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The BAND - " The Last Waltz " 40th Anniversary Reissue

Forty years ago on Thanksgiving Day 1976, The Band took the stage at San Francisco’s Winterland for their final performance. Bob Dylan, Eric Clapton, Neil Diamond, Van Morrison, Neil Young, Joni Mitchell, Muddy Waters… 1,081 more words

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The BAND - " Cahoots " Released 15th September 1971 45 Years Ago Today

‘Cahoots’ celebrates its 45th Anniversary!, This whole album is a masterpiece. Seems to be much more appreciated now than the initial fan reactions. Cahoots is the fourth studio album release by the American/Canadian  rock group… 1,117 more words

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The BAND - " The Band " Released 22nd September 1969

Maybe it’s difficult to overstate the contributions to modern day music that began with a group of five young men with no clear frontman. But… 988 more words

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Album : The Best Of The Band - The Band

This was CB’s introduction to The Band.  It opened up a whole bunch of great music.  Every cut on this album is a good one.  A mix of all that’s good in American music.   273 more words

On July 1, 1968.

On July 1, 1968, “Capitol” label released “Music from Big Pink”, the debut Band studio album. It was recorded in 1968, in Los Angeles and New York, and was produced by John Simon. 113 more words

On June 8, 1970.

On June 8, 1970, “Columbia” label released “Self Portrait”, the tenth Bob Dylan studio album. Dylan recorded his second double album April 1969 – March 1970, it was produced by Bob Johnston. 385 more words

Me and Bob, 1965 - A Interiew With A Trapeze Artist

Time is such a funny thing; half a century can happen before you realize it, and then a photograph brings it all back home. There we are, me and Bob, at a cozy press interview, Friday September 24, 1965, at the now vanished Villa Capri Motel on the afternoon before Bob’s first concert in Austin, his fourth electric performance, and the very first time he was accompanied by “The Hawks”, Rick Danko, Robbie Robertson, Richard Manuel, Garth Hudson and Levon Helm, later known as “The Band”. 1,052 more words