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Arthur Lee and his group of Los Angeles misfits dubbed Love transformed in front of everyone’s ears from an energetic punkish folk-rock group with their self-titled 1966 debut into an orchestrated psychedelic marvel with their third album, 1968’s Forever Changes. 1967’s Da Capo served as the living bridge, a satisfyingly schizophrenic collection that highlights the band’s initial energy (“Stephanie Knows Who,” “Seven and Seven Is”) with their emerging ornate melodicism and the full fruition of Lee’s tremendous songwriting (“Orange Skies,” “!Que Vida!” “She Comes In Colors”). By slowing the tempos, adding flute, clearing room for a cascading organ and Spanish guitar, and indulging Lee’s silky smooth vocals, the songs open in unforeseen directions. The sidelong jam “Revelation” is a 19-minute excursion that starts off tentatively with standard issue blues shouting but culminates in an inspired jazz-influenced, raga-style frenzy. It’s not as much of a revelation as, say, the album coming next, but it well demonstrates the band’s range.

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Good stuff.

Very enjoyable. If you liked Forever Changes you'll like this. But Forever Changes is the superior album.

Love Love

Every time I go back to the music of Love I am surprised; their music is endlessly inventive, fun, even dada... in the best sense, which is the highest praise. But unlike dada, it's not afraid to smile or cry. It out-dadas dada... pray you don't scorn it. (P.S. 'Revelation' is a revelation... if you like Love, you'll be able to appreciate it. It doesn't prevent this album from being a classic... it's brilliant music for subtle ears.)

Peace, Love, Happiness!!!

I found this album to be GREAT!! And the song - "Revelation" is totally awesome at 18 minutes. I was reluctant to buy the whole album but was curious and had to listen to it. The first side is Tracks 1-6 at about 18 minutes. Side 2 is "Revelation" and is very pleasant. So go ahead and buy the whole album!!!! Thank you Arthur Lee & Love.


Formed: 1965 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '00s

One of the best West Coast folk-rock/psychedelic bands, Love may have also been the first widely acclaimed cult/underground group. During their brief heyday -- lasting all of three albums -- they drew from Byrds-ish folk-rock, Stones-ish hard rock, blues, jazz, flamenco, and even light orchestral pop to create a heady stew of their own. They were also one of the first integrated rock groups, led by genius singer/songwriter Arthur Lee, one of the most idiosyncratic and enigmatic talents of the '60s....
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