The Band Cahoots 180g Vinyl LP
50th Anniversary Half-Speed Mastered 180g Vinyl LP. Newly Remixed & Remastered From The Original Masters By Bob Clearmountain!
The Band celebrates the 50th Anniversary of their fourth studio album, Cahoots, with new 50th anniversary editions of the classic album, overseen by principal songwriter Robbie Robertson and sporting an all-new stereo remix and remaster by Bob Clearmountain from the original multi-track masters. Now available on 180-gram, half-speed mastered vinyl.
When The Band pulled into the unfinished Bearsville Sounds Studios in Bearsville, New York in early 1971 to record Cahoots, their fourth studio album, they were still basking in the success of their first three history-making records.
The Band's landmark debut album, July 1968's Music From Big Pink, drew inspiration from the American roots music melting pot of country, blues, R&B, gospel, soul, rockabilly, the honking tenor sax tradition, hymns, funeral dirges, brass band music, folk and good ol' rock 'n' roll to foment a timeless new style that forever changed the course of popular music.
When they released their seminal eponymous second album, The Band, the following year in September 1969 - or "The Brown Album," as it would lovingly be called - not much more was known about the reclusive group.
Even so, August 1970's Stage Fright, recorded over 12 days on the stage of the Woodstock Playhouse in upstate New York, cemented the fulfilled promise of those initial back-to-back albums that solidified The Band as one of the most exciting and revolutionary groups of the late 1960s, who were able to carry their avowed excellence directly into the 1970s without interruption.
The Band Cahoots Track Listing:
1. Life Is A Carnival
2. When I Paint My Masterpiece
3. Last Of The Blacksmiths
4. Where Do We Go From Here?
5. 4% Pantomime
6. Shoot Out In Chinatown
7. The Moon Struck One
8. Thinkin' Out Loud
9. Smoke Signal
11. The River Hymn
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