Ten Years After – I Can’t Keep From Crying

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.

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