THE BAND – Asbury Park 1976 Live at Casino Arena, Asbury Park, New Jersey, USA, July 20th 1976 DVD (Approx. 80 Min.): Introduction, Don’t Do It, The Shape I’m In, It Makes No Difference, The Weight, King Harvest (Has Surely Come), Twilight, Ophelia, Tears Of Rage, Forbidden Fruit, This Wheel’s ...
New from the mighty Rattlesnake label is a 1 CD Levon Helm release. Concentrating on the drummers work in July 1977 while recording the ( now deleted ) album “Levon Helm and the RCO Allstars”. The disk features a stellar cast of Mac Rebenac, Booker T. Jones, Steve Carter, Fred ...
Live 1970 (BA70-001A/B) In 1969 The Band were solidifying their reputation both as a powerful live force with appearances at Woodstock and the Isle Of Wight, and as composers with the September release of the now classic The Band. The following year netted them even more high praise and publicity ...
On Stages (Pignon-007) The Band’s Final Waltz in 1976 was meant to single the end of the band. But watching the film it seemed more Robbie Robertson’s than a mutual decision. After fulfilling their contract with Islands in March 1977, the musicians went their separate ways. Rick Danko released an ...
Happy, Happy Birthday Eric! (Dandelion DL 017) March 30, 1976, Shangri-La Studios, Malibu, California It’s Eric Clapton’s Birthday (Billy Preston) / Who Do You Love (Van Morrison) / Hard Times (Rick Danko) Stormy Monday (Van Morrison) / Instrumental Jam / Adios Mi Corason (Bob Dylan) / The Water Is Wide ...
Live 1969 (BA69-001A/B/C) Although The Band as a cohesive musical group formed in 1961, they spend much of the sixties as the back up band for Ronnie Hawkins and Bob Dylan. It wasn’t until the 1968 release of Music From Big Pink they established themselves as a talented force in ...
New York & Oakland 1974 (Mid Valley Sampler) A common assessment of Bob Dylan and The Band’s 1974 tour is that, despite the commercial success, it was an artistic failure. Instead of being a time of renewed creativity, it was more of a nostalgic trip for both artists and audience. ...
Los Angeles Forum 1974 (Mid Valley Sampler) Bob Dylan made very few live appearances in the late sixties and early seventies such as the Isle of Wight in 1969, the Bangladesh benefit in 1971 and a guest appearance with The Band at the Academy Of Music in New York on New Year’s Day ...
Bob Dylan And The Band 1969-1970 (Hook N Jab) Johnny Cash Show, ABC-TV – May 1st, 1969: I Threw It All Away, Living The Blues, Girl From The North Country Isle Of Wight Festival – August 31st, 1969: The Weight (The Band), I Threw It All Away, Highway 61 Revisited, ...
It’s Great To Be Back In New York (Vintage Masters Premium Series VM-011A/B) Madison Square Garden, New York, NY – January 31, 1974 (evening and afternoon show) Disc 1 (77:42): Most Likely You Go Your Way, Lay Lady Lay, Just Like Tom Thumbs Blues, Rainy Day Women #12&35, It ...
Across The Great New Jersey (no label) When The Band returned to live performance after their eighteen-month hiatus, they did so in a big way by playing at the legendary Watkins Glen festival in upstate New York on July 28th, 1973. Along with the Grateful Dead and the Allman Brothers, ...
Twilight In Concert (Mainstream MSBR-72) Carter Baron Amphitheater, Washington, DC – July 17th, 1976 Don’t Do It, The Shape I’m In, It Makes No Difference, The Weight, King Harvest, Twilight, Ophelia, Tears Of Rage, Forbidden Fruit, This Wheel’s On Fire, The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down, The Genetic Method, ...
Complete Before The Flood (Seymour Records SR-003/4/5/6) The Forum, Los Angeles, CA – February 14th, 1974 (afternoon & evening shows) Disc 1: Afternoon show, Dylan & The Band: Most Likely You’ll Go Your Way, Lay Lady Lay, Just Like Tom Thumb’s Blues, Rainy Day Woman, It Ain’t Me Babe, ...
Plays On (Screamer-05042/43) Music Inn, Lennox, MA – July 18th, 1976 Disc 1 (46:09): Intro., Don’t Do It, Shape I’m In, It Makes No Difference, The Weight, King Harvest, Twilight, Ophelia, Tears Of Rage Disc 2 (40:52): Forbidden Fruit, This Wheel’s On Fire, The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down, ...