Forever Changes: Arthur Lee and the Book of Love

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Jawbone Press, Jun 1, 2010 - Biography & Autobiography - 336 pages
(Book). Forever Changes Arthur Lee and the Book of Love tells the life story of an incredible contemporary musical talent who died tragically of leukemia. Fronting the first ever fully integrated rock band, Lee emerged from the nascent L.A. folk-rock scene on the Sunset Strip in 1965 with the band Love to become the prince of the Strip. Love's first three albums were groundbreaking, combining elements of folk-rock, garage-punk, jazz, blues, flamenco, and classical music. Through exclusive interviews with those closest to Lee, Forever Changes paints a portrait of this intriguing, remarkable cult figure. The book also includes Lee's own voice throughout, drawn from his personal writings, letting both dedicated fans and newcomers discover this singular artist like never before.

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Being the life of frontman Arthur Lee of the rock group Love. Lee was a restless and truculent soul who, unfortunately, spent too much of his middle age incarcerated, battling mental demons, or vainly ... Read full review

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