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  • Ten Years After - Think About The Times

    4:49

    Ten Years After classic rock tune that has not been rated but this sounds is a way great than other rock classics. Its comparable to Rainbow's temple of the king and catch the rainbow, deep purple's soldier of fortune and other rock classic greats..

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  • Ten Years After - Full Concert - 08/04/75 - Winterland

    1:27:30

    Ten Years After - Full Concert
    Recorded Live: 8/4/1975 - Winterland (San Francisco, CA)

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    Setlist:
    0:00:00 - Rock 'n' Roll Music to the World (Incomplete)
    0:02:58 - Love Like A Man
    0:08:34 - Good Morning Little School Girl
    0:16:37 - Slow Blues In 'C'
    0:23:24 - Hobbit
    0:29:33 - One Of These Days
    0:38:56 - I Can't Keep From Crying
    0:59:14 - I'm Going Home / Medley
    1:12:25 - Sweet Little Sixteen
    1:17:40 - Choo Choo Mama
    1:22:54 - Baby, Won't You Let Me Rock 'n' Roll You

    Personnel:
    Alvin Lee - lead vocals, guitar
    Chick Churchill - organ
    Leo Lyons - bass
    Ric Lee - drums

    Summary:
    Extraordinary blues/rock guitarist Alvin Lee had already begun pursuing his solo career in earnest by the time he returned for the 28th and final U.S. tour of the original Ten Years After. Upon completion of the 1975 tour, TYA would split up and not return until a reunion was staged in 1989.

    Although a cult fave, the band burst onto the world music scene after it appeared in the documentary film, Woodstock, one of whose highlights was the performance of I'm Goin' Home by Lee and the band. This show, recorded at Bill Graham's Winterland ballroom, opens with a rockin' (but incomplete) version of the band's radio hit, Rock & Roll Music To The World. They follow it with one their classics, Love Like A Man. Muddy Water's Good Morning Little School Girl, is next, and leads to long and tasty slow blues.

    A 20-minute version of I Can't Keep From Crying Sometimes is followed by a 12- minute but incomplete I'm Going Home. After a souped-up version of Chuck Berry's Sweet Little Sixteen, Lee and the band close with two of their own hits: Choo Choo Mama and Baby, Won't You Let Me Rock 'n' Roll You.

    One of the biggest blues/rock acts on the planet between 1969 and 1974, Ten Years After could attribute their far reaching success to two things: Promoter Bill Graham and their appearance in the landmark music documentary Woodstock. Graham was among the earliest U.S. promoters to book the band, and he made them a staple act at both the Fillmore East and West, and of course, Winterland.

    By the time this show was recorded. TYA had become primarily a vehicle for Alvin Lee's blistering guitar work, its songs comprised of equal parts rock, blues, and jazz. In 1972, the band would leave Decca Records (the label that signed them in 1967), and move to Columbia's corporate home. Columbia would take the band in a more radio friendly/pop driven direction (hence, the hit single I'd Love To Change The World). Frustrated with the popular music trend, Alvin Lee left the band, which disbanded soon after the second Columbia release in 1975.

    The original lineup made one reunion LP and did one more tour in 1988/89 before disbanding again. In 2003, Ric Lee assembled the group again, although Alvin would not participate. He was replaced by guitarist Joe Gooch, and the band is still recording and touring today.

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  • Ten Years After - Good Morning Little School Girl - 8/4/1975 - Winterland

    8:04

    Ten Years After - Good Morning Little School Girl
    Recorded Live: 8/4/1975 - Winterland - San Francisco, CA
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    Personnel:
    Alvin Lee - lead vocals, guitar
    Chick Churchill - organ
    Leo Lyons - bass
    Ric Lee - drums

    Summary:
    Extraordinary blues/rock guitarist Alvin Lee had already begun pursuing his solo career in earnest by the time he returned for the 28th and final U.S. tour of the original Ten Years After. Upon completion of the 1975 tour, TYA would split up and not return until a reunion was staged in 1989.

    Although a cult fave, the band burst onto the world music scene after it appeared in the documentary film, Woodstock, one of whose highlights was the performance of I'm Goin' Home by Lee and the band. This show, recorded at Bill Graham's Winterland ballroom, opens with a rockin' (but incomplete) version of the band's radio hit, Rock & Roll Music To The World. They follow it with one their classics, Love Like A Man. Muddy Water's Good Morning Little School Girl, is next, and leads to long and tasty slow blues.

    A 20-minute version of I Can't Keep From Crying Sometimes is followed by a 12- minute but incomplete I'm Going Home. After a souped-up version of Chuck Berry's Sweet Little Sixteen, Lee and the band close with two of their own hits: Choo Choo Mama and Baby, Won't You Let Me Rock 'n' Roll You.

