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Ten Years After was founded in 1966 by keyboardist Chick Churchill, drummer Ric Lee, guitarist Alvin Lee and bassist Leo Lyons. The band experimented with a psychedelic sound during the late sixties through the early seventies along with their career making performance at Woodstock which introduced themselves to music fans in America.
During that era, Ten Years After charted several albums in the United States such as Watt [MOVLP1096] Cricklewood Green and A Space in Time. They also managed to chart two Top 40 singles: "Love Like A Man" and "I'd Love To Change The World."
Rock & Roll Music to the World is their seventh album, released in 1972. Here, Ten Years After expanded on their boogie base and continued the hits. The title cut was the hit, and they continued to groove along in the boogie atmosphere.