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  1. Tojas

    Love's masterpiece Forever Changes was an album so beautiful and timeless that it tends to dwarf everything else in the group's repertoire, and its gentle balance of grace and dread has made a lot of people forget just how hard Love could rock when Arthur Lee and his bandmates were of a mind. While Love's debut album pushed folk-rock into an overdrive that resembled punk, Lee's first solo Price: $
  2. Gardasida

    'Vindicator' was the debut solo album by Arthur Lee, formerly of the legendary '60s band Love. Released in by A&M, the LP features a muscular set of guitar-fuelled hard rock laced with blues. The influence of Lee's friend Jimi Hendrix is prevalent throughout the record. Included here is the superb soul spin "Everybody's Gotta Live".5/5(3).

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