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The Band - A Musical History (2005) - DVD:

The Band - A Musical History (2005) - DVD:

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The Band - A Musical History (2005) - DVD:
Rock | DVD-5 | Covers | ~3.23 Gb | FSonic Uploaded
MPEG-2 Video, PAL 4:3 (720x576) VBR | LPCM, 2ch, 1536 Kbps
DVD from 6 Discs Box Set Capitol 72435-77409-0-6

The Band - A Musical History (2005) - DVD:
The Band - A Musical History (2005) - DVD:
The Band - A Musical History (2005) - DVD:
The Band - A Musical History (2005) - DVD:
The Band - A Musical History (2005) - DVD:
The Band - A Musical History (2005) - DVD:
The Band - A Musical History (2005) - DVD:
The Band - A Musical History (2005) - DVD:

A Musical History is the second box set to anthologize Canadian-American rock group The Band. Released by Capitol Records on September 27, 2005 it features 111 tracks spread over five Compact Discs and one DVD. Roughly spanning the group's journey from 1961 to 1977, from their days behind Ronnie Hawkins and Bob Dylan through the departure of Robbie Robertson and the first disbanding of the group. The set includes highlights from each of the group's first seven studio albums and both major live recordings and nearly forty rare or previously-unreleased performances...

The Band:

The Band was an influential Canadian-American rock and roll group of the 1960s and ’70s, formed in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The Band included Robbie Robertson (guitar, piano); Richard Manuel (piano, harmonica, drums, saxophone, organ); Garth Hudson (organ, piano, clavinet, accordion, synthesizer, saxophone); Rick Danko (bass guitar, violin, trombone), and Levon Helm (drums, mandolin, guitar, bass guitar).

The members of The Band first worked together as The Hawks, the backing band of rockabilly singer Ronnie Hawkins from 1959 until 1963. Afterwards, Bob Dylan recruited the quintet for his history-making 1965/1966 world tour and they joined him on the informal recordings that became the acclaimed Basement Tapes.

Dubbed “The Band” by their peers, the group left the comfort of their communal home in Saugerties, NY to begin recording as a group unto themselves. The Band recorded two of the most important albums of the late 1960s: their 1968 debut Music from Big Pink (featuring the hit single “The Weight”) and 1969’s The Band. These critically praised albums helped conceive country rock as something more than a genre, but rather as a celebration of “Americana.” As such, throughout their career they would repopularize traditional American musical forms during the psychedelic era. The Band dissolved in 1976; Martin Scorcese’s landmark concert film “The Last Waltz” documented their final performance. They reformed in 1983 without founding guitarist and main songwriter Robbie Robertson.


01. Jam/King Harvest ***
1970 Robbie's Studio - Woodstock, NY

02. Long Black Veil #
7/5/70 - Festival Express Train Tour - Calgary, Canada

03. Rockin' Chair #
7/5/70 - Festival Express Train Tour - Calgary, Canada

04. Don't Do It - Rock Of Ages #
December 28-31, 1971 Academy Of Music - NYC

05. Hard Times (The Slop)//Just Another Whistle Stop #
Noble "Thin Man" Watts/Richard Manuel/Robbie Robertson, 9/14/74 Wembley Stadium - London

06. Genetic Method/Chest Fever #
9/14/74 Wembley Stadium - London

07. Life Is A Carnival ***
10/30/76 Saturday Night Live - NYC

08. Stage Fright ***
10/30/76 Saturday Night Live - NYC

09. Georgia On My Mind ***
10/30/76 Saturday Night Live - NYC

# = Track previously unissued
*** = Performance previously unissued in its entirety

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The album code is : ODI169590

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