A pretty great set of unreleased tracks by Michael Fennelly – a name that might be instantly familiar, but he's a vital figure in late 60s sunshine rock and 70s power pop – thanks to his work in Curt Boettcher's Millennium
and Fennelly's later group Crabby Appleton! Love Can Change Everything is a set of previously unreleased demos, some going back to the late 60s Millennium
period – a band in which Fennelly was one of the ensemble working under songwriter Curt Boettcher and producer Gary Usher. It's also got formative versions of Crabby Appleton tunes – the group in which Fennelly was a primary creative engine. It's revelatory stuff and a joy from beginning to end! Brilliantly well crafted late 60s/
early 70s grooves that have a bit more for a Cali folk rock vibe than his commercially released material, but it's got a fully formed feel. 24 tracks: "I've Been Found", "I Don't Think That I'll See That Time Again", "Try To Understand", "Iris Please", "Leanna", "Under The Trees And Moonlight", "Hunger For Love", "The Other Side", a nice version of the Crabby Appleton breakout "Go Back", "Dark Night", "Flyer" and more.