Ten Years After formed in the early ’60s and achieved the height of their fame from their famed Woodstock appearance on through the early ’70s. With that, the popular incarnation of the band released nine best-selling albums, and gave the world “Love Like A Man”, “I’m Going Home”, “I’d Love To Change The World”, “Choo Choo Mama”, and “Rock and Roll Music To The World”. The band eventually called it quits. Alvin Lee, the guitarist extraordinaire for the band died in 2013.

On March 17, Chrysalis Records will celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Ten Years After‘s 1971 classic, A Space In Time. The new reissue will clothe itself with a new remix from the album’s original engineer, Chris Kimsey. The 50th Anniversary sets will fill 2CDs and 2LPs. DD will be available.

The separate discs will hold the new remix of the album, and a remaster of the original mix. There are no extra tracks. The 2LPs are Half-Speed Mastered pressed on 180g-weight vinyl. The included booklet will offer new notes by Chris Kimsey, Ric Lee, Leo Lyons, and Chick Churchill.

You can hear the 2022/2023 remix of “I’d Love To Change The World” below.

A Space In Time (50th Anniversary Remix) – Ten Years After

CD1 (Chris Kimsey 2022/2023 Mix)
01 One Of These Days
02 Here They Come
03 I’d Love To Change The World
04 Over The Hill
05 Baby Won’t You Let Me Rock ‘N’ Roll You
06 Once There Was A Time
07 Let The Sky Fall
08 Hard Monkeys
09 I’ve Been There Too
10 Uncle Jam

CD2 (Original Mix)
01 One Of These Days
02 Here They Come
03 I’d Love To Change The World
04 Over The Hill
05 Baby Won’t You Let Me Rock ‘N’ Roll You
06 Once There Was A Time
07 Let The Sky Fall
08 Hard Monkeys
09 I’ve Been There Too
10 Uncle Jam

By MARowe

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