August 9, 2006 Playlist

"Da Capo" - Love's second album
Love "Da Capo" 1967 (USA)
Since Arthur Lee passed away this week, we shall honor him by making Love the first group to have two albums inducted into the CAOTW. "Forever Changes"  (CAOTW for Apr 26, 2006) came out later in 1967 and is the group's best-known record, but the best moments on "Da Capo" are just as good, and furthermore this is the album that contained their only bona-fide hit single, the apocalyptic "Seven And Seven Is."  The second side of the LP is a 19-minute blues jam called "Revelations" (working title: "John Lee Hooker"), which is often cited as the only thing keeping this album from "true classic" status.
N = New Release
R = Listener Request
Arthur Lee 1969   Arthur Lee c. 2004
"Arthur Lee" Porter
March 7, 1945 - August 3, 2006

Okko - East Indian Traffic
Erkin Koray - Sir
Chico Magnetic Band - Pop Orbite
The Free Pop Electronic Concept - FPET No. 1
Ten Years After - Stoned Woman (R) 
Ten Years After - 50,000 Miles Beneath My Brain (R)
Ten Years After - Spoonful (live) (R)
Canned Heat - Fried Hockey Boogie
Love - Seven And Seven Is  CLASSIC ALBUM OF THE WEEK
Love - August
Love - Signed D.C. (1969 remake)
Arthur Lee - Everybody's Gotta Live 
Archie Shepp - Coral Rock
Magma - De Futura
The Heads - Earth / Sun (N)
Steve Howe - Turbulence (N)
Mystery Jets - Zoo Time (N)
NoMeansNo - I See A Mansion In The Sky (N)
Pink Floyd - Free Four (R)
Melvins - Black Bock
West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band - Shifting Sands
July - The Way
Wizards From Kansas - Flyaway Daze
Aorta - Strange
Silk Winged Alliance - My Hometown
The Unbelievable Uglies - A Research Into The Soul of Psychedelic Sound


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