Ten Years After: Alvin Lee (vocals, guitar); Chick Churchill (organ); Leo Lyons (bass); Ric Lee (drums).
Recorded at Olympic Studio 1, London, England.
All songs written by Alvin Lee.
One of the most noted of the progressive blues bands to emerge from the U.K.'s Summer Of Love in 1967, Ten Years After arguably reached its peak with its appearance at the Woodstock festival in 1969. First released a year later in 1970, CRICKLEWOOD GREEN contains the band's hit single, "Love Like a Man," as well as some of the bluesy guitar workouts, courtesy of the virtuoso Alvin Lee, that made it famous.