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|Ten Years After|
Essential Ten Years After
Genres: Pop, Rock, Classic Rock, Metal
Sixteen tracks, including "I'm Going Home," "I'd Love To Change the World" and "Good Morning Little Schoolgirl" span Ten Years After's more than 20-year career. — No Track Information Available — Media Type: CD — Artist: TEN ... more »
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Sixteen tracks, including "I'm Going Home," "I'd Love To Change the World" and "Good Morning Little Schoolgirl" span Ten Years After's more than 20-year career.
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Media Type: CD
Artist: TEN YEARS AFTER
Street Release Date: 08/27/1991
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Theodore Vucenich | san jose | 03/17/2005
(3 out of 5 stars)
"One of the reasons I bought this was after reading a review on Amazon, someone wrote that the live version of "I'm Going Home" was from Woodstock. It is not. Just like Big Brother's live version of "Ball and Chain" from Monterey, it is impossible to re-capture a signature live performance. The Woodstock version of "I'm, Going Home" is not matched here."
Good bang for the buck.
GoWest! | Tucson, AZ | 01/31/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Most people know Ten Tears After from the song "I'd love to change the world" which, although a fantastic song that stands up on its own, isn't exactly typical of what the band really excelled at---Blues-Rock. The "Essential Ten years after" collection does a great job revealing the fundamental sound that made this band great. If you aren't an Alvin Lee fan, this album (cd!)will probably make you one."
TYA - Best British Boogie Band
M. V. Ferraro | 09/26/2007
(4 out of 5 stars)
"TYA is a bit like Rodney Dangerfield, they never really got a lot of respect. They came along at a time when they were eclipsed by big names like, Zepplin, Clapton, Deep Purple, etc. If you accept them for what they were, a British boogie/blues quartet from northern England, I think they fare very well with their better known mates.
There is nothing fancy or pretentious about the songs. Musically, they are as tight a band as there was during that era. A few people are aware that Alvin Lee was one of the best guitarists playing in the 70's, however, Leo's bass, Chick's organ and Ric's drums were all very solid. They could flat out jam! Alvin's solo's can tend to be a bit one demensional at times but if you are a guitar affecionato, he can send goose bumps up your spine. IMO, he was everybit the equal of Page and Clapton in pure technique (no one was in Hendrix's league but that's another story).
This Best Of CD captures the essance of TYA's body of work. Crank up the CD player and pop open your favorite beverage. Ten Years After still rocks in a major way Thirty Years After.