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Thursday, March 13, 2008

TEN YEARS AFTER (ABO#32)


TEN YEARS AFTER
ROCK'N'ROLL THAT'S ALL
(1967-2005)
One of the biggest highlights at Woodstock's '69 Festival, I'm Going Home is a song from Ten Years After. At that moment, only three albums were issued by the band but weren't much succesful... By the way, the Woodstock festival made Ten Years After big stars. While the songs before were a bit old fashioned, the new ones on the three following albums (Ssssh, Cricklewood Green and Watt) feature the best work ever done by the band.
TYA's music is a kind of Rock'n'Roll revival mixed with classic blues. The two first LPs (mostly Undead, 1968) also sounds very like Jazz. But as it was used at that period, many bands fell rapidly in the new Hard Rock era. Ten Years After was one of those bands that couldn't drop their love of "good ol' Rock'n'Roll"... That's maybe why their albums didn't sell as much as Deep Purple's or Led Zeppelin's ...
Because of that lack of big success, internal tensions began between Alvin Lee and the other members (Ric Lee, Leo Lyons, Chick Churchill) and TYA finally disbanded in 1973.
After many years of separation, TYA shortly reunited as the classical line-up in 1983 (for the Reading festival) and in 1989 for a new LP which didn't sold much...
As Alvin Lee and his monumental pride definitely quit the band, the other members finally waited 2002 before recruiting new young member Joe Goock (born 1977 !!) to continue the adventure.
Some may say that the new TYA, called "Ten Years After Now" is nothing without Alvin Lee. My opinion (as humble as it may be) is that Joe Gooch fits the better Alvin's place.




CD1:
1. Help Me
2. Summertime / Chantung Cabbage
3. The Sounds
4. Portable People
5. Hear Me Calling
note : switch the TMP extension file by the right one
6. No Title
7. I'm Going Home
8. Good Morning Little Schoolgirl
9. I Don't Know That You Don't Know My Name
10. Working On The Road

11. As The Sun Still Burns Away
12. Love Like A Man
13. She Lies In The Morning
CD2 :
1. Sweet Little Sixteen
2. One Of Thes Days
3. I'd Love To Change The World
4. Over The Hill
5. I've Been There Too
6. You Give Me Loving
7. Standing At The Station

8. Choo Choo Mama
9. I Can't Keep From Crying Sometimes
10. Without You
11. I Get All Shook Up
12. A Hundred Miles High
13. Time To Kill

My Ten Years After TOP 3 :
1. Recorded Live (1973)
2. Rock'n'Roll Music To The World (1972)
3. Cricklewood Green (1970)

My Ten Years After BOTTOM 3 :
1. About Time (1989)
2. Positive Vibrations (1973)
3. Stonedhenge (1968)

3 comments:

mug said...

Thank you.

Ayah Gagöhn said...

Your welcome ;)

pfelelep said...

je relance de 1.

merci beaucoup