Love—The Forever Changes Concert

Back in January, Arthur Lee sold out two nights at the Royal Festival Hall. They were magical shows, Lee performing '67's classic Forever Changes in its entirety, complete with horns and strings. Some complained on the night about the sound balance, but there's no problem with the quality here. Lee's in celebratory mood, as he and his backing band LA psychedelicists Baby Lemonade storm through classics like "Bummer In The Summer" in a blur of brass and strings. Superlative stuff.

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Back in January, Arthur Lee sold out two nights at the Royal Festival Hall. They were magical shows, Lee performing ’67’s classic Forever Changes in its entirety, complete with horns and strings. Some complained on the night about the sound balance, but there’s no problem with the quality here. Lee’s in celebratory mood, as he and his backing band LA psychedelicists Baby Lemonade storm through classics like “Bummer In The Summer” in a blur of brass and strings. Superlative stuff.

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