The Tea Party (album)

The Tea Party (1991) is the first album by the Canadian rock group The Tea Party. It was originally recorded as a demo which the band submitted to several record companies. However, the trio was not signed to any recording contract and decided to release the album independently.[citation needed] The album production is relatively lo-fi and the band re-recorded several of the songs for their major label follow-up Splendor Solis. Only 3,500 copies of the album were made, some of which were cassettes, making the recording collectible to fans.

The Tea Party
Studio album by
ReleasedJune 1991
GenreRock
Length62:51
LabelEternal Discs
ProducerJeff Martin
The Tea Party chronology
The Tea Party
(1991)
Splendor Solis
(1993)

Track listingEdit

  1. "Let Me Show You the Door" – 3:22
  2. "Midsummer Day" – 5:48
  3. "Little Miss Heaven" – 3:18
  4. "Winter Solstice" – 2:48
  5. "Save Me" – 8:18
  6. "Sun Is Going down" – 5:17
  7. "Watching What the Rain Blows in" – 5:45
  8. "Fallen Angel" – 4:52
  9. "Dreams of Reason" – 7:40
  10. "Goodman Rag" – 3:57
  11. "All My Charms" – 5:50
  12. "Baby What You Trying to Do" – 5:56

SinglesEdit

No singles were released from this recording although a video was filmed for "Let Me Show You the Door".

CreditsEdit

The Tea PartyEdit

  • Jeff Burrows - drums and percussion
  • Stuart Chatwood - bass guitars, executive producer
  • Jeff Martin - guitars, vocals, producer

OthersEdit

  • Jeff Robillard - art direction
  • Michael Green - cover art