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Love Extra tracks, Original recording remastered

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  • Audio CD (15 Oct. 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Extra tracks, Original recording remastered
  • Label: Elektra
  • ASIN: B00005O176
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 3,907 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. My Little Red Book
  2. Can't Explain
  3. A Message To Pretty
  4. My Flash On You
  5. Softly To Me
  6. No Matter What You Do
  7. Emotions
  8. You I'll Be Following
  9. Gazing
  10. Hey Joe
  11. Signed D.C.
  12. Colored Balls Falling
  13. Mushroom Clouds
  14. And More
  15. My Little Red Book
  16. Can't Explain
  17. A Message To Pretty
  18. My Flash On You
  19. Softly To Me
  20. No Matter What You Do
  21. Emotions
  22. You I'll Be Following
  23. Gazing
  24. Hey Joe
  25. Signed D.C.
  26. Colored Balls Falling
  27. Mushroom Clouds
  28. And More
  29. Number 14
  30. Signed D.C.

Product Description

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By common consensus West Coast 'Rock Music' began for the formerly Folk-orientated Elektra Records with the self-titled debut of LOVE - issued onto a rapidly changing musical landscape in the Summer of 1966 in a snazzy new non-paste-back sleeve (the first of its kind apparently). Yet in 2015 (and fast approaching a staggering 50-year distance) – that quietly momentous achievement is all but forgotten now - and of course overshadowed even further by the band's more illustrious follow-ups - "Da Capo" (January 1967) and especially "Forever Changes" (November 1967 USA, February 1968 UK). Time to re-examine that extraordinary beginning methinks - presented to us here in real style on this cool little 2001 Expanded CD Remaster. Here are the little red details...

UK released October 2001 – "Love" by LOVE on Elektra/Warner Strategic Marketing 8122 73567-2 (Barcode 081227356729) is an Expanded CD Remaster that offers both the Mono and Stereo mix of the LP as well as two bonus tracks (one Previous Unreleased). It plays out as follows (77:54 minutes):

1. My Little Red Book
2. Can't Explain
3. A Message To Pretty
4. My Flash On You
5. Softly To Me
6. No Mater What You Do
7. Emotions
8. You'll Do The Following [Side 2]
9. Gazing
10. Hey Joe
11. Signed D.C.
12. Coloured Balls Falling
13. Mushroom Clouds
14. And More
Tracks 1 to 14 are the MONO MIX of their debut album "Love" – released July 1966 in the USA on Elektra EKL-4001 (September 1966 in the UK on the same catalogue number)

Tracks 15 to 28 are the STEREO MIX of their debut album "Love" on Elektra EKS-74001 (release dates as above)

BONUS TRACKS:
29.
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Love's eponymous first album shows their 'garage' roots, including punked-up versions of songs like My Little Red Book and Hey Joe. (Rumour has Lee introduced this song to Hendrix who, of course, made the song his own). But in amongst these songs are soothing latin-tinged songs like A Message to Pretty or And More, and more bluesy songs like Signed DC.

Pick up any of the band's first three albums - Love, da Capo or Forever Changes and you will find a rich selection of quality songs. How would I classify them? Hmmmm, that's difficult. Slightly Byrds-ish, slightly Doors-ish, slightly Beefheart-ish, slightly Flying Burritos-ish, slightly folk-rockish with a latin twist... Really, though, they created their own distinctive sound... Love are unique - thanks in large part to Lee's distinctive voice, lyrics and song arrangements. Because of this you may not find them an instant 'hit', but if you do fall for their sound, I think you'll find them a life-long love.
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`Love' came out in `66' at a time when the band's fortune was on the rise- (The Doors looked up to them!). This is a wonderful collection of tight. sharp work. A brilliant re-working of `My Little Red Book' into a rockin' garage punk sneer; some deep ballads such as `A Message to Pretty', of course a Bryan MacLean beautiful offering' Softly To Me' and a whole collection of swift driving rock!
There are some who reckon this album sounds Byrdish.. well...yeh.. jangling guitars were quite common in '66, and no disrespect to any other band, but please listen to the power, force and melody in that bass! (What a loss; poor Ken Frossi another casualty). Then there was the amazing range of Arthur Lee's voice he could handle with great skill any style with, snarlin', shoutin', plaintive or just plain songster. And let's hear it for lead guitar John Echols! The man was underrated in his day, I still find his breaks spell binding.
This album is worth it for so many reasons, 1st Love Album, remarkable LA music, Good Garage, and of course Timeless in its appeal.
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It may be something to do with their name, we all know the word, that Love are not too well known. Yet their talent is right up there with the likes of The Byrds, Deep Purple and Led Zeppelin.

On this album are some of their greatest material,including the truly brilliant Little Red Book. Best heard through headphones, with the volume as high as you can bear it, this is a rock lover's taste of heaven.
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I owned the previously-issued Stereo CD of this album. There's no noticeable change in fidelity (this ISN'T a remastering, and doesn't claim to be). There's not much to be learned from hearing the mono mixes - so the real value is in the BONUS tracks.
"Signed D.C." is not an alternate take - it's the familiar take, stripped down to Arthur Lee's guitar and vocal - presumably the "seed" tracks for the rest of the recording (check out the near-heavy-metal version on the "Out There" album for an angst-ridden alternative!). "Number 14" is a country-flavoured throwaway number that I doubt I'll learn to love.
The booklet is more informative, this time around, with contributions from Johnny Echols (it was worth the price of the CD, just to find out that some tracks were done on a Gibson doubleneck with a mandolin neck on the top - that explains away a lot of the "guitar" solos). BECAUSE of the re-issue, my old CD is unsaleable - so, along with my old "Forever Changes" and all my "Polydor" Hendrix, it's gone to my daughters.
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