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  • Audio CD (October 22, 2013)
  • Original Release Date: 2013
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: WEA
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (74 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #18,052 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. One Of These Days
2. You Give Me Loving
3. Good Morning Little Schoolgirl
4. Hobbit
5. Help Me
6. Time Is Flying (Bonus Track)
7. Standing At The Station (Bonus Track)
8. Jam" (Bonus Track)
Disc: 2
1. Classical Thing
2. Scat Thing
3. I Can t Keep From Crying Sometimes
4. Silly Thing
5. Slow Blues in C
6. I m Going Home
7. Choo Choo Mama
8. Help Me Babe (Bonus Track)
9. I Woke Up This Morning (Bonus Track)
10. Sweet Little Sixteen (Bonus Track)
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Editorial Reviews

Ten Years After achieved stardom in America thanks to its epic performance at Woodstock in 1968. Over the next five years, the blues-rock band would score eight Top 40 albums in its native England. The band s classic Recorded Live, originally released in 1973 as a double-LP, has been remastered and expanded with seven previously unreleased performances, including the band s version of Lightnin Hopkins "I Woke Up This Morning" recorded in Rotterdam.

Customer Reviews

This is a great cd, every penny worth spending.
Thomas S.
I was lucky enough to see many of the great bands back then, and this cd has trigger many great memories.
K. McCluskey
This album is frequently overlooked by even knowledgeable listeners.

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58 of 59 people found the following review helpful By Douglas J. Hultsman on January 9, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Save up a few extra coins and get the Import version or the re-mastered version of this release. The omission of "Hobbit" for the first USA release was a big mistake. Not only are you missing Ric Lee's bombastic drum solo, but also Alvin's smokin' tone to kick off the drum solo from "Big Red", his 1958 Gibson ES-335 wired through enough Marshall stacks to blow the house down. The omission is like Led Zepplin II without "Moby Dick" on it!
For those interested in such trivia, Big Red was acquired by Alvin in the early 60's for around 45 pounds, case included! Being an amateur boffin(guitar tech), Alvin removed the pickup covers and installed a single coil pickup in-between the bridge and neck humbuckers "to give it more top end". Suffice it to say that the tones and controlled feedback that emanate from this heavy duty axe border on magical.
The many decals that decorate Big Red were passed along to Alvin at Woodstock and other venues and "just got slapped on". The guitar was re-laquered after being repaired(the neck got broken), and the decals became permanent fixtures, "which is fine" as Alvin put it.
A good view of one of Alvin's ES-335's(not Big Red has a Bigsby!)is on the back cover of the A SPACE IN TIME album, laying atop a pinball machine with the strings in disarray.
For those lucky enough to witness TYA live, we have the memories of a so-tight band in full swing. Leo Lyons has to be the most energetic bass player on the planet. He bobs, he weaves, he seemed to be in perpetual motion for the whole show! Chick Churchill's excellent keyboard work layed down the rhythmic foundation along with Leo and Ric for Alvin's jacked solo's and smooth riffing.
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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Nikola on April 13, 2008
Format: Audio CD
This is the TYA official unedited bootleg provide by the band as a quality recording providing an alternative to the appalling quality boots around at the time.

Leo Lyons on bass shows that that particular instrument in his hands is a formidable tool in keeping a steady and totally creative sound allowing for Chicks multi layered organ to float within the music thus allowing Alvin Lee to sing his heart out and enjoy himself playing his guitar and you can hear that he is enjoying every note played. Ric plays the drums like a man possessed just listen to the Hobbit.

That this recording is this good shows that the Rolling stones rolling studio was a fine facility allowing us to have and cherish some of the classic live performances from the era. TYA Recorded live is one of them,

This CD version is a very good beautifully remastered package well worth having. I just hope that the good folks at BGO records can persuade Alvin Lee to release some more material from those recordings.
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Kindle Customer on December 25, 1999
Format: Audio CD
I recently bought "Ten Years After Recorded Live" on CD. I definitely missed it, primarily because my only other copy was on vinyl, bought when vinyl records were 'in'. This is *THE* definitive Ten Years After album, and a perfect display of Alvin Lee's raw excellence. People have a tendency to think that live albums aren't usually very good. In some cases that may be true, but not in this one. This live recording is of superb sound and quality, and it has captured the raw performance essence of one of the world's greatest heavy blues-rock bands. Alvin Lee's Gibson guitar tone comes out solid, warm and flowingly brown through his Marshall stacks. Recorded in Europe where the rock fans are known more for listening than making noise, the band displays a tight repertoire of rocked up British blues, fronted by Lee's guitar extravaganzas. "Help Me" is easily one of the greatest live blues-rock recordings ever done, right up there with Cream's "Crossroads". Listening to this album has been a rejuvenated pleasure.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By James Zinn on October 25, 2013
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I had always read in professional reviews this live LP was kind of weak as the band had better live performances and/or phases.

Truth is, yes, it is a notch below the fiery performance captured on "Live At The Fillmore East" but not by much. The band is pretty tight and focused.

The drum solo song, "Hobbit" is the weakest track just because it is a drum solo. Not knocking Ric Lee as a drummer or anything but drum solos arn't as exciting to hear than to see.
That said, at least it doesn't go on forever like some drum solos do.

Out of all released live material by TYA, most songs come from the pre-Columbia days, except a few Columbia LP tracks, which happened to have been recorded live in concert. The original LP of "Recorded Live" contained a handful, "One Of These Days", "You Give Me Loving", "Standing At The Station" and "Choo Choo Mama". These tracks came from 4 different shows in Europe. This is the ONLY way you can get Columbia-era live tracks (except one - more on that later).

The 2013 remaster adds bonus tracks to the now 2 CD release (the original US Columbia release eliminated "Hobbit" to make it one CD) and it is just stuffed full of music. Many songs are extended jams. One bonus track, "Time Is Flying" is not on ANY TYA studio release.

The sound quality on this 2013 remastered CD is excellent, for any live release I've heard. I never had the original LP but did hear it once or twice decades ago, but I don't recall it sounded as good as this. The liner notes say the band wanted this to be a good-sounding definitive live album and they used the Rolling Stones Mobile to record the shows. This was to counter some poor-sounding bootlegs which were coming out at the time.
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