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Alvin Lee: Ten Years After And The Woodstock Effect

A storming blues and boogie band from the U. While the group was also capable of moody pop and acoustic-based material as heard on ‘s A Space in Time, whose single “I’d Like to Change the World” was their greatest American hit , it was the group’s raw blues-based music that remained their trademark, powered by Lee’s high-speed guitar figures. While their original run would end in , Ten Years After would reunite in the ’80s, and they continue to record and tour more than 50 years after they started out.

Group leader Jay would keep the band together through a large number of personnel changes, and in , drummer Ric Lee signed on following the departure of the band’s previous timekeeper, Dave Quickmire. In , Jay and his band, now dubbed the Jaybirds, moved to London to take on a lucrative gig serving as the backing band for a popular British vocal group, the Ivy League. Around this time, keyboard player Chick Churchill came on board, and soon, he along with Alvin, Leo, and Ric decided to strike out on their own without Ivan Jay.

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A Look Back At 7 Songs From Ten Years After

The record is perhaps their best studio recording worked over by sound engineer Andy Johns with effects and tricks that were new for the time, and keep this record clean and somewhat crisp from top to bottom. Things turn towards honky tonk-like country in Year Blues , where the band shows off their abundant talents with Leo Lyons on bass, and Chic Churchill on keyboards. This is a tidy little ditty much admired in the American south for its twang and giddyup!

Love Like a Man hit 10 on U. The song is reminiscent of The Doors , with some excellent organ licks that built on a rolling rhythm section and a scorching series of solos by Lee that make this record perhaps their best ever.

At Ten Years After’s peak, critics characterized the velocity of Alvin Lee’s guitar The glare of that one performance, in my view, often upstaged Lee and his electrified by a harpsichord hook, and Love Like a Man, the band’s sole Top 10 U.K.

Previous Page Mojim. I’m Coming On 2. Nowhere To Run 3. Help Me Baby 5. I’m Going Home 6. Let’s Shake It Up 2. Slow Blues In C Provided 3. Hobbit Provided 4. Johnny B. Goode Provided 5.

TEN YEARS AFTER

With a blend of raw, direct blues and haunting psychedelic drenched sounds, this list of 10 Best Ten Years After Songs showcases one of rock and roll’s most interesting — but also most criminally forgotten — bands. Formed in , and led by the late guitarist Alvin Lee, the band finally got people to take notice after their incendiary performance at the original Woodstock festival. From there, Lee — along with non-related Ric Lee on drums, Leo Lyons on bass and Chick Churchill on organ — pushed the boundaries of the blues-rock format and in the process made a string of classic albums.

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.

(which spawned a major hit single in England, “Love Like a Man”) and Watt. Watt was the last album under Ten Years After’s deal with Deram, and they signed.

Pearson International Airport, near where the band is from. I’ll wake up out of my sleep and record that! The team that created the Kat also did a-ha’s “Take On Me” video. His song “Into The Night” is one of the most-played of all time. For Benny, it took him to hell and back. Did Al play on a Beach Boys record? Did he have beef with George Lucas and Coolio? See if you can spot weird but true stories. Emilio talks about what it’s like to write and perform with the Tower of Power horns, and why every struggling band should have a friend like Huey Lewis.

The “All I Want” singer went through a long depression, playing some shows when he didn’t want to be alive. Toggle navigation Welcome Guest. It’s the sixth and longest track on this, their fifth studio album.

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Graham was among the earliest U. This recording was made at Graham’s larger Winterland venue in , two years after the band had skyrocketed to fame with the Woodstock movie. The person who cut Ten Years After’s revolutionary split screen segment in the Woodstock movie, one might be interested to know, was a novitiate editor named Martin Scorcese. The show takes place near the end of the of the band’s golden years, when TYA had become primarily a vehicle for Alvin Lee’s blistering guitar work, its songs comprised of equal parts rock, blues and jazz.

Shortly after recording this show, the band would leave Decca Records, the label who had signed them in , and move to Columbia’s corporate home. Frustrated with the popular music trend, Alvin Lee left the band, which disbanded soon after the second Columbia release in

Recording with Ten Years After or “solo” with a variety of outstanding musicians, Alvin has If You Should Love Me [Single] Love Like a Man [Single Edit].

British blues-rock band Ten Years After are most famous for their enigmatic lead singer and guitarist, Alvin Lee, and for the more than ten-minute jam of “I’m Going Home” they played at the Woodstock Festival in After the quartet’s appearance at Woodstock and subsequent appearance in the Woodstock film the following year, Ten Years After gained significant popularity in the U.

British blues-rock had already been done by the likes of the Yardbirds and the Rolling Stones , so by the time Ten Years After came along, fans wanted something more. Formed in , the group disbanded in A few reunion shows were held in the s, but the original members never fully reunited. In the three remaining members of Ten Years After hired a new, much younger, lead singer to replace Alvin Lee.

