Snapper Records is readying for an Oct. 7 release "The Forever Changes Concert," a live recording of Love with Arthur Lee performing the group's classic 1967 "Forever Changes" album earlier this year
Snapper Records is readying for an Oct. 7 release "The Forever Changes Concert," a live recording of Love with Arthur Lee performing the group's classic 1967 "Forever Changes" album earlier this year at London's Royal Festival Hall. The show will be released simultaneously on CD and DVD.
The recording came during the band's Forever Changes tour, on which greatest-hits sets were highlighted by full sequential performances of the album, long considered one of the touchstones of the psychedelic rock era. The shows featured frontman Lee and his new band (featuring no other original members) accompanied by a horn and string ensemble.
In addition to the 11 "Forever Changes" tracks, the CD release will also include performances of "Seven and Seven Is," "Your Mind and We Belong Together," "Orange Skies," "She Comes In Colors," "Listen to My Song" and "August" as well as a Love photo gallery and a screensaver. The DVD release will feature a slightly different track list as well as a hidden track filmed at a Royal Festival Hall encore with ex-Blur guitarist Graham Coxon performing with the group.
Here is the track list for "The Forever Changes Concert" CD:
"Alone Again Or"
"A House Is Not a Motel"
"The Daily Planet"
"The Red Telephone"
"Maybe the People Would Be the Times or Between Clark and Hilldale"
"Live and Let Live"
"The Good Humour Man He Sees Everything Like This"
"Bummer in the Summer"
"You Set the Scene"
"Seven and Seven Is"
"Your Mind and We Belong Together"
"She Comes in Colors"
"Listen to My Song"