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Dream - Love - Four Sail

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  1. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Four Sail - Love on AllMusic - - From a retrospective point of view, this might be 8/
  2. Oct 26,  · Expanded edition of this album. Love was formed by Arthur Lee in and recorded four classic albums for Elektra Records, including the critically acclaimed Forever Changes. Shortly after that release, he assembled a new lineup of musicians to record his fourth Elektra album, Four Sail/5(39).
  3. Love('s) Album Four Sail. Listen to all tracks of Four Sail for free. French release "Original rec by Elektra" on back cover.
  4. Oct 26,  · The shouting at the end of "Singing Cowboy" will surely remind the listener of a singer who was long a vocal admirer of Arthur Lee, and whose band (Led Zeppelin) released their debut album the same year that Four Sail was released. While not a Love album in the proper sense, Four Sail is worthy of the attention of the band's fans/5(37).
  5. Apr 26,  · In the notes to Elektra's Four Sail reissue Arthur claims "It was supposed to be a 26 song double album." According to this story, the album was intended for Blue Thumb records, but because Love still owed Elektra an album, they were allowed to cherry pick from the tracks, and this became "Four Sail.".
  6. Oct 14,  · REVIEW: Love – Four Sail. October 14, · by Kyle Hoffman · in REVIEWS. My favorite Love album is Four Sail (Elektra ). None of the original band members save for Arthur Lee are on this one. This album is an extraordinary voyage across genres. “Dream” is just a damn good ballad about nothing in particular, with really cool.
  7. Four Sail, which combined the progressive, multi-part arrangement of Forever Changes with the lean, punkish aesthetic of early Love hits like “My Flash On You” and “7 and 7 Is” was something of a disappointment to Los Angeles scenesters who expected a reprise of Forever Changes' acoustic-laden psych, and who were likely disappointed by.
  8. But most people dont seem to be very familiar with Love's other work. And even though 'Four Sail' featured a different line-up (with Arthur Lee) the album - in my opinion holds out just as much and just as strongly as 'Forever Changes'. Actually I listen to 'Four Sail' much more often then 'Forever Changes'.

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