No Woman, No Cry" is a reggae song by Bob Marley and the Wailers. The song first became known in 1974 from the studio album Natty Dread. This studio version used a drum machine. The live version from the 1975 album Live! was released as a single and is the best known version; it was included on the greatest hits compilation Legend, and was recorded at the Lyceum Theatre in London on July 17, 1975 as part of his Natty Dread Tour.
One of Bob Marley’s most enduring songs, No Woman No Cry is a call to a woman in his life to be positive and not to worry about the bad times originally from the album Natty Dread. The single version of the track and the version which featured in his greatest hits album Legend was recorded live at the Lyceum in London and included on the album Live! The song has a strong legacy, placing 37 on Rolling Stone’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time. It has been covered multiple times, most famously by The Fugees and Nina Simone. No Woman, No Cry" Track Info
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Lady cry, lady cry burning like the fire wanna be, wanna be this is not for me lady cry, lady cry wanna treat you right let us pray let us pray foolish lady prays. Baby don't cry give me a pray and i will wipe away your cries End of the line you must step aside Find. Lady cry, lady cry when i see you i just die One two three, One two three come and give me misery.
No Woman, No Cry. by. Bob Marley and The Wailers. Composer: Vincent Ford Lyricist: Vincent Ford Lead Vocals: Bob Marley Background Vocals: I-Threes Guitar: Al Anderson, Bob Marley Bass: Aston "Family Man" Barrett Drums: Carlton Carly Barrett Percussion: Alvin Seeco Patterson Mixers: Dave Harper, Phill Brown.
No woman, don’t cry is what Bob Marley really means in this classic hit. It’s about Marley’s upbriging, his stories in his hometown (Trench Town), his lyrics are both political and personal, mentioning the government and the hypocrites which he really hated, as well as talking to a woman who is crying and telling her not to cry and to forget the past. Marley is reminding the woman of the good memories, and the fact that everything’s gonna be alright.
Feeling strong and fit after their layoff, Wolf Parade don't sound like a band convinced they have something to prove on Cry Cry Cry - it quickly announces that they're as capable and creative as ever, and the finished product is as strong as anything they've released to date.
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- Published By – Alentra Music
- Produced For – Lyn-Ett Productions
- Arranged By – Wendell Ferguson
- Producer, Songwriter – Bob Everett
NotesSong repeats on both sides.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (runout etched side A): WRC3 4467 .S DM-
- Matrix / Runout (runout stamped side A): 92
- Matrix / Runout (runout etched side B): WRC3 4467 .S DM-
- Matrix / Runout (runout stamped side B): 93
- Other: MAPL
- Rights Society: PRO Canada