Promo CD Single, CDPRO 1125, Canada
|Single by The Tea Party|
|from the album The Edges of Twilight|
|Recorded||A&M Studios (Los Angeles)|
|Label||EMI Music Canada|
|Writer(s)||The Tea Party|
|Producer(s)||Jeff Martin and Ed Stasium|
|The Tea Party singles chronology|
"The Bazaar" is a song by Canadian rock band The Tea Party. It was released as a promotional single in Australia, Canada, the Netherlands and the USA. The music video was shot in Istanbul, and its Grand Bazaar. An acoustic version was recorded also and released on Alhambra as "The Grand Bazaar".
"The Bazaar" is a standard three-piece rock song with an introduction composed of harmonium and goblet drums. Jeff Burrows described the song as fusing "the exotic with heavier rock side of the band better than any other song".
- "The Bazaar"
- the edges of twilight era The Tea Party a visual discography (Internet Archive copy)Accessed 16 April 2007
- Assari, Ali; T.M. Mahesh (December 2011). "COMPARATIVE SUSTAINABILITY OF BAZAAR IN IRANIAN TRADITIONAL CITIES: CASE STUDIES IN ISFAHAN AND TABRIZ" (PDF). International Journal on Technical and Physical Problems of Engineering 3 (9): 18–24. Retrieved 7 January 2013.
- Jeff Burrows, In Tangents The Tea Party Collection 2000, CD, EMI Music Canada, Mississauga.
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