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Forever Changes (2015 Remaster)

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The history of rock is full of bands that go unnoticed, along with their all-too neglected albums… Love and their record Forever Changes are at the front of the peloton in that category. Released in November 1967, this third studio album by the Californian quintet rivals some of the greatest records by The Beatles, The Rolling Stones or The Kinks because it offers a unique alternative. The ingenious and elusive Arthur Lee mixed together every genre imaginable on the album, from pop, jazz, folk and flamenco to psychedelic rock, psychedelia and classical music. With a touch of baroque, we find rather daring and audacious brass and string arrangements by David Angel. Carried by Lee's whirling voice and Bryan MacLean's clear guitars, Love created a record that is melancholic at some points, cheerful at others, but always very profound. The eclectic sound stems from its authors; Lee veers towards more bluesy rock melodies while MacLean is open to plural sonorities, whether they are classical or world music... The Summer of Love dismantled its tent for a few months and Forever Changes, an album that meanders between baroque pop and psychedelic folk, became the soundtrack of the disillusionment of America and its citizens. They were still dreamers, just perhaps aware of the fact that years to come wouldn’t be quite so multicoloured. In short, this album fuses the sublime with the sinister, and the years slide past this masterpiece without ever eroding its beauty. © Marc Zisman/Qobuz

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1
Alone Again Or 2015 Remaster
00:03:17

LOVE, MainArtist - Bruce Botnick, Producer - Jac Holzman, Executive Producer - Arthur Lee, Producer, Vocals - Bryan Maclean, Guitar - John Echols, Guitar - Ken Forssi, Bass Guitar - MICHAEL STUART, Percussion - Andrew MacLean, Writer

© 1967 Elektra Records ℗ 1967 Elektra/Asylum Records

2
A House Is Not a Motel 2015 Remaster
00:03:31

LOVE, MainArtist - Bruce Botnick, Producer - Jac Holzman, Executive Producer - Arthur Lee, Composer, Lyricist, Producer, Arranger, Vocals - Bryan Maclean, Guitar - John Echols, Guitar - Ken Forssi, Bass Guitar - MICHAEL STUART, Percussion

© 1967 Elektra Records ℗ 1967 Elektra/Asylum Records

3
Andmoreagain 2015 Remaster
00:03:21

LOVE, MainArtist - Bruce Botnick, Producer - Jac Holzman, Executive Producer - Arthur Lee, Composer, Lyricist, Producer, Arranger, Vocals - Bryan Maclean, Guitar - John Echols, Guitar - Ken Forssi, Bass Guitar - MICHAEL STUART, Percussion

© 1967 Elektra Records ℗ 1967 Elektra/Asylum Records

4
The Daily Planet 2015 Remaster
00:03:30

LOVE, MainArtist - Bruce Botnick, Producer - Jac Holzman, Executive Producer - Arthur Lee, Producer, Arranger, Vocals, Writer - Bryan Maclean, Guitar - John Echols, Guitar - Ken Forssi, Bass Guitar - MICHAEL STUART, Percussion

© 1967 Elektra Records ℗ 1967 Elektra/Asylum Records

5
Old Man 2015 Remaster
00:03:02

LOVE, MainArtist - Bruce Botnick, Producer - Jac Holzman, Executive Producer - Arthur Lee, Producer, Arranger - Bryan Maclean, Composer, Guitar, Vocals - John Echols, Guitar - Ken Forssi, Bass Guitar - MICHAEL STUART, Percussion

© 1967 Elektra Records ℗ 1967 Elektra/Asylum Records

6
The Red Telephone 2015 Remaster
00:04:44

LOVE, MainArtist - Bruce Botnick, Producer - Jac Holzman, Executive Producer - Arthur Lee, Composer, Lyricist, Producer, Arranger, Vocals - Bryan Maclean, Guitar - John Echols, Guitar - Ken Forssi, Bass Guitar - MICHAEL STUART, Percussion

© 1967 Elektra Records ℗ 1967 Elektra/Asylum Records

7
Maybe the People Would Be the Times or Between Clark and Hilldale 2015 Remaster
00:03:34

LOVE, MainArtist - Bruce Botnick, Producer - Jac Holzman, Executive Producer - Arthur Lee, Composer, Lyricist, Producer, Arranger, Vocals - Bryan Maclean, Guitar - John Echols, Guitar - Ken Forssi, Bass Guitar - MICHAEL STUART, Percussion

© 1967 Elektra Records ℗ 1967 Elektra/Asylum Records

8
Live and Let Live 2015 Remaster
00:05:26

LOVE, MainArtist - Bruce Botnick, Producer - Jac Holzman, Executive Producer - Arthur Lee, Composer, Lyricist, Producer, Arranger, Vocals - Bryan Maclean, Guitar - John Echols, Guitar - Ken Forssi, Bass Guitar - MICHAEL STUART, Percussion

© 1967 Elektra Records ℗ 1967 Elektra/Asylum Records

9
The Good Humor Man He Sees Everything Like This 2015 Remaster
00:03:08

LOVE, MainArtist - Bruce Botnick, Producer - Jac Holzman, Executive Producer - Arthur Lee, Composer, Lyricist, Producer, Arranger, Vocals - Bryan Maclean, Guitar - John Echols, Guitar - Ken Forssi, Bass Guitar - MICHAEL STUART, Percussion

© 1967 Elektra Records ℗ 1967 Elektra/Asylum Records

10
Bummer in the Summer 2015 Remaster
00:02:24

LOVE, MainArtist - Bruce Botnick, Producer - Jac Holzman, Executive Producer - Arthur Lee, Composer, Lyricist, Producer, Arranger, Vocals - Bryan Maclean, Guitar - John Echols, Guitar - Ken Forssi, Bass Guitar - MICHAEL STUART, Percussion

© 1967 Elektra Records ℗ 1967 Elektra/Asylum Records

11
You Set the Scene 2015 Remaster
00:06:49

LOVE, MainArtist - Bruce Botnick, Producer - Jac Holzman, Executive Producer - Arthur Lee, Composer, Lyricist, Producer, Arranger, Vocals - Bryan Maclean, Guitar - John Echols, Guitar - Ken Forssi, Bass Guitar - MICHAEL STUART, Percussion

© 1967 Elektra Records ℗ 1967 Elektra/Asylum Records

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The history of rock is full of bands that go unnoticed, along with their all-too neglected albums… Love and their record Forever Changes are at the front of the peloton in that category. Released in November 1967, this third studio album by the Californian quintet rivals some of the greatest records by The Beatles, The Rolling Stones or The Kinks because it offers a unique alternative. The ingenious and elusive Arthur Lee mixed together every genre imaginable on the album, from pop, jazz, folk and flamenco to psychedelic rock, psychedelia and classical music. With a touch of baroque, we find rather daring and audacious brass and string arrangements by David Angel. Carried by Lee's whirling voice and Bryan MacLean's clear guitars, Love created a record that is melancholic at some points, cheerful at others, but always very profound. The eclectic sound stems from its authors; Lee veers towards more bluesy rock melodies while MacLean is open to plural sonorities, whether they are classical or world music... The Summer of Love dismantled its tent for a few months and Forever Changes, an album that meanders between baroque pop and psychedelic folk, became the soundtrack of the disillusionment of America and its citizens. They were still dreamers, just perhaps aware of the fact that years to come wouldn’t be quite so multicoloured. In short, this album fuses the sublime with the sinister, and the years slide past this masterpiece without ever eroding its beauty. © Marc Zisman/Qobuz

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