Global Warning​/​The Good Earth

by The Treat

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Earth 02:20
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Morning 00:45
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Water 02:52
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Fire 01:53
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This Heat 02:52
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Afternoon 01:28
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Bare Trees 01:12
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Flowers 03:48
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Air 00:59
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Evening 01:28
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about

‘Global Warning/The Good Earth’ is THE TREAT’s latest album. With 30 tracks and more than 100 minutes of music, across this double album, it’s their most ambitious work to date.

Classic Rock anchor’s THE TREAT’s often varied sound and can be heard across several epic tracks, such as ‘Global warning’, ‘This Fate Of Nations’ and ‘Summer’s Joy’. The band’s love of Psychedelia continues and is more prominent on this album than ever before. You can hear it particularly on ‘This Season’s Colours’, ‘Flowers’ and ‘In The Clouds’. In amongst the Progressive Rock style lengthy pieces and soloing, there are shorter tracks, some of which have broadened out THE TREAT’s sound to incorporate free jazz, classical guitar, avant-garde and country rock.

As dense and detailed as the arrangements and production are on some tracks, others are deliberately sparse, stripped down acoustic folk songs, illustrating that THE TREAT are continuing to progress with each new release, for your listening pleasure.

credits

released September 20, 2019

Mike Hyder - Lead and Backing Vocals, Monk Chanting Vocals,
6 and 12 string Acoustic Guitars, 6 and 12 string Electric Guitars, Semi-Acoustic Guitar, Classical Guitar, Dobro Slide Guitar, Guitar Sitar, Piano (on ‘This Season’s Colours’), Harpsichord (on ‘Flowers’), Tambourine, Claves, Maracas, Cowbell, Handclaps

Dom Lash - Electric Bass, Double Bass, Wurlitzer Piano (on ‘Down In The Flood’)

Dave Hart - Flute, Alto Saxaphone, Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, Penny Whistle, Melodica, Didgeridoo, Dumbek, Tablas, Congas, Glockenspiel, Piano, Hammond Organ, Keyboards, Harpsichord (on ‘Global Warning’), Mongolian throat singing

With

John Halliday - Drums
Flora Curzon - Violin on ‘This Season’s Colours’, ‘In The Clouds’ and ‘This Fate Of Nations’
Lloyd Payne - Trumpet on ‘This Season’s Colours’
Sue Starling - Backing Vocals on ‘Down In The Flood’

All songs written by Mike Hyder except *Dom Lash and **Mike Hyder/Dave Hart

Arranged by The Treat (Arrangements supervised by Mike Hyder)

Produced by Michael Hyder

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The Treat London, UK

One of the best British rock groups to emerge in the 21st Century, THE TREAT take their primary inspiration from the golden period of 60s and 70s rock and popular music, but add their own modern, off kilter twist, for your listening pleasure.

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