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Ten Years After

Ten Years After was a British blues-rock quartet consisting of Alvin Lee (born December 19, 1944, died March 6, 2013), guitar and vocals; Chick Churchill (born January 2, 1949), keyboards; Leo Lyons (born November 30, 1944) bass; and Ric Lee (born October 20, 1945), drums. The group was formed in 1967 and signed to Decca in England. Their first album was not a success, but their second, the live Undead (1968) containing "I'm Going Home," a six-minute blues workout by the fleet-fingered Alvin, hit the charts on both sides of the Atlantic. Stonedhenge (1969) hit the U.K. Top Ten in early 1969. Ten Years After's U.S. breakthrough came as a result of their appearance at Woodstock, at which they played a nine-minute version of "I'm Going Home." Their next album, Ssssh, reached the U.S. Top 20, and Cricklewood Green, containing the hit single "Love Like a Man," reached number four. Watt completed the group's Decca contract, after which they signed with Columbia and moved in a more mainstream pop direction, typified by the gold-selling 1971 album A Space in Time and its Top 40 single "I'd Love to Change the World." Subsequent efforts in that direction were less successful, however, and Ten Years After split up after the release of Positive Vibrations in 1974. They reunited in 1988 for concerts in Europe and recorded their first new album in 15 years, About Time, in 1989 before disbanding once again. In 2001, Ric Lee was preparing the back catalog for re-release when he discovered the Live at the Fillmore East 1970 tapes. He approached Alvin about getting back together to promote the lost album, but Alvin Lee declined. The rest of the band was up for it, though, and together with guitarist Joe Gooch, Ten Years After started touring again. In addition to touring the world, this new incarnation recorded its first new material in about a decade and a half and released Now in 2004 and added the live double CD set Roadworks in 2005. Alvin Lee died on March 6, 2013 at the age of 68 due to complications from a routine surgery. ~ William Ruhlmann
full bio

Selected Discography

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Track List: British Live Performance Series

1. Let's Shake It Up (Live)

2. Good Morning Little Schoolgirl (Live)

3. Slow Blues In C (Live)

4. Hobbit (Live)

5. Love Like A Man (Live)

6. Johnny B. Goode (Live)

7. Bad Blood (Live)

8. Victim Of Circumstance (Live)

9. I Can't Keep From Crying Sometimes (Live)

10. I'm Going Home (Live)

11. Sweet Little Sixteen (Live)

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Track List: The Name Remains The Same (Live)

1. Sugar The Road (Live)

2. One Of These Days (Live)

3. I'm Coming On (Live)

4. Nowhere To Run (Live)

5. Me & My Baby (Live)

6. Standing At The Station (Live)

7. I Say Yeah (Live)

8. Good Morning Little Schoolgirl (Live)

9. Help Me Baby (Live)

10. I'm Going Home (Live)

11. Choo Choo Mama (Live)

12. Love Like A Man, Pt. 1/ Love Jam Two / Love Like A Man, Pt. 2 (Live Medley Track)

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Track List: Stonedhenge (Re-Presents)

Disc 1

1. Going To Try (Mono)

2. I Can't Live Without Lydia (Mono)

3. Woman Trouble (Mono)

4. Skoobly-Oobly-Doobob (Mono)

5. Hear Me Calling (Mono)

6. A Sad Song (Mono)

7. Three Blind Mice (Mono)

8. No Title (Mono)

9. Faro (Mono)

10. Speed Kills (Mono)

11. Going To Try

12. I Can't Live Without Lydia

13. Woman Trouble

14. Skoobly-Oobly-Doobob

15. Hear Me Calling

16. A Sad Song

17. Three Blind Mice

18. No Title

19. Faro

20. Speed Kills

Disc 2

1. Hear Me Calling (Mono / Single Version)

2. Woman Trouble (US Version)

3. Boogie On

4. Rock Your Mama (Live At BBC "Top Gear" Session, London / 1968)

5. Portable People (Live At BBC "Top Gear" Session, London / 1968)

6. I Ain't Seen No Whisky (Live At BBC "Top Gear" Session, London / 1968)

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Track List: Ten Years After (Re-Presents)

