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'The Olde World' - Michael Head And The Strands

New album with unreleased tracks and remixes from the sessions of classic album ‘The Magical World of The Strands’, produced by Oasis producer Mark Coyle. 663 more words


Coming Thru To You, The Live Recordings 1970 - 2004 Box Set - Arthur Lee & Love

Coming Through To You by Arthur Lee and Love is a 4CD boxset collection of rare live recordings from 1970-2004 released by RockBeat Records and produced by David Skye, with the blessing and participation of Diane Lee. 20 more words

Psychedelic Rock

6 Records That Kinda Creeped Me Out

Phyllis sat next to me on the sofa. Across the room, a record spun around on the stereo. “Whole Lotta Love” lasciviously rubbed up against my eight-year-old eardrums. 1,017 more words

Rock And Roll Music

Reel-To-Real (CD Reissue) by Love With Arthur Lee


Love with Arthur Lee

High Moon Records

Review by David Bowling

Arthur Lee, 1945-2006, was a brilliant and eclectic musician, songwriter, and band leader. His work with Love expanded the boundaries of American music as he fused psychedelic west coast sounds with funky rhythms. 157 more words

Cashbox Music Reviews

A Comprehensive Live Anthology from Arthur Lee's Love

Though the Los Angeles band Love never achieved wide acclaim during their late-sixties heyday or later, that probably had less to do with their music than with group leader Arthur Lee’s personal demons and love/hate relationship with celebrity. 583 more words

Album Reviews

Under The Bridge with The Magic Band

By Daniel Margrain

Review of The Magic Band, Under The Bridge, Chelsea, London, Friday, November 20. 

It was a bitterly cold night in west London. I had exited the tube at West Brompton and hadn’t taken into account the 20 minute walk to the venue. 1,708 more words



Reel to Real
High Moon Records
by David Chiu

Reel to Real, Love’s seventh studio album and released in 1974, is proof of how much Arthur Lee and Co.’s sound had evolved from the psychedelic, art-rock masterpiece of… 179 more words

CD Reviews