    One of the biggest blues/rock acts on the planet between 1969 and 1974, Ten Years After could attribute their far reaching success to two things: Promoter Bill Graham and their appearance in the landmark music documentary Woodstock. Graham was among the earliest U.S. promoters to book the band, and he made them a staple act at both the Fillmore East and West, and of course, Winterland.

    By the time this show was recorded. TYA had become primarily a vehicle for Alvin Lee's blistering guitar work, its songs comprised of equal parts rock, blues, and jazz. In 1972, the band would leave Decca Records (the label that signed them in 1967), and move to Columbia's corporate home. Columbia would take the band in a more radio friendly/pop driven direction (hence, the hit single I'd Love To Change The World). Frustrated with the popular music trend, Alvin Lee left the band, which disbanded soon after the second Columbia release in 1975.

    The original lineup made one reunion LP and did one more tour in 1988/89 before disbanding again. In 2003, Ric Lee assembled the group again, although Alvin would not participate. He was replaced by guitarist Joe Gooch, and the band is still recording and touring today.

  • Ten Years After - Watt Full Album ???????? Progressive Blues Rock/Rock N Roll/Psych Blues..

    38:54



    vinyl rip
    .

    Pistas
    A1 I'm Coming On 00:00
    Written-By – A. Lee*

    A2 My Baby Left Me 03:48
    Written-By – A. Lee*

    A3 Think About The Times 09:14
    Written-By – A. Lee*

    A4 I Say Yeah 14:00
    Written-By – A. Lee*

    B1 The Band With No Name 19:19
    Written-By – A. Lee*

    B2 Gonna Run 21:00
    Written-By – A. Lee*

    B3 She Lies In The Morning 27:04
    Written-By – A. Lee*

    B4 Sweet Little Sixteen 34:33
    Written-By – Chuck Berry


    Compañías, etc.
    Recorded At – Olympic Studios
    Produced For – Chrysalis Productions Ltd.
    Published By – Chrysalis Music Ltd.
    Published By – Arc Music Corp.
    Recorded At – Isle Of Wight Festival
    Pressed By – Allentown Record Co. Inc.

    Créditos
    Artwork [Balloon] – Alan Black (3)
    Artwork [Colour Processing] – Graham Nash
    Bass – Leo Lyons
    Design, Photography By – John Fowlie
    Drums – Ric Lee
    Engineer – Andy Johns
    Engineer [Assistant] – Chris Kimsey
    Executive-Producer – Chris Wright
    Guitar, Vocals – Alvin Lee
    Keyboards – Chick Churchill


    FAIR USE
    Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for fair use for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.

    I am not own the rights to this album, I use it only for promitional-cultural use , if the video was a copyright problem I will immediately detelete it .

    #Rockliquias by @marineveteranm4

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  • Ten Years After

    3:29

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    Ten Years After · Tamás Cseh

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    ℗ 1994 HUNGAROTON RECORDS LTD.

    Released on: 1994-09-15

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  • Gundam 08th MS Team ED full

    4:25

    Gundam 08th MS Team Ending Theme
    10 Years After by Chihiro Yonekura

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  • Ten Years After - Id Love to Change the World

    3:45

    Ten Years After - I'd Love to Change the World
    Album: A Space in Time (1971)

    Ten Years After est un groupe de blues rock britannique fondé en 1966. Devenu mondialement célèbre après le festival de Woodstock et la prestation sur scène de son guitariste et chanteur Alvin Lee, Ten Years After a été l'une des formations majeures du British Blues Boom à la fin des années 1960.

    Origines:
    Ten Years After est issu de la rencontre du guitariste Alvin Lee et du multi-instrumentiste Leo Lyons, en 1964. Ils forment le Britain's Largest Sounding Trio, qui prend le nom de The Jaybirds lorsqu'ils sont rejoints par le batteur Ric Lee (sans lien de parenté avec Alvin) et le claviériste Chick Churchill (ex-roadie du groupe)[réf. nécessaire]. Jouant des classiques du blues et du rock 'n' roll, le quatuor adopte le nom de Ten Years After en 1967, pour marquer ce qu'ils considèrent être le dixième anniversaire de la naissance du rock 'n' roll.[réf. nécessaire] Cette explication est en tout cas la plus communément retenue par les journalistes. Selon Leo Lyons, le nom du groupe viendrait en fait d'une émission de radio portant sur la suppression du service militaire au Royaume-Uni.
    Ten Years After signe chez Deram, filiale de Decca Records, et publie son premier album homonyme en 1967. Il comprend notamment des reprises de I Can't Keep From Crying Sometimes d'Al Kooper, Help Me (en) de Sonny Boy Williamson II et Spoonful de Willie Dixon, n'a qu'un faible succès, tout comme Undead, premier album du groupe enregistré en public en 1968, sur lequel apparaissent une reprise accélérée du Woodchopper's Ball de Woody Herman et la première version de I'm Going Home. Les albums suivants, Stonedhenge (1968) et Ssssh (1969), ne permettent toujours pas au groupe de connaître le succès de ses concurrents de la scène blues rock britannique.

