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psychedelic folk-rock pioneers most fully realized studio effort, it was produced by band cofounder/frontman Arthur Lee and The Doors engineer/producer Bruce
Botnick, and released by Elektra in early 68. Rhino s new two-disc COLLECTOR S EDITION revisits this all-time classic, building on its mind-expanding brilliance with over an hour of previously unreleased and rare bonus material, including an
alternate mix of the entire album.
2-CD deluxe, expanded COLL ECTOR S EDITION of Love s
1968 masterpiece. Disc One presents the original album, remastered to
sound better than ever. Highlights include Alone AgainOr, Andmoreagain, The Red Telephone, and Live And Let Live.
c Disc Two features over 77 minutes of additional audio content, most of it previously unreleased. Bonus
material includes an alternate mix of the entire album, previously unissued except for the stand-out closing track, You Set The Scene. Also features ten additional tracks including previously unreleased outtakes of Wonder People (Do I Wonder) and Wooly Bully, a
mono remix of Alone Again Or, tracking sessions highlights from The Red Telephone and more.
c Deluxe DigiPak features a special collector s edition o-card plus a 20-page book with rare photos and
new liner notes
Top Customer Reviews
But do not be fooled. This is not a sad album in any way. Like how that totally awesome album cover portrays, it is life itself, a swirling menagerie of colors, moods and emotions. Can anyone doubt this after the way the first song, "Alone again or" begins with that quiet accoustic guitar and then knocks you right out in the middle with that majestic horn solo?
Throughout the album, our singer is sad, but never downtrodden. There is a perkiness even in the really delicate songs like "Andmoreagain" and "The Good Humor Man He Sees Everything Like This"-the latter one of the most gorgeous songs about summer ever written. Even with the two rockers, "A House Is Not A Motel" and "Live And Let Live", the mood is subdued, the anger is controlled and aimed carefully like a pointed finger.
Then there are the really bubbly songs: "Between Clark and Hillsdale" makes you want to cha-cha past your own local bunch of sidewalk stores right after you get out of work while there're still a couple hours of summer sun left; and "You Set The Scene" has to be one of the greatest signature songs of the era. It's one of those majestic march of life songs.Read more ›
Buy this version just to hear it in more ways. Let the re-issues of this classic keep coming and let it Forever Change our lives. Here is hoping for a successful release and an all-encompassing Arthur Lee and Love Box Set in the near future. So we can Keep the same old smile smiling.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
In the age of rock masterpieces , This was the masterpiece that too tall above the rest/ Often thought o be the #1 rock recording ever. Brilliant on all levels/Published 7 days ago by TERRY KOPPEL
I Love this album. I have always thought that this was their best album.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
The time and place. This was on Rolling Stone's
Top 100. A completely different sound coming out
of San Francisco.
A perfect album. Brilliant. Every song works, not one clunker or even average effort. Also a 180g, remastered disc absolutely worth the money. Read morePublished 4 months ago by S. M. H. Klauber
Amazing album on 180gm vinyl. Great recording. Great vinyl condition. Rolling Stone ranked this album as 30th in it's 500 best ranking. Read morePublished 5 months ago by richard greelis
What an incredible album! Enough has been said about this, one of the greatest recordings ever laid to vinyl.
The album arrived in perfect condition, well protected. Read more
If you were a fan of the band and even if you weren't or if you never heard of them, you will be impressed by this compilation of the bands efforts, talent, and ability to produce... Read morePublished 6 months ago by T. Edwards
This sounds like a soundtrack for a 1960's parody movie. Where's Christopher Guest and Harry Shearer on the songwriting credits? Trite, shallow, pretentious. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Kindle Customer