280. Ten Years After

It is virtually impossible to claim that the Woodstock concert was not the most important concert in the history of Rock and Roll. Many of those iconic artists have found their way into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, yet despite the acclaimed (yet somewhat forgotten) set that Ten Years After put on, they seem far away from the Hall and are often not associated with the concert itself.   Many of the fans of Ten Years After felt that the band reached their apex with their Woodstock performance. Whether that is true or not, it did successfully introduce the band to the American audience to their brand of Blues Based Rock. With a new audience watching, Ten Years After switched gears a bit and released some uneven work geared towards the mainstream. It did yield the still poignant “I’d Love to Change the World” which may have given…
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