Child in Time is the debut album by British jazz-rock fusion band Ian Gillan Band, released in 1976. The album took its title from the Deep Purple 1970 song "Child in Time", a version of which appears on side two of the LP. The album reached No. 36 on Swedish charts and No. 55 in UK. This was Ian Gillan's first release after leaving Deep Purple, and also features his former Deep Purple colleague bassist Roger Glover as album's producer.
Issued in a gatefold sleeve with lyrics on the inner spread. All tracks recorded at Musicland Studio, Munich All tracks mixed at Mountain Studio, Montreux. Ian Gillan Band - Child In Time has both sides mastered at Masterdisk. Matrix, Runout (Side B runout): 2490136 A//2 0 11 MASTERDISK OY-1-1602 A-1 .
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Ian gillan band child in time. the images must not be copied without the written permission of darker than blue. These pictures were taken either at Musicland studios in late 1975 during the recording of the Ian Gillan Band debut album Child In Time, or in Montreux in January 1976 during the mixing of the album - which seems more likely. Ian had his hair cut off some time prior to this but began to grow it back again prior to the live debut of the band
Studio album by Ian Gillan Band. The album was reissued on CD when Virgin Records reissued the entire Ian Gillan Band catalogue in 1989, but there was some doubt as to whether they had the rights to reissue this album, or what tape they used. A remastered CD of the album was released in May 2007 by Edsel with extensive sleeve notes written by Ian Gillan. In comparison to the remastered CD version, the original LP on vinyl has a better sound; especially the drums have more dynamics. On the remastered version, compression was used to make the CD louder (see Loudness War).