    Woodstock:
    Tout change en août 1969. Invité au festival de Woodstock, le groupe y accomplit une prestation mémorable, immortalisée dans le film du festival où figurent les dix minutes du morceau I'm Going Home, incluant un long pot-pourri de classiques du rock avec une prestation remarquée d'Alvin Lee. Le formidable coup de projecteur médiatique ainsi porté sur le groupe permet à son cinquième album, Cricklewood Green (1970), d'être enfin un gros succès.
    Les sorties de Watt (1970), puis de A Space in Time (1971), confirment que Ten Years After est devenu l'un des groupes de blues-rock les plus populaires de sa génération. A Space in Time, premier disque du groupe sur son nouveau label, Columbia Records, comprend notamment l'une des chansons les plus connues du groupe : I'd Love to Change the World (en). Suivent les albums Rock and Roll Music to the World en 1972 et Recorded Live en 1973, enregistré à Paris et Hambourg.

    Séparations et réunions:
    Ten Years After se sépare en 1975, après un dernier album, Positive Vibrations (1974), et une dernière tournée américaine. Le groupe se réunit ponctuellement en 1983 pour une tournée britannique, puis en 1988 pour un nouvel album, About Time, et une longue tournée essentiellement axée vers la nostalgie et la reprise des vieux succès de la fin des années 1960.
    Le groupe existe toujours et continue à se produire régulièrement sous ce nom à travers le monde, mais sans Alvin Lee3 : celui-ci ayant décliné de participer à la réunion du groupe en 2001, il est remplacé par le guitariste et chanteur Joe Gooch à partir de 2002. Cette nouvelle formation a publié deux albums studio, Now (2004) et Evolution (2008), ainsi que deux albums live et un DVD. Depuis 2014 et après le départ de Leo Lyons et de Joe Gooch, Marcus Bonfanti (guitare, chant, harmonica) et Colin Hodgkinson (basse) ont rejoint le groupe.
    Alvin Lee est décédé le 06 mars 2013 de complications chirurgicales.

  • Ten Years After - BBC Sessions

    1:15:48

    TEMAS:
    01. I'm Going Home
    02. Don't Want You Woman
    03. Love Until I Die
    04. I May Be Wrong, But I Won't Be Wrong Always
    05. Love Until I Die
    06. Spoonful
    07. Portable People
    08. Rock Your Mama
    09. Ain't Seen No Whiskey
    10. Woman Trouble
    11. Woodchoppers Ball
    12. No Time For The Blues
    13. Hear Me Calling
    14. Woman Trouble
    15. Crossroads
    16. Spider In My Web
    17. I May Be Wrong, But I Won't Be Wrong Always
    18. Good Morning Little Schoolgirl
    19. I'm Going Home

    tracks 1-3: November 21, 1967
    tracks 4-6: TOP POP, Danish TV, February 16, 1968
    tracks 7-9: March 13, 1968
    tracks 10-12: August 14, 1968
    tracks 13-15: December 13, 1968
    tracks 16-19: BBC In Concert, unknown date

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  • Ten Years After live at the Eagles Auditorium Seattle

    1:23:12

    Ten Years After
    22/3-1969
    Eagles Auditorium, Seattle
    Washington, USA

    Band:
    Alvin Lee: Guitar/Vocal
    Leo Lyons: Bass
    Ric Lee: Drums
    Chick Churchill: Keyboard

    Setlist:
    0:00 - Spoonful
    7:34 -Love You Til I Die
    13:53 - Spyder In My Web
    23:13 - Good Morning Little Schoolgirl
    33:01 - Hobbit Drum Solo
    38:56 - I Can’t Keep From Crying Sometimes
    55:05 - Help Me
    1:11:18 - Baby Please Don’t Go
    Medley
    Blue Suede Shoes
    Roll Over Beethoven
    Shake Baby Shake
    I’m Going Home

    Tourlist here:

    Read about Ten Year After here:


    Good sounding show from Seattle.
    It’s always a treat to hear Alvin practicing his fluent guitar playing.
    This British band blended a perfect match rock and blues.
    Enjoy the show….

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  • Ten Years After - Love Like a Man

    7:42

    Vom Album I'm Going Home

  • Cseh Tamás-Bereményi Géza: Ten Years After, 2016

    5:58

    Cseh Tamás történelemkönyve
    A magyar történelem elmúlt negyven éve Cseh Tamás, Bereményi Géza, Másik János és Csengey Dénes dalain keresztül
    MOM Kulturális Központ
    2016. január 21-22.

