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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.
Love the music of The Band. It will live forever. One of the best.Published 19 days ago by Pedrokeys
What can I say that hasn't already been said. This album has been one of my most favorite since its release in the '60's. Read morePublished 28 days ago by Donald H. Sayre
A classic album with the heart and soul of the earth. This is one of those, "stranded on a deserted island" must-haves.Published 1 month ago by T. Robison
Consisted of Robbie Robertson on guitar, Rick Danko (bass), Richard Manuel on
piano, Garth Hudson on organ and keyboard and one American Levon Helm on the
drums, The... Read more
My husband introduced me to "The Band". I didn't even recall hearing their music earlier in the late 60's - 70's. I am enjoying their music. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Deborah Lindemann
Rarely do cd's blow me away, this one did!
Wow, never heard most of these tunes, but they immediately resonated with me.
Is it Country? Yes. Is it Soul? Yes. Is it Blues? Indeed. Its Rock and Roll to be sure. Perhaps some bluegrass influences here and there. Read morePublished 5 months ago by AaronPerspective
Pure Music. Doesn't fit into any specific genre. It is just what music should sound like, and make you feelPublished 5 months ago by skiminsky
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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 Michael Taney | See all 9 posts