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After Tea

After Tea

After Tea


After Tea is a Dutch pop/rock band from The Netherlands, established in 1967 by Hans van Eijck, Polle Eduard and Engish guitarist, Ray Fenwick. All three of After Tea's founding members previously played in Dordrecht's Tee Set. The founded After Tea following a conflict with Tee Set's management and frontman, Peter Tetteroo. The early years, in which After Tea's jumped onto the 'flower power' bandwagon, were succesful: 'Not Just A Flower In Your Hair' (1967) hit #11 in the Dutch charts, 'We Will Be There. Read more on Last.fm
After Tea is a Dutch pop/rock band from The Netherlands, established in 1967 by Hans van Eijck, Polle Eduard and Engish guitarist, Ray Fenwick. All three of After Tea's founding members previously played in Dordrecht's Tee Set. The founded After Tea following a conflict with Tee Set's management and frontman, Peter Tetteroo. The early years, in which After Tea's jumped onto the 'flower power' bandwagon, were succesful: 'Not Just A Flower In Your Hair' (1967) hit #11 in the Dutch charts, 'We Will Be There... After Tea' (1968) reached #16 and the album National Disaster sold particularly well.

A series of personnel changes, including Fenwick's move to The Spencer Davis Group and Van Eijck's return to Tee Set, marked the end of After Tea's years of chart success. Musicians such as Ferry Lever, Martin Hage, Ulli Grün and Pierre van der Linden enjoyed stints in After Tea. After two more long players (1970's After Tea and 1971's Joint House Blues) the band called it quits, Polle Eduard and Ilja Gort moving on to form the band Drama. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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