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Love - Always See Your Face (1969)


Another song that has been used to great effect on screen is Love’s Always See Your Face. It closed the band’s (or more factually it was really Arthur Lee’s) 1969 album… 43 more words


Hell in the Headlights

I found another example of what is often referred to as a memorial cabinet card and I am confident that this one was not created as a mourning photo or funeral handout.  239 more words

206. Maybe the People Would Be the Times or Between Clark and Hilldale

“Second of two in a row from Love‘s 1967 masterpiece Forever Changes, because it really is an album (as opposed to a collection of songs). 117 more words

All Vinyl Apocalypse

207. alone again or

“I don’t believe I heard Love’s Forever Changes until at least the 1990s. Not consciously anyway, because it is the kind of album that might’ve just slipped by. 100 more words

All Vinyl Apocalypse

1001 Albums #83 & #84

I have just made a decision. Since the band Love has two albums in the year of 1967 according to 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die… 371 more words

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