    Vendégek: Ferenczi György, Jordán Adél, Miczura Mónika, Holecskó Orsolya, Adorjáni Bálint, Keresztes Tamás

    A Vodku fiai és barátaik zenekar:

    Bata István - gitár, ének
    Szabó Árpád - hegedű, mandolin, ének
    Takács Szabolcs - gitár, nagybőgő
    Mózes Tamara - zongora, ének
    Jobbágy Bence - gitár, ének
    Apáti Ádám - melodika, ének
    Nemes János - fuvola, szaxofon, basszusklarinét
    Bakos Csaba - ütőhangszerek

    Díszlet: Hujber Balázs

  • Ten Years After 1968

    26:17

    Ten Years After 1968

  • Ten Years After - Rock N Roll Music To The World Full Album ???????? Progressive Blues Rock

    45:22



    Ten Years After are an English blues rock band, most popular in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Between 1968 and 1973, Ten Years After scored eight Top 40 albums on the UK Albums Chart. In addition they had twelve albums enter the US Billboard 200, and are best known for tracks such as I'm Going Home, Hear Me Calling, I'd Love to Change the World and Love Like a Man. Their musical style consisted of progressive & psychedelic blues rock and hard rock.

    Pistas
    A1 You Give Me Loving 00:00
    A2 Convention Prevention 06:30
    A3 Turned Off T.V. Blues 10:52
    A4 Standing At The Station 16:03
    B1 You Can't Win Them All 23:07
    B2 Religion 27:12
    B3 Choo Choo Moma 33:02
    B4 Tomorrow I'll Be Out Of Town 37:04
    B5 Rock & Roll Music To The World 41:31

    Compañías, etc.
    Printed By – SIB-Tryck, Tumba

    Créditos
    Bass Guitar – Leo Lyons
    Drums – Ric Lee
    Engineer – Chris Kimsey
    Organ [Hammond] – Chick Churchill
    Photography By – Brian Cooke (2)
    Photography By [Inside] – Alvin Lee
    Vocals, Written-By, Electric Guitar – Alvin Lee

    Notas
    All Tracks recorded at Olympic Studios, London.
    Except tracks A2, B1 recorded with Rolling Stones Mobile at Cap Ferrat South France.


    FAIR USE
    Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for fair use for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.

    I am not own the rights to this song, I use it only for promitional-cultural use , if the video was a copyright problem I will immediately detelete it .

    #Rockliquias by marineveteranm4

  • Ten Years After - I Woke Up This Morning

    5:33

  • Ten Years After ~ Lost In Love

    4:07

    Album: Pure Blues
    Released: 1995

  • Ten Years After - I Cant Keep From Crying - 8/4/1975 - Winterland

    20:19

    Ten Years After - I Can't Keep From Crying
    Recorded Live: 8/4/1975 - Winterland - San Francisco, CA
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    Personnel:
    Alvin Lee - lead vocals, guitar
    Chick Churchill - organ
    Leo Lyons - bass
    Ric Lee - drums

    Summary:
    Extraordinary blues/rock guitarist Alvin Lee had already begun pursuing his solo career in earnest by the time he returned for the 28th and final U.S. tour of the original Ten Years After. Upon completion of the 1975 tour, TYA would split up and not return until a reunion was staged in 1989.

    Although a cult fave, the band burst onto the world music scene after it appeared in the documentary film, Woodstock, one of whose highlights was the performance of I'm Goin' Home by Lee and the band. This show, recorded at Bill Graham's Winterland ballroom, opens with a rockin' (but incomplete) version of the band's radio hit, Rock & Roll Music To The World. They follow it with one their classics, Love Like A Man. Muddy Water's Good Morning Little School Girl, is next, and leads to long and tasty slow blues.

    A 20-minute version of I Can't Keep From Crying Sometimes is followed by a 12- minute but incomplete I'm Going Home. After a souped-up version of Chuck Berry's Sweet Little Sixteen, Lee and the band close with two of their own hits: Choo Choo Mama and Baby, Won't You Let Me Rock 'n' Roll You.

    One of the biggest blues/rock acts on the planet between 1969 and 1974, Ten Years After could attribute their far reaching success to two things: Promoter Bill Graham and their appearance in the landmark music documentary Woodstock. Graham was among the earliest U.S. promoters to book the band, and he made them a staple act at both the Fillmore East and West, and of course, Winterland.

    By the time this show was recorded. TYA had become primarily a vehicle for Alvin Lee's blistering guitar work, its songs comprised of equal parts rock, blues, and jazz. In 1972, the band would leave Decca Records (the label that signed them in 1967), and move to Columbia's corporate home. Columbia would take the band in a more radio friendly/pop driven direction (hence, the hit single I'd Love To Change The World). Frustrated with the popular music trend, Alvin Lee left the band, which disbanded soon after the second Columbia release in 1975.

