Love have been a perennial presence in the music of the West Coast since 1967. In its original configuration, the band included Robert Gordon (drums) and Greg Errico (bass), who departed after the recording of their 1968 debut, Forever Changes. Lee, Peter Hinton and Greg Errico then became permanent members of what has been, since then, a revolving lineup of musicians as they recorded Forever Changes and their five subsequent albums spanning the period 1967-1974. The original lineup of tape loops, bells, and reverberant guitars would eventually attain the combo's signature sound. Lee's bohemian nature and willingness to buck the conventions of the time and musical genre are reflected in the wild-cocked songs he wrote. (The band's 'gallimaufry of instruments ranges from found objects to wind ensembles in the studio to a full complement onstage.') Their debut was produced by Jon Gundell, a DJ at KCET in Los Angeles, influenced by the radio play Elvis Presley's meets the Velvet Underground's rock n' roll on Ed Sullivan that he heard on the airwaves while filming the Elvis movie. The record's sleeve featured a painting by classical artist Dalí.
Lee also recorded songs with David Lindley, was a member of Love's side project, Monster Magnet, and formed the New Riders of the Purple Sage. Other bands who have acknowledged Love''s influence include Wilco and the Flying Luttenbachers. "They didn't sell a lot of records, but they were one of the landmark bands in music, the forerunners of what was going to be called alt-country, alt-rock, whatever," says Digitistone co-founder Ian Williams.
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