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In December 1970.

In December 1970, “Blue Thumb Records” released “False Start”, the sixth Love album. It was recorded in 1969, and was produced by Arthur Lee.

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On October 5, 1993.

On October 5, 1993, “Capitol” label released “So Tonight That I Might See” the second Mazzy Star studio album. It was recorded in 1993, and was produced by David Roback. 72 more words

"you set the scene" - love (1967)

I recently moved to a new neighborhood. For me, moving can sometimes be a stressful experience. There is a lot that goes into the process of relocating. 1,010 more words

Love, Revisited

Love Revisited

The Jazz Café, London

June 29th 2016

View: Standing at the back

Love Revisited is a combination of Baby Lemonade, Arthur Lee’s last and best backing band, and Johnnny Echols, the charismatic lead guitarist from the original Love line-up. 170 more words

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A Look Back At: Forever Changes

Since I picked this fantastic slice of sixties psychedelia up today at possibly the biggest maze of a car boot sale I’ve ever been to, I think its only right to dust off the keyboard and write a short piece on an LP that can pointedly be described, amongst other things, as acid soaked perfection. 378 more words

Review

Song of the Day, April 7: A House Is Not A Motel by Love

Today’s song is a dark warning about things that lurk beneath the surface. Love’s third album, Forever Changes, found band leader Arthur Lee convinced he was not long for the world. 191 more words

Song Of The Day