Only for completionists (0%). Only three tracks in this Radio Bremen session, dating from Sept 70, all three apparently in a different decorum showing all the studio trickery of the German television of the era. The opening 6-mins In D is obviously an evolution of the Raga In D, reworked for the band's present line-up and provides a slight trance and features Bridges' guitar answering Minns' oboe.
Filmed on the 11th September 1970. com Distributed and marketed by Gonzo Multimedia Group.
The Lost Broadcasts are a series of DVDs featuring performances that have rarely been seen since the original transmission on German television, in some cases more than forty years ago. Some of the artists featured within the series are legendary and these Lost performances will be a fine addition to any music fans collection. The series covers a number of styles and genres however all of the performances are of a high calibre Third Ear Band was an experimental music group founded in London by Glen Sweeney in 1968
On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Jazz music Rock music Folk, World, & Country music. Released at: This album was released on the label Gonzo Multimedia (catalog number HST069DVD). This album was released in 2011 year.
Third Ear Band was the second album by the Third Ear Band, released in 1970. It consists of four improvised pieces, "Air", "Earth", "Fire", and "Water", and is therefore sometimes known as "Elements". All compositions by Coff, Minns, Smith, and Sweeney. Glen Sweeney – percussion. Ursula Smith – cello. Richard Coff – violin and viola.
Here we have the infamous, crazy Third Ear Band in September 1970 from their appearance on Germany's famed TV program "Beat Club". Three pieces were filmed on the 11th of September including the unreleased ‘Hyde Park’. The other two tracks were ‘David Grocking’ and ‘In D’, which is thought to be ‘Raga in D’. ‘Druid Grocking’ was played during a John Peel Top Gear session in the summer of 1969 and is an extended workout of the song ‘Druid One’ from the ‘Alchemy’ album. In D’ is a piece originally recorded at the sessions for the debut album ‘Alchemy’.
Many of the artistes featured or appearing in the groups presented in the series are now legends and these lost performances will be a fine addition to any music fans collection. The notes of John Kirkman inset give the viewer the history and context of the performers recording in these vintage archive sessions. The series covers a number of styles and genres
|1||In D [11 Sept 1970]||Third Ear Band|
|2||Hyde Park [11 Sept 1970]||Third Ear Band|
|3||Druid Grocking [11 Sept 1970]||Third Ear Band|
|4||Hyde Park [26 Sept 1970]||Third Ear Band|
Performer: Third Ear Band
Title: The Lost Broadcasts
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