Third Ear Band - The Lost Broadcasts (1970)
DVD5 | VIDEO_TS | MPEG-2 Video, NTSC 4:3 (720:480), 29.97fps, 6580kbps | DD 2.0, 256kbps | 30 min | 1620Mb
rock | Gonzo Multimedia HST069DVD | rel: 2012 | covers
The Lost Broadcasts are a series of DVDs featuring performances that have rarely been seen since the original transmission on German television, in some cases more than forty years ago. Some of the artists featured within the series are legendary and these “Lost” performances will be a fine addition to any music fans collection. The series covers a number of styles and genres however all of the performances are of a high calibre Third Ear Band was an experimental music group founded in London by Glen Sweeney in 1968. The members had previously been with The Giant Sun Trolley and The People Band. The first album ‘Alchemy’ was released in 1969 and actually featured British radio D.J. John Peel on jaws harp. More famously the band opened for the Rolling Stones at their Hyde Park Concert in July 1969. The original line up featured Glen Sweeney, Paul Minns, Richard Coff, Mel Davis and David Tomlin. Except for Glen Sweeney who was a constant with the band, the line up was always considered fluid with members coming and going over the years.