I asked the man in the music shop if I could see their littlest oboe he said “maybe tomorrow.” Today we’ll be listening to the 1973 release by UK blues rock act Ten Years After, fronted by guitar wizard Alvin Lee. This album, containing no overdubs or additives, was recorded over four nights in Amsterdam,Continue reading “Ten Years Gone (GDLIYWI) 10”
I was abducted a few years ago. I was taken aboard a ship where they made me brush my teeth three times a day, wash behind my ears and eat all my greens. I think I was on the mothership. Welcome back double-live album aficionados to another re-evaluation episode, in this one we feature SpaceContinue reading “I’m Descending From Out Of Space (GDLIYWI) 9”
I just received some great news! My boss has made me his sexual consultant. Well, his exact words were: “When I want your fucking advice, I’ll ask for it!” Another day, another blog post, another live album, and more specifically, another Grateful Dead live album! Their third record to be featured here, and a tripleContinue reading “Jerry And Bob’s European Vacation(GTLIYWI) 2”
Make mine a triple, please!
During this COVID-19 lockdown, I’ve been keeping busy and have started to learn the guitar. My wife asked me politely if I could stop playing Wonderwall; I said maybe. Welcome back my little chums to another re-evaluation of a classic double live album. Tonight’s morsel is the 1972 Deep Purple classic Made in Japan, whichContinue reading “Bowling A Made In Over (GDLIYWI) 8”
I bumped into two very attractive blonde sales reps in the street who promised me a night of fulfilling all my sexual fantasies if I was to advertise Persil washing powder. Naturally I refused, as my love for my wife is strong.Strong like the cleaning power of New Persil Ultra, with 48 hour freshness andContinue reading “What A Good Year For The Roses (GDLIYWI) 7”
If I was in CSNY I’d be Stephen Stills, depressed beyond tablets and gone beyond pills.
They’re an American band, I’m a British blogger.
Where is the next whisky bar?
A journey through the excess of double live classic rock albums!