Richard Shindell, Lucy Kaplansky, and Dar Williams
Cry Cry Cry was a folk supergroup, consisting of Richard Shindell, Lucy Kaplansky, and Dar Williams. The band released a single eponymous album of cover songs on October 13, 1998. Tour [edit ]
The trio performed together on an extensive tour in 1999 singing mainly the songs included on their collaborative album. The tour was met with very favorable reviews.
[1 ] [2 ] Album [edit ]
Cry Cry Cry was a great success on folk music radio. Based on playlists sent to FolkDJ-L, it ranked as the fourth most played album by folk music DJs in 1998, the fifth most played in 1999, and remained in the top 250 through 2002. [7 ] Track listing [edit ] " Fall on Me" ( Berry, Buck, Mills, Stipe) 2:56 "Cold Missouri Waters" ( Keelaghan) 4:32 (based on the Mann Gulch fire) "Speaking With the Angel" ( Sexsmith) 3:58 "The Kid" (Mondlock) 5:39 "Shades of Gray" ( Keen) 4:58 "Lord, I Have Made You a Place in My Heart" ( Brown) 3:34 "By Way of Sorrow" ( Miller) 3:03 "Memphis" ( Eberhardt) 4:46 "Northern Cross" (Smith) 2:55 "Down by the Water" (Armenti) 3:12 "I Know What Kind of Love This Is" ( Nields) 4:25 "The Ballad of Mary Magdalen" ( Shindell) 5:22 Credits [edit ] Jay Bellerose – Percussion, Drums Larry Campbell – Guitar (Acoustic), Fiddle, Guitar, Mandolin, Pedal Steel, Arranger, Lap Steel Guitar, Guitar (Electric Fingerpicked) Cry Cry Cry – Vocal Arrangement Cliff Eberhardt – Guitar Richard Gates – Bass Jon Herington – Guitar Jeff Hill – Bass, Bass (Upright) Lucy Kaplansky – Vocals, Harmony Vocals Billy Masters – Guitar (Electric) Chuck Parrish – Guitar (Acoustic) Doug Plavin – Percussion, Drums Michael Rivard – Bass, Fretless Bass, Bass (Upright) Richard Shindell – Guitar (Acoustic), Vocals, Harmony Vocals Other recordings [edit ]
The trio contributed one song to the folk-tribute album
Bleecker Street: Greenwich Village in the 60's, covering Tom Paxton's " The Last Thing on My Mind". The three also joined together to cover Buddy and Julie Miller's "My Love Will Follow You" on Shindell's solo album, , and to provide backing vocals for the song "Blue Shadows" on Jimmie Dale Gilmore's album (produced by Buddy Miller), "One Endless Night". Somewhere Near Paterson Notes and references [edit ] ^ Joyce, Mike (1999-01-06). "Cry Cry Cry Making a Joyful Noise at the Birchmere". . Washington Post (favorable performance review) ^ Powers, Ann (1999-01-19). "Converting Life's Chaos Into Harmonious Fables". . New York Times (favorable performance review) ^ Anderson, Rick. Cry Cry Cry at AllMusic ^ Fried, Kerry. "Cry Cry Cry - . Cry Cry Cry" Fretplay. ^ PopMatters review ^ Himes, Geoffrey (1999-01-01). "CRY CRY CRY: 'Cry Cry Cry. '" . Washington Post (favorable album review) ^ FolkDJ-L, Compiled list of top albums for 1998 and for 1999 by Richard Gillmann. The most popular songs were, "By Way of Sorrow", "Cold Missouri Waters", "Shades of Gray", and "The Kid". External links [edit ]