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Arthur Lee, as the only remaining member, convened a new lineup and continued recording as Love.
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" When I did that album ," commented Arthur Lee, " I thought I was going to die at that particular time, so those were my last words.
I must have been there at least 45 minutes when one of the classical musicians said, ' If this guy Arthur Lee doesn't show up soon, I'm leaving.
"... Arthur's genius lay in his ability to imagine songs, with fully formed lyrics and melodies ," wrote John Einarson in " Forever Changes: Arthur Lee and the Book of Love ," an authorized biography on Lee that was released in 2010.
Led by the eccentric, reclusive and brilliant Arthur Lee, the Los Angeles quintet was not as optimistically Aquarian as its name suggests.
Critic Billy Altman, whose work has appeared in many publications including Entertainment Weekly and The New York Times, wrote the following for Amazon. com: " One of rock's most overlooked masterpieces, this third album by the L. A. folk-rock outfit led by inscrutable singer-songwriter Arthur Lee sounds as fresh and innovative today as it did upon its original release in 1968.
In an obituary of Arthur Lee in early 2007, Kandia Crazy Horse of Vibe Magazine wrote that "' Forever Changes ' ( was ) his psychedelic masterpiece ... an exhilarating mash-up of West Side freak folk with East Side mariachi and blues.
Drug-crazed firearms freak, poet and visionary Arthur Lee and his band captured its spirit on this absolute classic just perfectly: the peace and love ; the harmony ; the silliness, the incipient paranoia ..."
It was also significant for being the first song cycle by an African-American pop musician ( group leader Arthur Lee was African American as was lead guitarist John Echols ).
* Neil Young: arranger on " The Daily Planet " ( according to the book " Forever Changes: Arthur Lee and the Book of Love ")
This law conferred the Chequers Estate owned by Sir Arthur and Lady Lee, as a gift to the Crown for use as a country home for future Prime Ministers.
Popular music stars in the early 1950s included Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett, Frankie Laine, Patti Page, Judy Garland, Johnnie Ray, Kay Starr, Perry Como, Bing Crosby, Rosemary Clooney, Dean Martin, Georgia Gibbs, Eddie Fisher, Teresa Brewer, Dinah Shore, Kitty Kallen, Joni James, Peggy Lee, Julie London, Toni Arden, June Valli, Doris Day, Arthur Godfrey, Tennessee Ernie Ford, Guy Mitchell, Nat King Cole, and vocal groups like The Mills Brothers, The Ink Spots, The Four Lads, The Four Aces, The Chordettes, Fontane Sisters, The Hilltoppers and The Ames Brothers.
Aubrey Beardsley – Max Beerbohm – Vernon Lee – Edward MacCurdy – Fiona MacLeod – George Meredith – Alice Meynell – George Moore – William Morris – Frederick W. H. Myers – Walter Pater – Robert Ross – Dante Gabriel Rossetti – John Ruskin – John Addington Symonds – Arthur Symons – Rachel Annand Taylor – James McNeill Whistler
1966 ); Crapsey, Adelaide: " Pierrot " ( c. 1914 ); Faulkner, William: Vision in Spring ( 1921 ); Ficke, Arthur Davison: " A Watteau Melody " ( 1913 ); Garrison, Theodosia: " Good-Bye, Pierrette " ( 1906 ), " When Pierrot Passes " ( before 1917 ); Griffith, William: Loves and Losses of Pierrot ( 1916 ), Three Poems: Pierrot, the Conjurer, Pierrot Dispossesed, The Stricken Pierrot ( 1923 ); Hughes, Langston: " A Black Pierrot " ( 1923 ), " Pierrot " ( 1926 ), " For Dead Mimes " ( 1926 ), " Heart " ( 1932 )— see " Goldweber " under External links below ; Loveman, Samuel: " In Pierrot's Garden " ( 1911 ; five poems ); Lowell, Amy: " Stravinsky's Three Pieces " ( 1915 ); Masters, Edgar Lee: " Poor Pierrot " ( 1918 ); Moore, Marianne: " To Pierrot Returning to His Orchid " ( c. 1910 ); Shelley, Melvin Geer: " Pierrot " ( 1940 ); Stevens, Wallace: " Pierrot " ( 1909, first pub.
