Ten Years After – The Classic Performances Of Ten Years AfterVendor: Columbia
RARE/2HAND VINYL ON COLUMBIA 1976
Columbia Records, PC 34366, made in the US.
Vinyl VG+ Cover EX
Often tagged as a second generation blues boogie band, Ten Years After actually showed somewhat more musical dexterity than their Fillmore-clogging peers. The atmospheric "I'd Love to Change the World", for instance, sounds like it came from a completely different band than the clavinet-driven funk of "It's Getting Harder". Neither of those cuts, of course, have much in common musically with what Ten Years After will most likely remain forever famous, their 10 minute version of "I'm Going Home" from Woodstock.
A1 I'd Love To Change The World 3:43
A2 Baby Won't You Let Me Rock 'n Roll 2:15
A3 It's Getting Harder 4:24
A4 One Of These Days 5:55
A5 I'm Going Home 2:49
B1 Choo Choo Mama 3:58
B2 Positive Vibrations 3:58
B3 Tomorrow I'll Be Out Of Town 4:27
B4 Good Morning Little Schoolgirl 7:58
B5 Rock 'n Roll Music To The World 3:49