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  • Ten Years After - Stonedhenge

    From 1969, Don't own it, never heard it, but the title and cover is interesting:
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  • #2
    You can preview it and other TYA albums in full on youtube. I never owned this album, but I had Ssssh and A Space In Time. Both of those were destroyed in a flood, so it's been 20 years since I last heard them.

    I do have Time Warps, which is a 2LP compilation and was released shortly after they first disbanded.
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    • #3
      I had the album with the mixing board and the reel to reel decks on the front cover, cant remember if it was studio or live or the title.
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    • #4
      I have always loved TYA especially A Space In Time. I also highly recommend TIDAL for checking out albums like Stonedhenge. Get Tidals HIFI service for best sound quality.
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      • JCOConnell
        JCOConnell commented
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        they just don't write songs like that anymore

      • Joe Pittman
        Joe Pittman commented
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        Totally agree!

      • Gusf
        Gusf commented
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        The complete song, depth, soul and Understanding. Well played JD

    • #5
      TYA... I felt they were on the cusps of super group status at one time, always have been one of my favorites.
      Alvan Lee's solo work has also been a interesting journey worth checking out.
      He is missed!

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      • #6
        I saw the group at Red Rocks in Denver on a double bill with Vanilla Fudge in about 1971 when I was in college. Alvin Lee and the group were terrific. I have nearly a dozen of their songs on my iTunes - classic stuff.
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        • Gusf
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          Went to Redrocks in 1977 just to see it. I would have loved to attend a show there. Both epic bands in my opinion.
          Last edited by Gusf; 09-16-2016, 09:38 AM.

        • mkuller
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          My wife and I are planning to visit Boulder next summer and will do it around a Red Rocks concert since she's never been there.
          Last edited by mkuller; 09-18-2016, 11:37 PM.

      • #7
        Ten Years After was always a favorite of mine especially in times gone by. Was lucky enough to see them with my fiancée at the Fillmore East c. 1971. She and I would go parking with their album Cricklewood Green playing on the car's Panasonic 8-track player. LOL

        Not familiar with Stonedhedge but will be on the lookout for it now, thanks.

        The first LP I bought of theirs was called Undead which was recorded at Klooks Kleek in London, May of 1968 and released that August. It contains "Spider in My Web" and the iconic "I'm Going Home"

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        Always thought they were an underrated band,
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        • #8
          I have the Audio FIDELITY reissue of "A Space in Time". Absolutely fabulous. I wish they would do more titles.

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          • MylesBAstor
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            I missed the AF release when it came out and now it's long OOP. Not to mention expensive.

          • Gusf
            Gusf commented
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            I lucked into mine. Found all by itself surrounded by audiophile reissue Jazz titles. It is my first audio FIDELITY and I am on the look out for more.👀
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