Albert Ayler - Love Cry album download
- Record Company – ABC Records, Inc.
- Recorded By – ABC Records, Inc.
- Pressed By – Pathé Marconi, Chatou – 259188
- Pressed By – Pathé Marconi, Chatou – 259189
- Designed At – Viceroy
- Bass – Alan Silva
- Design [Cover Design] – Robert & Barbara Flynn
- Design [Liner Design] – Joe Lebow
- Drums – Milford Graves
- Engineer – Bob Arnold
- Harpsichord – Call Cobbs
- Liner Notes – Frank Kofsky
- Photography By [Cover & Liner] – Charles Stewart*
- Producer – Bob Thiele
- Tenor Saxophone, Alto Saxophone [Uncredited], Voice [Uncredited], Written-By – Albert Ayler
- Trumpet – Donald Ayler
NotesAccording to jazzdisco.org discography:
. side A was recorded at Capitol Studios, NYC, August 31, 1967
. side B was recorded at Capitol Studios, NYC, February 13, 1968
. Ayler sings (uncredited) on Love Cry & Universal Indians
. Ayler plays (uncredited) alto sax on Love Cry and Zion Hill
BTW, Ayler is also playing alto sax on all photos of the sleeve, including inside left where tenor sax is stated.
. A-9165 on sleeve (front, back, inside left, spine)
. A.9165 on center labels
. AS 9165 A on run-out and center label A
. AS 9165 B on run-out and center label B
Gatefold cover similar to original US issue Albert Ayler - Love Cry, printed in USA.
Pressed in France not after 1968, and probably released shortly after.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Runout A, stamped): AS 9165 A 21 M6 259188
- Matrix / Runout (Runout B, stamped): AS 9165 B 21 M6 259189
- Matrix / Runout (Label A): AS 9165 A
- Matrix / Runout (Label B): AS 9165 B
- Rights Society: BIEM
- Rights Society: BMI
|AS-9165||Albert Ayler||Love Cry (LP, Album, Gat)||Impulse!||AS-9165||US||1968|
|GRP 11082||Albert Ayler||Love Cry (CD, Album, RE)||GRP, Impulse!||GRP 11082||Germany||Unknown|
|A-9165||Albert Ayler||Love Cry (LP, Album, RE)||Impulse!||A-9165||US||Unknown|
|IMP-88072, AS-9165||Albert Ayler||Love Cry (LP, Album, Promo, RE, Gat)||Impulse!, Impulse!||IMP-88072, AS-9165||Japan||1972|
|AS-9165||Albert Ayler||Love Cry (LP, Album, RE, Gat)||Impulse!||AS-9165||US||1973|
Love Cry is a 1968 album by jazz saxophonist Albert Ayler, released on Impulse! Records in 1968. It was originally reissued on CD by GRP with two previously unreleased alternate takes and one previously unreleased outtake.
Bagpipes – Albert Ayler (tracks: 9. Originally released as Impulse A(S) 9165 ℗ 1971 The Verve Music Group, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc. The Last Album: Recorded August 26 (10, 13), August 27 (11, 12, 14, 15) and August 29 (9), 1969, Plaza Sound Studios, New York City. Originally released as Impulse A(S) 9208 ℗ 1969 The Verve Music Group, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc. Made in the EU.
Much in the same way John Coltrane's later-period Impulse releases weren't commercial, Ayler simply took advantage of a larger record company's distribution, trying to expose the music to more people. Ayler's uncompromising musical freedom mixed with his catchy combination of nursery rhythms and brass band marches remained prominent on Love Cry. The interplay between the Ayler brothers also remained fiery as younger sibling Donald is heard playing trumpet for the last time on a recording with his brother.
Love Cry - Студийный альбом от Albert Ayler. В альбом вошло 12 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 01:03:58. Count Basie - Love Flower. Albert Ayler - Love Cry (A. Ayler). Count Basie & his Orchestra - "Love Flower".
BPM Profile Love Cry. Album starts at 93BPM, ends at 116BPM (+23), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Albert Ayler. Music is the Healing Force of the Universe.
Free download and listen Love Cry, The Last Album. Albert Ayler - Love Flower 03:29. Albert Ayler - Dancing Flowers 02:19. Albert Ayler - Again Comes The Rising Of The Sun 06:53. Albert Ayler - Birth Of Mirth 05:20. Albert Ayler - Universal Indians 09:43. Albert Ayler - Omega 03:13. Albert Ayler - Ghosts 02:45.
Dancing Flowers, 02:24. 14. Where Is The Love - Black Eyed Peas - Single.
Listen free to Albert Ayler – Love Cry (Love Cry, Ghosts and more). From the time he was signed to Impulse in 1966, it was assumed that Albert Ayler's releases on that label would be motivated by an attempt at commercialism. While the music was toned down from his earlier ESP recordings, by no means did Ayler ever make commercial records. Much in the same way John Coltrane's later-period Impulse releases weren't commercial, Ayler simply took advantage of a larger record company's distribution, trying to expose the music to more people.