on 27 September 2010
I've been a fan of TYA for years, they have always been underrated in my view. I first came across them in their Decca days when they produced quite simply the best most hypnotic version of 'Spoonful' i've ever heard. This album is typically vibrant, moving and immeasurably pleasing for me. You will know just how good the players are, the vocals are exhilirating, there's not a duff track on it, i'm just annoyed I didn't come across this sooner. It's not the best album ever but it's in my top 40.
on 15 December 2005
Alvin Lee is one of the best guitarists ever....(along with Eric Clapton, Jimi Hendrix, Stevie Ray Vaughan, and Carlos Santana) and this particular album spotlights the great talent of a man who is not as well-known as the above-mentioned, yet one of the most beloved (here in America - the Homeland of the Blues) and talented guitar players of our time - from the 60's
right up to the present day. We LOVE his guitar AND his music forever.
on 14 October 2011
alvin lee. what can i say? those of you who are aware of this mans talents at making some of the most wonderfull sounds on the guitar, providing that is if you like a bit of rock n roll, blues and guitar rock, i am not going to name individual track as i love this cd and all his work across the years. buy it.
alvin lee and joe bonamassa together, now there is a very nice dream