Ten Years After Undead Свой второй альбом группа Ten Years After решила записать живьем, чтобы показать недюжинное мастерство не только игры, но и импровизации. Историческая запись произошла в лондонском джаз-клубе Klooks Kleek в мае 1968-го года. Ten Years After Undead. Свой второй альбом группа Ten Years After решила записать живьем, чтобы показать недюжинное мастерство не только игры, но и импровизации. Историческая запись произошла в лондонском джаз-клубе Klook's Kleek в мае 1968-го года. Klooks Kleek был джазовым и ритм-н-блюзовым клубом в отеле Railway, West Hampstead, North West London.
Ten Years After is the debut album by the English blues rock band Ten Years After. It was one of the first blues rock albums released by British musicians. 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 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).
Ten Years After are a British blues rock band, most popular in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Between 1968 and 1973, Ten Years After scored eight Top 40 albums on the UK Albums Chart. In addition they had twelve albums enter the US Billboard 200, and are best known for tracks such as "I'm Going Home", "Hear Me Calling", "I'd Love to Change the World" and "Love Like a Man". Their musical style consisted of blues rock and hard rock.
Recorded live in a small London club, Undead contains the original "I'm Going Home," the song that brought Ten Years After its first blush of popularity following the Woodstock festival and film in which it was featured. However, the real strength of this album is side one, which contains two extended jazz jams, "I May Be Wrong, But I Won't Be Wrong Always" and Woody Herman's "Woodchopper's Ball," both of which spotlight guitarist Alvin Lee's amazing speed and technique
Undead is a live album by Ten Years After, recorded live at the small jazz club, Klooks Kleek, in London on May 14th 1968. The remastered audio is pressed on 180 gram audiophile vinyl and Side D is beautifully etched. 180 gram audiophile vinyl. Gatefold sleeve + etched D-side. Liner notes by Ric Lee of Ten Years After. More TEN YEARS AFTER.
Tracks B2 and B3 are not separated on the disc. Released on a red and white Deram label with black print in a sleeve laminated on the front only. Also released in mono ( DML 1023). Some copies come with a ''Isle of Wight'' sticker.
Nom du groupe Ten Years After. Nom de l'album Undead. Date de parution Juillet 2002. Style MusicalBlues Rock. Membres possèdant cet album16. 3. I May Be Wrong But I Won't Be Wrong Always. 4. Summertime, Shantung Cabbage. 5. Spider in Your Web.
Ten Years After - Band. These lay in the archive until they were discovered and mixed by the original engineer of the sessions, Chris Kimsey in 2017.
Undead" is the second album by Ten Years After, recorded live at the small jazz club, Klook's Kleek, in London, May 1968. This album set out to give listeners a real feel to what it was like to hear Ten Years After. Their eponymous first album was bluesy, but less emotional and passionate, and so the band decided to record the album live. The result was Undead, a combination of blues, boogie and the sometimes remarkable playing ability of the band members.