25 September 1946, Los Angeles, California, USA, d. 25 December 1998, Los Angeles, California, USA. It took over 30 years for Bryan MacLean to issue a solo record, and ironically just a year later he was dead. MacLean was the other outstanding songwriting contributor to Love, with his gentle folkishness providing a strong antidote to Arthur Lees occasional flights into madness. MacLean composed Softly To Me on the bands self-titled debut and co-composed Andmoreagain, Alone Again Or and Old Man, the latter featuring his winsome vocal, on their 1967 masterpiece Forever Changes. He left the band in early 1968 after the recording of Your Mind And We Belong Together/Laughing Stock, and little was heard from him for over three decades apart from the occasional songwriting credit for his half-sister Maria McKee. Ifyoubelievein was a credible collection of solo demos and home recordings...