Disc 1

1. I Want To Know (Mono)

2. I Can't Keep From Crying Sometimes (Mono)

3. Adventures Of A Young Organ (Mono)

4. Spoonful (Mono)

5. Losing The Dogs (Mono)

6. Feel It For Me (Mono)

7. Love Until I Die (Mono)

8. Don't Want You Woman (Mono)

9. Help Me (Mono)

10. I Want To Know

11. I Can't Keep From Crying Sometimes

12. Adventures Of A Young Organ

13. Spoonful

14. Losing The Dogs

15. Feel It For Me

16. Love Until I Die

17. Don't Want You Woman

18. Help Me

Disc 2

1. Portable People

2. Portable People (Mono / Single Version)

3. The Sounds

4. The Sounds (Mono / Single Version)

5. Rock Your Mama

6. Spider In My Web (Single Version)

7. Hold Me Tight

8. (At The) Woodchopper's Ball

9. Love Until I Die (Live At BBC "Top Gear" Session, London / 1967)

10. Don't Want You Woman (Live At BBC "Top Gear" Session, London / 1967)

11. The Sounds (Live At BBC "Top Gear" Session, London / 1967)

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Track List: Undead (Re-Presents / Live)

Disc 1

1. I May Be Wrong, But I Won't Be Wrong Always

2. (At The) Woodchopper's Ball

3. Spider In My Web

4. Summertime / Shantung Cabbage

5. I'm Going Home

Disc 2

1. Rock Your Mama

2. Spoonful

3. Standing At The Crossroads

4. I Can't Keep From Crying Sometimes / Extension On One Chord

5. Woman Trouble (Live At BBC "Top Gear" , London / 1968)

6. (At The) Woodchopper's Ball (Live At BBC "Top Gear" , London / 1968)

7. No Title Blues (Live At BBC "Top Gear" , London / 1968)

8. I'm Going Home (Live At BBC "Top Gear" , London / 1968)

9. Hear Me Calling (Live At BBC "David Symonds Show" , London / 1968)

10. Woman Trouble (Live At BBC "David Symonds Show" , London / 1968)

11. Standing At The Crossroads (Live At BBC "Top Gear" , London / 1968)

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Track List: Live At Reading '83 (The Friday Rock Show Sessions)

1. Love Like A Man (Live Aug 28 1983)

2. Good Morning Little Schoolgirl (Live Aug 28 1983)

3. Slow Blues In 'C' (Live Aug 28 1983)

4. Suzie Q (Live Aug 28 1983)

5. Hobbit (Live Aug 28 1983)

6. I May Be Wrong But I Won't Be Wrong Always (Live Aug 28 1983)

7. I Can't Keep From Cryin' Sometimes/Extension On One Chord (Live Aug 28 1983)

8. Going Home (Live Aug 28 1983)

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Track List: John Peel Session (23 November 1972)

1. I'm Writing You a Letter (John Peel Session) (23 November 1972)

2. There's a Feeling (John Peel Session) (23 November 1972)

3. Rock & Roll Music to the World (John Peel Session) (23 November 1972)

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Track List: Evolution

1. I Think It's Gonna Rain All Night

2. She Keeps Walking

3. Why'd They Call It Falling

4. She Needed A Rock

5. My Imagination

6. I Never Saw It Coming

7. Slip Slide Away

8. Tail Lights

9. Angry Words

10. That's Alright

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Track List: Essential

1. Rock And Roll Music To The World

2. I'd Love To Change The World

3. I'm Going Home (Live)

4. Choo Choo Mama

5. Tomorrow I'll Be Out Of Town

6. I Woke Up This Morning

7. Me And My Baby

8. Good Morning Little Schoolgirl (Live)

10. 50,000 Miles Beneath My Brain

11. Sweet Little Sixteen

12. I'm Coming On

13. Love Like A Man

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Track List: Now

1. When It All Falls Down

2. A Hundred Miles High

3. Time To Kill

4. I'll Make It Easy For You

5. The Voice Inside Your Head

6. King Of The Blues

7. Long Time Running

8. Reasons Why

9. Changes

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Track List: The Anthology (1967-1971)

