Rock & Roll Music to the World
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Audio CD, September 11, 2012
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Despite being a British band, Ten Years After only scored one top ten hit in their homeland, in June of 1970 when 'Love Like a Man' took them to number 10. In America, the Top-40 success was even leaner, with only one track, 'I'd Love To Change the World' (from their 1971 disc 'A Space In Time') barely reaching number 40. But the band was better known in America for two other achievements: being one of the most-toured bands circa 1970, and Alvin Lee's thrilling performance of 'I'm Going Home' at the Woodstock Festival.
While 'Rock and Roll Music To the World' is often panned as a shallow effort for Lee and Co., it stands as my favorite Ten Years After recording. I purchased the release on vinyl in 1972 due to the large number of quality tracks that were receiving airplay on the burgeoning FM radio dial. 'You Give Me Loving', 'Convention Prevention', 'You Can't Win Them All', 'Choo Choo Mama', and the title track all made the playlists. While a lot of the music is good, old-fashioned rock and roll, the compositions at times offer lyrical depth.Read more ›
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It was just what I expected no problems, arrived quickly and in good shape. The packaging was fine and the deliverly was spot on, ThanksPublished on June 26, 2014 by Gary Rutledge
In my opinion, this is a must for any TYA fan. I can only give you my opinion, each person really has a different music ear. Read morePublished on January 26, 2014 by C. A. Bergman
I wore out two Records , three cassetes tapes, and two 8 tracks yes I said 8 tracks of this gemPublished on December 13, 2013 by Kevin A. Heard
Very..., let us say: developed rock'n roll jems!
For those who in real, time step by step watched to this kind of music growing up. Read more
Alvin Lee was getting tired but he still knew how to play a guitar.Great cd and a great listen....support your favorite artists.Published on February 19, 2013 by JUDAS TREES