Tuesday's Children Live




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Published on Jul 21, 2010

Tuesday's Children, 1960's psych pop group, live at the Cambridge Midsummer Pop Festival, 8th June 1969. Tuesday's Children morphed into prog rock band Czar at the beginning of 1970 and released the 'Czar' album in May 1970. At the time that this film was made the group were recording material for the album and had introduced some of the new songs into their set. The music accompanying this video is 'Ritual Fire Dance' which featured an improvised section where Mick Ware played his guitar with the mike stand amongst other things. The other members of Tuesday's Children/Czar are Derrick Gough, drums, Paul Kendrick, bass guitar, and Bob Hodges, keyboards. The Complete Recordings by Tuesday's Children are available on Rev-ola CD REV209, and the Czar album is available on Sunbeam Records SBRCD5040. Cine film and still photos courtesy of Roger Kinsey, video production Bob Hodges. For more information go to www.czar.org.uk.

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    • Tuesday's Children
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    • Strange Light from the East
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