Primordial Lovers

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Primordial Lovers
Primordial Lovers.jpg
Cd Cover
Studio album by Essra Mohawk
Released 1970
Recorded 1969
Studio Elektra Sound Recorders, Los Angeles; Pacific High Recording Studios, San Francisco
Genre Rock
Language English
Label Rhino Handmade
Producer Frazier Mohawk
Essra Mohawk chronology
Sandy's Album Is Here At Last
(1969)Sandy's Album Is Here At Last1969
Primordial Lovers
(1970)
Essra Mohawk
(1975)Essra Mohawk1975
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars[1]

Primordial Lovers, Reprise 6377, is a 1970 rock album by Essra Mohawk. In 1977 Primordial Lovers was listed as one of the "25 All Time Best Albums" by Rolling Stone Magazine[citation needed]. In 2000 the album was re-released by Rhino Handmade as a 22 track collection, combining the original album with a non-album single, "Jabberwock Song", and the 1974 follow-up album, Essra Mohawk.

The original 1970 Reprise issue of the album included a 20-page booklet with the album's song lyrics. In 2010 the original album was reissued by Collector's Choice with five extra tracks.

Track listing of original album[edit]

  1. I Am the Breeze
  2. Spiral
  3. I'll Give It to You Anyway
  4. I Have Been Here Before
  5. Looking Forward to the Dawn
  6. Thunder in the Morning
  7. Lion on the Wing
  8. It's Up to Me
  9. It's Been a Beautiful Day

Additional tracks[edit]

  1. Jabberwock Song
  2. Image of You
  3. New Skins for Old
  4. Openin' My Love Doors
  5. Full Fledged Woman
  6. You're Finally Here
  7. Summertime
  8. Back in the Spirit
  9. You Make Me Come to Pieces
  10. I Cannot Forget
  11. Song to an Unborn Soul
  12. If I'm Going to Go Crazy With Someone, It Might As Well Be You
  13. Magic Pen [2]

Personnel[edit]

  • Essra Mohawk – Keyboards, Vocals
  • Jerry Hahn - Guitars
  • Lee Underwood - Guitar
  • Doug Hastings - Guitar
  • Dallas Taylor - Drums
  • George Marsh - Drums
  • Mel Graves - Bass
  • Jerry Penrod - Bass
  • Joe Keefe - Vibraphone
  • George St. John - Oboe

References[edit]

  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^ Amazon.com: Primordial Lovers MM: Music: Essra Mohawk