A Space in Time was Ten Years After's best-selling album, due primarily to the strength of "I'd Love to Change the World," the band's only hit single, and one of the most universal AM and FM radio cuts of the summer of 1971. TYA's first album for Columbia, A Space in Time has more of a pop-oriented feel than any of their previous releases had. The individual cuts are shorter, and Alvin Lee displays a broader instrumental palette than before. Actually, most part of the disc's songs are built around acoustic guitar riffs. Anyway, there are still a couple of barn-burning jams. The beginning track, "One of These Days," is a especially very hot workout, featuring lengthy harmonica and guitar solos. After the opener, however, the album settles back into a more relaxed mood than one would have expected from Ten Years After. Many of the cuts make effective use of dynamic shifts, and the guitar solos are generally more understated than on previous outings. The production on A Space in Time is crisp and clean, a sound quite different from the denseness of its predecessors.
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