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Monday, October 11, 2010

Ten Years After 2005 Roadworks

Genre: Blues-Rock
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 48000
Time: 01:39:17
Size: 227,30 MB

Album Notes

Nearly 40 years after its formation, Ten Years After continues to stand tall among the greatest blues-rock bands ever. The band caused a sensation at the legendary Woodstock Music and Arts Festival in 1969 thanks to their incendiary encore "I'm Going Home," and the dreamy "I'd Love To Change The World" was a huge hit single in 1971. These two songs only tell part of the story of a band whose tireless touring and recording have generated a solid body of work as any in rock 'n' roll history.

Keyboardist Chick Churchill, bass guitarist Leo Lyons, drummer Ric Lee (no relation to Alvin Lee) and new vocalist/lead guitarist Joe Gooch are showcasing their considerable talents for audiences all over the world. The quartet's double live album 'Roadworks' -- recorded at concerts in France and Germany in 2004 -- was first released in Europe in late 2005 and it's the follow-up to the studio album 'Ten Years After ...... Now' issued earlier in the year.

Ten Years After was re-energized with the addition of Gooch, a 28-year-old stick of singing and playing dynamite. "Joe was recommended to us by Tom Lyons, our bass player Leo Lyons' son. I went to see Joe and was blown away by his playing. I was not surprised that somebody so young was that talented. We were concerned about the age gap, but that proved not to be a problem," says Lee.



01 - King Of The Blues 04:18

02 - Hear Me Calling - Calling Jam - Hear Me Calling 06:19

03 - Good Morning Little Schoolgirl 06:52

04 - (When It) All Falls Down 04:36

05 - Working On The Road 04:55

06 - Big Black 05:23

07 - The Hobbit 07:49

08 - Living It Up 04:05


01 - Love Like A Man - Love Jam - Love Like A Man 07:21

02 - I'd Love To Change The World 05:53

03 - Time To Kill 06:26

04 - I Can't Keep Form Crying Sometimes 14:49

05 - I'm Going Home 10:39

06 - Reasons Why 05:01

07 - Choo Choo Mama 04:51

Ten Years After here:

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Enjoy the music!


Shawn said...

If you dig Blues rock, check out Joe Bonamassa's "Blue and Evil". He's currently touring Europe and playing his a$$ off -

Southern Blues Rock said...

@Shawn: thanks for your information!

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