Musical evolution was in the air at the end of the '60s, as groups adapted to survive in an ever-changing rock landscape. Such was the case with After Tea, who shed the colourful petals of their flower-pop past to re-emerge as a solid progressive blues rock outfit with their outstanding 1970 album, 'Joint House Blues'. Finally this overlooked album sees its first official reissue on 180 gram audiophile vinyl, dynamically remastered from the original master tapes. The LP will be released in a gatefold sleeve featuring the (restored) spectacular original artwork on the exterior, plus archival photos and liner notes by Mike Stax on the inside. After Tea was formed in 1967 when four members of the Tee-Set split from singer Peter Tetterroo to start a new band. By 1969 they'd evolved into a powerful underground blues rock outfit featuring lead singer and bassist Polle Eduard (who was interviewed for the liner notes), guitarist Ferry Lever, Ulli Grun on the churning Hammond B3 and Ilja Gort on drums. Exclusively restored dynamic 24 bit remastering from the original master tapes. LP pressed on high quality 180 gram-audiophile vinyl. Original restored artwork. Deluxe 350 gram carton gatefold sleeve.