Thank you and kudos for that... Alvin Lee, and his band were underrated very much. So was Mott. I saw them both live in their prime, 1973, and both shows were unforgettable. TYA rocked a full house of 10K down to their sneakers, and Mott the Hoople headlined a show opened by Aerosmith and the New York Dolls. Ian and the gang rocked that town, hot'lanta. It was Hallows Eve wknd and we raided the costume closet at the theatre department at school on Hallows Eve weekend and headed to the show. Ian was playing a clear see-through guitar shaped like an H and the boys were in all their high-heeled finery. It was splendid, fun times indeed.