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Summer Entertainment Preview 2011 - TIME

The late Arthur Lee and his ardent psychedelic band, the aptly named Love, were an acclaimed act with a small but fervent following

Arthur Lee & Love - Coming Through To You: The Live Recordings 1970 - 2004 - Uncut

Four disc document of a fractured career

Arthur Lee (1945-2006) - Find A Grave Memorial

Rock Musician. He was the lead singer and guitarist for the 1960s rock group Love. Their unique blend of Psychedelic and R&B sounds is evident in what is probably their best known song, 7 And 7 Is (1966). The Los Angeles-based Love formed in 1965 and disbanded in 1967 after the release of their ironically entitled...

Photos from Love with Arthur Lee (lovewitharthurlee) on Myspace

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R.I.P. Arthur Lee - thanks for all the Love

Psychedelic rock legend Arthur Lee, founder of the classic '60s band Love, died late yesterday afternoon after battling lymphoblastic leukemia, his manager Mark Linn said yesterday in an email to friends and the press. Arthur Lee died peacefully at Methodist Hospital in Memphis, a little after four in the afternoon Aug 3, 2006 with his wife Diane by his side. His death comes as a shock to me because Arthur had the uncanny ability...

LOVE - (1966) Love

1. My Little Red Book 2. Can't Explain 3. A Message to Pretty 4. My Flash on You 5. Softly to Me 6. No Matter What You Do 7. Emotions 8. You I'll Be Following 9. Gazing 10. Hey Joe 11. Signed D.C. 12. Coloured Balls Falling 13. Mushroom Clouds 14. And More Arthur Lee (vocals, guitar, keyboards, harmonica, drums) Bryan MacLean (guitar, vocals) Johnny Echols (guitar) Ken Forssi (bass) Alban "Snoopy" Pfisterer (drums, keyboards) Tjay Cantrelli (saxophone, flute) Existe en el mundo del rock una…

Arthur Lee and the Dark Side of Love

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