You need flash!
no cover -  


psychedelic Psychedelic Rock 60s classic rock rock

There are several artists that go by the name of Love:

1. An American psychedelic rock group formed in Los Angeles in 1965. They were led by singer, songwriter and guitarist Arthur Lee (March 7, 1945 - August 3, 2006) and the group's second songwriter, guitarist Bryan MacLean (September 25, 1946 - December 25, 1998). One of the first racially diverse American pop bands, their music reflected a remarkable array of influences, combining elements of rock and roll, garage rock, folk, showtunes and psychedelia. Other members included John Echols, Johnny Fleckenstein, Don Conka, Alban Snoopy Pfisterer, Ken Forssi, Tjay Cantrelli, Michael Stuart-Ware, Jay Donnellan, Gary Rowles, Frank Fayad, and George Suranovich.

Love grew out of the Los Angeles garage band The Grass Roots, changing their name in 1965 to avoid confusion with the P.F. Sloan-managed band of the same name. The band lived communally in Bela Lugosi's former LA residence The Castle, and the house forms the background to the cover of their first two album sleeves.

Love released their eponymous début album in July 1966. This was followed later the same month by the single "Seven and Seven Is/No. Fourteen", neither side of which was included on the album, and which gave the band their only U.S. Billboard top 40 hit.

Love's second album Da Capo was released in January 1967. The album is split between a more conventional first side, featuring 6 tracks (including Seven and Seven is) and a second side featuring just one near twenty-minute track, Revelation.

The band's critical reputation far exceeds the limited success they experienced: their second album to be released in 1967, Forever Changes, is consistently cited by critics as one of the most outstanding albums in the history of rock music. The album features full and complex orchestration throughout, accompanying Lee and MacLean's increasingly elaborate song writing. The album sold poorly in the U.S., reaching #154 on the Billboard charts, although it performed better in some European territories.

Although the band continued to record after Forever Changes, subsequent releases saw frequent large-scale personnel changes, and a move away from the more baroque style of that album towards traditional rock and latterly to soul and funk.

Of the later albums, 1970's False Start is notable for featuring a guest appearance by Jimi Hendrix from one of his last recording sessions.

Lee continued the band until 1975, having lost all the other members to drug problems. He formed other bands called Love (sometimes with former band mate Echols) through the 1990s.

2. Love is also an R'n'B musician based in Manchester, United Kingdom, with Zimbabwean and Malawian roots. His début singles, 'In My Tee' and '3' b/w 'Black Coffee' were released in 2018.

3. The alter ego of Japanese pop singer Ai Otsuka (大塚愛).

4. Former lead singer of disbanded CORE OF SOUL, Fukiko Nakamura's solo work's alias.

5. Love is a Japanese pop/R&B vocal duo, produced by Hiro of Exile's production agency, LDH. They debuted in 2009 with the single "First Love: Love Letter." Their song "Tada Hitotsu no Negai Sae" was certified gold by the RIAJ for 100,000 full-length cellphone downloads.

The band's name comes from the first word in their production company (LDH)'s non-acronym name (Love Dance Happiness).

The band was formed in 2008 by former Paradise Go!! Go!! member Misaki Matsumoto, and quarter Italian Stephanie. The pair met through production agency LDH, when they were given the roles of the two vocalists in a dance performance group called Real Force. When the plans for this unit fell through, the duo formed Love. Both members had been in the entertainment industry for over ten years.

The group's first activity together was releasing a cover of Zone's "Secret Base (Kimi ga Kureta Mono)" as a ringtone (as well as releasing the full version in a special CD attached to the August issue of Gekkan Exile magazine). A year later, the group released their debut single, "First Love: Love Letter," with this cover as a B-side.

The group's songs have been popular through digital markets, with all lead tracks from their singles reaching the top 5 on the RIAJ Digital Track Chart (including "Taisetsu na Kimochi" from their debut album Taisetsu na Kimochi which was not released as a physical single).

The duo have had two collaborations with Exile twice: once before their debut on the song "Love, Dream & Happiness" on Exile's compilation album Exile Ballad Best in 2008, and in 2009 Misaki recorded background vocals for Exile's song "If (I Know)" on their album Aisubeki Mirai e.

Love 377c50fdd9a04e91ab4039e022435a32 Love ee4e6221bc944bc4a36e81a8d4803823 Love 7156c73df69d498388d5abcd402b7a05 Love 44b0e52cbdd4456f9e587fcee5698831 Love a938924c17374b4aaff0fd3fc624da53 Love fa403e607fe34653881971c2bc67018f Love 9adbc5c387584f7da786f7745f6b326b Love 3222755ac1094a299c71046a413659ea Love cb02f684f71f4086858ed6a3fa33b8bb Love 522e7d0273534e609467cf04fa3c6aef Love 6251499427f0478b98d4af967584eb83 Love 210a064fd3874a42ada9d1a9e74d23c2 Love cdd3e0085453442899f6a1bc271aabf2 Love 49c216833e1b4623952082cee2c93abd Love 92abd1f65642937f093a9935823a2876 Love d1031867c98819d56369c932e9628e56 Love b6ca2e8b866440caa98d9bc14e0eb6d3 Love 5f6ac2e50467492198c26cface1d007f Love df4ecd671da4436a992f88e65afa8020 Love f39aa5f6fe344009a51968d9a5ab3149 Love b932b640f7d844f187c45d67d253a987 Love 4fff14dfd6c4434c912b26ead828de0d Love dba7afad31dc426f9b43f74ced6b924f Love e8a450fe8c1842c482573133c2c2a489 Love b79acec2554749b6bfc434f59dd23b88 Love 1827c18366c14b159372a5302d13176e Love 3e390446c1474f2dade698df5b414596 Love 19f9b73e76044ab6a23d1c69edff82dd Love 9cbcd48bc8e74fe5a8fd2e0256339e88 Love 81c8340268fa4940bdb4d94f072b525a Love 2400d2858460429494f2df7d7b9c41bf Love eecfccf9310641c2b0db083288c99dcc Love 5b4eff7261294022b1c88762f29c2cf7 Love 3cfc6d80648b4234a7bfc227db4ccdde Love 1f20ecffe1c246279310398f8cc35ead Love a87ea888e52b4a028ea8279bed085aa8 Love a6e20e6ba93644f39867c24a0a1c513e Love 4cf24a53ea87405baf12982cae9f50f3