Friday Talking Points -- I'd Love to Change the World
Our column's subtitle this week is a silent homage to guitarist Alvin Lee of the band Ten Years After, who sadly died this past week .
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#1 Mar 9, 2013
Alvin Lee's death has realy saddened me. To me he was in the top 5 great quitarists there ever was and really number one in his technique and his style. when i heard him play Im Going Home from the Woodstock festival I was 17 years old and I wanted to play like him. I practiced but I didnt have it. I truly believe when it comes to playing quitar you either have it or you dont. Mr. Lee had it! God Bless You Alvin Lee and rest n Peace Sir.
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