Just two months before their farewell concert The Last Waltz, The Band performed an electric show at the iconic New York venue, The Palladium. The performance was broadcast live on local radio station WNEW FM, allowing everyone in the vicinity to hear this dynamic gig. It may have been one of The Band’s last live performances, but the passion in their music showed no sign of wavering. Their more famous and high profile goodbye concert performed alongside the good and great of contemporary music a couple of months henceforth would become the group’s swansong thanks to the film of the event made by Martin Scorsese, but this more intimate affair provides an excellent opportunity to hear just how great The Band were sounding live in a more traditional setting at this juncture.
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The Band’s initial live release, 1972′s Rock of Ages, off-handedly overhauling their catalog, rather than attempting to simply replicate it — showcasing a group pushing itself musically and creatively. Robbie Robertson, having previously collaborated with Allen Toussaint on “Life is a Carnival” from the year before, asked the New Orleans soul Svengali back in to […]
Tracks: 01 The Weight 02 Caledonia Mission 03 Tears of Rage 04 Ain’t No More Cane on the Brazos 05 King Harvest (Has Surely Come) 06 Up on Cripple Creek 07 Whispering Pines 08 Stage Fright 09 The Shape I’m In 10 When I Paint My Masterpiece 11 Life Is a Carnival 12 Rag Mama […]
Tracks: 1.Stand Up 2.Remedy 3.Back to Memphis iTunes 4.Blind Willie McTell 5.Atlantic City 6.Forever Young 7.Young Blood 8.Stuff You Gotta Watch 9.White Cadillac 10.The High Price of Love 11.She Knows mp3 160 kbps | 60 MB | UL | CL