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The countrywide success of `` Lazybones '' and `` And The Angels Sing '' could only lead to Hollywood, where, besides Harold Arlen, Mercer collaborated with Harry Warren, Jimmy Van Heusen, Richard Whiting, Walter Donaldson, Jerome Kern, and Arthur Schwartz.
Not only is Mr. Frelinghuysen a member of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, but he is the grandson of the man who was instrumental in opening relations between the United States and Korea, Frederick T. Frelinghuysen, Secretary of State in the administration of Chester A. Arthur.
The only original works attempting to reach any stature: Tennessee Williams' disappointing domestic comedy, Period Of Adjustment, and Arthur Laurents' clever but empty Invitation To A March.
But after only a brief stay she left him to marry her previous lover, Baron Arthur Gundaccar von Suttner.
In the short story The Chocolate Box ( 1923 ) Poirot provides Captain Arthur Hastings with an account of what he considers to be his only failure.
Other singers, such as Arthur Brown, Procol Harum's Gary Brooker, Dave Terry aka Elmer Gantry, Vitamin Z's Geoff Barradale and Marmalade's Dean Ford, have recorded only once or twice with the Project.
The unsymmetrical form of the meridional pencil — formerly the only one considered — is coma in the narrower sense only ; other errors of coma have been treated by Arthur König and Moritz von Rohr, and later by Allvar Gullstrand.
In Great Britain, the only way in which the play was initially allowed to be given in London was in an adapted form made by Henry Arthur Jones and Henry Herman and called Breaking a Butterfly.
The characters have made cameo appearances ( either visually or only voices ) and have been referenced in numerous television shows, such as Friends, Two and a Half Men, Celebrity Deathmatch, Robot Chicken, Space Ghost Coast to Coast, and Saturday Night Live ( TV Funhouse ), in films such as Airheads, Clueless, Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery and Jackass 3D, and even parodied in children shows such as Tiny Toon Adventures, Regular Show and Arthur.
Montgomery came to the conclusion that the conflict could not be won without harsh measures, and that self-government was the only feasible solution ; in 1923, after the establishment of the Irish Free State and during the Irish Civil War, Montgomery wrote to Colonel Arthur Percival of the Essex Regiment:
These proved crucial in 1813 and 1814, when Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington's army besieged the city in the Napoleonic Wars, only taking it when they used a bridge of ships across the Adour to position artillery around the city.
In a 1985 interview on Yorkshire Television's Arthur C. Clarke's World of Strange Powers, Elsie said that she and Frances were too embarrassed to admit the truth after fooling Conan Doyle, the author of Sherlock Holmes: " Two village kids and a brilliant man like Conan Doyle – well, we could only keep quiet.
However it was only in 1927 that the shakta theory of seven main chakras, that has become most popular in the West, was introduced, largely through the translation of two Indian texts: the Sat-Cakra-Nirupana, and the Padaka-Pancaka, by Sir John Woodroffe, alias Arthur Avalon, in a book titled The Serpent Power.
" Churchill – who was himself only thirty-eight years old in 1912 – took to him immediately and he was appointed Private Naval Secretary to the First Lord against the advice of First Sea Lord Sir Arthur Wilson.
A small Irish nationalist party, Sinn Féin, was widely, but wrongly, credited with orchestrating the Easter Rising even though its leader Arthur Griffith advocated only Irish self-government under a dual monarchy.
The original concept relied only on radiation from the Sun – for example in Arthur C. Clarke's 1965 story " Sunjammer ".
and proliferation of hyphenated entities such as " thing-in-itself " ( Immanuel Kant ), " things-as-interacted-by-us " ( Arthur Fine ), " table-of-commonsense " and " table-of-physics " ( Sir Arthur Eddington ) which are " warning signs " for conceptual idealism according to Musgrave because they allegedly do not exist but only highlight the numerous ways in which people come to know the world.
With Norman law favouring John as the only surviving son of Henry II and Angevin law favouring Arthur as the heir of Henry's elder son, the matter rapidly became an open conflict.
In the view of historian Thomas Charles-Edwards, " at this stage of the enquiry, one can only say that there may well have been an historical Arthur ... the historian can as yet say nothing of value about him ".