Let's All Come Together" and their twenty-five minute epic "Trial / Punishment / The End" which is worth the price of admission alone. Was this last cut on the initial album - or is it maybe an added bonus song? Either way, 'Jointhouse Blues' is an absolute must-have. Line-up: Ferry Lever - guitar, Recommended for fans of Yesterday's Children, The Move, Fire, Outsiders (Dutch band, I'm referring to of course), Q65 and possibly Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mich And Tich.
By Edward J. mccarthy Jr. - Published on
Format: Audio CD
this was the third and last record made by hollands after tea in 1970, please this review is for the same title but not this uk edition from 2010 my copy is a dutch press digi pack cd on the great pseudonym label and this great remastered copy also includes 7 great bonus tracks plus a small booklet so look for THIS COPY( from 2012) if that stuff is important to you. anyway this record produced some great music 45 years back with a very heavy bluesy sound as i said in a previous review of the after tea dutch box set this band in 1970 reminds me of uk outfits of this time like juicy lucy so if that powerful heavy hard rock with a bluesy twist is your thing then you will love this record , some of the tracks on here actually remind me of the very first UFO RECORD FROM 1970 CALLED UFO 1, it would strongly appear as if this band was checking into a lot of what was going on in the uk at this time and wanted to go for a more heavy sound and they did this very well, holland was booming with killer bands of all genres at this time and you also get a bit of psyche and off the wall guitar playing very hard rock style, this was by far NOT A POP record at all and the hammond organ is well incorporated here in the sound, i cant say enough about this awesome dutch band, these guys where certainly one of the best, with so so many great releases out of holland by this label the past 10 to 15 years you would think for the cd format the golden earring catlog would get a proper re issue yet i have been waiting for the right golden earring catlog to come to cd for about 2 decades now and so far so not, i hope it happens as it would be nice to have there stuff in lp replica style sleeves, anyway for now after tea has been done and this is the best one out of the 3 after tea records available on cd as this one is crammed with 7 great live bonus tracks................
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