THE TEA PARTY SNACK PLATTER
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Harvey Kubernik's Interview with Travis Pike about the recent excitement generated by Travis Pike's Tea Party 1967 recording of "If I Didn't Love You Girl," some history of Travis Pike's Tea Party, who they were, where they came from, and what became of them, and more.
In UGLY THINGS SUMMER 2019 #51, Mike Stax reviewed Travis Pike's Tea Party's original recording of "If I Didn't Love You Girl," reissued by Mousetrap Music, and interviews Travis about its history, the original band members and his projects in development.
For More about Travis Pike's Tea Party, when and how Travis formed it, where and what they played, when they disbanded and what happened next, this 374 page photo illustrated memoir is the most complete single source of information, photos and memorabilia now available.
In the U.K., Andy Pearson's FEAR AND LOATHING FANZINE, long-form interview played a significant role in introducing Travis Pike to an entirely new generation of music fans.
Lenny Helsing's long-form interview, The Travis Pike Story in IT'S PSYCHEDELIC BABY MAGAZINE provided an equally enthusiastic guide to Pike's adventures and misadventures in the sixties music scene, that proved appealing to U.K. garage band music fans.