    The original lineup made one reunion LP and did one more tour in 1988/89 before disbanding again. In 2003, Ric Lee assembled the group again, although Alvin would not participate. He was replaced by guitarist Joe Gooch, and the band is still recording and touring today.

  • Ten Years After - Slow Blues in C

    7:31

    Recorded : January 26-29, 1973 live in Frankfurt, Rotterdam, Amsterdam and Paris with the Rolling Stones' mobile recording truck and later mixed from sixteen track to stereo at Olympic Studios in London.

  • Ten Years After - Spoonful

    7:45

    Ten Years after plays Spoonful (from Filmore) with colorful watercolor artwork.

  • Isle of Wight Festival

    4:33

    Ten Years After - I Can't Keep From Crying(Live)
    Isle of Wight Festival 1970 (29th August 1970)
    Band members: Alvin Lee - guitar, vocals, Leo Lyons - bass, Ric Lee - drums, Chick Churchill - organ

  • Standing At The Station-Ten Years After

    11:50

    Leave those Blues behind Me. Live from Frankfurt,1973.

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  • Cseh Tamás - Ten years after cover by: ersch

    4:08

    Az egyik kedvenc magyar dalom. This is on of my favourite hungarian song.

    S Z Ö V E G:
    Egy mosókonyhában jól kitaláltam én azt, hogy mi lesz,
    azt, hogy majd mi lesz; lent párás háztetők -
    tíz évvel ezelőtt.
    Egy mosókonyhában, szükséglakásban éjszaka volt, sötét,
    utcáról kaptam a fényt, de én tisztán láttam ott,
    minden megvilágosodott:

    Magamat láttam tíz év múlva itt,
    hallottam ezt, a mostani dal hangjait,
    és attól féltem: nehogy majd ez legyen,
    csak tíz év múlva ne ez a dal legyen!
    És attól féltem: nehogy majd így legyen,
    csak tíz év múlva ne ez a dal legyen!

    Egy mosókonyhába - bár kitaláltam és azt, hogy mi lesz,-
    a jövőt kértem én, hogy bármit is akar,
    ne, ne ez legyen a dal.
    Egy mosókonyhából neki a világnak, mindegy az, hogy mi lesz,
    az, hogy majd mi lesz, csak ne ez a dal legyen
    túl, túl az éveken.

    Magamat láttam tíz év múlva itt,
    hallottam ezt, a mostani dal hangjait,
    és attól féltem, nehogy majd ez legyen,
    csak tíz év múlva ne ez a dal legyen!
    És attól féltem: nehogy majd így legyen,
    csak tíz év múlva ne ez a dal legyen!
    Csak tíz év múlva ne ez a dal legyen!
    Csak tíz év múlva ne ez a dal legyen!
    Csak tíz év múlva ne ez a dal legyen!
    Csak tíz év múlva ne ez a dal legyen!

  • 2019 Ten Years After - Woodstock Setlist - 50th Anniversary @ Metropool Enschede

    48:18

    2019 Ten Years After - 'Woodstock Setlist' - 50th Anniversary @ Metropool Enschede
    Ric Lee, Colin Hodgkinson, Chick Churchill, Marcus Bonfanti
    Setlist Woodstock 50 years ago!
    ☑ Spoonful (Willie Dixon cover)
    ☑ Good Morning, School Girl (Sonny Boy Williamson cover)
    ☑ Hobbit
    ☑ I Can't Keep From Crying (The Blues Project cover)
    ☑ Help Me (Sonny Boy Williamson cover)
    ☑ I'm Going Home (with 'Blue Suede Shoes', ' Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On' and 'Boom Boom' snippets)
    Live music filmed by Paul van Druten
    with Canon Legria Mini X Pocket Camcorder
    Contact: youtube@paulvandruten.nl

  • Ten Years After

    5:04

    Rest In Peace Alvin lee. This is Ten Years after. Playing a Reuinion 15 Years After Their Break Thourgh Playing at the Legendary Marquee Club Enjoy, They Deffonatly Don't make them like this today. Leo Lyons My Fav Bassist.

  • TEN YEARS AFTER - HELP ME

    10:56

    AT MARQUEE IN LONDON
    Their performance is so excellent!!!
    So cooool!!!
    Great song!
    Love this so much!!!
    Vocal・Guitar・Blues harp:ALVIN LEE
    Bass:LEO LYONS
    Drums:RIC LEE
    Keyboards:CHICK CHURCHILL

  • Alvin Lee & Ten Years After - Lost In Love

    4:07

    Lost In Love - Written By Alvin Lee
    Album: Pure Blues
    Track: 11
    Release Date: 1995
    Label: EMI Records

  • Ten Years After Choo Choo Mama Aug 4, 1975

    5:15

  • Ten Years After ~ Religion

    5:50

    Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for fair use for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.

