Ten Years After – Ten Years After – 1967

Album

Album Ten Years After by the band Ten Years After
Album Ten Years After by the band Ten Years After

Ten Years After is a British blues rock band that formed in 1966 and released their debut album in 1967.

The album, titled Ten Years After, was recorded at Decca Studios in London and featured nine tracks, mostly written by the band’s guitarist and vocalist Alvin Lee. The album also included covers of songs by Willie Dixon, Al Kooper, and Sonny Boy Williamson.

The album showcased the band’s energetic and improvisational style, influenced by jazz and rock ‘n’ roll. The album received positive reviews from critics and established the band as one of the leading acts of the British blues boom. The album was reissued in 2002 with seven bonus tracks, including some of the band’s early singles and live recordings.

Ten Years After is a classic album that helped to define the sound of British blues-rock in the late 1960s. The band’s raw energy, virtuosic musicianship, and soulful vocals make this an album that is sure to please fans of classic rock.

The personnel of the album Ten Years After – Ten Years After – 1967 are:

  • Alvin Lee – guitar, vocals
  • Leo Lyons – bass
  • Ric Lee – drums
  • Chick Churchill – organ

Source: Wikipedia

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