An English blues rock band---it was founded by Alvin Lee and Leo Lyons who released their first album (self-titled) in 1967. As per the liner notes on the back of the record as written by John C. Gee, manager of the Marquee Club their music is “—simple and compelling. It is direct and full of guts. It is firmly entrenched in the Blues with a strong jazz basis.”
As per me I’d like to say that I was a jealous of Alvin Lee as he sang ‘I’m going home’ while making love to the mike at Woodstock and had all the chicks screaming. No, I didn’t go to Woodstock…I saw the movie. However, there’s no denying the man’s a guitar genius.
The cover has a photograph of the band with a fun-house, mirror type, melting font reminiscent of the late 60’s to early 70’s---Kinda psychedelic. Artist, photographer and designer unkown.
Self Titled ablum by Ten Years After
12”LP, 33 rpm
Deram/Decca Records, 1967 (USA)
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