Arthur Lee and Love celebrated in four-disc live box set

Coming Through To You: The Live Recordings (1970-2004) is due in November

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Arthur Lee and Love will be celebrated with a comprehensive box set of live performances released on Tuesday, November 17.

Coming Through To You: The Live Recordings (1970-2004) feature performances recorded at various venues worldwide across four decades.

It also includes five recently-discovered live tracks that have never before been released.

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Released by RockBeat Records, the set has been produced by David Skye, with the involvement of Lee’s widow, Diane Lee.

To coincide with the release, a special performance will take place at Los Angeles’ Whisky A Go-Go by LOVE Revisited – aka Lee’s last touring band Baby Lemonade featuring Love’s co-founder and original guitarist, Johnny Echols.

The cover artwork designed by William Stout, who has also designed album covers for The Who, The Beach Boys and The Ramones.

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