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This 1973, often overlooked, album is at the same time a very different album and still a typical Band album.
Thanks to the addition of several excellent outtakes and improved sound quality, this reissue easily surpasses the original.
A great Piano solo by either Richard Manual or Garth Hudson echoing Johnny Johnson (Chuck Berry's Piano player).
The material on this cd is not as commanding as "MUSIC FROM BIG PINK" or that matter "STAGE FRIGHT" but it has expert covers of the early rock and roll that formed... Read morePublished 15 months ago by John Walsh
ALWAYS WAS FASCINATED WITH THIS LP ,WITH SOME ADDED TRACKS JUST HAD TO ANTI UP (WELL WORTH IT) AND AS TIGHT AND FUNKY AS IT USE TO BE ,THE REMASTER PUTS MORE FROSTING ON THE CAKEPublished 17 months ago by John S. Steele
Moondog Matinee was the 6th Band album under their 10-year/10-album recording contract. Slotting between the extraordinary New Years Eve NYC live Rock of Ages (5th) recording... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Dan the Man
i love the band and i love most of the stuff theyever did. but this , in some ways, is my favorite band record. Read morePublished 18 months ago by ames
I listen to a lot of The Band and I love Levon Helm. This was a little different twist for the band as they covered some 50's type sound. Read morePublished 19 months ago by B. Robinson
TO ME,THIS IS ONE OF THE BEST BAND ALBUMS OF ALL. I LISTEN TO IT ALL THE TIME. SOME GREAT TAKES ON THESE SONGS. THEY REALLY MAKE THEM THEIR OWN. Read morePublished on July 6, 2012 by LISAKAY
Uncertain of their direction and what they were going to do after "Cahoots" The Band did a series of casual sessions recording a variety of oldies some of which they had played... Read morePublished on September 10, 2011 by Wayne Klein
Hey Capitol Records: Why did you decide to replace the original cover of this album (a well-drawn and detailed street scene featuring the members of the band) with this awful,... Read morePublished on December 7, 2010 by Michael R. Gray
The Band was the best band in the history of rock and before they were The Band they were The Hawks! Read morePublished on January 17, 2009 by music lover