On the road to freedom

On the Road to Freedom
Mylon LeFevre
Released 2 November 1973
Recorded August 1973
Genre Folk rock
Length 38:30
Label Chrysalis
Producer Alvin Lee
Alvin Lee and Mylon LeFevre chronology

Rock & Roll Music to the World
On the Road to Freedom
In Flight
Singles from On the Road to Freedom
  1. "So Sad (No Love of His Own)"
    Released: 17 December 1973 (US); 19 April 1974 (UK)
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On the Road to Freedom is a 1973 album by Alvin Lee and Mylon LeFevre. Guest musicians include George Harrison, Steve Winwood, Jim Capaldi, Mick Fleetwood and Ron Wood. It was recorded at Alvin Lee's Space Studio in August 1973, apart from the song "So Sad", sessions for which took place at Harrison's Friar Park studio in nearby Henley-on-Thames.[1] The other standout tracks are "On the Road to Freedom", "Funny", "Carry My Load" and "Rockin' 'Til the Sun Goes Down".

Track listing

  1. "On the Road to Freedom" (Alvin Lee) – 4:13
  2. "The World is Changing (I Got a Woman Back in Georgia)" (Lee, Mylon LeFevre) – 2:45
  3. "So Sad (No Love of His Own)" (George Harrison) – 4:34
  4. "Fallen Angel" (Lee) – 3:20
  5. "Funny" (Lee) – 2:48
  6. "We Will Shine" (LeFevre) – 2:37
  7. "Carry My Load" (Lee) – 2:58
  8. "Lay Me Back" (LeFevre) – 2:53
  9. "Let 'Em Say What They Will" (Ron Wood) – 2:52
  10. "I Can't Take It" (LeFevre) – 2:51
  11. "Riffin'" (Lee, LeFevre) – 3:31
  12. "Rockin' 'Til the Sun Goes Down" (Lee, LeFevre) – 3:08



  • Producer: Alvin Lee
  • Recording Engineer: Harold Burgon/Andy Jaworski
  • Mixing: Alvin Lee
  • Photography: Andy Jaworski/Roger Lowe
  • Liner Notes: Chris Welch


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