Personalities | Love | Sixties | Rock

(Vocal/instrumental group, 1965–96, 2002–05, 2009–present)

Love’s fusion of jingle-jangling folk rock, surreal lyrics and elements peculiar to themselves was at its purest on 1968’s Forever Changes, a third album on which songwriting was shared between Bryan Maclean (vocals, guitar) and leader Arthur Lee (vocals, guitar). After decades out of the public eye, and a spell in prison, Lee was as ecstatic as his devotees to perform the entire Forever Changes at London’s Royal Festival Hall in 2003. Arthur Lee died in 2006.

Styles & Forms | Sixties | Rock
Personalities | The Lovin’ Spoonful | Sixties | Rock

Source: The Definitive Illustrated Encyclopedia of Rock, general editor Michael Heatley


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