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... In July 1972, Lee released his first solo album, Vindicator, on A&M Records, featuring a new group of musicians also playing as the band Love. At one point in time they would use the name Band-Aid, a name originally suggested by Jimi Hendrix for a briefly considered lineup of himself, Lee, and Steve Winwood. This album failed to chart. Lee recorded a second solo album in 1973 entitled Black Beauty for Buffalo Records, but the label folded before the album was released. Lee contributed the title track to the 1974 blaxploitation film Thomasine & Bushrod.
Lee's next move was to credit the backing group for Black Beauty with the addition of guitarist John Sterling as a new Love for Reel to Real (1974). Once again, the album went nearly unnoticed.
A new Lee solo album, called just Arthur Lee, appeared on Rhino Records in 1981, featuring covers of The Bobbettes' "Mr Lee" and Jimmy Cliff's "Many Rivers to Cross" and musicians Sterling on guitar, George Suranovich on drums and Kim Kesterson on bass as well as some of the members from "Reel to Real".
Throughout the 1970s and 1980s, there were various attempts to reunite the original Love lineup. At the suggestion of guitarist John Sterling who first joined Arthur for Reel To Real, one such show from the Whisky in Oct. 1978 was recorded by Sterling on cassette. It featuring Lee and Bryan MacLean with Sterling on guitar, George Suranovich on drums and Kim Kesterson on bass, and was released on Rhino as a live album picture disc entitled Love Live (1980) on Rhino Records. In 1982, MCA released Studio/Live, which was a collection of tracks from the early 1970s incarnation of Love coordinated by rock lawyer/journalist Stann Findelle, including never before heard tracks recorded from Bill Graham's Fillmore East. ...
01. Sad Song 2:21
02. You Can Save Up To 50% But You're Still A Long Ways From Home 0:18
03. Love Jumped Through My Window 2:57
04. Find Somebody 3:48
05. He Said She Said 2:19
06. Every Time I Look Up I'm Down Or White Dog (I Don't Know What That Means!) 3:57
07. Everybody's Gotta Live 3:32
08. You Want Change For Your Re-run 4:17
09. He Knows A Lot Of Good Women (Or Scotty's Song) 3:15
10. Hamburger Breath Stinkfinger 2:44
11. Ol' Morgue Mouth 0:53
12. Busted Feet 4:54
bonus: 13. Everybody's Gotta Live 3:34
14. He Knows A Lot Of Good Women 3:16
15. Pencil In Hand 2:19
16. E-Z Rider 2:59
17. Looking Glass Looking At Me 4:18
Arthur Lee - guitar, vocals
Charlie Karp - guitar
Frank Fayad - bass
Clarence McDonald - keyboards
Don Poncher - drums
Craig Tarwater - guitar
David Hull - bass
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