LoveForever Changes

Label:Elektra – RM1 74013, Rhino Records (2) – RM1 74013
Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Reissue, Mono
Country:USA & Europe
Style:Folk Rock, Psychedelic Rock


A1Alone Again Or
Written-By, VocalsBryan Maclean
A2A House Is Not A Motel
Written-By, VocalsArthur Lee
BassCarol Kaye
DrumsHal Blaine
GuitarBilly Strange
PianoDon Randi
Written-By, VocalsArthur Lee
A4The Daily Planet
BassCarol Kaye
DrumsHal Blaine
GuitarBilly Strange
PianoDon Randi
Written-By, VocalsArthur Lee
A5Old Man
Written-By, VocalsBryan Maclean
A6The Red Telephone
Written-By, VocalsArthur Lee
B1Maybe The People Would Be The Times Or Between Clark And Hilldale
Written-By, VocalsArthur Lee
B2Live And Let Live
Written-By, VocalsArthur Lee
B3The Good Humor Man He Sees Everything Like This
Written-By, VocalsArthur Lee
B4Bummer In The Summer
Written-By, VocalsArthur Lee
B5You Set The Scene
Written-By, VocalsArthur Lee

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Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned (Sticker)): 603497846184
  • Barcode (Printed (Sticker)): 6 03497 84618 4
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, etched): R1 4013 A MONO BH97544-01 A1 BG
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, etched): R1 4013 B MONO BH97544-01 B1 BG

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Forever Changes (LP, Album, Stereo, Allentown Pressing)ElektraEKS-74013US1967
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Forever Changes (LP, Album)ElektraEKS 74013Canada1967
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Forever Changes (LP, Album, Stereo, Monarch)ElektraEKS 74013US1967
Forever Changes (LP, Album, Mono, Allentown Pressing)ElektraEKL-4013US1967
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Forever Changes (LP, Album, Stereo)ElektraEKS-74013New Zealand1967



  • zno74's avatar
    Edited 7 months ago
    Everybody calm your tits.. yes, this is a mono fold down but, it still sounds killer in mono. Go ahead and hit that mono button on your stereo version. I like having a dedicated mono pressing (cut by Bernie Grundman) of this record. Why? Because it sounds killer and I like to nerd out on this kind of shit..
    • sunsymbol's avatar
      I've listened to all Rhino reissues (US & EU) and this is the one I've kept. Whether it's a fold-down Mono or not, this one sounds absolutely fantastic. Trust me, go for this one. It sounds so much better than the stereo cut - on speakers, but especially on headphones. To me, this is the definite version of this record. I won't be looking no further. They should reissue this Mono cut again.
      • nfavata99's avatar
        This variant sounds so amazing. My ears have been used to the stereo version for years, but the mono version absolutely obliterates it imo. The rock-leaning cuts sound punchy and in your face, and the more subdued tracks that feature horns and strings sound warm and beautiful. This is the version to have.
        • Thfoolonthhill's avatar
          This is a wonderful version. I have a few stereo versions I was more than happy with and had been stalling on getting this mono version but I was wrong to stall. This is my new favourite of this incredible album.
          • G.D.GAYTER's avatar
            I have to say that this is another example of the mono version ( however that has come about in terms of production) beating any stereo version by some distance, in my opinion. A great record becomes even better. I have thought for some time that the stereo version just sounds "odd". Now I have a mono version to compare to; my suspicions have been proved right. Get it while you can.
            • gmcrae's avatar
              I have nothing to compare this with except streaming, but I love this mono mix. Moreover, I would have no idea how different a true mono vs. fold down would compare. Suffice to say, this pressing is flat, quiet, has great dynamic range at my normal listen volume to the extent that I was really surprised, as was my wife from downstairs. I had read some reviews after I bought it, but before I had opened and played it. I was tempted to just return it and seek out something else, but in the end curiousity got the better of me. In the end, I really enjoy this mix and the music is great.
              • ces007's avatar
                This pressing sounds great. I agree with some of the other positive reviews, the vinyl is quiet, the mix is punchy, and it has a fantastic dynamic range. We'll worth getting for "A House is Not a Motel" alone.
                • rperkins65's avatar
                  Edited 2 years ago
                  So my 2 cents on this “elusive”” mono “record, I bought this because the curiosity has been killing me after reading reviews on diff sites incl discogs. First and foremost this is an awesome mix and pressing, there is a reason this was released - it sounds great! this “mix” seems to put forward the drums , guitar and vocals, the strings and horns are more in backround, so in my opinion the songs/songwriting are more noticeable they dont get lost in the production.nothing wrong with the original , its a great record but this “ mono” mix is top notch! I think the fact that the description says “elusive “ implies its kind of vague or tongue in cheek ( Grundman is in on the joke) otherwise it would have just said “ mono mix” period.
                  If u like this record i would def recommend this version, it will also be my go to.
                  I have compared the this mono with the Rhino remaster 2012 and an original early 80s stereo press and for me this wins!
                  • stevefeicht's avatar
                    Edited 2 years ago
                    Fold down or not, this sounds good. Punchy and dynamic, the vinyl itself is clean and flat. Compared to the 800 dollar ERC pressing, which I understand is also a fold down this seems like a great value. You cant go wrong getting this at the current price.
                    • Challenge56's avatar
                      Edited 2 years ago
                      I have the Bellman stereo cut and I actually think this version sounds better. I think the extra punchiness of the mono mix helps the album even if it is a fold but I actually think this is closer to a remix by BG

                      Will be my go to when I want to listen to it. Will still keep the Bellman cut for the stereo mix.

                      This is an album that is worth having both.


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