5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
British bluesrock in top,
This review is from: Undead (Audio CD)
British bluesrock conquered the musicindustry in the middle of the sixites, giving many good bands. One of them was Ten Years After.
Although "Undead" is their second album, it's one of their strongest. This live record is simply a perfect example of how the British Blues Boom scene sounded in those days. The band plays tight, fresh and is in form. The bluesrocksongs sometimes have a jazzy-influences, wich makes your head nod with some of the faster songs. The songs have good tempo, Alvin Lee his playing is realy nice. He plays in control without overdoing himself. We all now "I'm going home" from Woodstock. But I prefer the original Undead version, because the band keeps the song in control.
Undead is live British Blues Boom. We should be thankful for that.