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  • Performer: The Wildweeds
  • Title: No Good To Cry: The Best of The Wildweeds
  • Genre: Funk & Soul
  • Formats: MPC DXD AU ASF APE DXD MP3
  • Released: 2002
  • Style: Soul
  • MP3 album: 1957 mb
  • FLAC album: 1766 mb
  • Rating: 4.9/5
  • Votes: 420
The Wildweeds - No Good To Cry: The Best of The Wildweeds download album

There was another, odd Wildweeds collection back in the late '80s, but this is superior, as the sound (remastered from the original tapes) is better, and the liner notes tell the full history of the band, with quotes from most of the members, including Al Anderson. The music itself is uneven, but it's an interesting and usually good meld of soul-rock with some garage, pop, and psychedelic touches. The Rascals are an unavoidable reference point, though the Wildweeds were indubitably rawer, and their original material wasn't in the Rascals' class. They're also separated.

No Good To Cry (Instrumental). Before a teenaged Al Anderson began his 22-year run with the well-loved and prolific NRBQ, he had The Wildweeds. Big Al, as he is known, wrote most of this collection of scorching rock and soul-influenced songs. And, this definitive lineup of The Wildweeds never put out an LP. Thus these tracks – many never released – form a great lost album of the 1960s. Tracks 9-14, 17 & 18 previously unreleased All selections un stereo, except tracks 1, 13 & 16.

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Whereas the original Wildweeds' sound was more psychedelic/soul oriented, this album is more Country Rock influenced. Anderson would then record a solo lp for Vanguard and go on to join the popular NRBQ, afterwards he would become a successful songwriter in Nashville being named "BMI Songwriter Of The Year" in 2000. There's a great compilation of the Wildweeds' earlier output  .

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No Good To Cry: The Best Of The Wildweeds. Anderson moved on to become one of the most sought after songwriters in Nashville, and he's still going strong after 40 years of musical adventures.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 The Wildweeds No Good To Cry
2 The Wildweeds Never Mind
3 The Wildweeds Someday Morning
4 The Wildweeds Can't You See That I'm Lonely
5 The Wildweeds It Was Fun While It Lasted
Arranged By [String Arrangements] – Bert Keyes
6 The Wildweeds Sorrow's Anthem
7 The Wildweeds I'm Dreaming
8 The Wildweeds Happiness Is Just An Illusion
Percussion, Arranged By [Horn Arrangement] – Al Lepak, Sr.*
9 The Wildweeds Fuzzy Wuzzy
Bass [Fender Precision Bass] – Al Lepak, Jr.*Organ – Al Anderson
10 The Wildweeds I Can't Stand It
11 The Wildweeds Where Is Our Love
12 The Wildweeds Anytime At All
13 The Wildweeds I Want You Here
Flute – Bob DePalma
14 The Wildweeds And Then There Is Love
15 The Wildweeds I Had A Girl
Arranged By [String Arrangements] – Bert Keyes
16 Ray Zeiner You Know Your Love
Bass – Warren BloomDrums – Bob Dudek
17 The Wildweeds No Good To Cry (Stereo)
18 The Wildweeds No Good To Cry (Instrumental)

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Trod Nossel Productions
  • Copyright (c) – Confidential Recordings
  • Licensed From – TNA Records

Credits

  • A&R – Dean Brownrout, Michael Shelley
  • Art Direction, Design – Mark Scrufari
  • Compilation Producer, Liner Notes – Richard Brukner
  • Drums [Trixon & Ludwig], Vocals – Andy Lepak
  • Engineer – Bill Lobb, Danny Zellman
  • Percussion, Vocals – Martin "Skip" Yakaitis*
  • Producer – Thomas "Doc" Cavalier*
  • Remix, Remastered By – Thomas "Doc" Cavalier*, Richard P. Robinson*
  • Vocals, Bass [Hofner Violin] – Bob Dudek
  • Vocals, Guitar – Al Anderson
  • Vocals, Keyboards [Hammond B3], Electric Piano [Wurlitzer], Piano [Acoustic], Clavinet – Ray Zeiner
  • Written-By – Alan G. Anderson* (tracks: 1 to 9, 12 to 14, 17, 18), Ray Zeiner (tracks: 11, 15, 16), Smokey McAlister* (tracks: 10)

Notes

Before a teenaged Al Anderson began his 22-year run with the well-loved and prolific NRBQ, he had The Wildweeds. Big Al, as he is known, wrote most of this collection of scorching rock and soul-influenced songs. And, this definitive lineup of The Wildweeds never put out an LP. Thus these tracks – many never released – form a great “lost” album of the 1960s.

Tracks 9-14, 17 & 18 previously unreleased
All selections un stereo, except tracks 1, 13 & 16

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 822073300326




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