A very important album in its time, at least in the circles I was traveling in anyways. Alvin Lee stepped up to take Chuck Berry's licks, riffs and tone and transform it into a hyper-speed boogie. The movie Woodstock was a pretty fair representation of what we're speaking of here. "I'd Love to Change the World" echoed from the living rooms of all who had a guitar laying around and a few beers inside. And on and on... Some nice photos (I'm not even going to comment on the 70's hair on the front) and you've got a great piece of rock and roll here. Stop by and check out the Ten Years After Tribute Page.
Or you can visit a few German tribute pages: Alvin Lee