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Alvin Lee & Ten Years Later "Ride on Cowboy"

“Ride on Cowboy”

Last week on March 6th marked the 5th anniversary of Alvin Lee’s death. I thought since not many people have written anything about his two records playing with… 319 more words

Classic Rock

Alvin Lee 1974

Alvin Lee is pictured in Bravo Posters magazine of February 1974.

(h/t www.bravo-archiv.de)

1970-74

Baby Won't You Let Me Rock 'n Roll You - Ten Years After

Chart Position: NR

  • Written by Alvin Lee
  • Lead vocals: Alvin Lee
  • Guitar: Alvin Lee
  • Keyboards: Chick Churchill
  • Produced by Ten Years After
  • Recorded in London U.K.
1972 February Singles

Alvin Lee – Woodstock Number 2 Most Electrifying Guitar Performance

At number two, Alvin Lee and Ten Years After with their classic performance of I’m Going Home.

“That’s near enough for jazz.”

For most in 1970, sitting in a theater and looking up at a larger-than-life Alvin Lee on the split screen tuning his guitar, this was their introduction to Ten Years After. 102 more words

Guitarists

Alone

Today is Tuesday, December 19, 2017. Day 21,831.

Only SIX more days until Christmas!! I still need to wrap some presents!

Alvin Lee, born on this date in 1944 (died 2013), said, “I started off playing the clarinet, after I was inspired by listening to my dad’s Benny Goodman records.” 829 more words

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