Episode 979: Love – ‘Forever Changes’




November 3, 2020


All songs in this episode by Love from their 1967 album Forever Changes, released on Elektra records.

  • “Alone Again Or”
  • “The Daily Planet”
  • “The Red Telephone”
  • “Maybe the People Would Be the Times or Between Clark and Hilldale”

Except for…

  • “Your Mind And We Belong Together” Your Mind And We Belong Together (Elektra) 1968


Nick Scalera loves the band Love (pun very much intended). He loves them so much that his patron episode had to be split in two! This is part two.

Today, we go deep on one of Nick’s favorite albums by the group, Forever Changes; an album that’s been included in the National Registry at the Library of Congress. It’s Love’s third studio record.

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