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J. COLE GETS TO THE HEART OF THE MATTER
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FROM SIR, WITH LOVE (UPDATE)
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ROBOT MUSIC SUPERVISORS
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RHINO SPREADS LOVE
3/19/18

Forever Changes, Love’s beloved masterwork from 1968 that has only been fully appreciated and honored in the last 15 years, will recive  a 50th anniversary release from Rhino on 4/6.

The set includes the CD-debut of a remastered version made by its original co-producer and engineer Bruce Botnick, as well as the first-ever release of the mono version on CD. Also included are alternate mixes of the album, as well as a selection of rare and unreleased singles and studio outtakes. Botnick's stereo remaster of the original album also makes its vinyl debut on the LP included with this set. It was cut from high resolution digital audio by audio engineer Bernie Grundman. The DVD that accompanies the anniversary collection includes a 24/96 stereo mix of the album version of the original album remastered by Botnick. Also featured is "Your Mind and We Belong Together," a rare promotional video directed by Elektra producer Mark Abramson in 1968, and a 12 x 12 hardbound book. A pioneering psychedelic folk-rock album, Forever Changes was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 2008 and four years later added to the Library of Congress’ National Recording Registry. Love mastermind Arthur Lee was performing the album in its entirety on tour in the three years prior to his death in 2006.