Ten Years After – I’d love to change the world (1971)

I'd Love To Change The World - Ten Years After

I’d Love To Change The World – Ten Years After

I’d Love To Change The World – Ten Years After (1971)

I’d Love to Change the World”  is a song by the British blues-rock band Ten Years After. Written by Alvin Lee, it is the leadsingle from the band’s 1971 album A Space in Time. It is the band’s most famous and popular song, as it was their only Top 40 hit, peaking at number 40 on the Billboard Hot 100.    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/I’d_Love_to_Change_the_World

I'd Love To Change The World - Ten Years After

I’d Love To Change The World – Ten Years After

I’d Love to Change the World” was the band’s highest charting single. It peaked at #40 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1971. When it was released, “I’d Love to Change the World” was staple of both FM and AM radio, a rarity for the time.

I'd Love To Change The World - Ten Years After

I’d Love To Change The World – Ten Years After

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One thought on “Ten Years After – I’d love to change the world (1971)

  1. Thank you for ‘bringing back the memories’ of days gone by in music. These artists are usually a great reminder of what was going on in the times socially, morally and politically.

    I hope that you will be able to achieve your goal someday of returning to the Philippines and if you do to visit the Servants of Charity there. Thank you for reading our blog.

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