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  1. Nov 04,  · This album includes George Harrison, Steve Winwood, and Jim Capaldi. Add Mylon LeFevre and Alvin Lee, and it was essentially a "supergroup" LP. When it was released in late , On the Road to Freedom was largely ignored by the listening public. Every song on the album is superb and reflects an uncommon combination of talent/5().
  2. Alvin Lee & Mylon LeFevre - On The Road To Freedom - Columbia Records - C (Stereo - ) This Lp also features the Original Gate-Fold Cover that opens up to reveal the title Lyrics and some black & white art-work/5().
  3. Mylon and Christi's new show that will help people deal with the daily issues that we all face by boldly sharing the TRUTH of God's Word that will keep them walking.
  4. Acoustic Guitar [Rhythm], Lead Vocals – Mylon LeFevre Drums – Ian Wallace Guitar, Bass, Backing Vocals – Alvin Lee Piano – Steve Winwood Written-By – Le Fevre* B/5(69).
  5. Bass – Ron Wood Guitar [Guitars], Backing Vocals – Alvin Lee Lead Vocals, Twelve-String Guitar, Backing Vocals – Mylon Le Fevre* Piano – Stevie Winwood* Written-By – Le Fevre /5(31).
  6. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for On the Road to Freedom - Alvin Lee, Mylon LeFevre on AllMusic -
  7. Although Mylon LeFevre, who was co-billed on that disc, is inexplicably M.I.A. (it would have been nice for Lee to mention him in his self-penned liner notes), the organic nature of this one does capture the nearly year-old album's rather loose, homespun structure that was such a departure from Ten Years After 's "I'm Going Home" boogie.
  8. Listen to your favorite songs from On the Road to Freedom by Alvin Lee & Mylon Lefevre Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
  9. In my opinion, one of Alvin Lee's best songs (maybe his very best) is the titular 'On the Road to Freedon'; with Mylon Le Fevre providing only backing vocals on this track, it effectively is Alvin Lee and Traffic (Steve Winwood on piano, Jim Capaldi on drums and Rebob on congas). Boy, is it one great song.

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