- Oct 31, 2008
- Middle TN
A Space in Time, the 1971 album from British rock band Ten Years After, is #7 in the continuing SDE Surround Series of exclusive Blu-ray Audios with Dolby Atmos Mixes.
The 1971 album is being reissued (belatedly) for its 50th anniversary. It was the group’s sixth, and best-selling album, featuring their best-known track ‘I’d Love To Change The World’, which is used regularly on film and TV (most recently in David O. Russell’s 2022 film Amsterdam). A Space in Time saw the band taking a more melodic direction from previous releases and showcased the band at their peak.
The Blu-ray Audio is only available via SDE and is packed with great content, as follows:
- New Dolby Atmos Mix
- 5.1 Mix (DTS HD-Master Audio 5.1)
- 1973 Quad Mix (DTS HD-Master Audio 4.0)
- 2023 Chris Kimsey Stereo Mix (48/24)
- Flat transfer of the Original 1971 Mix (48/24)
Here’s the now traditional reminder as to why this product is highly recommended:
- It’s the only way to enjoy the Dolby Atmos mix of the album via a physical product
- You don’t need to sign-up to a streaming service such as Tidal or Apple Music to hear the spatial audio mix
- The Atmos Mix on the blu-ray is not compressed due to streaming bandwidth restrictions
- You own the product, you are not renting it from a digital service provider
- The blu-ray audio is an excellent format for music and you don’t want to see it die off
- Supporting SDE with these initiatives leads to similar collaborations with labels/artists and we are keen to bring your more in the near future
A Space in Time will be released on 17 March 2023 and is a collaboration between SDE and Chrysalis Records. This item will ship with a free, collectible SDE Surround Series slipcase.