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Audio CD, Extra tracks, Original recording reissued, August 29, 2000
|1. Across The Great Divide|
|2. Rag Mama Rag|
|3. The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down|
|4. When You Awake|
|5. Up On Cripple Creek|
|6. Whispering Pines|
|7. Jemima Surrender|
|8. Rockin' Chair|
|9. Look Out Cleveland|
|11. The Unfaithful Servant|
|12. King Harvest (Has Surely Come)|
This is one of the best albums ever recorded.
What makes this album so classic is the combination of great songwriting with an unmatched blend of musical virtuosity and variety.
The feeling I get when listening to this album is one of sitting on my back porch with The Band and just listening to them play.
One of my favorite albums. I love this group. But, not the best sound quality.Published 1 day ago by EasyEd
I can't sum this album up in an Amazon review. It's too good. Thank you TBPublished 9 days ago by A. C.
I bought this album along with their first album "Music from Big Pink" because I was sure that I would like them both, because I was such a fan of their work with Bob Dylan... Read morePublished 15 days ago by Brandon Matuja
I think the Band is one of the most underrated bands in history. People these days wouldn't even know who this great band was if you asked them. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Chace Nickey
This is the second album the band released in 1969 after Music from Big Pink and captures the music of the band, the group of Dylan, but native. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Lino Terlati
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Yada-yada. Hit eject after track 12, and you won't have to hear the bonus tracks.
Mar 27, 2012 by Walter Five | See all 3 posts
|THE BAND are a Canadian band , not American!||
Yes -- it's often overlooked that four of these five guys are (or were -- at least one has passed away) Canadian. But they paid their dues playing for years (four or five?) in very funky road houses in the south as a back up band for Ronnie Hawkins, a regional southern rock star. These guys... Read More
Mar 26, 2011 by Amazon Customer | See all 9 posts
|absolutely mandatory listening if you like rock and american history||Be the first to reply|