The Tea Party – Psychopomp – Politics Informer Video

The Tea Party - Psychopomp

“HD”: youtube.com “The music video was shot live in the MuchMusic CHUM-City Building in Toronto, before and during their Intimate & Interactive performance in May 1998. “Psychopomp” is a reworking of a composition called “Something More” that Jeff Burrows and Jeff Martin wrote as teenagers.” (Wikipedia) Psychopomp-Video of the show (Intimate & Interactive) “only”: www.youtube.com
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  1. Had the cassette for edges of twilight, listened to it walking to Jr High almost every day, played it so much that I had to replace the cassette twice. Transmission was one of the first CD’s I bought and I remember how excited I was at the prospect of never having to replace it, no matter how many times I listened to it. These kids will never understand.

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  2. Where can I get this track so I can listen to it on repeat, all day, every day and night, like I have been doing with the album version of this song for two years?

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  3. That was unreal, love the musicality of it and the dynamics are awesome. I know it’s been overstated but I just see Jim when I look at him, but hey if that get’s people in the door, great! Because they can then discover his awesome voice set to an epic musical landscape which far surpasses anything at the top end of the charts these days, but I guess that’s not too hard is it?

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  4. This band is amazing. I have seen so many live shows of all types of music for years and years and seeing The Tea Party headline Edgefest 98 (or 99 maybe) in Van was one amazing show. Nothing can really touch it. This song in particular..it built up layer after layer into this immense wall of crystal clear sound and when I looked around me, 40,000 ppl were completely dumbfounded, slack jaw gawking. Unreal.

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  5. How delicious is Jeff Martin’s baritone voice from Canadian band The Tea Party. His voice reminds me a lot of the gorgeous low tones that Jim Morrison of the Doors especially thinking of vocals in Riders On the Storm. Love it!! My baritone singing students LOVE this singer!

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  6. Man, I never heard of the Tea Party until I came to Canada 10 years ago and as soon as I heard them I felt like I found something that’s been missing my whole life. They are still one of my favourite acts of all time, their music is on another level, beyond description. I saw them live only once at Toronto Rocks, one of the best shows I’ve been to

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