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After Tea

Years: 1967 - 1971
Styles: Blues Rock, Progressive Rock, Psychedelic Rock


Hans van Eijck - Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals (in band: 1967 - 1968)
Polle Eduard - Bass Guitar, Keyboards, Organ, Vocals (in band: Aug, 1967 - Aug, 1971; 1975)
Ray Fenwick - Guitar, Vocals (in band: Aug, 1967 - Dec, 1967)
Martin Hage - Drums (in band: Aug, 1967 - Jul, 1969)


Pierre van der Linden - Drums (in band: 1969)
Ulli Grün - Keyboards (in band: Aug, 1969 - Aug, 1971)
Ilja Gort - Drums (in band: Aug, 1969 - Aug, 1971; 1975)
Ferry Lever - Guitar (in band: Jan, 1968 - 1971; 1975)

Biography Picture

      After Tea was founded in 1967 by Hans van Eyck and Polle Eduard, both ex-members of the Tee-Set.

   The group produced three moderate hits in 1967-1968: "Not Just A Flower In Your Hair", "We Will Be There After Tea" and "Snowflakes on Amsterdam".

     The most important composer Hans van Eyck left shortly after the recordings of the first LP, "National Disaster" and subsequently rejoined the Tee Set.

     Martin Hage was next to leave, replaced firstly by Pierre van der Linden (later to Focus, Trace), and later by Ilja Gort. In 1969, German keyboard player Uly Grun joined the group.  In 1971, the group split up.


National Disaster (1968)
After Tea (1969)
Jointhouse Blues (1970)

Singles & EPs

Not Just A Flower In Your Hair (Oct 16, 1967)
We Will Be There After Tea / Lemon Coloured (Dec 18, 1967)
Snowflakes on Amsterdam / The Cotton Blossom Palace Snowboat (Apr 8, 1968)
Peruquine Thomas / Lilly of the Valley (Aug 19, 1968)
A Little Bit Today, A Little Bit Tomorrow / Blues Ride (Jun 16, 1969)
Sunshine Eyes / Jointhouse Blues (Nov, 1969)
Please Come My Love / Think (May, 1970)
Sun / Someday (Aug, 1970)
Joint House Blues/ I'm Here And Nowhere Else (1970)
Lovesong to Mother Nature / Fame (Feb, 1971)
I'm Here / Let's Come All Together (Mar, 1971)

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