Alvin Lee and Company is the third compilation album by Ten Years After released by their old record label Deram after they had switched to Columbia Records. It consists of songs that didn't make it on the older records and a few alternative versions of old songs. All songs written by Alvin Lee, unless otherwise noted. Rock Your Mama" – 3:02. Hold Me Tight" – 2:20. Standing at the Crossroads" (Elmore James, Robert Johnson) – 4:03. Portable People" – 2:15.
Ten Years After are a British blues rock band, most popular in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Between 1968 and 1973, Ten Years After scored eight Top 40 albums on the UK Albums Chart. In addition they had twelve albums enter the US Billboard 200, and are best known for tracks such as "I'm Going Home", "Hear Me Calling", "I'd Love to Change the World" and "Love Like a Man". Their musical style consisted of blues rock and hard rock.
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Ten Years After Undead Свой второй альбом группа Ten Years After решила записать живьем, чтобы показать недюжинное мастерство не только игры, но и импровизации. Историческая запись произошла в лондонском джаз-клубе Klooks Kleek в мае 1968-го года. Трек-лист: Side one. "I May Be Wrong, But I Won't Be Wrong Always" (Alvin Lee) - 9:49. Woodchopper's Ball" (Woody Herman, Joe Bishop) - 7:38. Side two. "Spider in My Web" (Alvin Lee) - 7:42. Summertime" (George Gershwin), "Shantung Cabbage" (Ric Lee) - 5:44. I'm Going Home" (Alvin Lee) - 6:24. Банда: Alvin Lee - guitar, vocals Chick Churchill - organ Ric Lee - drums Leo Lyons - bass.
Ten years after ssssh. Vinyl Record Album Lp DERAM DES 18029. Shipped with USPS Media Mail. VG+ 1972 Ten Years After Alvin Lee & Company LP Album.
Album by Ten Years After. Standing At The Crossroads. Boogie On. Spider In My Web. Hear Me Calling. MusicBrainz: Alvin Lee & Company. this site: Alvin Lee & Company. Albums by Ten Years After.
10 Best Ten Years After Songs. Like many of their contemporaries, Ten Years After began life as a no frills blues combo. One of the highlights of the band's fourth album Ssssh, "Stoned Woman" tells the tale of a woman who is intent on keeping her man "stoned out his mind all the time. The peak of this LP, "Religion" finds Lee and company questioning more than just the tangible world. The slow groove creeps in as Lee sings "I never really understood religion, except it seems a good excuse to kill. At the time, religions, spirituality and self discovery were everywhere. In fact, Jesus was the subject of many a hit record at the time.
|A2||Rock Your Mama||3:00|
|A3||Hold Me Tight||2:15|
|A4||Standing At The Crossroads||4:00|
|SML 1096, SML.1096||Ten Years After||Alvin Lee & Company (LP, Album)||Deram, Deram||SML 1096, SML.1096||UK||1972|
|SDML-3002||Ten Years After||Alvin Lee & Company (LP, Album)||Deram||SDML-3002||Brazil||1972|
|376||Ten Years After||Alvin Lee & Company (LP, Album, Unofficial)||Oscar||376||South Korea||1972|
|CPS 9200||Ten Years After||Alvin Lee & Company (LP, Album, RE)||Deram||CPS 9200||Spain||1974|
|XDES 18064, SW 94374||Ten Years After||Alvin Lee & Company (LP, Album)||Deram, Deram||XDES 18064, SW 94374||US||1972|