  • Ten Years After - One of These Days - A Space in Time - 1971

    5:53

  • Ten years after - I`m going home

    5:16

    Ten Years After are an English blues rock band, most popular in the late 1960s and early 1970s.
    I'm going home is a live performance on the Woodstock festival in 1969.
    Lyrics:
    Goin' home, my baby
    Goin' home, my baby
    Goin' home, to see my baby

    Our baby, how good
    My baby, be good
    I'm goin' home, my baby
    Home to see my girl

    Oh baby, baby, I'm coming home
    Baby, baby I'm coming home
    Tell me Mama, baby, I'm coming home

    Gonna see my baby, see my baby fine
    Gonna take my baby, wanna take my baby mine
    Gonna take my woman treats me real kind

    I'm goin' home, my baby
    I'm goin' home, to see my baby
    Goin' home, my baby

    Gonna see my baby, see my baby fine
    Take my baby, take my baby mine
    Gonna tell your mama how good that love of ours

    I'm goin' home, to see my baby
    I'm goin' home, to see my baby
    Oh, baby ooh

    Wanna take you back, take where love belong
    Treat me baby, treat, don't treat me wrong

    Oh, baby, I'm rollin'
    Baby, baby, I'm rollin'
    Baby, baby, I'm rollin'

    Won't you shake me, baby, well get you rollin' down
    Won't you shake me, baby, well get you rollin' down
    Oh, baby, we're gonna have some fun

    Baby, please don't go, baby, please don't go
    Baby, please don't go, baby, please don't go
    Please don't go, she's cold, I need you

    Comin' home, ooh, hey
    Come on over baby, whole lotta shakin' goin' on
    I'm goin' home, to see my baby
    Home, to see my girl, ooh

    I'm goin' home, take my baby
    I'm goin' home, see my baby
    Gonna take me back, I'll take her where I belong

    I'm goin' home, to see my baby
    I'm goin' home, to see my baby
    Come on, Take me, Yeah

    I'm goin' home, I'm goin' home
    I'm goin' home, hey, hoo
    Gonna take me back right where I belong

    I'm goin' home, I'm goin' home
    I'm goin' home, I'm goin' home
    Hoo, hoo....., right where I belong

  • Ten Years After - Help Me

    10:49

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  • Ten Years After - Im Going Home, Mono-Mix from 1969 Cotillion LP recording.

    9:48

    This live mono mix version of I'm Going Home by Ten Years After at Woodstock 1969 Concert was taken from the stereo Cotillion LP. I was not happy with the overall stereo mix balances(especially through headphones!!), so I made a mono mix from the LP track and it turned out better than I originally expected(not perfect either as the original live recordings were made under very adverse conditions), but more balanced in center staging perspective on the mono mix here.

    Recorded with stereo gear on background photo.

  • Ten Years After Cricklewood Green

    39:02

    Cricklewood Green provides the best example of Ten Years After's recorded sound. On this album, the band and engineer Andy Johns mix studio tricks and sound effects, blues-based song structures, a driving rhythm section, and Alvin Lee's signature lightning-fast guitar licks into a unified album that flows nicely from start to finish. Cricklewood Green opens with a pair of bluesy rockers, with Working on the Road propelled by a guitar and organ riff that holds the listener's attention through the use of tape manipulation as the song develops. 50,000 Miles Beneath My Brain and Love Like a Man are classics of TYA's jam genre, with lyrically meaningless verses setting up extended guitar workouts that build in intensity, rhythmically and sonically. The latter was an FM-radio staple in the early '70s. Year 3000 Blues is a country romp sprinkled with Lee's silly sci-fi lyrics, while Me and My Baby concisely showcases the band's jazz licks better than any other TYA studio track, and features a tasty piano solo by Chick Churchill. It has a feel similar to the extended pieces on side one of the live album Undead. Circles is a hippie-ish acoustic guitar piece, while As the Sun Still Burns Away closes the album by building on another classic guitar-organ riff and more sci-fi sound effects.

  • Ten Years After - Studio rehearsal in Germany, 1969

    45:03

    Here's Ten Years After (Alvin Lee-guitar/vocals, Leo Lyons-bass, Rick Lee-drums, Chick Churchill-organ) doing a rehearsal in the studio in Germany, 1969.
    They start off with I can't keep from crying, then go into a blues tune Woke up this morning and after a break do Woke up this morning take 2. Finally Alvin plays a little to himself.
    Remember Animal? Drummer with the muppets? Well, check out Leo Lyons here on bass.
    The rest of the band is rather relaxed, laid back.
    This was filmed by Wim Wenders, I don't own the material.

