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Old 07-12-2016, 03:01 PM   #1 (permalink)
Join Date: Jul 2016
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Default Love - Forever Changes (1967)

1 Alone Again Or 3:17
2 A House Is Not a Motel 3:32
3 Andmoreagain 3:22
4 The Daily Planet 3:31
5 Old Man 3:03
6 The Red Telephone 4:46
7 Maybe the People Would Be the Times or Between Clark and Hilldale 3:35
8 Live And Let Live 5:28
9 The Good Humor Man He Sees Everything Like This 3:09
10 Bummer in the Summer 2:25
11 You Set the Scene 6:50

Being new here I ofund it quire peculiar that one of my personal favorites albums doesn't appear in you list.

An album with a very high historical importance. Came out in the summer of love and delegates the ambient of 60's.
With mixture of progressive, folk and psychedelic rock, forever changes brings up the best of Arthur Lee's repertoire.
The albums starts with "alone again or" - A witty song with a strong psychedelic ambient (yet to be covered by Calexico), goes through the haunting "A House Is Not a Motel" and ends up with the weird and long "You Set the Scene".

Most songs contains an ambivalency between optimism and sadness which all adds to the special atmosphere of this album.
The 60's at their best!
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