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Ten Years After Discography (1967-2008) [Studio Albums] Re-up
Author: v3122
Ten Years After

Ten Years After Discography (1967-2008)
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Blues Rock / British Blues / Rock & Roll / Jazz Rock

Ten Years After was a British blues-rock quartet consisting of Alvin Lee (born December 19, 1944, died March 6, 2013), guitar and vocals; Chick Churchill (born January 2, 1949), keyboards; Leo Lyons (born November 30, 1944) bass; and Ric Lee (born October 20, 1945), drums. The group was formed in 1967 and signed to Decca in England...
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Ten Years After - Think About The Times. The Chrysalis Years (1969-1972) [3CD BoxSet] (2010)
Author: ruskaval

Ten Years After - Think About The Times. The Chrysalis Years (1969-1972) [3CD BoxSet] (2010)
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© 2010 Chrysalis / EMI | 5099964214726 | Remastered by Peter Mew
Rock / Blues Rock / British Blues / Hard Rock

All tracks are remastered by Peter Mew at Abbey Road Studios. Chrysalis Records of England has recently released this excellent new 3 cd box set of the five post-Woodstock albums issued by the great UK rock blues act Ten Years After. And for the low asking price of around $40 you get all of the original tracks from SSSSH, CRICKLEWOOD GREEN, WATT, A SPACE IN TIME & ROCK AND ROLL MUSIC TO THE WORLD digitally remastered along with rarer single versions and B-sides of singles. All told, there are 48 tracks in this great box set.
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Ten Years After - Stonedhenge (1969) [2002 Remastered, UK, 8828982]
Author: v3122
Ten Years After - Stonedhenge

Ten Years After - Stonedhenge (1969) [2002 Remastered, UK, 8828982]
Hard/Blues-Rock | EAC Rip | Flac (Image) + Cue + Log | MP3 CBR 320Kbps | 14 Tracks
Covers Included | DERAM | 8828982 | Stereo | ~330 + 152 Mb | RS.com + Turbobit

This is their third album, prepared for CD from the original master tapes.
Ten Years After's third album is one of those artifacts that simply screams late '60s, which is to say its production is more than a little trippy, and it's also all over the stylistic map. "I Can't Live Without Lydia," for example, features keyboardist Chick Churchill making vaguely Brubeck-ian noises on up to four overdubbed pianos simultaneously. The next track, "Skoobly-Ooobly-Doobob," is a brief scat blues improvisation with guitar hero Alvin Lee playing and singing in unison, as Ric Lee's drums, just barely audible, putter about in both stereo channels seemingly at random...
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Ten Years After - Ten Years After (1967) 2CDs, Remastered, Deluxe Edition 2015
Author: Designol

Ten Years After - Ten Years After (1967) 2CDs, Remastered, Deluxe Edition 2015
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Blues Rock, British Blues, Psychedelic Rock | Deram/Universal | # 472 643-8 | 01:55:06

Ten Years After is the debut album by the English blues rock band Ten Years After. It features "Spoonful", a Howlin' Wolf song (written for him by Willie Dixon) that the British blues rock group Cream covered as well (on their albums Fresh Cream and Wheels of Fire). The album is also low on original material in comparison to the band's later works which were, in most cases, entirely composed of Alvin Lee's songs. It's one of the first blues rock albums released by the British artists.
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Ten Years After - Stonedhenge (1969) 2CDs, Remastered, Deluxe Edition 2015
Author: Designol

Ten Years After - Stonedhenge (1969) 2CDs, Remastered, Deluxe Edition 2015
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Blues Rock, Psychedelic Rock, Jazz Rock | Label: Deram/Universal | # 472 644-6 | Time: 01:41:40

