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ARTHUR LEE & LOVE - " Coming Through To You: The Live Recordings (1970-2004) Record Store Dy Release 2018

Arthur Lee was a famously mercurial bandleader. He turned down the Monterey Pop Festival, Woodstock and the Ed Sullivan Show, believing his music should have top billing or none at all. 515 more words


No.71 Love - Forever Changes

I first became aware of Arthur Lee in the early 1990’s after reading a live review of a show of his in my beloved Melody Maker. 1,070 more words

Love You Forever

Since Valentine’s Day is almost upon us, I thought it might be appropriate to talk about one of my favorite groups–Love–as well as their history and their shamefully overlooked significance. 659 more words

A House is Not a Motel – Love

Laurel Canyon, a rural idyll ten minutes from Hollywood and The Strip, became widely populated after it was settled by developers in the 1920s, who built weekend and vacation properties for wealthy Angelenos intending to spend their leisure time hunting up in the mountains. 707 more words


LOVE - " Forever Changes " 50th Anniversary Edition Box Set

Released just months after the so-called 1968 Summer of Love, Forever Changes was the third studio album by the group simply and boldly called Love… 461 more words


Sonic Gems: Love - Forever Changes

The American rock group Love was most prominent in the late 1960s and early 1970s.  They were led by singer/songwriter Arthur Lee although some of their best known songs were written by Bryan MacLean.  99 more words

Thought For The Day

Arthur Lee’s Love Shine on Newly Unearthed 2003 Concert Recording

Though live material from Arthur Lee’s brilliant rock band Love was in short supply for decades, the situation has changed in recent years. You’ll still have trouble finding much from the lineup that issued Love’s classic quartet of early albums between 1966 and 1969; but the good news is that group prime mover Arthur Lee—who died of cancer in 2006—performed Love’s material with a fine new outfit beginning in 1993 and, sometimes, the tapes were rolling. 645 more words

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