Love - Best Of Love
Love - Best Of Love
Love - Best Of Love
Love - Best Of Love

Love - Best Of Love

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Arthur Lee - vocals, guitar, piano, percussion, harmonica

Snoopy Pfisterer - drums, organ, harpsichord

Bryan Maclean - rhythm guitar, vocals

Frank Fayad – bass guitar, backing vocal

George Suranovich – drums, backing vocal

Jay Donnellan – ead guitar

John Echols – lead guitar

Ken Forssi – bass guitar

Michael Stuart – drums

Tjay Cantrelli - woodwind

Written by Arthur Lee (A4-B8)


1 LP, standard sleeve

Original analog Master tape : YES

Heavy Press : 180g

Record color : black

Speed : 33RPM

Size : 12”



Record Press : unspecified

Label : Friday Music

Original Label : Elektra Records

Compiled by Harold Bronson

Engineered by Bruce Botnick

Produced by Arthur Lee, Bruce, Botnick, Jac Holzman, Mark Abramson, Paul Rothchild

Remastered by Bill Inglot

Originally released in 1980

Reissued in 2013



Side A :

  1. My Little Red Book
  2. Can't Explain
  3. Hey Joe
  4. Signed D.C.
  5. Stephanie Know Who
  6. She Comes in Colors
  7. Your Mind and We Belong Together
  8. Your Friend and Mine (Neil's Song)


Side B :

  1. Seven and Seven Is
  2. Alone Again Or
  3. Andmoreagain
  4. Que Vida
  5. Robert Montgomery
  6. Orange Skies
  7. Laughing Stock
  8. Number Fourteen


Reviews :

"A Love greatest hits, it should be cautioned, is not the best way to appreciate a band whose first three albums are better heard in their totality, particularly Forever Changes. It's also true that for a bigger cash splash you can get the two-CD Love Story 1966-1972, which has all of these songs and more (including all of Forever Changes and some good tracks from the first two albums that miss the listing on The Best of Love, like "A Message to Pretty" and "The Castle"). Still, if you do want a one-disc Love best-of, this has a lot of good music and generally pinpoints the highlights of the group's early albums, though the Four Sail tracks and the non-LP 1968 single "Your Mind and We Belong Together"/"Laughing Stock" are in no way as good as the missing tracks from Forever Changes. The packaging and liner notes are good, too, though again it's not nearly as comprehensive as what you'll find on Love Story." AllMusic Review by Richie Unterberger


Ratings :

AllMusic : 4,5 / 5 , Discogs : 4,5 / 5

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