Sure, there's plenty of reasons to pay up for a Lenny Kravitz concert, if only to see the guy who used to boff Lisa Bonet. But Kravitz's 2008 album It is Time For A Love Revolution re-imagined '60s psychedelia as the sloppy seconds of Grand Funk Railroad and Red Hot Chili Peppers, a gross imitation of who he always wanted to be: the Jewish Jimi Hendrix.
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