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Think About The Times: The Chrysalis Years (1969-1972)
 
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Think About The Times: The Chrysalis Years (1969-1972)

26 July 2010 | Format: MP3

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Product details

  • Original Release Date: 26 July 2010
  • Release Date: 26 July 2010
  • Number of Discs: 3
  • Label: Chrysalis UK
  • Copyright: 2010 Chrysalis Records Ltd, a Warner Music Group Company
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  • Total Length: 3:36:07
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  • ASIN: B003URAL4A
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 61,844 in Albums (See Top 100 in Albums)

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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Mark Barry HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 24 Jan. 2012
Format: Audio CD
Released 26 July 2010 as a 3CD set - "Think About The Times: The Chrysalis Years 1969 to 1972" by TEN YEARS AFTER on Chrysalis/EMI 5099964214726 takes its title from a track on their great 1970 album "Watt". Here are 50,000 miles of boogie details...

Disc 1 (76:53 minutes):
1. Bad Scene
2. Two Time Mama
3. Stoned Woman
4. Good Morning Little Schoolgirl
5. If You Should Love Me
6. I Don't Know That You Don't Know My Name
7. The Stomp
8. I Woke Up This Morning
Tracks 1 to 8 are the album "Ssssh" - released August 1969 in the UK on Deram SML 1052 and in the USA on Deram/London DES 18029
Track 9 is "If You Should Love Me" - the non-album 7" single B-side to the 'American' release of "Love Like A Man" issued in 1970 on Deram DEM 7529
10. Sugar The Road
11. Working On The Road
12. 50,000 Miles Beneath My Brain
13. Year 3000 Blues
14. Me And My Baby
15. Love Like A Man
16. Circles
17. As The Sun Still Burns
Tracks 10 to 17 are the album "Cricklewood Green" - released April 1970 in the UK on Deram SML 1065 and in the USA on Deram DES 18038

Disc 2 (79:17 minutes):
Track 1 is "Love Like A Man (Single Edit)" - a non-album version [A-side] issued May 1970 in the UK on Deram DM 299
2. I'm Coming On
3. My Baby Left Me
4. Thing About The Times
5. I Say Yeah
6. The Band With No Name
7. Gonna Run
8. She Lies In The Morning
Tracks 2 to 9 are the album "Watt" - released December 1970 in the UK on Deram SML 1078 and Deram XDES 18050
10. One Of These Days
11. Here They Come
12. I'd Love To Change The World
13. Over The Hill
14. Baby Won't You Let Me Rock n Roll You
15. Once There Was A Time
16. Let The Sky Fall
17.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Peter Snowdon on 31 July 2013
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I have all the albums in vinyl which I bought when they were released, have a number of cd's This is such a good collection do not let it go.the quality is. Alvin Lee is so good.
I love guitar orientated music, Santana , Clapton , Page, Hendrix, the list can go on and on, all brilliant but Alvin just does things better for me.
If you have not seen ten years after at the Marque go and get it and see how good Alvin and the rest of the band are.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Phantom Reviewer on 1 July 2013
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Much better than I expected

I was previously only really familiar with TYA as a live act

Extended live work outs such as I'm Going Home and Woodchoppers Ball were what I considered the norm for this lot

Therefore I was very pleasantly surprised to discover the breadth and scope of their studio stuff was much more than I had imagined, eclectic and far reaching in nature, they cover blues, boogie, rock'n'roll, psych-pop, prog, jazz and folkie acoustic type numbers - all with a degree of aplomb

I now regret having had these boys labelled in my own mind for so long - a remarkable voyage of discovery awaits anyone of a similar mind to me
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Peter on 25 April 2013
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As it sadly turned out, this compilation of the most consistent work produced by TYA came ahead of the premature death of Mr Alvin Lee, but will stand the test of time as being the definitive record of one Britain's best blues/jazz bands of the 1960s 70s. I have had all the albums in all of their respective formats through the years, never tiring once of the brilliant music that they produced. Although everyone thinks of Alvin Lee as the showman, but Messrs Lyons, Churchill and Lee were the sublime support for him. Thank you Alvin Lee and Ten Years After for a solid contribution to the world of music.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By H. Llewelyn on 7 Mar. 2011
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Has any blues-rock album started off with a more frantic track than "Bad Scene" (on Ssssssh)? It's just not good for me to listen to it at my age. I saw 10 Years After at the famous 1969 Blues Festival at Bath with the likes of Led Zep, Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac, John Mayall's Blues Breakers,the Edgar Broughton Band etc - and 10 Years After were the most exciting (fan of Peter Green though I am). It was totally exhausting just listening to them and I was a hyper active 19 year old then! This 5 album set (Half Ten Years After?) consists of their best albums, in my ever so humble opinion, and there is a great deal of wonderful heavy blues-rock-jazz stuff on it (and just a little drosssss). Has anyone noticed that "Two Time Mama" is more like Canned Heat than Canned Heat? And "Standing at the Station" on "Rock & Roll Music to the World" (Naff title, though) is in my view the most mind-grabbing, body-grabbing, and anything else-grabbing 10 Years After number of all. Must rush to put it on the old gramophone player and gently sway on my zimmer.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By John C on 24 Aug. 2013
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My first taste of TYA was the release of Undead, an album that still sounds as good today as then. This was followed by Stonedhenge and Ssssh. The former was an interesting album but very different from Undead and not totally to my liking. While Ssssh had more in common with Undead musically at the time for me there was something lacking. Subsequently for listening to TYA I stuck to Undead and their Woodstock performance.

How wrong I was. The five albums in this set really are excellent. I've know realized what I've missed over the past 40 years. I've always been a lover of live music and hearing Undead as my first taste of TYA probably set me on the wrong path. Listening to these albums, while all are studio albums, they have an underlying feel of live recordings rather than something that has been put together from several takes. They also highlight how good a guitarist Alvin Lee was.

My only query is related to Ssssh. It's in the set as from the Chrysalis years but I have it on vinyl on the Deram label.
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