The Forever Changes Concert

Snapper Music
Release date
25 Oct 2005
Running length
15 tracks
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    Track     Duration Listeners
1 Alone Again Or 3:14 206,781
2 A House Is Not a Motel 3:26 124,521
3 Andmoreagain 4:06 106,020
4 The Daily Planet 3:43 98,010
5 Old Man 2:58 93,355
6 The Red Telephone 7:13 102,683
7 Maybe the People Would Be the Times or Between Clark and Hilldale 3:57 89,043
8 Live and Let Live 5:24 80,778
9 The Good Humor Man He Sees Everything Like This 3:42 67,270
10 Bummer in the Summer 2:22 85,262
11 You Set the Scene 7:41 78,516
1 Seven And Seven Is 2:15 10,738
2 Your Mind And We Belong Together 4:11 15,667
3 Signed DC 6:44 1,970
4 My Little Red Book 2:31 26,699

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  • dabotchlad

    Saw Arthur and the band perform this set about a year later - my most memorable gig in 25 years! All the more for sharing the experience with friends and family who had also fallen under his spell over the years... oh the snot has caked against my pants!

    18 Aug 2011 Reply
  • thetrogg

    saw it at roskilde

    11 Oct 2010 Reply
  • naftallina

    @ rodwarlick: a lot :) especially to go back to the 60s :(

    3 Jul 2010 Reply
  • rodwarlick

    how much would you pay to go back in time to see this original concert?

    30 Jun 2010 Reply
  • psychedali

    You can watch the live concert (2003) at the youtube channel of C3MC2 (e.g. Old Man: usually, the music of such a comeback is not really good, but this is an exception. 'Forever Changes' changes us forever ;). R.I.P Arthur Lee.

    15 Feb 2010 Reply
  • A-W-A-X

    Corrected the album cover.

    10 Jan 2010 Reply
  • spotcheck

    According to the product description on Amazon: "In January 2003, Arthur Lee returned to London to perform Forever Changes in its entirety at the Royal Festival Hall. Following years in the wilderness, the gigs marked the start of an unlikely and remarkable comeback." Amazon has the correct cover art if someone can figure out how to upload it.

    16 Sep 2009 Reply
  • LypeRadel

    wrong cover.

    13 Jul 2009 Reply
  • Galgenterrorist

    It might be the wrong cover, but it looks much better. (;

    8 May 2008 Reply
  • thisisall1word

    It was recorded about 3/4 years ago I think - at the Royal Festival Hall in London

    16 Apr 2008 Reply
  • dle

    This recording sounds like it was made a lot more recently than the 60s. Was it the product of a reunion project or something like that?

    12 Apr 2008 Reply
  • vinsoncn3

    5 Mar 2008 Reply

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