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Da Capo [Extra tracks, Import, Original recording remastered]

LoveAudio CD
4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (64 customer reviews)

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (June 3, 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Extra tracks, Import, Original recording remastered
  • Label: Rhino/Wea UK
  • ASIN: B000066CQ9
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (64 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #17,359 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Stephanie Knows Who (Mono Mix)
2. Orange Skies (Mono Mix)
3. Que Vida (Mono Mix)
4. Seven And Seven Is (Mono Mix)
5. The Castle (Mono Mix)
6. She Comes In Colors (Mono Mix)
7. Revelation (Mono Mix)
8. Stephanie Knows Who (Stereo Mix)
9. Orange Skies (Streo Mix)
10. Que Vida (Stereo Mix)
11. Seven And Seven Is (Stereo Mix)
12. The Castle (Stereo Mix)
13. She Comes In Colors (Stereo Mix)
14. Revelation (Stereo Mix)
15. Seven And Seven Is (Bonus Track) (Tracking Session)

Editorial Reviews

2002 reissue of 1967 classic features the original seven tracks in mono & stereo with 'Seven & Seven Is' (Tracking Session) added as a bonus.

Customer Reviews

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27 of 28 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars It must be Love... February 14, 2004
Format:Audio CD
This cd is truly a measure of how big a Love fan you are... 6 of the 7 tracks from _Da Capo_ appear on the excellent _Love Story_ anthology, so if you're buying this for "Revelation", I think the word "fanatic" can safely be applied to you (grin).
Personally, I think the seven-person lineup heard here was Love's best. Side one is perhaps the best 17 minutes of music the group ever made. The arrival of Tijay Cantrelli (woodwinds) and Michael Stuart (drums) really expanded their sound and raised the level of musicianship. Nowhere is this more eveident than on "Revelation", that sprawling reminder of a bygone era. The song is too long and never really goes anywhere, but Stuart's drumming and Cantrelli's saxophone solo are definitely worth listening for (John Echolls complains loudly in the liner notes that Paul Rothschild ruined the song by moving sections of it around, but, really, it's hard to imagine it having turned out too much differently).
As always, Rhino's packaging and sound are excellent. I thought hearing the remastered stereo mix would prove them wrong for having used the mono one on _Love Story_, but... they were right, the mono does sound better (except "Revelation").
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars When I read MusicFan's review I had to laugh... October 2, 2009
By robort
Format:Audio CD
When I read MusicFan's review I had to laugh... His opinion of each track on the "DaCapo" album was favorable, except for the "Revelation" track. I had to laugh because that sounded so familiar to me and brought back some memories connected with encountering that track in particular.
I purchased the LP in the sixties when it came out. I liked all the cuts until the screaming "Revelation" track side came up. I yanked it off the turntable and never played that side again (it's a long track which comprised the entirety of side 2), until... several years later, one evening, a conglomeration of friends were over and we had a stack of records queued. Candles lit and "feeling no pain" eventually so happened "Revelation" began playing (someone had flipped the records such that the wrong side of that record was up). I didn't recognize the music and wondered "is that one of my mine???"
Long story shorter, we were all totally mesmerized. I've come to understand, appreciate and enjoy this track, from it's glaring "supernova" assent to rhythmic descending trails. Something like skydiving, once you come to like it...
People who know about "Love" usually agree, their music was amazingly original and far ahead of it's time.
DA CAPO by Love is a great experience. I wouldn't be without it, especially Revelation!
Arthur Taylor Lee led an incredible life navigating extreme highs and lows. He left his mark on music...

Post Script: First time I heard LedZeppelin tracks: "didn't like all the screaming" and stashed the album away (deja vu all over again). A couple of years passed and I experienced a complete reversal. Zeppelin became my favorite group for years (especially that first album). Saw them at the Forum in '75. They came to the stage and got down to business. The music was flying, diving and crawling, hot molten melting flowing for hours. Straight ahead - all out - 'til they brought it back in for a landing and left the building...
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Sophmore LOVE is NOT second Best! August 13, 2006
Format:Audio CD
After the excellent, self-titled debut, it was hard to imagine that Arthur Lee and LOVE could top their pro-punkish selves on their second effort. While "Da Capo" is not as hard-edged and raw as "Love" was, it still packs plenty of punch.

