Alvin Lee has just delivered his finest work of his career with 'Still On The Road To Freedom', a true masterpiece. It contains 13 new Alvin Lee songs in a journey all it's own, traveling from On The Road To Freedom, back to the '50s, up to present day, then arriving fill circle to Love Like A Man, A Ten Years After classic.
In 1972, after Woodstock catapulted Ten Years After into the rock arenas, Alvin Lee decided to take the road to freedom rather than the road to fame and fortune. In 1973, he recorded his first solo work, 'On The Road To Freedom', with Mylon Lefevre. It was a major change in Alvin's work with TYA as that it wasn't just a hard driven rock/blues album, but a collection of introspective songs with acoustic guitars and strong melodies. Alvin never looked back as TYA broke up in 1974.
A true masterpiece of an album, 'Still On The Road To Freedom' will be a fan favorite that surely we can spread to the masses. As Alvin says, he prefers to let the music play and speak for itself.