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Album Review

Living in Between, Tea Leaf Green's third studio album and fourth disc overall, begins very much the way its predecessor, Midnight on the Reservoir, left off. The final track on that album was the spacy instrumental "Sleepwalker," which recalled the Grateful Dead's "space" sound collages. "Garden I" begins with much the same feel, but then it abruptly turns into a forceful, if complex rocker, as if the band was making the point that this album is not going to be like its predecessor. And indeed, it is not. A jam band with a self-proclaimed jones for ‘70s rock, Tea Leaf Green launched its recording career with a self-titled CD that was surprisingly song-based and surprisingly tentative, while Midnight on the Reservoir, which followed, went aggressively in the opposite direction, boasting several "songs" that were basically platforms for extended jamming. Maybe the release of a live album, Friday June 6, 2003: Live at Slim's, San Francisco CA, gave the band an outlet for the improvisations, since Living in Between is again more song-based, although it displays a group with a much more confident approach to playing (or at least more confidence in the studio) than Tea Leaf Green. As the title suggest, the band seems to be finding a way to address both its need to come up with strong, distinct compositions and its desire to just let fly as a jam band.


Formed: 1998 in San Francisco, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

San Francisco-based jam band Tea Leaf Green got their start in the relationship between guitarist Josh Clark and drummer Scott Rager, who played in a high-school band together in Arcadia, CA. After graduation, Rager enrolled at San Francisco State College, where he met bassist Ben Chambers. When Clark moved to San Francisco, the three began playing together as a trio. Their first paying gig was attended by Trevor Garrod, a singer/songwriter and keyboard player who had moved to San Francisco looking...
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