The Band - The Last Waltz Sampler album flac
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|A1||–The Band||Out Of The Blue
Bass – Rick DankoDrums – Levon HelmGuitar, Piano, Vocals – Robbie RobertsonKeyboards – Richard ManuelOrgan, Synthesizer – Garth HudsonWritten-By – R. Robertson*
Backing Vocals – Joni MitchellGuitar, Vocals, Written-By – Neil Young
|A3||–Eric Clapton||Further On Up The Road
Guitar [Solo] – Robbie RobertsonGuitar [Solo], Vocals – Eric ClaptonWritten-By – D. B. Robey*, J. Medwick Veasey*
Vocals, Written-By – Van Morrison
|B1||–The Band||Up On Cripple Creek
Vocals – Levon HelmWritten-By – R. Robertson*
|B2||–Neil Diamond||Dry Your Eyes
Drums – Dennis St. JohnGuitar, Vocals – Neil DiamondWritten-By – Neil Diamond, R. Robertson*
|B3||–The Band||Life Is A Carnival
Guitar [Solo] – Robbie RobertsonVocals – Levon Helm, Rick DankoWritten-By – Levon Helm, Rick Danko, R. Robertson*
|B4||–Bob Dylan||Baby Let Me Follow You Down (Reprise)
Guitar [Solo] – Robbie RobertsonGuitar, Vocals – Bob DylanWritten-By – Rev. Gary Davis
|B5||–Bob Dylan||I Shall Be Released
Backing Vocals – Bobby Charles, Dr. John, Eric Clapton, Joni Mitchell, Neil Diamond, Neil Young, Paul Butterfield, Ronnie Hawkins, Van MorrisonDrums – Ringo StarrGuitar – Ron WoodVocals – Bob Dylan, Richard ManuelWritten-By – Bob Dylan
NotesDJ promo release.
|PRCD 400058||The Band||Selections From The Last Waltz Boxed Set (CD, Promo, Smplr)||Rhino Records||PRCD 400058||US||2002|
|CP - 305, CP 305||The Band||The Last Waltz (LP, Album, Promo)||Warner Bros. Records, Warner Bros. Records||CP - 305, CP 305||Spain||1978|
Side One Theme from the Last Waltz (Concert Version)The Band Up On Cripple Creek (Concert Version)The Band Who Do You Love (Concert Version) [feat.
The Last Waltz Suite: The Last Waltz Refrain - The Band. Открывайте новую музыку каждый день. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией.
THE LAST WALTZ film on Blu-ray. Second Blu-Ray disc including a rarely seen interview from the 1990s with Martin Scorsese and Robbie Robertson, photo gallery, and . audio mix of the original album.
The Last Waltz is the second live album by the Band, released on Warner Bros. Records in 1978, catalogue 3WS 3146. It is the soundtrack to the 1978 film of the same name, and the final album by the original configuration of the Band. It peaked at on the Billboard 200. The triple album documents the Band's "farewell" concert which took place at Bill Graham's Winterland Ballroom on Thanksgiving Day 1976
The Last Waltz is the soundtrack to the 1978 film The Last Waltz documenting the "farewell" concert of the classic line-up of Canadian-American rock group The Band which took place at Bill Graham's Winterland Ballroom on Thanksgiving Day 1976. The concert saw The Band joined by more than a dozen special guests, including Paul Butterfield, Eric Clapton, Neil Diamond, Bob Dylan, Emmylou Harris, Ronnie Hawkins, Dr. John, Joni Mitchell, Van Morrison, Ringo Starr, Muddy Waters, Ronnie Wood and Neil Young.
But as an album, The Last Waltz soundtrack had to compete with the Band's earlier live album, Rock of Ages, with which it bears a certain superficial resemblance - both found the group trying to create something grander than the standard-issue live double, and both featured the group beefed up by additional musicians
The Last Waltz (1978). The Last Waltz Suite: Out of the Blue. was covered in. Out of the Blue by Robbie Robertson (2000). The Last Waltz Suite: The Weight by The Band and The Staple Singers. is a cover of. The Weight by The Band (1968). Caravan by The Band feat. Caravan by Van Morrison (1970). Further on Up the Road by The Band feat. Farther Up the Road by Bobby Bland (1957). Mystery Train by The Band feat. Mystery Train by Little Junior Parker (1953).
The box set The Last Waltz is a 2002 four-disc re-release of the 1978 album The Last Waltz documenting the concert The Last Waltz, the last concert by the Band with its classic line up. A full forty tracks are taken from the show in addition to rehearsal outtakes. Twenty-four tracks are previously unreleased
The Last Waltz doesn’t just document The Band’s final performance-it’s a living biography of the roots-rock legends. Beyond the eeling romps through classics like Up On Cripple Creek, it corrals an all-star cast of mentors, including blues great Muddy Waters (on a gloriously swampy Mannish Boy ) and fellow ’60s-Toronto traveler Neil Young (on a heavenly Helpless ). A rip-roaring Baby Let Me Follow You Down reaffirms how The Band always brought the freewheeling best out of former boss Bob Dylan. The Last Waltz The Band.