Love - Forever Changes

ELEKTRA RECORDS

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Originally released in 1967, Forever Changes was the third and last album from the original line up of the band. Ranked at number 40 in Rolling Stone's 500 greatest albums of all time it is widely considered a landmark psychedelic masterpiece.

"It’s the sound of the band at the peak of their powers, capturing both the lightness and the latent darkness at the heart of the 60s’ counter-cultural explosion. Of course it’s Arthur Lee’s extraordinary songwriting that dominates, but second singer/guitarist Bryan Maclean is responsible for two of its most majestic cuts, mariachi-influenced opener ‘Alone Again Or’ and the elegiac ‘Old Man’. Beautifully orchestrated and produced to perfection by Elektra’s in-house bod Bruce Botnik, Forever Changes isn’t just Love’s best album, it’s arguably the best album of the 60s, period." factmag.com

45th anniversary edition pressed on 180gm vinyl, cut from the original analog master.

TRACKLIST:
  1. Alone Again Or
  2. A House Is Not A Motel
  3. Andmoreagain
  4. The Daily Planet
  5. Old Man
  6. The Red Telephone
  7. Maybe The People Would Be The Times Or Between Clark And Hilldale
  8. Live And Let Live
  9. The Good Humor Man He Sees Everything Like This
  10. Bummer In The Summer
  11. You Set The Scene

 


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