They recorded an album and continue to tour, much to Lee’s chagrin. As a child in Nottingham, England, Alvin Lee’s first instrument was a clarinet, which he started playing at the age of ten.

Love Like a Man

It was getting dark by the time Ten Years After took the stage at Woodstock back in The audience — variously estimated at between , and , — was wet, chilled and bedraggled; many of them were the worse for wear after three days in the open. The band then kick into a breakneck boogie and the song takes off; Alvin spits out the vocals, filling in the spaces with more guitar salvos.

The camera remains fixed on him; there are just occasional glimpses of keyboard player Chick Churchill, drummer Ric Lee no relation and bassist Leo Lyons, who is headbanging furiously. Alvin leads the song high and low, never letting the pace flag, until nine minutes later he builds to a final warp-speed cacophony. When the Woodstock movie came out in late more than a year after the festival it did for Ten Years After what Live Aid did for Queen and U2 : transformed them into superstars.

The official website of the band TEN YEARS AFTER. Little Schoolgirl – Help Me Baby – I’m Going Home – Choo Choo Mama Bonus Track: Love Like A Man.

This is only the third copy I’ve seen in some 20 years of collecting. Together with keybaordist Chuck Churchill, bassist Leo Lyon and drummer Dave Quickmire, the group became a popular local club draw, eventually drawing the attention of manager and agent Chris White. They also underwent a personnel change with original drummer Quickmire being replaced by Ric Lee. White began scoring them gigs around the country, including a stint in Hamburg, Germany.

Their blues-rock sound becoming increasingly popular, Decca’s Deram subsidiary signed the band in late To be honest, the set isn’t any great shakes in terms of originality, or even most of the performances. Most of the album features rather pedestrian blues moves; several such as the eight minute plus ‘Help Me’ strung out well beyond maximum comfort level.

Producers Vernon and Dudgeon certainly didn’t waste a great deal of time or effort on the recording sessions since most of the album features a rather raw and under-produced sound yeah mate flip the recorder on and let’s go get a beer. That’s not meant as a criticism since that laid back sound gives the album quite a bit of its appeal.

Love Like A Man

Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. As said, a key forerunner of the forthcoming British blues revival, Alvin Lee known for his nimble-fingered, lightning-strike guitar playing secured a deal through manager, Chris Wright, on Decca offshoot label, Deram Records.

To dig Ten Years After, though, one can only rummage through their back catalog​. of Alvin’s immaculate riffage on ‘You Give Me Loving’ or ‘Love Like A Man’.

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A diamond in the rough

Nottingham-born Alvin Lee teamed up with Leo Lyons and a drummer in and the trio took themselves off to Hamburg, Germany, to perform in various clubs. They landed a top residency at a London club and within weeks had signed a record deal with Decca subsidiary, Deram. The band received such huge acclaim after their appearance at the festival that they became a regular attraction on the US tour circuit and spent most of their time away from Britain.

Alvin Lee took leave of absence from the group in , built his own studio in his Berkshire house, and concentrated on a solo recording career.

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Exhibit A in this argument was Lee’s blindingly fast work on the band’s most famous performance, a nine-minute whip through I’m Going Home at Woodstock, made ubiquitous by the album and movie chronicling the event. The four-piece band—including drummer Ric Lee no relation to the front man , bassist Leo Lyons and keyboardist Chick Churchill—had a dynamic that couldn’t be reproduced by any other band.

They brought many more jazz elements to blues-rock than the other British, guitar-based groups that rose in their milieu, and they married them to their own, spooky brand of “head music. By ’62, Jay was gone, along with several other early members, paving the way for a name change in ’66 to The Ivy League, which featured the same four players who soon became TYA. Moving to London later that year, the band signed with manager and later Chrysalis Records founder Chris Wright, at which point they hit on the Ten Years After brand.

Their moniker allegedly referred to the decade that passed since the breakthrough year of one of their idols, Elvis Presley. A residency at The Marquee Club—ground zero for all young U. Fifty years ago this month, the company issued the band’s self-titled debut which stood out in two key ways—the skill of guitarist Alvin Lee and the depth of the band’s chops. While British blues deeply informed the album, no song sounded like another.

The opener, I Want to Know , had the bounce of jump-blues, contrasting a piano goosed by the rockabilly anarchy of Little Richard. A cover of The Blues Project ‘s classic I Can’t Keep from Crying Sometimes , inspired a solo from Lee that mimicked the lilting smoothness of jazz guitarist Wes Montgomery , while the instrumental, Adventures of a Young Organ , showed off the physicality of Churchill’s keyboard.

The set also found room for a country blues Don’t Want You Woman , and a take on Willie Dixon ‘s Spoonful a la Cream ‘s that showcased the hard inflections of Lee fingerings.

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