"I'm Going Home" from Ten Years After's previous release put them on the charts, at least in the U.K. (the band's U.S. breakthrough was at Woodstock a year after its release), but the four-piece was already experimenting with ways to expand their basic boogie rock template. Stonedhenge was the result, as producer Mike Vernon helped steer the band into a more jazz- and blues-oriented direction. That's especially evident in the swinging "Woman Trouble," but this set is generally more prone to broadening the sound without losing TYA's basic concept. It doesn't always gel -- the four short pieces that feature each musician alone on their instrument is an interesting idea that ends up as a distraction -- yet the album boasts some terrific performances by a group that was hitting its peak. Canned Heat, who TYA supported in America and who were also trying to push their own boogie envelope, were a big influence, born out by the very Heat-sounding "Hear Me Calling." Alvin Lee keeps his fleet fingers in check, preferring to work his style into a more organic fusion.
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Ten Years After - Ten Years After (1967) [2002, Remastered]
Author: v3122
Ten Years After - Ten Years After

Ten Years After - Ten Years After (1967) [2002, Remastered]
Rock/Blues | EAC Rip | Flac (Image) + Cue + Log | MP3 CBR 320Kbps | 15 Tracks
Covers Included | DERAM | 8828972 | Stereo | ~371 + 155 Mb | RS.com + Turbobit
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Ten Years After - Ssssh (1969) [2004 Remastered, Japan, TOCP-67503]
Author: v3122
Ten Years After - Ssssh

Ten Years After - Ssssh (1969) [2004 Remastered, Japan, TOCP-67503]
Rock/Blues | EAC Rip | Flac (Image) + Cue + Log | MP3 CBR 320Kbps | 8 Tracks
Covers Included | TOCP-67503 | ~220 + 81 Mb | RS.com + HF.com

SSSSH is one of Ten Years After's best studio albums, although like its predecessor, "Stonedhenge" (albeit to a lesser degree), it's something of a period piece. It's not a straight blues album, by any means; "If You Should Love Me," for example, is an attractively watery re-write of the Beatles' "Hey Jude," while the opening "Bad Scene" is (unsurprisingly) a cautionary piece of acid rock, heavy on the fuzz guitar and sound efffects...
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Ten Years After - Watt (1970) (2004 remaster) [repost]
Author: uff

Ten Years After - Watt (1970) (2004 remaster)
Rock | 1cd | EAC Rip | Flac + Cue + Log | covers
Chrysalis/EMI Toshiba | TOCP-67505 Mini LP edition | 270Mb

Watt had many of the same ingredients as its predecessor, Cricklewood Green, but wasn't nearly as well thought out. The band had obviously spent much time on the road, leaving little time for developing new material. Consequently, a cover of Chuck Berry's "Sweet Little Sixteen," recorded live at the Isle of Wight Festival, is included here, as is a short instrumental with the uninspired title "The Band With No Name." Other song titles like "I Say Yeah" and "My Baby Left Me" betray the lack of spark in Alvin Lee's songwriting. Details
Ten Years After - A Space In Time (1971) [2004 Remastered, Japan]
Author: uff

Ten Years After - A Space In Time (1971) [2004 Remastered, Japan]
Rock | 1cd | EAC Rip | Flac + Cue + Log | covers
Toshiba-EMI TOCP-67506 | 250Mb

A Space in Time was Ten Years After's best-selling album. This was due primarily to the strength of "I'd Love to Change the World," the band's only hit single, and one of the most ubiquitous AM and FM radio cuts of the summer of 1971. TYA's first album for Columbia, A Space in Time has more of a pop-oriented feel than any of their previous releases had. The individual cuts are shorter, and Alvin Lee displays a broader instrumental palette than before. In fact, six of the disc's ten songs are built around acoustic guitar riffs. However, there are still a couple of barn-burning jams. The leadoff track, "One of These Days," is a particularly scorching workout, featuring extended harmonica and guitar solos. Details
Ten Years After - Cricklewood Green (1970) [2002 Remastered, Japan]
Author: uff

Ten Years After - Cricklewood Green (1970) [2002 Remastered, Japan]
Rock | 1cd | EAC Rip | Flac + Cue + Log | covers
TOCP67504 | 290Mb

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. Details
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