Alvin Lee - Ten Years After Gigs 1971

Ten Years After continue their life on the road, playing to large enthusiastic audiences in the U.S. and Europe, and they tour the U.K. for the fiirst time in 18 months.

Alvin Lee 1971

January 1971 - Circus Krone/Munich, Germany
Love Like A Man, No Title, Once There Was A Time, Slow Blues In C , Hobbit, One Of These Days,
She Lies In The Morning, I'm Going Home, Sweet Little Sixteen.


January 14, 1971 - Deutschlandhalle/Berlin, Germany
Love Like A Man, No Title, Once There Was A Time (Alvin says,"), Slow Blues In C (different lyrics), Hobbit, One Of These Days, "You're Walking Around With Your Head In The Sky" (actual title unknown, a rare number never released on an LP -), I'm Going Home.


February 26, 1971 - Gothenburg Concert Hall/Gothenburg, Sweden


February 27, 1971 - K. B. Hallen/Copenhagen, Denmark
Love Like A Man, No Title, Once There Was A Time, Hobbit, One Of These Days, "You're Walking Around With Your Head In The Sky" (introduced as "another new one"), She Lies In The Morning , I'm Going Home.


February 28, 1971 - Music Hall/Hamburg, Germany


March 1971 - Brussels, Belgium
The concert is performed without Chick Churchill who was ill.


March 5, 1971 - Circus Krone-Bau, Munich Germany
Mick Abrahams Band opens the show for TYA


March 7 & 8, 1971 - Germany


March 9, 1971 - Halle Munsterland/Munster, Germany


March 10, 1971 - Hall 16 du Wacken/Strasbourg, France


March 13, 1971 - Montreaux, Casino
Set List: Love Like a Man, No Title, Once There Was a Time, Slow Blues in C, Hobbit, One of These Days (20 min. version), She Lies in the Morning, I'm Going Home, Baby Won't You Let Me Rock 'n Roll You,


March 17, 1971 - PalaEuropa/Rome, Italy
Love Like A Man, No Title, Once There Was A Time, Slow Blues In C, Hobbit, One Of These Days, I'm Going Home.


April 8, 1971 - Cobo Hall/Detroit, Michigan


April 14, 1971 - Coliseum/Indianapolis, Indiana


April 16, 1971 - Boston Garden/Boston, Massachusetts
Supporting acts are Cactus and Humble Pie.


April 18, 1971 - State Fair Coliseum/Syracuse, New York


April 20, 1971 - Fillmore East/New York City, New York
Love Like A Man, No Title, Silly Thing, Once There Was A Time (introduced by Alvin as "a new song you've never heard before"), Slow Blues In C, Hobbit, One Of These Days ( She Lies In The Morning, I'm Going Home, Sweet Little Sixteen, Good Morning Little School Girl. (The opening act was the J. Geils Band).


Friday, April 23, 1971
Pirates World, Dania FL


April 26, 1971 Montreal Forum, Monttreal Quebec, Canada


April 28, 1971 - Memorial Coliseum/Portland, Oregon
The opening act is Ball 'N' Jack.


April 30 , 1971 - Winterland/San Francisco, California
The supporting acts were Elixir and Grootna.


May 1, 1971 - Fillmore East/New York City, New York


May 2, 1971 - Long Beach Arena/Long Beach, California
The concert is sold out and 400 disappointed fans are cleared out with tear gas after engaging in a bottle throwing spree.


May 1971 - L. A. Forum/Los Angeles, California
Love Like A Man, No Title, Once There Was A Time, Slow Blues In C (the song now has the familiar lyrics heard on the Recorded Live LP), One Of These Days, Hobbit, She Lies In The Morning, I'm Going Home, Sweet Little Sixteen.


July 24, 1971 - Dallas Memorial Auditorium, Dallas TX


August 1, 1971 - Merriweather Post Pavillion/Columbia, Maryland
The opening act is Mylon LeFevre & Holy Smoke.


August 1971 - Gaelic Park/Bronx, New York City
The opening act is the Edgar Winter Band. One Of These Days, No Title, Once There Was A Time, Here They Come, Hobbit, Slow Blues In C, Hard Monkeys, I Can't Keep From Crying Sometimes, I'm Going Home, Baby Won't You Let Me Rock & Roll You. T


August 20 & 21, 1971 - Paramount Northwest/Seattle, Washington


August 28, 1971 Kiel Auditorium, St. Louis MO


September 14, 1971 - Bristol, England


September 15, 1971 - Philharmonic Hall/Liverpool, England


September 16, 1971 - City Hall/Newcastle, England


September 18 & 19, 1971 - Coliseum Theater/London, England
On Saturday, Ten Years After are the first to play a midnight show at London's famous Coliseum Theater.


September 20, 1971 - Guildhall/Southhampton, England


September 22, 1971 - De Montford Hall/Leicester, England


September 26, 1971 - Free Trade Hall/Manchester, England


September 27, 1971 - St. George's Hall/Bradford, England


September 28, 1971 - City Hall/Sheffield, England


October 4, 1971 - Town Hall/Birmingham, England


October 29, 1971 - Montreal Forum, Montreal Canada
TYA replace Deep Purple, who had to cancel due to Ritchie Blackmore illness


November 1, 1971 - Boston Garden/Boston, Massachusetts
Ten Years After start their 12th tour of America. The set list for this concert is: One Of These Days, No Title,Once There Was A Time, Good Morning Little School Girl, Hobbit, Slow Blues In C, Jam, Classical Thing, Scat Thing, I Can't Keep From Crying Sometimes, I'm Going Home, Baby Won't You Let Me Rock & Roll You. She Lies In The Morning has been replaced in the set with an extended jam.


November 2, 1971 - Hara Arena, Dayton OH


November 10, 1971 - L. A. Forum/Los Angeles, California
One Of These Days, No Title, Once There Was A Time, Good Morning Little Schoolgirl, Hobbit, Slow Blues In C, Jam (Alvin says,"we've been doing a jam every night, this is another in a series"), Classical Thing, Scat Thing, I Can't Keep From Crying Sometimes, I'm Going Home, Baby Won't You let Me Rock & Roll You.


November 12, 1971 - Winterland/San Francisco, California

November 13, 1971 - Honolulu International Center


November 16, 1971 - Denver Coliseum, Denver CO


November 21, 1971 - Duke University Indoor Stadium, Charlotte NC
Yes is the opener


November 20-28, 1971 - Fiesta del Sol, Puerto Rico
In addition to Ten Years After, also appearing during the seven day festival are: the Allman Brothers, the Beach Boys, the Chambers Brothers, Ike & Tina Turner, John Mayall, Jose Feliciano, Lamb, Mountain, Poco, Procol Harum, Richie Havens and Stevie Wonder.


December 1971 - R.A.I./Amsterdam, Holland - December 1971
One Of These Days, No Title, Once There Was A Time, Good Morning Little School Girl, Hobbit, Classical Thing, Scat Thing, I Can't Keep From Crying Sometimes, Silly Thing, I'm Going Home, Sweet Little Sixteen.


"I'd Love To Change The World"/Columbia Records Promo Film (1971)
This 16mm film promo was released by Columbia Records in 1971 to promote the "Space In Time" LP. It originally aired on a U.S. TV show in 1971, and later reappeared in a 1989 German TV special about the reformation of Ten Years After.