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Ten Years After: The Anthology (1967-1971)


Download links and information about Ten Years After: The Anthology (1967-1971) by Ten Years After. This album was released in 2002 and it belongs to Blues, Rock, Blues Rock, Hard Rock, Heavy Metal, Country, Pop genres. It contains 26 tracks with total duration of 02:35:52 minutes.

Artist: Ten Years After
Release date: 2002
Genre: Blues, Rock, Blues Rock, Hard Rock, Heavy Metal, Country, Pop
Tracks: 26
Duration: 02:35:52
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No. Title Length
1. I Want to Know 2:08
2. I Can't Keep from Crying, Sometimes 5:22
3. Spoonful 6:01
4. Help Me 9:48
5. Portable People 2:11
6. The Sounds 4:09
7. Rock Your Mama 2:59
8. Spider in My Web 7:10
9. I May Be Wrong, but I Won't Be Wrong Always (Live) 9:43
10. Going to Try 4:46
11. Woman Trouble 4:37
12. Hear Me Calling 5:44
13. Boogie On 14:26
14. I Woke Up This Morning 5:30
15. If You Should Love Me 5:21
16. Good Morning Little Schoolgirl 7:05
17. I'm Going Home (1969, Live At Woodstock) 11:58
18. Me and My Baby 4:10
19. Love Like a Man 7:37
20. 50,000 Miles Beneath My Brain 7:38
21. I'm Coming On 3:45
22. My Baby Left Me 5:20
23. One of These Days 5:49
24. Here They Come 4:31
25. I'd Love To Change the World 3:44
26. Let the Sky Fall 4:20



This partial album contains 11 tracks that appeared on the band’s first three albums and the 1968 single “Portable People” / “The Sounds” that appeared on Alvin Lee & Company. The band, initially, were much more inspired by traditional jazz and blues than rock and were heavier into improvisation as the somber cover of Al Kooper’s “I Can’t Keep from Crying, Sometimes” and the live “I May Be Wrong, but I Won’t Be Wrong Always” indicate. These tracks from Ten Years After, Undead and Stonedhenge form an interesting nucleus that’s pure English jazz-blues club fare done astonishingly well. The band’s legendary track “I’m Going Home” can be found in exemplary form on Undead and a number of solid mid-period TYA albums, such as The Best of Ten Years After. Those searching for the more rock-oriented blues period are best steered towards Think About the Times: The Chrysalis Years (1969-72), which contains all the material from that era.