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You Told Me - Alvin Lee - Pump Iron! (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Feb 16,  · Category People & Blogs; Song You Told Me; Artist Alvin Lee; Album Pump Iron! Writers Alvin Lee; Licensed to YouTube by The Orchard Music, IODA (on behalf of Repertoire Records); PEDL, LatinAutor.
  2. Apr 16,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Alvin Lee - Pump Iron! at Discogs. Complete your Alvin Lee collection/5().
  3. Nov 21,  · Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises You Told Me · Alvin Lee The Anthology ℗ Repertoire Records Released on: Auto-generated by YouTube.
  4. The world was introduced to Alvin Lee and Ten Years After at Woodstock. Since then we've been blessed with great music from TYA and Alvin Lee as a solo artist. Every album Alvin Lee released was always met with anticipation hoping to see what new direction he might venture but always anchored in the roots of British blues. I've enjoyed Pump Iron/5(15).
  5. Apr 28,  · The world was introduced to Alvin Lee and Ten Years After at Woodstock. Since then we've been blessed with great music from TYA and Alvin Lee as a solo artist. Every album Alvin Lee released was always met with anticipation hoping to see what new direction he might venture but always anchored in the roots of British blues. I've enjoyed Pump Iron/5(15).
  6. The world was introduced to Alvin Lee and Ten Years After at Woodstock. Since then we've been blessed with great music from TYA and Alvin Lee as a solo artist. Every album Alvin Lee released was always met with anticipation hoping to see what new direction he might venture but always anchored in the roots of British blues. I've enjoyed Pump Iron/5(11).
  7. Let It Rock Originally released in on Chrysalis Records Remastered by Jon Astley and cut at Abbey Road Studios Alvin Lee always works with red hot drummers and one of the delights of this excellent album is the driving drum work of American funkster John Susswell, visiting England when Alvin was planning this solo effort.
  8. Alvin Lee always works with red hot drummers and one of the delights of this excellent album is the driving drum work of American funkster John Susswell, visiting England when Alvin was planning this solo effort. Vintage performances by the guitarist are sparked by a tasty rhythm section that includes stalwart bass player Alan Spenner.
  9. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Pump Iron! on Discogs/5(23).

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