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Alvin Lee / Mylon LeFevre - On the Road to Freedom album mp3
Blues-Rock,British Blues,Regional Blues
  • Performer:
    Alvin Lee / Mylon LeFevre
  • Title:
    On the Road to Freedom
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Blues-Rock,British Blues,Regional Blues
  • Date of release:
    1973
  • Duration:
    42:07
  • Size FLAC version
    1186 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1278 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1246 megabytes
  • Rating:
    4.5
  • Votes:
    221
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On the Road to Freedom is an album by English rock musician Alvin Lee and American gospel singer Mylon LeFevre. Released in November 1973, it was the first solo project by Lee, who had achieved international success through his leadership of the blues rock band Ten Years After. The album was recorded at Lee's home studio in south Oxfordshire, which he and LeFevre built especially for the project

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1973 album by English rock musician Alvin Lee (from the band "Ten Years After") and American gospel rock singer Mylon LeFevre. Has been played on. Germany 19. BluesRock Cafe.

The standout tracks are "On the Road to Freedom", "Funny", "Carry My Load", and "Rockin' 'Til the Sun Goes Down". Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last. Connect to this site.

Credits

Bob Black - Guitar (Steel)
Boz - Bass, Vocals (Background)
Harold Burgon - Engineer
Jim Capaldi - Drums, Guest Artist, Percussion
Mick Fleetwood - Drums
Hari Georgeson - Bass, Guitar, Slide Guitar, Vocal Harmony
George Harrison - Guest Artist
Tim Hinckley - Organ, Piano, Vocals (Background)
Andy Jaworski - Cover Photo, Engineer
Barbara Jeffries - Artwork, Design, Inside Photo, Layout
Alvin Lee - Bass, Composer, Drums, Guitar, Guitars, Primary Artist, Sitar, Vocal Harmony, Vocals, Vocals (Background)
Mylon LeFevre - Bass, Composer, Guitar (12 String), Percussion, Primary Artist, Vocal Ad-Libs, Vocal Harmony, Vocals, Vocals (Background)
Roger Lowe - Artwork, Design, Inside Photo, Layout
Mike Patto - Percussion, Vocals (Background)
Rebop - Congas
Andy Stein - Fiddle
Ian Wallace - Drums
Steve Winwood - Guest Artist, Piano
Ron Wood - Bass, Composer, Drums, Guest Artist, Guitar (12 String), Guitars, Slide Guitar

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 On The Road To Freedom Alvin Lee Mylon LeFevre / Alvin Lee 4:15
2 The World Is Changing Mylon LeFevre / Alvin Lee Mylon LeFevre / Alvin Lee 2:47
3 So Sad (No Love Of His Own) Mylon LeFevre / Alvin Lee 4:36
4 Fallen Angel Alvin Lee Mylon LeFevre / Alvin Lee 3:22
5 Funny Alvin Lee Mylon LeFevre / Alvin Lee 2:50
6 We Will Shine Mylon LeFevre Mylon LeFevre / Alvin Lee 2:39
7 Carry My Load Alvin Lee Mylon LeFevre / Alvin Lee 3:00
8 Lay Me Back Mylon LeFevre Mylon LeFevre / Alvin Lee 2:55
9 Let 'Em Say What They Will Ron Wood Mylon LeFevre / Alvin Lee 2:53
10 I Can't Take It Mylon LeFevre Mylon LeFevre / Alvin Lee 2:53
11 Riffin Mylon LeFevre / Alvin Lee Mylon LeFevre / Alvin Lee 3:33
12 Rockin' Til The sun Goes Down Mylon LeFevre / Alvin Lee Mylon LeFevre / Alvin Lee 3:18
13 So Sad (No Love Of His Own) [Single Version] Mylon LeFevre / Alvin Lee 3:06

Eng.Men
If you're expecting more of the infamous Ten Years After rocking grooves you may be disappointed. The majority of this recording opts to take a different turn. Think rolling hills of mustard with lazy hazy sunshine. "On The Road To Freedom" offers a welcome blend of slide guitars, harmonies, and a non pretentious easy feeling throughout most of its 42 minutes. Roll down your windows, take in the breeze and warmth of an early 70s day in the country. If that's what you're seeking you'll not be disappointed. Track after track of buoyant beauties. It's ultimately a well crafted array of musical artistry. Compositions such as "I Can't Take It", "So Sad..", "We Will Shine" and "Lay Me Back" are worth the price of admission. If you're seeking the "Positive Vibrations" sound be sure and check out the back to back rockers "Riffin'" and "Rockin' Till The Sun Goes Down". These are two fine little rockers with a solid in your pocket groove. For those of you familiar with the laid back sounds of the Allman Brothers, Cowboy, Grin, Jayhawks, and Wilco..you may find this long forgotten gem a fine addition to your collection
Nargas
Alvin Lee stepped down from his day job as guitar god for Ten Years After to record this remarkably restrained solo album in 1973. Well not technically a solo record since American gospel singer/songwriter Mylon LeFevre is his hard-working co-star.Featuring a who's who of British rock stars including George Harrison and Steve Winwood, On The Road to Freedom is a consistent pleasure. Well-written, well-recorded and very well played. The title song is one of Lee's best-ever compositions.
Nnulam
This album should be recognized as a classic. Every song is a keeper. A roots rock album, alt-country before No Depression was a term. Fans of Uncle Tupelo and the subsequent Wilco and Sun Volt will be amazed at this 45 year old album. Give it a listen. How could it be bad, it's got George Harrison, Steve Winwood, Ron Wood, Mick Fleetwood, Mick Jagger all offering contributions. Good singin' and playin'.