Ten Years After was formed in 1967. It included Alvin Lee, Chick Churchill, Leo Lyons and Ric Lee.
The first album Ten Years After, released by Decca, was not a great success, but the second – the concert “Undead” from 1968 – hit the charts, including thanks to the song “I’m Going Home”.
The “Stonehenge” publishing house also proved to be a great work of the group. It was similar to the “Ssssh” and “Cricklewood Green” records. The hit hit “Love Like a Man”. The album “Watt” became the last album recorded in collaboration with Decca, and the band moved to the Columbia label.