Album of the Day
Forever Changes (50th Anniversary Edition)
Love's FOREVER CHANGES is the psychedelic folk-rock pioneers' finest achievement, an indispensable masterpiece inducted into both the Grammy Hall of Fame and the Library of Congress' National Recording Registry. Cut during 1967's “Summer of Love” in Hollywood, the collection features the band's original line-up on 11 tracks, including such classics as “Andmoreagain,” “Red Telephone,” “A House Is Not A Motel” and “Alone Again Or.” To celebrate the acclaimed album's golden anniversary, Rhino has just released an extensive 4-CD/DVD/LP set housed in a beautifully illustrated 12 x 12 hardbound book. Along with the first-ever CD issue of the mono mix and a remastered version made by original co-producer/engineer Bruce Botnick, FOREVER CHANGES: 50th ANNIVERSARY EDITION boasts more than a dozen rarities, including long-unavailable single versions and a pair of never-before-released backing tracks.