This album is worth buying just for the over-the-top rampage of "7 And 7 Is." This track alone is so far ahead of its time (an influential to boot) it became a true blueprint for what the punks of the 70's were trying to build on. The Sex Pistols, Ramones, Television and Clash all owed a lot of their material and sound to this song and this band. (Their have been many excellent covers of this song; the best being from Alice Cooper on 1981's "Special Forces.")

"Stephanie Knows Who," "Orange Skies," "The Castle," and "She Comes In Colors" are all excellent and (individually and collectively) can hold their own against anything in the bands catalog. "Revelation," which took up the entire second side of the original album, has often been critisized as being bloated, unessissary, and non-essential. However, the more you hear it the more it shows its merit. It may very well be the weakest track, but it is worthwhile as the Arthur and company try to spread their creative wings a bit and get away from the three-minute sing format.

Love would next go on to create their masterpiece, "Forever Changes." But, "Da Capo" was an essential second step in the creative process for this top shelf band of the psychedelic era. Love far outdistanced most of their contemporaries in almost every way. "Da Capo" is proof positive of that.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Return to the beggining April 28, 2002
Format:Audio CD
Love are a really great and important band with every right to at least two slots in your CD rack. Da Capo is not, for me at least, such a rounded masterpiece as Forever Changes but however easy it may be to pick fault in "Revelation" all of the songs on the first side of Da Capo are perfectly crafted pop gems. I noticed that a couple of other reviewers thought that "Stephanie knows who" sounds like "What's new Pussycat". I must admit that I thought exactly the same thing, although the opener to Love's second album is certainly less innocent than Tom Jones' playful pop tune. "Orange skies" is sublime, as is "iQUE VIDA!". "Seven and seven is" (later covered by the Ramones) is a brilliant two minute torrent of proto-punk angst, topped off with a nuclear ending. "The Castle" is a lesson in jam-packed-with-melody three minute songs and "She comes in colours" has a hookline that boast one of pop's most unusual lyrics: "Whoa,whoa,whoa, my love she comes in colours/you can tell her from the clothes she wears". I'm pretty sure I've never heard a song with that particular subject matter. That's side one, superb song writing, dreamy arrangements and hippy lyrics. The reason I can't give Da Capo five stars is for the weaker parts of "revelation". It contains a lot of very listenable jamming, along the same lines as the Stone's "Goin' home". Then Arthur Lee takes the liberty of screaming for a few minutes. He sounds like a socially retarded, almost unbearably obnoxious and audacious, bearded hippy having a very loud orgasm. This is just not acceptable. It's not that I'm against people having orgasms on record (Clare Torry does it to great effect on Darkside of the Moon) but Lee sounds like such an imbecile and creates so little melody that all it does here is make you feel embarassed on his behalf. Read more ›
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Great, it's Fantastic.
Published 1 month ago by Daniel H
5.0 out of 5 stars The best Love album
The best Love album. Of course Revelation is excessive and sounds like stoned slackers bashing around. I think it was the first album with a side long song. Read more
Published 1 month ago by James
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Very good, very pleased.
Published 1 month ago by Kojakone
5.0 out of 5 stars the best this disc will ever sound. 7 and 7 is
Even though Arthur Lee sings flat from time to time, the sound quality of the remastering is unbelievable. some great songs and some not so hot but then that was Love.
Published 3 months ago by Allan K. Betz
1.0 out of 5 stars Avoid This CD
I originally purchased this Album in 1967 because of their excellent first album and because I liked the single 7X7 Is. Read more
Published 6 months ago by donald skaar
1.0 out of 5 stars Ultra Poor Quality !
Can't even listen to it thru all the static and white noise. I'm sure the music is great if i could hear it. Wouldn't even give it 1 star.
Published 6 months ago by cfisher4life
5.0 out of 5 stars A Little Known Treasure
I still have the original LP that I have always loved. But this has obviously been re-mastered and they did a great job. Read more
Published 6 months ago by Peter A.
3.0 out of 5 stars doesn't come close to Forever Changes
Ok, very few albums come close to "Forever Changes". This album does have two excellent songs: "7 and 7 is" and "Que Vida". Read more
Published 6 months ago by Stephen Maestas
5.0 out of 5 stars I watched this be recorded
Was at the studio several times when this was recorded so I had to add the CD to my collection. Don't have a turntable to play my old albums.
Published 7 months ago by kathleenkaiser
5.0 out of 5 stars Still holds up
This is a classic Love album. It combines Rock, Jazz and Heavy Metal....this was a time when there were many three chord bands and only a few true musicians. Read more
Published 10 months ago by Bob
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