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In the mid-1960s, Arthur LeeРІР‚в„ўs band, Love was one of the biggest on the LA music scene. Bands like The Doors credited them as a big influence. They made a couple albums before really focusing their sound on Forever Changes, which was released in 1967.
They never really got much attention from the critics or the general population at the time, but the album is now ranked at #40 on Rolling StonesРІР‚в„ў Top 500 Albums Of All Time. The second songwriter in the band was Bryan MacLean and his tune, Alone Again Or has probably become their most recognizable. It starts off with a very complex instrumental intro, followed by a heavily syncopated verse, which smoothly transitions back into the intro.
This will be quite a challenge for most students but you owe it to yourself to explore the early albums by Love.