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  • Actors: Gregg Allman, Roger Waters, Marc Cohn, Jakob Dylan, John Hiatt
  • Directors: Conor McAnally
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Time Life Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: March 19, 2013
  • Run Time: 360 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (98 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00B08FLVO
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14,104 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

Editorial Reviews

Dozens of luminaries from rock, soul and country gathered at the Meadowlands Arena on October 3, 2012, for an incredible tribute to Levon Helm, The Band s late drummer/singer/mandolin player (who passed away in early 2012). The concert, directed by bassist Don Was, was an opportunity to say a final farewell and, in the process, raise money for the ongoing Midnight Ramble series of concerts still held at The Barn, Helm s famous home-studio in Woodstock, New York. One at a time or, sometimes, in pairs, rock-royalty took turns in the spotlight over the course of the evening, singing songs associated with Levon Helm and The Band including "Up On Crippled Creek," "The Shape I m In," "Life is a Carnival," "Ophelia," "The Weight," "Rag Mamma Rag," "I Ain t Got No Home," and "The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down."

Customer Reviews

An all star line playing great music well worth it!!!
Christopher D. Moniz
This is a great CD/DVD, a very nice packaging was done with pics and liner notes.
Robert D. Guerra
Great artists performing great songs from Levon and The Band.
Maria

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49 of 49 people found the following review helpful By Morgan Broman on February 19, 2013
Format: DVD
There are musicians that are loved by the public and there are musicians who are loved by other musicians. The late Levon Helm was both. The proof can be found on the 2DVD (or Blu-Ray), 2CD release of the October all-star "Love for Levon" concert, held in New Jersey in October 2012. The concert features a "Who's Who" of rock, pop, soul, blues, and gospel stars performing songs associated with Helm (and The Band) in interesting combinations and without pretense. Hell, even Roger Waters of the progressive rock giant Pink Floyd is on board. It is an engrossing show with numerous high points. I'm a huge Allen Toussaint fan and he perfectly nails "Life is a Carnival." My Morning Jacket is a great fit for a rousing "Ophelia." "The Shape I'm In" gets a deep southern make-over from Warren Haynes. And the always entertaining John Hiatt joyously romps through "Rag Mama Rag." These songs, many written by Robbie Robertson of The Band, have become American standards and this great show demonstrates how vital they are today to musicians from all genres. Levon Helm's Midnight Ramble Band, led by master guitarist Larry Campbell sounds great throughout the show. Some of the performances are "ragged but right" at times, evoking the spontaneous spirit of Levon himself. It is great to see The Band's Garth Hudson wail on the organ in "Chest Fever" for his missing bandmate. This is a labor of love, rooted in the songs and spirit of Levon Helm. Highly recommended for fans of "real" American music.
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94 of 100 people found the following review helpful By Thomas Lodice on February 3, 2013
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
I'm so glad this is coming out on DVD. Here's the setlist

1."The Shape I'm In"
feat. Warren Haynes
2."Long Black Veil"
feat. Greg Allman and Warren Haynes
3."Trouble in Mind"
feat. Jorma Kaukonen and Barry Mitterhoff
4."This Wheel's on Fire"
5."Little Birds"
feat. Garth Hudson
6."Listening to Levon"
feat. Marc Cohn
7."Move Along Train"
feat. Mavis Staples
8."Life is a Carnival"
feat. Allen Toussaint and Jai Johanny Johanson
9."When I Paint My Masterpiece"
feat. Garth Hudson and John Prine
10."Anna Lee"
feat Bruce Hornsby
11."Ain't Got No Home"
feat. Jakob Dylan and Rami Jaffee
12."Whispering Pines"
feat. Lucinda Williams
13"Rag Mama Rag"
feat. John Hiatt and Mike Gordon
14."Don't Do It"
feat. David Bromberg and Joan Osborne
15."I Shall Be Released"
feat. Grace Potter and Matt Burr
16."Tears of Rage"
feat. John Mayer and Ray LaMontagne
17."Rockin' Chair"
feat. Dierks Bentley, Jon Randall and Jessi Alexander
18."Chest Fever"
feat. Garth Hudson, Dierks Bentley, Jon Randall and Jessi Alexander
19."A Train Robbery"
feat. Eric Church
20."Get Up Jake"
feat. Eric Church
21."Tennessee Jed"
feat. John Mayer
22."Up on Cripple Creek"
feat. Joe Walsh and Robert Randolph
23."Ophelia"
feat. My Morning Jacket
24."It Makes No Difference"
feat. My Morning Jacket
25."The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down"
feat. Roger Waters, G.E. Smith and My Morning Jacket
26."Wide River to Cross"
feat. Roger Waters, G.E. Smith and Amy Helm
27."The Weight"
feat. all guest musicians
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54 of 56 people found the following review helpful By Bernie Lake on February 4, 2013
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
Yeah! I have been waiting for this release since the night of the concert. I flew from Atlanta to Newark just to see this show, and flew back the next morning. I have been going to concerts since the 60's, and this one may have been my all time favorite. What a show! What a line up, and what a play list. I couldn't wipe the grin off my face for days, thinking back on the show. My two favorite moments were Grace Potter singing "I Shall Be Released" and Roger Waters talking about the hat that Levon gave him when they were doing "The Wall" in Berlin. The only two disappointing parts of the show were Patty Griffin not showing up as announced, and the fact that they didn't play all night long!
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Walter in Austin on April 17, 2013
Format: DVD
These types of tribute concerts are always a mixed bag, as you get a wide selection of artists from all over the musical spectrum that don't necessarily mesh together in a night's program, playing with a backing band that they haven't gotten to rehearse much with. That being said, the organizers did a better job than most in putting together people and songs that made some kind of sense in terms of providing a tribute to Levon (a huge musical personality, and wonderful singer and drummer but not really a songwriter). That many of the songs were by Robbie Robertson, who Levon feuded with famously right to the end, is ironic. Robertson, as you might expect, was not in attendance, but Garth Hudson (looking quite elderly and frail, but still tearing it up on keyboards and accordion) was. And where was Dylan (whose songs were also featured during the concert)? Seems pretty disrespectful that he wasn't there.

The show gets off to a shaky start with Warren Haynes doing a tentative version of "The Shape I'm In," but then things pick up. Highpoints include Mavis Staples, energizing the band and crowd (albiet with a gospel song), John Prine giving his all on "When I Paint My Masterpiece" while looking in shockingly-ill health and not having a lot of voice left, Grace Potter playing some subtle, soulful Hammond B-3 and doing an emotional version of "I Shall be Released" (although watching her drummer's stage demeanor was really off-putting), and Marc Cohn surprising me, at least, with a great song he wrote about Levon back in '06.

I felt bad for Joan Osborne, who always does a sterling job at these things, being paired with David Bromberg for a vocal duet on "Don't Do It.
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