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Editors’ Notes

Though Forever Changes found only a small audience in the general public, it was a sensation among Los Angeles’ psychedelic cognoscenti, and solidified Love’s status as the hippest band on the Sunset Strip. Four Sail, which combined the progressive, multi-part arrangement of Forever Changes with the lean, punkish aesthetic of early Love hits like “My Flash On You” and “7 and 7 Is” was something of a disappointment to Los Angeles scenesters who expected a reprise of Forever Changes' acoustic-laden psych, and who were likely disappointed by the departure of Love mainstays Bryan MacLean, Ken Forssi and Johnny Echols. Essentially an Arthur Lee solo effort, Four Sail finds Lee revisiting ideas from earlier Love efforts with a forceful intensity of purpose that prevents numbers like “Always See Your Face,” which boasts a chord progression similar to 1965’s “No Matter What You Do,” from sounding tired or derivative. Indeed Lee’s world-weary lyrics, coupled with his unnerving melodies and dour demeanor make Four Sail a convincingly harrowing exercise in late ‘60s disillusionment. Four Sail stands as a convincing rebuke to those Love fans that act as though the band’s discography ends with Forever Changes.

Customer Reviews

Its Trad Dad

Could there be anything better than the music?

My Personal Favorite Love LP

I guess I liked the Hendrix/Blue Cheer era more than the folkier 60's The distorted bass lines and fuzzy guitar was more appealing to me than the "Forever Changes" orchestration. They sounded like a mellower Jimi Hendrix Experience. In my opinion, some of Lee's greatest songwriting. "August" & "Nothing" I listen to daily, "Good times", Talking in my sleep" & "Always see your face" are fabulous. I owned the vinyl when I was in elementary school & still listen almost daily to the entire album.

First Rate Album

Don't sleep on this album. This was the first album after the original band's break-up. "Robert Montgomery" is pure psychedelica. However, "Good Times" and "Always See Your Face" are haunting ballads that never leave you. This is Arthur Lee at his best.


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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  • $12.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: 1969

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