|Studio album by Love|
|Recorded||A makeshift studio in a rented warehouse, and at Sunset Sound Recorders, Hollywood, California, September 1968 - October 1969|
|Label||Blue Thumb (U.S.), Harvest (UK), One Way/MCA (1990 compact disc)|
Out Here (1990 CD cover)
|The Village Voice||C–|
Recording three LPs worth of material with a new line-up, Lee gave one to Elektra Records in order to fulfill the contract that had been in place for nearly four years. Four Sail was released in August 1969.
Arranging the two remaining LPs into a double album, Lee signed a new contract with Blue Thumb Records and oversaw the release of the seventeen-track Out Here in December 1969, a few months after Elektra released Four Sail.
The Out Here title came from the name of the cover painting, created by Burt Shonberg in 1969.
In May 2007, the album was released as the first disc of The Blue Thumb Recordings by Universal's Hip-O Select division. Its only appearance on compact disc before this was a 1990 reissue distributed through MCA. (The British label Ace put together an official compilation called Out There, featuring most of the songs from Out Here but filled the rest of the disc with songs not associated with the album.)
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