The Band - The Last Waltz


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Total download size: 1.60GB Total play length: 2:14:05

Cover art included, liner notes not included

Even taking into account inflation, it's ironic in this era of $250 concert tickets that critics harped when the Band charged $25 for their legendary November 1976 farewell show at San Francisco's Winterland. That price not only included Thanksgiving dinner, but also numerous guest superstars who'd influenced, worked with, and/or shared the Canadian roots of Robbie Robertson and crew. What transpired was a grand celebration of North American musical forms. There are numerous definitive performances here--from Van Morrison's goose-bump-inducing "Caravan" and solo rendition of the beautiful Irish standard "Tura Lura Lural" (Celtic music inspired those Appalachians in the first place) to Bob Dylan and "the Hawks" delivering a pop-metallic "Baby, Let Me Follow You Down," first captured on the Royal Albert Hall Concert tapes. But because this new fleshed-out version--produced and compiled by Robertson--includes surprises (late blues legend Muddy Waters's endearing take on Louis Jordan's "Caledonia"; current blues legend Dylan's "Hazel"), and treasures ("This Wheels on Fire," Neil Young's "Four Strong Winds").

1. Theme From The Last Waltz
2. Up On Cripple Creek
3. The Shape I'm in
4. It Makes No Difference
5. Who Do You Love
6. Life Is A Carnival
7. Such A Night
8. Down South In New Orleans
9. Mystery Train
10. Mannish Boy
11. Stagefright
12. Further On Up The Road
13. Ophelia
14. Helpless
15. Coyote
16. Dry Your Eyes
17. Tura Lura Lural
18. Caravan
19. The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down
20. Baby Let Me Follow You Down
21. I Don't Believe You (She Acts Like We Never Have Met)
22. Forever Young
23. Baby Let Me Follow You Down
24. I Shall Be Released
25. The Well
26. Evangeline
27. Out Of The Blue
28. The Weight
29. The Last Waltz Refrain
30. Theme From The Last Waltz

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