Disc 1

1. I Want To Know

2. I Can't Keep From Crying Sometimes

3. Spoonful

4. Help Me

5. Portable People

6. The Sounds

7. Rock Your Mama

8. Spider In My Web (Live)

9. I May Be Wrong, But I Won't Be Wrong Always (Live)

10. Going To Try

11. Woman Trouble

12. Hear Me Calling

13. Boogie On

Disc 2

1. I Woke Up This Morning

2. If You Should Love Me

3. Good Morning Little Schoolgirl

4. I'm Going Home (1969/Live At Woodstock)

5. Me And My Baby

6. Love Like A Man

7. 50,000 Miles Beneath My Brain

8. I'm Coming On

9. My Baby Left Me

10. One Of These Days

11. Here They Come

12. I'd Love To Change The World

13. Let The Sky Fall

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Track List: Live At The Fillmore East

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Track List: Positive Vibrations (Deluxe Version)

1. Nowhere To Run

2. Positive Vibrations

3. Stone Me

4. Without You

5. Goin' Back To Birmingham

6. It's Getting Harder

7. You're Driving Me Crazy

8. Look Into My Life

9. Look Me Straight Into The Eyes

10. I Wanted To Boogie

11. Rock & Roll Music To The World (Live In Frankfurt)

12. Once There Was A Time (Live In Frankfurt)

13. Spoonful (Live In Paris)

14. I'm Going Home (Live In Paris)

15. Standing At The Station (Live In Amsterdam)

16. Sweet Little Sixteen (Live In Atlanta)

17. Positive Vibrations Radio Advert (1974)

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Track List: Recorded Live

Disc 1

1. One of These Days (Live in Frankfurt)

2. You Give Me Loving (Live in Frankfurt)

3. Good Morning Little Schoolgirl (Live in Frankfurt)

4. The Hobbit (Live in Frankfurt)

5. Help Me (Live in Amsterdam)

6. Time Is Flying (Live in Frankfurt)

7. Standing at the Station (Live in Frankfurt)

8. Jam (Live in Amsterdam)

Disc 2

1. Help Me (Live in Paris)

2. I Woke up This Morning (Live in Rotterdam)

3. Sweet Little Sixteen (Live in Frankfurt)

4. Jam (Live in Frankfurt)

5. Classical Thing (Live in Paris)

6. Scat Thing (Live in Paris)

7. I Can't Keep from Crying Sometimes, Pt. 1 (Live in Paris)

8. Extension on One Chord (Live in Paris)

9. I Can't Keep from Crying Sometimes, Pt. 2 (Live in Paris)

10. Silly Thing (Live in Frankfurt)

11. Slow Blues in C (Live in Frankfurt)

12. I'm Going Home (Live in Frankfurt)

13. Choo Choo Mama (Live in Frankfurt)

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Track List: Rock & Roll Music To The World

1. You Give Me Loving

2. Convention Prevention

3. Turned Off TV Blues

4. Standing At The Station

5. You Can't Win Them All

6. Religion

7. Choo Choo Mama

8. Tomorrow I'll Be Out Of Town

9. Rock & Roll Music To The World

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Track List: A Space In Time (Deluxe Version)

1. One Of These Days

2. Here They Come

3. I'd Love To Change The World

4. Over The Hill (

5. Baby Won't You Let Me Rock N' Roll You

6. Once There Was A Time

7. Let The Sky Fall

8. Hard Monkeys

9. I've Been There Too

10. Uncle Jam

11. One Of These Days (Stereo Quad Mix)

12. Here They Come (Stereo Quad Mix)

13. I'd Love To Change The World (Stereo Quad Mix)

14. Over The Hill (Stereo Quad Mix)

15. Baby Won't You Let Me Rock N' Roll You (Stereo Quad Mix)

16. Once There Was A Time (Stereo Quad Mix)

17. Let The Sky Fall (Stereo Quad Mix)

18. Hard Monkeys (Stereo Quad Mix)

19. I've Been There Too (Stereo Quad Mix)

20. Uncle Jam (Stereo Quad Mix)

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Track List: A Space In Time

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Track List: Cricklewood Green (2002 Remaster)

