11 January 2019

Love Cry Want - Love Cry Want - 1972

1 Peace (For Dakota And Jason)
2 Tomorrow, Today Will Be Yesterday
3 The Great Medicine Dance
4 Angels Wing
5 Ancient Place
6 Love Cry

Jimmy Molneiri: drums & percussions
Joe Gallivan: Drums, Steel Guitar, Synthesizer (Moog), Percussion
Larry Young: Hammond organ
Nicholas: Synthesizer (Prototype Guitar Synthesizer), Electronics (Ring Modulator), Tape (Wind, Rain, Thunder, Lightning, Water, Hi-tension Wires, Wailing Dervish)

Recorded in June 1972, Lafayette Park, Washington DC.

this rip from the cd newjazz.com njc 001

There is a recent band under the name Love Cry Want with Joe Gallivan but the music is very different, you can check it here:

https://lovecrywant.bandcamp.com

16 comments:

correct silence said...

https://1fichier.com/?coo63m91kunpgnro51ra

Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...

Thanks very much!

jerry weinstein said...

Danke schön!

francisco santos said...

BIG THX!...

anon'n'on said...

thanks for the flac

Pino said...

Incredible find!! Many thanks.

BT said...

Thank-you so much

Porer said...

Thank you very much!

jawn michael said...

The link appears to be for the recent group. Am I missing the link for the group that was Recorded in June 1972, Lafayette Park, Washington DC? I don't see it. Please advise if I'm mistaken and thank you.

Ernst Grgo Nebhuth said...

Hi Jawn Michael, the correct link is in the first comment given by Correct Silence.
I see (and hear) 6 tacks after unpacking and scans of the CD.

The link to bandcamp is for the newer recording with Joe Gallivan with two other musicians which are not on the 1972 recording.

jawn michael said...

Thanks I get it now. User error on my part, as I mistook the 1997 to be the date of the recording and failed to look at the liner notes. This is brilliant by the way. Love the electronics. Kind of reminiscent of Wolfgang Dauner's Et Cetera.

kinabalu said...

Nice one. I have this one, most likely the cd version that was posted here. Btw, there is a fairly new lp version out, from what I can see, with the original gate fold sleeve and all. The obvious follow-up to this one is Young's own Lawrence of Newark, which came out the year after. Another goodie, I'm telling ya.

pierre d'alai said...

Awesome!
Back in the days of the audiocassette, I'd have put "Love Cry Want" on Side A, and "Friends" on Side B (Marc Cohen, John Abercrombie, Clint Houston):
https://www.discogs.com/Friends-Friends/release/2135971
http://oblivionrecords.tumblr.com/post/15095866394/friends-marc-cohen-copland-john-abercrombie
(Has "Friends" ever appeared on this blog?)

apf said...

Thank you

Abercrombie fan said...

The album Friends by Marc Cohen is a terrific album that really surprised me, given the somewhat homemade character of the artwork. I would really like to hear it again if someone kindly posts it.

Bhowani said...

Merci !