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Third Ear Band is the second album by the Third Ear Band. 1. Air 2. Earth 3. Fire 4. Water.
Third Ear Band biography THIRD EAR BAND originated from Canterbury and started out as a psychedelic band called THE GIANT SUN TROLLEY gaining residency i. .
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Album Name Third Ear Band. Released date June 1970. Labels Harvest Records. Music StyleExperimental Rock. Members owning this album0.
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.
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Their self-titled, second album is probably their definitive statement, consisting of four lengthy tracks devoted to the primary elements ("Air," "Earth, " "Fire, " "Water"). The feeling is one of improvised (though well-conceived) pieces that build up from initial drones to multi-layered ragas built around the same initial patterns.
The Third Ear Band were one of the most challenging and distinctive bands to emerge from the UK underground music scene in the late 1960's. Championed by DJ John Peel, their music is characterised by improvised and sometimes atonal improvisations on tabla, oboe, violin and cello. The band was formed from the ashes of the psychedelic group Hydrogen Jukebox in 1968 by Glen Sweeney (tabla/percussion).
Alchemy (1969), Third Ear Band (1970), Music From Macbeth (1972) ~. Although they were loosely affiliated with the British progressive rock scene of the late '60s and early '70s, Third Ear Band was in some ways more of an experimental ensemble performing contemporary compositional work. For one thing, they didn't use electric instruments, or even guitars, instead employing violin, viola, oboe, cello, and hand percussion.