Repressing. The Third Ear Band first arrived on the scene in the mid-'60s as part of the whole underground movement. They were an experimental band using violins, oboe, cello, viola, and hand percussion instruments. They didn't play songs as such, but created extended instrumental pieces somewhat in the manner of some of Terry Riley's work, best described as Electric Acid Raga. The band reformed in the late '80s, still led by Glen Sweeney. This album was originally released in 2005.
Repressing. The Third Ear Band first arrived on the scene in the mid-'60s as part of the whole underground movement. They were an experimental band using violins, oboe, cello, viola, and hand percussion instruments. They didn't play songs as such, but created extended instrumental pieces somewhat in the manner of some of Terry Riley's work, best described as Electric Acid Raga. The band reformed in the late '80s, still led by Glen Sweeney. This album was originally released in 2005.
604388112524

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Format: CD
Label: BLUEPRINT UK
Catalog: BP283CD
Rel. Date: 01/01/2003
UPC: 604388112524

Songs From The Jukebox [Import]
Artist: Third Ear Band
Format: CD
New: Available 15.99
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DISC: 1

1. Kingdom of the Brave
2. Life Is an Art
3. Chrysalis the Man
4. Abrakadabra
5. Behind the Pyramids
6. Prophecies
7. Dances with Dolphins
8. Water into Wine
9. To Be Continued

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Repressing. The Third Ear Band first arrived on the scene in the mid-'60s as part of the whole underground movement. They were an experimental band using violins, oboe, cello, viola, and hand percussion instruments. They didn't play songs as such, but created extended instrumental pieces somewhat in the manner of some of Terry Riley's work, best described as Electric Acid Raga. The band reformed in the late '80s, still led by Glen Sweeney. This album was originally released in 2005.