Ride On – Alvin Lee – 1979



Album Ride On by Alvin Lee
Album Ride On by Alvin Lee

Ride On is the sixth studio album by the English rock guitarist Alvin Lee. It was released in 1979.

Ride On is a song by Alvin Lee, released in 1979 as part of his album Free Fall. The song is a blues-rock tune that showcases Lee’s guitar skills and vocal range. The lyrics express Lee’s desire to keep moving forward in life, despite the challenges and hardships he faces. He sings about riding on his motorcycle, playing his guitar, and living for the moment. He also reflects on his past experiences and how they have shaped him as a person. The song has a catchy chorus that repeats the phrase “ride on” several times, creating a sense of momentum and optimism. The song is one of Lee’s most popular and influential works, and has been covered by many artists over the years.

Ride On is considered to be one of Alvin Lee’s most important albums. It is a showcase of his guitar playing and songwriting, and it helped to establish him as one of the most influential guitarists of his generation. The album is sure to please fans of rock music and anyone who appreciates well-crafted and energetic music.

The personnel of the album Ride On by Alvin Lee and Ten Years Later, released in 1979, are:

  • Alvin Lee – guitar, vocals, co-producer
  • Mick Hawksworth – bass
  • Tom Compton – drums
  • Bill Halverson – engineer, mixer, producer
  • Andy Jaworski – assistant engineer
  • Jon Brewer and Robert Patterson – executive producers
  • Glenn Ross and Tim Owens – design
  • Richard Young – studio photography
  • Manfred Becker – stage photography

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