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    Stainmaster Finch Platte's Avatar
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    Going Home indeed.

    Alvin Lee dies after routine surgery.

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    Forum Regular Jack in Wilmington's Avatar
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    Saw him at Woodstock, where TYA just blew the crowd away with their high energy set. Saw them again in 1974 in Philly with a band called "Climax Blues Band" that opened up the show. Followed by Bachman Turner Overdrive which was probably their initial tour. Great show and great memories.
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    Rocket Surgeon Swish's Avatar
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    Crap! I loved Ten Years After.

    Quote Originally Posted by Finch Platte View Post
    Alvin Lee dies after routine surgery.

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    They were one of my faves when I was a kid. How sad. He was still relatively young (68).
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    Randy Bachman should never follow Alvin Lee...........that's ridiculous.

    If you ever need a "routine surgery" (oxymoron), don't get it Spain.
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    Saw TYA during their 1975 US Tour and Slade opened for them. Alvin was an awesome guitarist, he had a show planned with Johnny Winter next month in Paris...RIP Al

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