Remembering Alvin Lee
March 6th was a tough day. The world also lost Alvin Lee, guitarist, leader and singer of Ten Years After. This band is one of those bands that etched a big place in the soundtrack of my life, this song in particular. “I’d Love To Change The World“. It has a short interview at the beginning and gets cut off at the end, Oh well.
The band hit its stride at Woodstock, and contributed to the idealism of the 60’s and early 70’s. Terrific player, great band, he will be missed, Alvin Lee, dead at 69.
- Tributes To ‘Ten Years After’s’ Alvin Lee Led By Queen Guitarist Brian May (contactmusic.com)
- RIP Ten Years After guitarist Alvin Lee (brooklynvegan.com)
- Ten Years After singer Alvin Lee has died at 68 (todayentertainment.today.com)
Posted on March 8, 2013, in Classic Rock, General, History, Live Music, Music, Remembering, Rock, Song Of The Day and tagged Alvin Lee, Love To Change The World, Music, Remembering, soundtrack of my life, Ten Years After, Woodstock. Bookmark the permalink. 9 Comments.