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Recorded Live

30 Sept. 2013 | Format: MP3

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Product details

  • Original Release Date: 27 Sept. 2013
  • Release Date: 30 Sept. 2013
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Parlophone UK
  • Copyright: 2013 Parlophone Records Ltd. A Warner Music Group Company
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  • Total Length: 2:34:00
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  • ASIN: B00G39BW7W
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 10,590 in Albums (See Top 100 in Albums)

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Victor Martinez on 17 Oct. 2013
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There are a relatively few reissues that deliver any substantial improvements that warrant your purchase, again, again, and, again! This is the exception! Not only is the sound improved (a big deal to me), but, the additional material is nothing short of phenomenal. "Standing At The Station" is simply brilliant and highlights wonderful keyboard work from Chick Churchill. The Paris rendition of "Help Me" only shows how a band can approach a tune and give it a whole different feel on a different night. The Paris version smokes with a torrid intensity - one can only guess at the origin of "that" intensity! "I Woke Up This Morning" and "Sweet Little Sixteen" are wonderful additions; "Time is Flying" showcases a band still creating and willing to perform a new tune not fully developed; enlightening, nonetheless. The two Jams, however, are downright revealing of a tight-knit band taking us on a wonderful journey through their musical influences and creative processes. All four members of this great band shine through on the Jams, which, of themselves, showcase this band to be just that, a band! This was a great record before this reissue - now, it rivals anything out there! A must have! Thank you Alvin, Leo, Ric & Chick, Ten Years After.
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By O. Guedez on 6 Aug. 2012
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Ten Years After has not been treated properly by recent polls and lists of best rock&roll bands. It is truly sad and unfair, given the band is one of the greatest bands of the late 60s and early 70s. They are back on the road, although the lead figure of the band, Alvin Lee, is not with them and that sustracts a lot to the band. Alvin Lee is the lead guitar, vocalist and composer of the original Ten Years After. Lyrics were not his strenght, but this is not about poetry but about music. His guitar technique shines: He was considered even faster than Hendrix. Definitely he has capability for a lot of pyrotechnics, but you will find him always commited to musicianship and expression. This release was originally made in 1973 and it incorporates the best period of Ten Years After, which started with their album "Ssshh" and lasted to "A Space in Time". Here you have their classic live performances: I'm going home (a seminal piece in Woodstock), I can't keep from crying (a long set which was a highlight in the Wight Festival) and Chuck Berry's Good Morning Litte Schoolgirl, which includes a great guitar and bass jam. In addition to these numbers, you get two towering blues and rock renditions, a great drum solo in "Hobbit" and a great opening, One of these days, taken from "A Space in Time" . The sound is great and it was recorded as an official bootleg. As a matter of fact, only until recently with the issue of a great show at the Fillmore, this was the only live album of TYA in their best period. Certainly we can consider UNDEAD, a previous album in TYA's career, but it was recorded before their jump to fame. Althoung Undead showcases I'm going home and I can't keep from crying, and has a lot of jazzy touch, I definitely opt for Recorded Live. You find the band at its best in this recording.Read more ›
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By norm27 on 14 Oct. 2013
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If you are a Ten Years After fan I would say that this 2013 release is well worth it as it features 7 new tracks from the same set of live concerts as the original recording. Recording quality is spot on and the band was at its peak when these concerts were captured on tape. The inclusion of a previously unknown song " Time Is Flying" is a real bonus and the 2 Jam sessions are highly enjoyable. The only down side for me is the inclusion of " Help Me" twice, particularly as the second version is not vastly different to the first version - why have 2 on the same record? It's a shame that the compiler could not find something else from the vaults to fill the gap and make the release a real treasure. Despite that I would still recommend it on the basis of the new material and give it 4 stars, 1 down from 5 stars because of the duplicated track.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Chris Archer on 1 Nov. 2013
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I have had this as a vinyl album since it came out. Remastered with extra tracks that are a nice addition to what has always been a great album. Has classic tracks (I can't Keep from Crying, God Morning Little Schoolgirl and, of course, I'm Going Home). Overall great live album featuring the classic lineup. Missing Alvin Lee who sadly passed earlier this year.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 13 Dec. 2000
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Having been to a concert with Ten Years After in the 1970's in Odense in Denmark it is wonderfull to re-listen to this great band LIVE again! Alvin Lee is one of the gratest guitarists of rock - his fast moving fingers make the small hairs in your neck rise when listening to Good Morning Little Schoolgirl!
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I have just heard of the death of Alvin Lee, which makes me very sad and brings my own mortality into sharp focus. I remember seeing the band live in Bath on new years eve sometime in the mid/late 60s. I was astounded at Alvin Lees ability to play. Some peoples view was more was less and did not take to his superfast rifts but his ability to stir an audience to rapture is legendary and captured in full on the Woodstock video. This album has been in my collection since shortly after its release and I still think its a great live album (I like live albums as you may pick up from one or two other reviews I have written, none quite up to Nobel or Pulizer standards you understand). Most of the TYA greats are here (not Love like a man.....too early). Alvin produced some other live albums but I think this is the best, if you want to hear the great man live - this is the only option now. I'm only too sorry I didn't see Alvin again before he died. Another rock great is no longer with us, for which we are poorer but thanks to albums and CDs we can continue to appreciate a unique talent. To buy this album or not to buy, that is the question. If you are even only slightly interested for the money being asked its a no brainer. Enjoy! Oh thats a terrible ending... the type of thing you would hear from a condecending waiter in a pretentious restaurant. Let me try again. I think you will like it.
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