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Ten Years After

Ten Years After

    Three years before the Isle of Wight and Woodstock Festival that cemented Alvin Lee and Ten Years After in the top half of the rock premiership came this blues classic from 1967. With a mix of standards and their own bluesy compositions this is vintage TYA at their freshest and vital.

    Ten Years After

    Undead

      Ten Years After were one of those bands that excelled in a concert setting, live few guitarists had the impact on an audience that Alvin Lee had. He had it all - speed, power and blond good looks (if you like that sort of thing). "Undead" now in a remastered edition with bonus tracks is a classic 1968 blues experience.

      Caravan

      If I Could Do It All Over Again I'd Do It All Over You

        Caravan's mighty 1969 work is the epitome of the prog style known as 'Canterbury Scene'. Huge swirling organ solos, beautiful melodic vocals delivered with a unique 'Englishness' that typified Caravan, early Soft Machine and Hatfield and the North. Like all these Caravan reissues they have been remastered and feature extra bonus tracks.

        Caravan

        For Girls Who Grow Plump In The Night

          By 1973 Caravan had moved away from their earlier style and this was one of their heaviest rock recordings thus far. Like all these Caravan reissues they have been remastered and feature extra bonus tracks.


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