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Old 02-07-2018, 11:06 AM   #1
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Preview: "Forever Changes: 50th Anniversary Edition" - Love

Rhino Records has announced a special 50th anniversary of the album Forever Changes by Love.

The final album for the band in its original form, it was originally released on November 1, 1967 and included members Arthur Lee, Bryan MacLean, Johnny Echols, Ken Forssi and Michael Stewart along with a number of studio musicians including Carol Kaye, Don Randi, Billy Strange and Hal Blaine. In addition, Neil Young arranged the song "The Daily Planet".

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Re: Preview: "Forever Changes: 50th Anniversary Edition" - Love

I have the CD. I doubt that I want the mono mixes. I am absolutely sure I don't want the LP. I am past the "audiophile" phase of my life. I'll probably pass on this.
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Re: Preview: "Forever Changes: 50th Anniversary Edition" - Love

This album has been remastered and re-released over 20 times. More money grabs from the industry. Just go with the 2001 remastered version. Best sounding one.
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Re: Preview: "Forever Changes: 50th Anniversary Edition" - Love

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This album has been remastered and re-released over 20 times. More money grabs from the industry. Just go with the 2001 remastered version. Best sounding one.
I think you said it better than I did.
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Re: Preview: "Forever Changes: 50th Anniversary Edition" - Love

Love – Forever Changes 50th Anniversary Edition

For an album that sank commercially on release, sending its despairing creators heavily into hard drugs and heavy religion, Love’s third album has had some afterlife. A half-century on, Forever Changes is now very much revered, and its rejuvenation rehabilitated Arthur Lee all the way back to the world’s concert halls in the 2000s.

But is another Forever Changes reissue necessary, after expanded editions in 2001 (single CD) and 2008 (double CD)? Well, as with the questions posed in Lee’s lyrics, there’s no clear answer. There’s little here that hasn’t been heard before – only the backing track of “Live And Let Live” (interesting, but not essential) and an instrumental outtake of “Wonder People” (bustling, beautiful) are completely new – but what is here is undoubtedly the finest, most complete presentation of this masterpiece to date.

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