1. Sugar the Road (2002 Remaster)

2. Working on the Road (2002 Remaster)

3. 50,000 Miles Beneath My Brain (2002 Remaster)

4. Year 3,000 Blues (2002 Remaster)

5. Me and My Baby (2002 Remaster)

6. Love Like a Man (2002 Remaster)

7. Circles (2002 Remaster)

8. As the Sun Still Burns Away (2002 Remaster)

9. Warm Sun (2002 Remaster)

10. To No One (2002 Remaster)

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Track List: Watt

1. I'm Coming On

2. My Baby Left Me

4. I Say Yeah

8. Sweet Little Sixteen (Live)

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Track List: Cricklewood Green

1. Sugar The Road

2. Working On The Road

3. 50,000 Miles Beneath My Brain

5. Me And My Baby

6. Love Like A Man

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Track List: Goin' Home!

1. Hear Me Calling

2. Going To Try

3. Love Like A Man

4. No Title

5. I Woke Up This Morning

6. Woodchopper's Ball (Live)

7. I'm Going Home (Live At Woodstock)

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Track List: Stonedhenge

1. Going To Try

2. I Can't Live Without Lydia

3. Woman Trouble

4. Skoobly-Oobly-Doobob

5. Hear Me Calling

6. A Sad Song

7. Three Blind Mice

8. No Title

9. Faro

10. Speed Kills

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Track List: Ssssh

4. Good Morning Little Schoolgirl

5. If You Should Love Me

8. I Woke Up This Morning

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Track List: Undead

1. Rock Your Mama

2. Spoonful

3. I May Be Wrong, But I Won't Be Wrong Always

4. Summertime / Shantung Cabbage

5. Spider In Your Web

6. Woodchopper's Ball

7. Standing At The Crossroads

8. I Can't Keep From Crying, Sometimes / Extension On One Chord / I Can't Keep From Crying Some

9. I'm Going Home

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Track List: Ten Years After

1. I Want To Know

2. I Can't Keep From Crying, Sometimes

3. Adventures Of A Young Organ

4. Spoonful

5. Losing The Dogs

6. Feel It For Me

7. Love Until I Die

8. Don't Want You Woman

9. Help Me

10. Portable People

11. The Sounds

12. Rock Your Mama

13. Spider In My Web

14. Hold Me Tight

15. At The Woodchoppers Ball

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Alvin Lee....Saw TYA & his solo band many times. Incredible artist.
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kevin-burns9
Alvin lee thank you for your unbelievable raw GUITAR !yeah baby! Love like a man fantastic jam! Very underrated song Go Alvin Go Rest In Peace ! Pkb45
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ALVIN LEE WERE GOING TO MISS YOU YOU WERE ONE OF THE GREATEST NOW YOUR GOING HOME