  • Ten Years After - A Space In Time 1971 Vinyl Full Album

    37:23

    Ten Years After are an English blues rock band, most popular in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Between 1968 and 1973, Ten Years After scored eight Top 40 albums on the UK Albums Chart. In addition they had twelve albums enter the US Billboard 200, and are best known for tracks such as I'm Going Home, Hear Me Calling, I'd Love to Change the World and Love Like a Man. Their musical style consisted of blues rock, and hard rock.

  • Ten Years After - One Of These Days - 8/4/1975 - Winterland

    9:24

    Ten Years After - One Of These Days
    Recorded Live: 8/4/1975 - Winterland - San Francisco, CA
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    Personnel:
    Alvin Lee - lead vocals, guitar
    Chick Churchill - organ
    Leo Lyons - bass
    Ric Lee - drums

    Summary:
    Extraordinary blues/rock guitarist Alvin Lee had already begun pursuing his solo career in earnest by the time he returned for the 28th and final U.S. tour of the original Ten Years After. Upon completion of the 1975 tour, TYA would split up and not return until a reunion was staged in 1989.

    Although a cult fave, the band burst onto the world music scene after it appeared in the documentary film, Woodstock, one of whose highlights was the performance of I'm Goin' Home by Lee and the band. This show, recorded at Bill Graham's Winterland ballroom, opens with a rockin' (but incomplete) version of the band's radio hit, Rock & Roll Music To The World. They follow it with one their classics, Love Like A Man. Muddy Water's Good Morning Little School Girl, is next, and leads to long and tasty slow blues.

    A 20-minute version of I Can't Keep From Crying Sometimes is followed by a 12- minute but incomplete I'm Going Home. After a souped-up version of Chuck Berry's Sweet Little Sixteen, Lee and the band close with two of their own hits: Choo Choo Mama and Baby, Won't You Let Me Rock 'n' Roll You.

    One of the biggest blues/rock acts on the planet between 1969 and 1974, Ten Years After could attribute their far reaching success to two things: Promoter Bill Graham and their appearance in the landmark music documentary Woodstock. Graham was among the earliest U.S. promoters to book the band, and he made them a staple act at both the Fillmore East and West, and of course, Winterland.

    By the time this show was recorded. TYA had become primarily a vehicle for Alvin Lee's blistering guitar work, its songs comprised of equal parts rock, blues, and jazz. In 1972, the band would leave Decca Records (the label that signed them in 1967), and move to Columbia's corporate home. Columbia would take the band in a more radio friendly/pop driven direction (hence, the hit single I'd Love To Change The World). Frustrated with the popular music trend, Alvin Lee left the band, which disbanded soon after the second Columbia release in 1975.

    The original lineup made one reunion LP and did one more tour in 1988/89 before disbanding again. In 2003, Ric Lee assembled the group again, although Alvin would not participate. He was replaced by guitarist Joe Gooch, and the band is still recording and touring today.

  • Ten Years Later - Full Concert - 05/19/78 - Winterland

    1:6:08

    Ten Years Later - Full Concert
    Recorded Live: 5/19/1978 - Winterland (San Francisco, CA)

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    Setlist:
    0:00:00 - Gonna Turn You On
    0:04:46 - Good Morning Little Schoolgirl
    0:11:33 - Help Me Baby
    0:24:16 - Ain't Nothin' Shakin'
    0:43:24 - Hey Joe
    0:50:58 - I'm Going Home
    1:02:20 - Choo Choo Mama

    Personnel:
    Alvin Lee - guitar, harmonica, vocals
    Mick Hawksworth - bass
    Tom Compton - drums

  • TEN YEARS AFTER - SPIDER IN MY WEB / PORTABLE PEOPLE -1967

    9:33

    MECA PD CHANNEL...I do not own the rights to this song, nor do I use it for my own personal gain. I post it to promote the song....

  • Ten Years After - Choo Choo Mama - 8/4/1975 - Winterland

    5:15

    Ten Years After - Choo Choo Mama
    Recorded Live: 8/4/1975 - Winterland - San Francisco, CA
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    Personnel:
    Alvin Lee - lead vocals, guitar
    Chick Churchill - organ
    Leo Lyons - bass
    Ric Lee - drums

    Summary:
    Extraordinary blues/rock guitarist Alvin Lee had already begun pursuing his solo career in earnest by the time he returned for the 28th and final U.S. tour of the original Ten Years After. Upon completion of the 1975 tour, TYA would split up and not return until a reunion was staged in 1989.

    Although a cult fave, the band burst onto the world music scene after it appeared in the documentary film, Woodstock, one of whose highlights was the performance of I'm Goin' Home by Lee and the band. This show, recorded at Bill Graham's Winterland ballroom, opens with a rockin' (but incomplete) version of the band's radio hit, Rock & Roll Music To The World. They follow it with one their classics, Love Like A Man. Muddy Water's Good Morning Little School Girl, is next, and leads to long and tasty slow blues.

