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    Hey all. I don't know what you all think of this band, or if many of you know of them...I think the song I'd Love To Change the World is pretty excellent and a very good listen. When looking through some other stuff the band has done, I've come across very different sounding things...They have some music that is has a very blues-sounding guitar and the vocals are different. It's interesting to me that they are pretty diverse.



    The video is of the song "I'd Love To Change The World", but if you like it, you can find they have a great deal of other stuff. I just figured I'd throw it out there for those of you who aren't familiar that may be looking for new music to listen to and study.
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    Originally posted by AndyMayhem View Post
    Hey all. I don't know what you all think of this band, or if many of you know of them...I think the song I'd Love To Change the World is pretty excellent and a very good listen. When looking through some other stuff the band has done, I've come across very different sounding things...They have some music that is has a very blues-sounding guitar and the vocals are different. It's interesting to me that they are pretty diverse.



    The video is of the song "I'd Love To Change The World", but if you like it, you can find they have a great deal of other stuff. I just figured I'd throw it out there for those of you who aren't familiar that may be looking for new music to listen to and study.
    Great post, AndyMayhem.

    Ten Years After does indeed have a blues undercurrent, as does many rock bands of their era. I dig their time changes and steady-handed musicianship.

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