The Band – The Band 50th Anniversary Edition 180g 2LP 45RPM

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0th Anniversary 45 RPM 180-gram 2LP reissue! Overseen by The Band's Robbie Robertson New stereo mix by Bob Clearmountain, remastered by Bob Ludwig All tracks remastered from the original multi-track master recordings Vinyl lacquers cut at 45 RPM by Chris Bellman at Bernie Grundman Mastering When The Band's seminal eponymous second album was released 50 years ago in September 1969, n...

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    0th Anniversary 45 RPM 180-gram 2LP reissue!

    Overseen by The Band's Robbie Robertson

    New stereo mix by Bob Clearmountain, remastered by Bob Ludwig

    All tracks remastered from the original multi-track master recordings

    Vinyl lacquers cut at 45 RPM by Chris Bellman at Bernie Grundman Mastering

    When The Band's seminal eponymous second album was released 50 years ago in September 1969, not much more was known about the reclusive group than when they released their landmark debut, Music From Big Pink, to widespread critical praise and bewilderment, just the year before. The group, made up of four Canadians and one American, was still shrouded in mystery, allowing for listeners and the music press to let their imaginations run wild about who these men were and what this music was that sounded unlike anything else happening at the close of the psychedelic '60s. Dressed like 19th century fire-and-brimstone preachers and singing rustic, sepia-toned songs about America and the deep south, The Band — Garth Hudson (keyboards, piano, horn), Levon Helm (drums, vocals, mandolin), Richard Manuel (keyboards, vocals, drums), Rick Danko (bass, vocals, fiddle) and Robbie Robertson (guitar, piano, vocals) — was an enigma, unlike any group that came before or after. And their self-titled "Brown Album," as it would lovingly be called, cemented their status as one of the most exciting and revolutionary bands in years, on the strength of now-classic songs like "The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down," "Up On Cripple Creek" and "Rag Mama Rag."