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This book is a must for any LOVE fans, and is maybe a trip for anyone who wants to learn about Arthur Lee.
This book delves into all of these areas (again using Lee's memoirs) and more,and the depth of detail is very enlightening,and sometimes harrowing.
"Forever Changes" focuses on Lee/Love's heyday in the mid 60's when Lee's band Love was the undisputed heaviest band on L.A.'s Sunset Strip.
I saw Arthur Lee's Love, where he had top billing and a skinny guy named Ozzie with his band, Black Sabbath, opened for him. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Khnum93
Well written detailed story of Arthur Lee and Love. It tells the good and bad about the events that took place.Published 5 months ago by albertbrockus
I really. loved this book! there is so little written on this incredible artist. I was amazed at how truly human he was his accomplishments and his failures all laid out here in... Read morePublished 9 months ago by c fisher
Excellent book about Arthur Lee, his musical career , and the band Love.
A lot is made of the Love 'Forever Changes' lp as being one of the best, as it is but it tends to... Read more
First off, I lived through the era when Love began (1960s). As a New Yorker I rarely knew of anyone who knew anything about the group; FM played them a little, but that was it. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Michael Hipius
Great, easy read. Full with crazy rock n roll stories of by gone days. Lots of insight into Love history. Nostalgic.... ... ...Published 20 months ago by Brian N. Tuley
There is so little information out there about Arthur Lee and Love: Love were definitely underated. This books gives the reader a hugh picture of how innovative and influencial... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Dana J. Russell
I always loved "LOVE" featuring Arthur Lee, met Arthur a couple of times, and my long-time friend Craig Tarwater played with an incarnation of LOVE and on Arthur's VINDICATOR... Read morePublished on July 29, 2011 by Legendary Burl Barer
I should be embarrassed: A child of the '60s, reasonably knowledgeable of all things regarding period rock with no clue about Love. How do you catch up on a lost opportunity? Read morePublished on March 15, 2011 by George Snell