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  1. Dushura says:
    Nov 28,  · Love fell further and further into obscurity with each new release and that's tragic--Lee's tidal talent may have ebbed and flowed under the influence of its own moon but his talent never desserted him. On "Reel to Real" we find Love (who was down to Arthur Lee at this point with no previous members involved) expanding their horizon to funk/5(6).
  2. Neran says:
    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Love - Reel-To-Real at Discogs. Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your Love collection/5(96).
  3. Telkis says:
    LOVE - Reel To Real () [Deluxe Version, ] Other bonus track highlights include the guitar fury in the extended, alternate mix of Busted Feet, the eccentric and darkly-comic single mix of You Said You Would, and an impromptu studio rehearsal of Forever Changes outtake Wonder People (I Do Wonder). This ultra-rare bonus material fills.
  4. Dole says:
    " Reel to Real" album released by Arthur Lee’s Love in , originally appeared on tygojaskazizilzushura.infoinfo basically sank without a trace. However, listening to this, you would think it would have crashed into the charts as it fit perfectly with the groove-oriented sound of the time; this is a much different, funkier (emphasis on funk) Love than was heard previously.
  5. Arashishura says:
    Reel to Real was the first official Love album in four years, and bandleader Arthur Lee recorded the album with studio musicians after dismissing all previous band members. It follows the release of Lee's solo album Vindicator in and two different Love albums that had been recorded but never tygojaskazizilzushura.infoinfo: RSO.
  6. Faekus says:
    Buy Reel To Real [Deluxe Edition] (CD) by Love (CD $). Amoeba Music. Ships Free in the U.S.
  7. Shakar says:
    Reel to Real plays more like an Arthur Lee solo effort than a Love album (and was blighted with a singularly ugly cover), but it's a good Arthur Lee album, with a tighter focus and a more thoughtful perspective than Vindicator, proving Lee still had a great deal to 7/

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