Alhambra (1996) is an EP by The Tea Party and was used as a bridge between The Edges of Twilight and Transmission albums. It includes four intricately re-worked acoustic songs from The Edges of Twilight and two others; the first a song entitled "Time" with Roy Harper on vocals, the second a remix of "Sister Awake" by Rhys Fulber.
1990 - The Tea Party consisting of Jeff Martin as lead vocals/lead guitar, Stuart Chatwood on bass and keyboards and Jeff Burrows on drums officially forms after a marathon jam session at Cherry Beach Rehearsal Studios on Toronto's waterfront. 1991 - The Tea Party release their first album independently. The self-titled debut was mainly distributed throughout Ontario and all 3500 original pressings sold out within a year. After this release, they were signed to Chrysalis and sold over a million copies of their official 1st release Splendor Solis, their most successful album to date.
Tea Party may also refer to: Tea Party movement, an American political movement launched in 2009. Tea Party (play), a play written by Harold Pinter, adapted from his own 1963 short story of the same title. Tea Party" (song), a song by Estonian recording artist Kerli from the album Almost Alice. The Tea Party, a Canadian rock band. The Tea Party (album), a 1991 album by the band. Transmission (The Tea Party album). Transmission is the fourth album recorded by the Canadian band The Tea Party, released in 1997. The band expanded on the mix of rock, blues and world music found in their.
Your tickets to the Alhambra and Generlife of Granada. Ticket sale, guided tours and tourist information of the Alhambra. In addition to your visit to the Alhambra and the Generalife you can do other activities rooted in the culture of the Granadian city. A tablao flamenco is a place where flamenco shows take place. Heiress of the old café singer from the 1960s, they are local with an intimate and concentrated atmosphere.
The Tea Party released their eponymous debut album in 1991, distributing it through their own label Eternal Discs. The album drew influences from psychedelic rock and blues, and was produced by Martin; album production was something Martin would continue with for all of The Tea Party's albums, as a way of giving the band complete artistic control. In 1993 The Tea Party signed to EMI Music Canada and released their first major label recording, Splendor Solis. And we're never going away again. In December of that year, during a show at the Métropolis in Montreal, the band announced that they would hopefully record a new album in 2012 and that there would be no more break up; Martin confirmed earlier implications by stating that "The Tea Party is back for good".
The Tea Party - The Messenger 03:32. The Tea Party - Heaven Coming Down 04:01. The Tea Party - Waiting On A Sign 04:19. The Tea Party - Lifeline 04:26. The Tea Party - Psychopomp 05:15. The Tea Party - Paint It Black 03:34. The Tea Party - Babylon 02:49. The Tea Party - Save Me 06:36. The Tea Party - The River 05:43. The Tea Party - The Bazaar 03:42. The Tea Party - Temptation 03:25. The Tea Party - Sister Awake 05:43. The Tea Party - Fire In The Head 05:06. The Tea Party - Walking Wounded 04:37. The Tea Party - Release 04:04.
|1||The Grand Bazaar||3:57|
|2||Inanna (Acoustic Version)||3:19|
|3||Silence (Acoustic Version)||3:56|
|4||Turn The Lamp Down (Acoustic Version)||4:59|
Vocals, Written-By – Roy HarperWritten-By – Jeff Martin
|6||Sister Awake (Remix)
Backing Vocals – Susann RichterMixed By – Greg ReelyProgrammed By [Keyboard], Remix – Rhys Fulber
|7243-837240-0-0||The Tea Party||Alhambra (CD, EP, Enh)||EMI Music Canada||7243-837240-0-0||Canada||1996|
|7243-837240-0-0||The Tea Party||Alhambra (CD, EP, Enh)||EMI Music Canada||7243-837240-0-0||Australasia||1996|