Alvin Lee On The Hassles Of Being A Success
Caroline Boucher, Disc and Music Echo, 25 March 1972
ALVIN LEE is currently suffering from a surfeit of everything. He's had too much touring, too much hype, too much idolatry. Nowadays the band can't play without being drowned by screaming or a constant barrage of blue flash bulbs from photographers. They're hounded at airports and their records are bootlegged.
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