The Love Exchange may have called Los Angeles home, but they had San Francisco blood tripping through their veins. The focal point of the band, 16-year-old Bonnie Blunt - her clarion voice a heavenly hybrid of Grace Slick and Elaine "Spanky" McFarlane, burns bright as the sun while Walt Flannery's hypnotic ballroom keyboards and the spellbinding guitar tandem of Dan Altchuler and Fred Barnett swirl around her like the perfect soundtrack for a Griffith Park Love-In.
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    Limited Vinyl Edition Both adventurous and appealingly innocent, the Love Exchange's eponymous 1968 album stands as a perfect example of Aquarian-age sunshine pop. Boasting a swirling, jangly sound and a distinctive lead singer in 16-year-old Bonnie Blunt, the Los Angeles quintet burned briefly but brightly. They remained together long enough to make this album, which remains a favorite of '60s aficionados. Led by the buoyant, infectious psych-folk-pop single "Swallow the Sun," The Love...