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Limited yellow colored vinyl LP pressing. Immortalized on the silver screen, Ten Years After's landmark performance of 'I'm Going Home' at Woodstock galvanized their reputation as road warriors capable of rousing large crowds, such as the 400, 000 festival-goers mesmerized by Alvin Lee's white lightning on his bright red Gibson ES-335. 'I'm Going Home' could also light up a room as small as Klooks Kleek in London, as heard on their second album, 1968's Undead. Undead was the first recorded evidence of that live legacy. Condensed to the best five of the May 14, 1968, set, the album sees the band do further long bluesy jamming with 'I May Be Wrong, But I Won't Be Wrong Always, ' 'Spider in My Web, ' and pound Gershwin into submission (courtesy drummer Ric Lee) on 'Summertime/Shantung Cabbage.' And on a killer cover of '(At the) Woodchopper's Ball, ' the band's jazzy blues is hot enough to turn Woody Herman's classic into sawdust, replete with Alvin Lee and organist Chick Churchill trading solos. Rightly regarded as one of the best live albums of it's era, Undead is reissued here in it's rare mono mix from the original U.K. masters. Featuring primo sound and the beautiful negative-image original cover, Sundazed proudly presents the searing guitar of Alvin Lee & Chick Churchill's haunting organ textures as they were meant to be heard!
Limited yellow colored vinyl LP pressing. Immortalized on the silver screen, Ten Years After's landmark performance of 'I'm Going Home' at Woodstock galvanized their reputation as road warriors capable of rousing large crowds, such as the 400, 000 festival-goers mesmerized by Alvin Lee's white lightning on his bright red Gibson ES-335. 'I'm Going Home' could also light up a room as small as Klooks Kleek in London, as heard on their second album, 1968's Undead. Undead was the first recorded evidence of that live legacy. Condensed to the best five of the May 14, 1968, set, the album sees the band do further long bluesy jamming with 'I May Be Wrong, But I Won't Be Wrong Always, ' 'Spider in My Web, ' and pound Gershwin into submission (courtesy drummer Ric Lee) on 'Summertime/Shantung Cabbage.' And on a killer cover of '(At the) Woodchopper's Ball, ' the band's jazzy blues is hot enough to turn Woody Herman's classic into sawdust, replete with Alvin Lee and organist Chick Churchill trading solos. Rightly regarded as one of the best live albums of it's era, Undead is reissued here in it's rare mono mix from the original U.K. masters. Featuring primo sound and the beautiful negative-image original cover, Sundazed proudly presents the searing guitar of Alvin Lee & Chick Churchill's haunting organ textures as they were meant to be heard!
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Undead
Artist: Ten Years After
Format: Vinyl
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Limited yellow colored vinyl LP pressing. Immortalized on the silver screen, Ten Years After's landmark performance of 'I'm Going Home' at Woodstock galvanized their reputation as road warriors capable of rousing large crowds, such as the 400, 000 festival-goers mesmerized by Alvin Lee's white lightning on his bright red Gibson ES-335. 'I'm Going Home' could also light up a room as small as Klooks Kleek in London, as heard on their second album, 1968's Undead. Undead was the first recorded evidence of that live legacy. Condensed to the best five of the May 14, 1968, set, the album sees the band do further long bluesy jamming with 'I May Be Wrong, But I Won't Be Wrong Always, ' 'Spider in My Web, ' and pound Gershwin into submission (courtesy drummer Ric Lee) on 'Summertime/Shantung Cabbage.' And on a killer cover of '(At the) Woodchopper's Ball, ' the band's jazzy blues is hot enough to turn Woody Herman's classic into sawdust, replete with Alvin Lee and organist Chick Churchill trading solos. Rightly regarded as one of the best live albums of it's era, Undead is reissued here in it's rare mono mix from the original U.K. masters. Featuring primo sound and the beautiful negative-image original cover, Sundazed proudly presents the searing guitar of Alvin Lee & Chick Churchill's haunting organ textures as they were meant to be heard!
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