Ilene Proctor PR
Justice Through Music, www.jtmp.org, a national non-profit has teamed up with the activist band Op-Critical in a cool music video about how people can “change the world” and save the environment by getting involved.
The video is a remake of the classic Ten Years After song, “I’d Love To Change The World,” with updated lyrics and a new arrangement with an added guitar solo at the end. The original 1971 version was made famous by Alvin Lee’s scorching guitar, and Op-Critical pays homage to Lee in this remake.
Justice Through Music urges people and organizations to embed and spread the video. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9D0bdW8Fs2U
An interesting piece of trivia about this song is that ex-Minnesota Senator Norm Coleman worked for the band Ten Years After as a roadie when this song was originally released.
Source: Justice Through Music, www.jtmp.org