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Rock & Roll Music To The World = LP = (LP)
'Rock and Roll Music To the World' is Alvin Lee and Ten Year's After's ninth album, released in 1972. There would only be one more studio disc from the band, so by this point in time they were on the cusp of dissolving. Apparently there were strong personalities and a good deal of dissention within the band, which at times resulted in on-stage arguments complete with members refusing to play, or throwing bottles and other missiles at one another. You wouldn't know it to listen to the tight, blues-rock musicianship offered here, with all the tracks penned, sung, and in most cases defined by the lead guitar work of Alvin Lee.
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.
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Liknande artister: ALVIN LEE, RADIO MOSCOW, TEN YEARS AFTER / ALVIN LEE