Cry Of Love - Cry Of Love album
The Cry of Love is a posthumous album by Jimi Hendrix. It includes new material that he was working on for his planned fourth studio album. While most of the songs were included on proposed track listings by Hendrix, the final selection was made by recording engineer Eddie Kramer and drummer Mitch Mitchell, with input from manager Michael Jeffery.
Just a new way You got over me You got it all wrong Just a new song That I gotta sing You got over me Just a new way, uh-huh Just a new way, now, oh. End of the line You're rollin' away And stop on a dime God you're so wrong When you wanna play But way down inside You want to stop while you're playin', girl. No more of a bad thing No more of a bad thing No more of a bad thing No more, no more, no more . 6. Gotta Love Me. 7. Carnival.
Cry of Love as an album has been rendered as a footnote, since the Hendrix estate has recompiled, to Hendrix's specifications, First Rays of the New Rising Sun. This (originally) double-album set contains not only the entire Cry of Love LP, but the best studio tracks from Rainbow Bridge, War Heroes, and Crash Landing, presented in drastically improved sound.
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Cry of Love were not cut from the same cloth as most of the '90's hard rock bands. Instead of sludgy Sabbath steals, punk rips, or grunge, the band faithfully re-created the classic hard rock and Southern rock sounds of the '70s. From Bad Company to Lynyrd Skynyrd, all of the staples of classic rock could be heard in their music; guitarist Audley Freed wrote riffs that seemed like lost album tracks from 1975. And AOR fans paid tribute - they made "Peace Pipe" and "Bad Thing" major radio hits. Stephen Thomas Erlewine.
The Cry of Love is the first studio album by Jimi Hendrix released after his death. Released on March 5, 1971, by Reprise Records in the United States and Track Records in the United Kingdom, the album was successful on the record charts in both countries and was eventually certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) in 1998.
2) Cry Of Love was a 90's band that would have fit in perfectly with the 70's music scene.
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Written-By – A. Freed*, K. Holland*
|A2||Hand Me Down
Written-By – A. Freed*
Guitar [Tremolo] – Pepper KeenanHandclaps – Audley*, Jason*, John*, Kelly*, Kent*, Robert*Piano – John CusterWritten-By – A. Freed*, J. Custer*, K. Holland*
|B2||Gotta Love Me
Written-By – A. Freed*, J. Custer*, K. Holland*
- Bass – Robert Kearns
- Drums – Jason Patterson
- Engineer – Steve Melton
- Engineer [Assistant] – Kent Bruce
- Guitar – Audley Freed
- Mastered By – Denny Purcell
- Mixed By – John Custer, Steve Melton
- Producer – John Custer
- Vocals, Percussion – Kelly Holland