    A 20-minute version of I Can't Keep From Crying Sometimes is followed by a 12- minute but incomplete I'm Going Home. After a souped-up version of Chuck Berry's Sweet Little Sixteen, Lee and the band close with two of their own hits: Choo Choo Mama and Baby, Won't You Let Me Rock 'n' Roll You.

    One of the biggest blues/rock acts on the planet between 1969 and 1974, Ten Years After could attribute their far reaching success to two things: Promoter Bill Graham and their appearance in the landmark music documentary Woodstock. Graham was among the earliest U.S. promoters to book the band, and he made them a staple act at both the Fillmore East and West, and of course, Winterland.

    By the time this show was recorded. TYA had become primarily a vehicle for Alvin Lee's blistering guitar work, its songs comprised of equal parts rock, blues, and jazz. In 1972, the band would leave Decca Records (the label that signed them in 1967), and move to Columbia's corporate home. Columbia would take the band in a more radio friendly/pop driven direction (hence, the hit single I'd Love To Change The World). Frustrated with the popular music trend, Alvin Lee left the band, which disbanded soon after the second Columbia release in 1975.

    The original lineup made one reunion LP and did one more tour in 1988/89 before disbanding again. In 2003, Ric Lee assembled the group again, although Alvin would not participate. He was replaced by guitarist Joe Gooch, and the band is still recording and touring today.

  • Ten Years After - Positive Vibrations

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  • Ten Years After , Belgium

    1:31:20

    Ten Years After (Full Show) (4K UHD) @ Swing Wespelaar (17-08-2018), Belgium.
    Amazing UK band that exists for 50 years already. In 1969 they were one of the bands at the Woodstock festival.

  • Gonna Run - Ten Years After

    6:04

    Track 6. 'Gonna Run'. From the album 'Watt'.

    Written by A. Lee

    Alvin Lee - Guitar and Vocals
    Leo Lyons - Bass
    Chick Churchill - Keyboard
    Ric Lee - Drums

    Engineer - Andy Johns
    Assistant Engineer - Chris Kimsey

    ♪♫ Gonna run, running from the city
    Gonna run, running to the country
    Gonna run, running from the city
    Gotta ease my aching mind, oh yeah

    Gonna hide, hiding from the smoke fumes
    Gonna hide, sing myself some new tunes
    Gonna hide, hiding from the smoke fumes
    Gotta clean myself inside, oh yeah

    Gonna run, runnin' from the ego
    Gonna run, to find out where the free go
    Gonna run, runnin' from the ego
    I want to free myself inside, oh yeah

    Run, run, run, I'm running
    Yes, I'm running, baby
    Running all night long
    Baby, I'm running
    Keep on running
    Yeah, time is flying
    Yeah, time is gone
    Yes, I'm running, I'm running, I'm running
    Gotta keep trying ♪♫


    ~ [ Many thanks to the copyright owners EMI for allowing this to be heard on YouTube ] ~ ☺

  • Ten Years After - Hard Monkeys

    3:13

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  • Ten Years After 50,000 miles beneath my brain live Bucharest 2010

    5:30

    Ten Years After - 50,000 miles beneath my brain - live Bucharest - February 22, 2010

  • Ten Years After - When it all falls down

    3:30

    From the album: Now [2004]

    I saw them live at the Big Rivers Festival 2008 in Dordrecht.
    They were awesome!

  • Lars Lilholt Band - Ten years after - Meilgaard 2014

    5:09

    Ten years after: Traditional dansk folkemusik efter Rasmus Storm 1760 og brødrene Bast 1763
    Arrangeret af Lars Lilholt Band

    Filmproduktion: Frontier-Adaptor

    Line producer: Puk Lodahl Eisenhardt

    Kamera: Bine Bach Damsgaard, Andreas Vestergaard, Anders Eggert, Jonas Søndergaard, Asbjørn Christensen, Søren Schneider og Frank Rosgaard

    Klipper: Frank Rosgaard

    Producenter: Lars Lilholt, Thorkild Lodahl og Peter Munck

    Tak til arrangørene af Meilgaard slots koncert

  • Ten Years After Feat. Joe Gooch - Love Like A Man - Belgium 2008

    6:22

    From the DVD Live At Fiesta City

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  • Ten Years After - As The Sun Still Burns Away

    4:46

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    Lyrics:

    A thousand cities in the night
    Each one waiting for the light
    Ten million people plan their day
    As the sun still burns away
    As the earth just spins in space
    People plan their daily race
    As the sun still burns away
    Few say Thank you for the day
    All the people in their ties
    Forget to look up at the sky
    they exist another day
    As the sun still burns away
    I wonder just how long we'll last
    When the final die is cast
    Every day brings forth the time
    When the sun forgets to shine

  • Ten Years After - Standing At The Crossroads

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