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Forever Changes (album) by Love 

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Forever Changes
Forever Changes by Love (1967)
Overall rank: 65th   Overall chart history
Average Rating: 
85/100 (from 1,043 votes)
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Accolades: Top 5 albums of 1967 (5th)
Top 20 albums of the 1960s (17th)
Top 100 albums of all time (65th)

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LOVE ◈ FOREVER CHANGES ◈ orig 1967 Elektra Monarch psych masterpiece mono cover
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LOVE - FOREVER CHANGES (1967) - 2001 RHINO REMASTERED/EXPANDED CD W/SLIPCASE
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Forever Changes is ranked as the best album by Love.

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85/100 (from 1,043 votes)
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From jhuik 05/05/2017 00:53
During the recording of the album the band was "plagued by internal conflicts and lack of preparation for Lee's intricate arrangements." Yeah, this album is nuts. In every good way!
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From Tidus1997 02/28/2017 16:36
Most folky, trippy album I've ever listened to.
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85/100
From corenfro 01/31/2017 03:27
This album seemed quirky at first, but like other "quirky" albums that are actually classics, it becomes the new normal when I now listen. This is an acoustic-guitar driven / orchastra / horns driven pop album trying to be psychedelic. Wonderfully crafted songs, with mysterious well-writen lyrics, this was the last album featuring both Arthur and Bryan, and in my opinion better yet not more instantly-accessible than any individual installment in the Beatles catelogue. Some of the greatest moments from this genre and the 60's in general lie on this piece and most people have never heard of it.
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From MrsHippy 01/05/2017 07:17
der Rotz hat gegen meine Hose verkrustet.
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From pannkakesangen 11/26/2016 16:51
masterclass album
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80/100
From albumceleste 09/10/2016 23:48
Amazing album. The sound balance between acoustic guitars, electrics, strings and winds is just spot on.

One of the best albums ever made. Period.
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From discojets1 09/07/2016 00:44
Great 60s Psychedelic Rock
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From nitomano 08/25/2016 22:39
Favoritas: Alone Again Or, A House Is Not a Motel, Old Man
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From lanadeleswift 08/09/2016 21:14
I was researching albums that sound like Odessey and Oracle and this was the one most consistently listed. It's great in its own way, and it's always interesting to see one album isolated in an artist's discography as such a clear frontrunner. This is in the top 100 and the next highest doesn't even crack the top 1000...
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From garycottier 05/28/2016 15:20
One of the all time great albums. Alongside Jefferson Airplane and the Grateful Dead, Love were one of those excellent San Franciscan bands of the era. Fronted by the great Arthur Lee, forever changes, is a dark album lyrically but musically has a kind of acoustic jazz rock feel to it. Alone again or, is one of the sixties most beautiful songs, a house is not a motel, is superb, as is closing track, you set the scene. A masterpiece up there with, astral weeks, and, blue.
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