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Stonedhenge

by Ten Years After

Stonedhenge by Ten Years After

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Stonedhenge

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Pigeonholed as a bunch of young, hairy Brits ripping off American bluesmen, the early Ten Years After were far more into studio experimentation than ever given credit for. Stonedhenge, released in 1969, is littered with touches of psychedelia, world music and progressive rock. The album's two crowning achievements, "Going to Try" and "Hear Me Calling," are moody, extended jams rivaling anything from the Groundhogs and Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac.

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Pigeonholed as a bunch of young, hairy Brits ripping off American bluesmen, the early Ten Years After were far more into studio experimentation than ever given credit for. Stonedhenge, released in 1969, is littered with touches of psychedelia, world music and progressive rock. The album's two crowning achievements, "Going to Try" and "Hear Me Calling," are moody, extended jams rivaling anything from the Groundhogs and Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac.

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About This Album

Pigeonholed as a bunch of young, hairy Brits ripping off American bluesmen, the early Ten Years After were far more into studio experimentation than ever given credit for. Stonedhenge, released in 1969, is littered with touches of psychedelia, world music and progressive rock. The album's two crowning achievements, "Going to Try" and "Hear Me Calling," are moody, extended jams rivaling anything from the Groundhogs and Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac.