Love's 1967 album, "Forever Changes," has long been considered one of the crowning achievements of psychedelic rock, if not rock itself.

Love's 1967 album, "Forever Changes," has long been considered one of the crowning achievements of psychedelic rock, if not rock itself. But the band's original lineup splintered after its release, and Love mastermind Arthur Lee never reached such heights again. Cut to 35 years later, and Lee—58 and a year removed from a lengthy prison stay—decided to resurrect Love and perform his magnum opus on a U.S. and U.K. tour. Backed by Los Angeles quartet Baby Lemonade (the new Love) and augmented by horn and string sections, Lee turns in an impressive performance on this disc, recorded in January in London. His voice is remarkably intact, and the songs are strong as ever. Four bonus tracks remind that "Forever Changes" is not the only thing of value in Love's catalog, but it is certainly the jewel, and this live disc does it justice.—TC