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Ten Years After – Positive Vibrations (Original Recording Remastered) (2014)

18-08-2014, 17:44
Music | Blues | Rock | FLAC / APE

Ten Years After – Positive Vibrations (Original Recording Remastered) (2014)

Artist: Ten Years After
Title Of Album: Positive Vibrations (Original Recording Remastered)
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: EMI
Genre: Blues Rock
Quality: Mp3 | Flac
Bitrate: 320 kbps | Lossless
Total Time: 83:01 Min
Total Size: 248 Mb | 596 Mb


01. Nowhere To Run
02. Positive Vibrations
03. Stone Me
04. Without You
05. Going Back To Birmingham
06. It’s Getting Harder
07. You’re Driving Me Crazy
08. Look Into My Life
09. Look Me Straight In The Eyes
10. I Wanted To Boogie

01. Rock & Roll Music To The World (Frankfurt)
02. Once There Was A Time (Frankfurt)
03. Spoonful (Paris)
04. I’m Going Home (Paris)
05. Standing At The Station (Amsterdam)
06. Sweet Little Sixteen (Atlanta)
07. Positive Vibrations (Radio Ad 1974)

There's not much happening here. By the time Positive Vibrations was released, Ten Years After had run out of gas. Leader Alvin Lee had already released two solo albums, "On the Road to Freedom" and "In Flight," and the band was simply going through the motions on this album. The band broke up following its release.

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. Their first album was not a success, but their second, the live Undead (1968) containing "I'm Going Home," a six-minute blues workout by the fleet-fingered Alvin, hit the charts on both sides of the Atlantic. Stonedhenge (1969) hit the U.K. Top Ten in early 1969. Ten Years After's U.S. breakthrough came as a result of their appearance at Woodstock, at which they played a nine-minute version of "I'm Going Home." Their next album, Ssssh, reached the U.S. Top 20, and Cricklewood Green, containing the hit single "Love Like a Man," reached number four. Watt completed the group's Decca contract, after which they signed with Columbia and moved in a more mainstream pop direction, typified by the gold-selling 1971 album A Space in Time and its Top 40 single "I'd Love to Change the World." Subsequent efforts in that direction were less successful, however, and Ten Years After split up after the release of Positive Vibrations in 1974. They reunited in 1988 for concerts in Europe and recorded their first new album in 15 years, About Time, in 1989 before disbanding once again. In 2001, Ric Lee was preparing the back catalog for re-release when he discovered the Live at the Fillmore East 1970 tapes. He approached Alvin about getting back together to promote the lost album, but Alvin Lee declined. The rest of the band was up for it, though, and together with guitarist Joe Gooch, Ten Years After started touring again. In addition to touring the world, this new incarnation recorded its first new material in about a decade and a half and released Now in 2004 and added the live double CD set Roadworks in 2005. Alvin Lee died on March 6, 2013 at the age of 68 due to complications from a routine surgery.

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