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May 03, 2013
Still haven't quite come to terms with the loss of my all time favorite guitarist/singer/songwriter. The musical world is infinitely smaller with his passing.
April 13, 2013
The roots of Ten Years After are burried 50,000 miles beneath my brain! While I'm not old enough to have seen them in their glory days, as a student of guitar limits, Alvin Lee was simply the best bar none!
Take note all you youngsters, real guitar slaying is with the frets not on the pick!
April 07, 2013
ALVIN, YOU DID CHANGE THE WORLD & YOU STARTED IN WOODSTOCK. A LOYAL FAN.
April 04, 2013
The first time I saw Alvin and TYA was in Chicago in 1972 at the Arie Crown Theater on the "Rock and Roll Music to the World" tour. It was the greatest concert I ever saw. They played two shows in one night. I was at the second show.
Alvin blew us all away.
When it comes to rock and roll Alvin delivered the product.
God bless you Alvin. I hope to see you again.
March 26, 2013
Another rock great dies.Never missed a TYA concert when they were in town in the 1970,s and loved the music as he kept rockin through the decades.Great guitarist he will be missed.
March 23, 2013
Alvin's the only one who could kick out the baddest "Goin' Home" that brought even the most insensible to their feet! He will be truly missed.
March 22, 2013
I had the honor of seeing Alvin 4 times... first was the Aragon in about 1980... of all places 'the Cubby Bear'.... about 1994/95. Back to back shows at House of Blues 1999.... all those shows are tops on my list. For some people it was Hendrix, others it was Page or Eddie.... for me it is Alvin by FAR. Keep on rockin my old friend.
March 22, 2013
I saw TYA in the at the Filmore east in NYC just months before Woodstock, own all of their Albums, and got a tremendous kick out seeing Alvin & Co. in 1998 at the original Woodstock site (Masgurs' Farm) for Woodstock Revival Concert. Loved Alvin Lee, loved Ten Years After. In 1998, my now 30 year old son, loved seeing him too and enjoyed being in the Mosh pit during their gig on stage. Said it was "the best day of his life"...May Godd Bless You Alvin Lee...RIP. Unfortunately, now perhaps the rock and roll world will realize what a tremendous Talent Alvin was. He should receive the full accolades his deserves, even if it is Posthumously.
March 21, 2013
rip alvin the master. alway remenber fillmore east shows in 1970
March 19, 2013
i used to go see him play anywhere i could 20 25 times to learn those lighting licks i feel like ive lost my best freind thanks mr. lee u are and always will be the best r.i.p.

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