#1
Hello, first I want to say that I don't really know where to post this so if it's in the wrong forum you're welcome to change it...

Today when I was holding my favorite album, I saw a really wierd thing and I have no idea what it is.



That's the first album of Ten Years After and look what's in the red box. It's obviously a face. Do anyone know who this is?

There's only four members of the band and there were only four member on that record.

Any ideas?
Last edited by FiliphSlim at Jul 8, 2008,
#5
WOW, this is weird, I was going to make a thread about the exact same thing, when I saw a signed album of theirs on ebay.

LOL @ Alvin Lees doo
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To anyone here who hasn't heard Ten Years After.. go and do so, now!


yeah if it wasnt for me jack, you wouldnt have known!
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I don't see it...
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I don't see it...

really? it's pretty freaking obvious...


look at all the girls' dresses...
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#16
Indeed! probably one of the best 60's blues band... and dare I say it... (maybe better then cream!)

Alvin Lee practically invented shred overnight
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This man deserves my +1

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#18
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Indeed! probably one of the best 60's blues band... and dare I say it... (maybe better then cream!)

Alvin Lee practically invented shred overnight


He was officially the fastest player around for quite some time!
#22
Also:
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This man deserves my +1

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Go in peace my son, and teach to the pit dwellers what I have shown unto you.


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#23
Ten Years After is the best band ever IMO, but I haven't got an answer to my question yet...
#24
Quote by FiliphSlim
Ten Years After is the best band ever IMO, but I haven't got an answer to my question yet...


Yeah sorry, its actually me on the album cover.

Or maybe that awsome wailing blues guitar was actually albert king... but he didnt get creditied on the album as he was a little too "bluesy" for teenagers in the 60's.. and bluesy, i mean big and black.

thats him crouched under the logo
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Quote by nick dixon
Yeah sorry, its actually me on the album cover.

Or maybe that awsome wailing blues guitar was actually albert king... but he didnt get creditied on the album as he was a little too "bluesy" for teenagers in the 60's.. and bluesy, i mean big and black.

thats him crouched under the logo


Are you actually serious? Is that Albert King?
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Are you actually serious? Is that Albert King?


If that's Albert King I am the ****ing Pope!
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Quote by nick dixon
Indeed! probably one of the best 60's blues band... and dare I say it... (maybe better then cream!)

Alvin Lee practically invented shred overnight



ten years after > hendrix, Cream, Joplin, Jefferson Airplane.


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#28
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I don't see it...


When you do you'll shit bricks.

EDIT: And to contribute to the thread a bit; you have all inspired me to listen to them. And I must say, I like what i'm hearing.
#29
Well... Even if I didn't get any answer to my question and I guess I never will from The Pit
So did we at least bring back a pretty much forgotten band back to the spotlight.

They're really amazing and I hope all of you'll give them a listen!
#30
alvin lee is the s h i t
check out their live album at the fillmore in 1970
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#31
Never seen anyone mention this band, i have been into them since an early age.

My favorite song is "love like a man"
#32
I don't have very many records with them though...

I have 2 CD's.. It's "Their First Album*, which we're just talking about right here. Recently, I also bought "Watt".

The LP's I have are..

"Alvin Lee & Company"
"Rock'n'Roll Music To The World"
And a collection series double LP

So what would you recommend me to buy? I really love their first album but I also think they're awesome at the Filmore in 1970, which I've seen on youtube. I have to take a look at that album then.

So yeah, what records would you recommend me to buy?

Peace
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I don't see it...

To the left of the boy, in front.
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