Condition: Brand New
Ships from: Melbourne
The third album by West Coast legend Love regularly appears in the best lists of critics, for example 40th place in the US Rolling Stone of the "500 Best Albums of All Time".
Frontman Arthur Lee died much too early in Memphis in August 2006 Leukemia, this album is his great legacy.
Before that, Led Zeppelin frontman and hardcore fan Robert Plant had not missed the opportunity to organise a big benefit concert in New York to raise money for the hospital costs, which are known to be considerable in the USA. From a musical point of view, the man only became really immortal after his death, so for example this album was only recorded posthumously in the "Grammy Hall Of Fame".
Label: Elektra, Rhino Records, Rhino Vinyl
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo, Reissue
A1 Alone Again Or
A2 A House Is Not A Motel
A4 The Daily Planet
A5 Old Man
A6 The Red Telephone
B1 Maybe The People Would Be The Times Or Between Clark And Hilldale
B2 Live And Let Live
B3 The Good Humor Man He Sees Everything Like This
B4 Bummer In The Summer
B5 You Set The Scene