MIKE
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kevin-burns9
Awesome Mr Lee rocks superb 50,000 miles beneath my brain wow Amazing!!!pk b 4 5
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One of the great rock songs . it had it all, Lead guitar, acustic guitar, great drums and great lycrics.
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Woo amanzing. Rock band. I pupo from placetas cuba now in. USA i ROCK ON. I steel rock Viva el metal
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herzappy
YES,FOR SURE...... Alvin Lee, his brother,& the rest of that group: they DID "CONNECT"!! With each other in performing their take on music, and certainly with US, whenever one heard their "stuff"!! Don't you all recall, at certain times, on certain songs of theirs, Alvin & his "axe" would light into a litany of chords at a "certain" tempo that I refer to as: that deep, deep British, undeniable proof of SOUL, that reached so solidly into your core of being, that you were left wherever you were
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kdpflugrad
Good song
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Wow .......
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I DON'T.....KN O W . . . . W H A T TO DO..... Everyone.... W a n t s Too Change The World....... . . b u t . . . . N O ONE WANTS TOO CHANGE....TH E M S E L V E . S . . . . . S O . . . I LEAVE...IT UP...TOO.... U ! ! ! ! X O X O X O C O X O X
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This song is true even to this day!!!
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The Blues make you happy! Long live the Blues
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kdpflugrad
I was so into the 60s that music became me and my friends are music. I don't have many friends it's hard to relate
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THE REASON...... . . . I CREATED..... . . T H I S STATION..... . . I ' D . . . . . . . L U V........TOO CHANGE.....T H E WORLD!!!!!!! X O X O X O X O
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I saw them at the Shrine in LA. It was probably 1973, and I remember Alvin kicked a stack of amps which fell on a crew member that was crouching behind them. What a great show.
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pilotword
Saw him and TYA at the El Paso County Coliseum in 1972(?) and he was amazing as was the front band; then the little know ZZ Top. TYA was so loud!
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Ten Years After will always be know
for their high intense and shredding
guitar work by the great Alvin Lee on
Going Home, Alvin you were an inspiration!
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Alvin wasn't the smoothest guitar player ever. Not like a Clapton, Beck or Santana (pun intended). But it would be hard to imagine someone faster than him.
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Saw TYA at the Warehouse, New Orleans in 1974. Most amazing thing to me was watching Leo Lyons (bass) keep up with Alvin!! Smokin' show!!!
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Great Band. Alvin Lee smoked on guitar!
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EVERYONE.... . W A N T S . . . . T O O CHANGE. THE WORLD....... . B U T NO ONE.....WANT S . . . . T O O . C H A N G E THEMSELVES!! ! ! X X X X X O O O . . . I ' D . . . . L U V . . . . T O O CHANGE....TH E . . . W O R L D ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! XXXXXXOOOOOO O O O O O O X
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Was lucky to have seen TYA before Woodstock and after (was in jail during Woodstock) all good
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Alvin was the best
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Long live A V
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This song is one of the bitchenest best ever produced! That guitar is smoking!
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michaelrocks 6 8
Dykes and fairies mistakenly think democrats support their lifestyle.

Orlando, FL.
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OMG....So Happy to hear I Love To Change The World!! I actually had 45rpm (maybe still do! I did save some) I don't remember if I ever heard it live. Didn't know Alvin Lee had left us; that's sad. I haven't heard this in So long...Thank s for this one, Pandora!!! Really nice to hear Ten Years After (after so long!)
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Rip Alvin, the greatest guitarist of all time.
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Alvin Lee was the best I was lucky enough to see them live a few times in the 60s RIP Alvin
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;))))
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groffrandy
Alvin !
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RIP Alvin
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boneafied
Saw him live in 73 and Kicked A**
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sweeeeeeeeee e e e e t , alvin thanks for all music , hey brother rip.
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I love hearing Ten Years After still to this day. They were one of the best!!!!
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Stubblefield ? You Don't Know How To Appeal To A Large Audiunce. Spelling Isn't My Thing. You Find Your Own Dream.
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michaelrocks 6 8
You sing you don't know what to do????

Know the goddamn U.S. Constitution ! !!!

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totally agree!
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Alvin Lee: One of the best, most under appreciated guitar players of that era. RIP
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A Space In Time still gets played at our bonfires to this day.'HARD MONKEYS'' forever.
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Love Alvin. RIP
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All things remain the same.
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R I P Alvin
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3 years now since his death miss him
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I saw Ten Years After headline Madison Square Garden Nov. 13, 1970. They were absolutely heavy loud and incredible.
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milosdad
Alvin Lee was the cat that made me want to play guitar. I'd love to Change the World was the first thing I ever attempted and was thrilled when the song came on the radio and my young kids asked if that was me. (Now they're older and can tell the difference). Was as good a man as he was a musician. Too bad he often gets lost amongst the Hendrix, Page, Beck crowd. Would have loved to see him play with Stevie. They had many similarities in style and spirit.
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I'd love to change the world too Alvin
R.I.P.
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