15 Jun 2013

Forever Changing - A Tribute to Love's Forever Changes

The start of November sees the Active Listener reach the ripe old age of two, and to celebrate I'm putting together a tribute to Love's "Forever Changes".
"Forever Changing" will be available as a free download through the Active Listener's Bandcamp page.
Basically any track from the original album is up for grabs, as well as both sides of their 1968 single.
I put some feelers out through the Active Listener's Facebook page yesterday and had an overwhelmingly positive response both from people who want to be involved, and from readers who are keen to hear the results - some quality acts are already confirmed, but I still welcome more artists to feature.

Choose from these tracks :

"Alone Again Or" 
"A House Is Not a Motel"
"The Daily Planet"
"Old Man"
"The Red Telephone"
"Maybe the People Would Be the Times or Between Clark and Hilldale"
"Live and Let Live"
"The Good Humor Man He Sees Everything Like This"
"Bummer in the Summer"
"You Set the Scene"
"Your Mind and We Belong Together"
"Laughing Stock"

Artists are encouraged to reinterpret the material in an adventurous fashion.

If you're interested in appearing on this compilation, private message me through the Active Listener facebook page here (preferably),  or e-mail me at theactivelistener@hotmail.com

I'll need to receive the final version of the track by mid September.

I look forward to hearing from you!

1 comment:

  1. What a cool project! "Artists are encouraged to reinterpret the material in an adventurous fashion." I love that!