The Band - Moondog Matinee album flac
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|A-1||Ain't Got No Home
Written By – Clarence "Frogman" Henry
Written By – Allen Toussaint
|A-3||Share Your Love
Written By – Al "TNT" Braggs, Deadric Malone
Adapted By – Robbie RobertsonWritten By – Herman Parker, Sam Phillips
|A-5||Third Man Theme
Written By – Anton Karas
Written By – Chuck Berry
|B-2||The Great Pretender
Written By – Buck Ram
Written By – Al Lewis, Fats Domino, Sylvester Bradford
Written By – Leiber & Stoller
|B-5||A Change Is Gonna Come
Written By – Sam Cooke
- Manufactured By – Toshiba EMI Ltd
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Capitol Records, Inc.
- Licensed From – Capitol Records, Inc.
- Recorded At – Bearsville Studios
- Published By – Marsaint Music, Inc.
- Published By – Don Music Co.
- Published By – Hi-Lo Music, Inc.
- Published By – Chappell & Co., Inc.
- Published By – Panther Music Corp.
- Published By – Sovereign Music Corp.
- Published By – Post Music Inc.
- Published By – Hill & Range Songs, Inc.
- Published By – Kags Music Corp.
- Cover – Edward Kasper
- Design – Bob Cato
- Engineer, Recorded By – Jay Ranellucci, John Wilson , Mark Harman
- Mastered By – Bob Ludwig, Bob Ludwig
- Mixed By – Mark Harman
- Producer – The Band
NotesJapanese issue with obi & picture/lyric/liner note insert. Alternate "Juke Joint" cover insert on front (one sided full color insert that doubles as an alternate front cover - see images).
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- Price Code: ¥2,000
- Rights Society: JASRAC
- Matrix / Runout (Side 1 Runout): SW1 11214 1S 21
- Matrix / Runout (Side 2 Runout): SW2 11214 1S 17
- Matrix / Runout (Side 1 Label): SW1-11214
- Matrix / Runout (Side 2 Label): SW2-11214
|SW-11214||The Band||Moondog Matinee (LP, Album)||Capitol Records||SW-11214||US||1973|
|SW-611214||The Band||Moondog Matinee (LP, Album, Club, Rec)||Capitol Records||SW-611214||US||1973|
|038 EVC 81 539||The Band||Moondog Matinee (LP, Album, RE)||Capitol Records||038 EVC 81 539||Germany||Unknown|
|UIGY-9662||The Band||Moondog Matinee (SACD, Album, RE, RM, SHM)||Capitol Records||UIGY-9662||Japan||2014|
|ECS-80588||The Band||Moondog Matinee (LP, Album)||Capitol Records||ECS-80588||Japan||1973|
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Moondog Matinee is the fifth studio album by Canadian/American rock group the Band, released in 1973. It consists entirely of cover material reflecting the group's love of R&B and blues music, with one exception in their interpretation of the theme from the film The Third Man. In a 2002 interview, Levon Helm described the reasoning for recording an album of covers: "That was all we could do at the time. We couldn't get along-we all knew that fairness was a bunch of shit.
Question: Moondog Matinee a seminal album or The Band rediscovering themselves? Answer: Probably a bit of both. While individuals may choose to go into Psycho Therapy when there are issues nagging at their heels, The Band decided to release a great and good time album of covers, to not only reacquaint themselves with each other. but in the spirit of great introspection, took a serious look at the music that was at the core of their being. Here, on the sixth release by The Band, they deliver ten of the most simple, unpretentious [though on the CD you are going to find several numbers that.
Moondog Matinee recalls The Band's early-‘60s origins as The Hawks, a Toronto club act grinding out the era's R&B and rock hits. But while this album invokes the innocent spirit of a bygone age, it also reflects The Band as a mature group of players with distinctive musical ideas. A warm and friendly mood pervades these tracks, heard in Garth Hudson’s carnival-like organ work on Third Man Theme and Rick Danko’s sweetly yearning vocals on A Change Is Gonna Come.
Album Name Moondog Matinee. Music StyleCountry Rock. Members owning this album0. 1. Ain't Got No Home. 5. The Third Man Theme. 6. The Promised Land.
By: The Band (1973, Rock). More albums from The Band: Live At Watkins Glen by The Band. The Band In Concert – An Excerpt From Rock Of Ages by The Band. Palladium Circles by The Band. The Last Waltz by The Band. Rock Of Ages: The Band In Concert by The Band. Music From Big Pink by The Band. Jubilation by The Band. Live At The Academy Of Music 1971 (The Rock Of Ages Concerts) by The Band. View all albums . Moondog Matinee. By: The Band (1973, Rock). Ain’t Got No Home.
A Change Is Gonna Come. Bonus track included on 2001 reissue: Didn't It Rain (outtake). Crying Heart Blues (outtake). What Am I Living For (outtake). Going Back to Memphis (outtake). Endless Highway (outtake).
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 (featuring the extraordinary horn arrangements of Alan Toussant), and Northern Lights, Southern Cross (7th), Moondog Matinee was named after what they called the afternoon weekend matinee concerts on days when they did a 3pm matinee and then the evening show - from back in the days that. For a Band that made a name on such fantastic original material, a cover album isn't entirely disappointing. Moondog Matinee" nonetheless is an essential piece of The Band's catalog, and also serves as a time capsule and document of their musical history, as seen by the group themselves.
Moondog Matinee, the Band’s own Self-Portrait, is, at the least, an ingratiating result. Like most oldies albums, part of the pleasure here lies in seeing what inspirations the Band felt should be resurrected from their early roadhouse beginnings. In the main they’ve drawn well, choosing rhythm and blues styles that run the gamut from Clarence Frogman Henry to the Platters, all refined into the wood-smoked ambience that covers the ex-Hawks like a friendly shoe. They take each selection straight, casual and almost off the cuff. This is not helped by the Band’s gift for understatement, which, though it enhances the group’s own material, maneuvers at cross purposes with the drift of the album. A Change Is Gonna Come, the unbearably lovely Sam Cooke tune, loses much of its emotive power as a result, while Third Man Theme becomes merely a pretty pastiche of Felliniesque muzak.