Forever Changes

1967 studio album by Love / From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Forever Changes is the third studio album by the American rock band Love, released by Elektra Records in November 1967.[9] The album saw the group embrace a subtler folk-oriented sound, acoustic guitar, and orchestration, while primary songwriter Arthur Lee explored darker themes alluding to mortality and his creeping disillusionment with the 1960s counterculture. It was the final album recorded by the original band lineup; after its completion, Bryan MacLean left the group acrimoniously and the other members were dismissed by leader Lee.

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Forever Changes
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Studio album by
ReleasedNovember 1, 1967 (1967-11-01)[1]
RecordedJune 9  September 25, 1967
StudioSunset Sound, Hollywood
Love chronology
Da Capo
Forever Changes
Four Sail
Singles from Forever Changes
  1. "Alone Again Or" / "A House Is Not a Motel"
    Released: January 1968
  2. "The Daily Planet" / "Andmoreagain"
    Released: March 1968
  3. "Your Mind and We Belong Together" / "Laughing Stock"
    Released: September 1968

Forever Changes had only moderate success in the album charts when it was first released in 1967; it peaked at No. 154 in the US,[10] with a stronger showing in the United Kingdom, where it reached No. 24.[11] In subsequent years, it became recognized as an influential document of 1960s psychedelia and was named among the greatest albums of all time by a variety of publications.

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