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Love’s 1973 Lost Classic Black Beauty Available on CD For First Time With Unreleased Bonus Tracks
Black Beauty, the masterpiece by Arthur Lee’s legendary psychedelic rock band Love, is making its first-ever official release on CD, out November 11th via High Moon Records.  The album had never been released in any format until High Moon Records put it out on vinyl in 2012. In November, Black Beauty will be available as a TrueSound Audiophile CD, packaged in a Hardbound Eco-Book.  With its unparalleled sound and state-of-the-art packaging, Black Beauty is being hailed as an instant classic by critics worldwide.  Read and share the exciting announcement courtesy of Rolling Stone. The Deluxe CD comes with a 62-page photo-filled booklet with over 35 never-before-seen photos by Herbert W. Worthington and a revelatory essay by Ben Edmonds. Bonus tracks feature explosive live Black Beauty-era Love performances, an unearthed Arthur Lee interview from 1974, and two unreleased Arthur Lee studio cuts. 
There will be a Love exhibit at the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture, which opens in 2015.  Love’s Black Beauty album will be featured in the exhibit.

Love’s 1973 Lost Classic Black Beauty Available on CD For First Time With Unreleased Bonus Tracks

Black Beauty, the masterpiece by Arthur Lee’s legendary psychedelic rock band Love, is making its first-ever official release on CD, out November 11th via High Moon Records.  The album had never been released in any format until High Moon Records put it out on vinyl in 2012. In November, Black Beauty will be available as a TrueSound Audiophile CD, packaged in a Hardbound Eco-Book.  With its unparalleled sound and state-of-the-art packaging, Black Beauty is being hailed as an instant classic by critics worldwide.  Read and share the exciting announcement courtesy of Rolling Stone.
 
The Deluxe CD comes with a 62-page photo-filled booklet with over 35 never-before-seen photos by Herbert W. Worthington and a revelatory essay by Ben Edmonds. Bonus 
tracks feature explosive live Black Beauty-era Love performances, an unearthed Arthur Lee interview from 1974, and two unreleased Arthur Lee studio cuts. 

There will be a Love exhibit at the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture, which opens in 2015.  Love’s Black Beauty album will be featured in the exhibit.