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|The Band||Primary Artist|
|Robbie Robertson||Acoustic Guitar, Guitar, Piano, Electric Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals, Clavinet, Melodica|
|Rick Danko||Bass, Harmonica, Violin, Electric Guitar, Vocals|
|Byron Berline||Fiddle, Violin|
|Levon Helm||Guitar, Drums, Vocals|
|Garth Hudson||Organ, Synthesizer, Bass, Accordion, Keyboards, Piccolo, Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Brass, Chant, Woodwind|
|Richard Manuel||Piano, Conga, Drums, Keyboards, Hammond Organ, Electric Piano, Vocals, Clavinet|
|Robbie Robertson||Composer, Producer|
|Christopher Morris||Liner Notes|
|Chris Morris||Liner Notes|
|Bob Cato||Art Direction|
|Darren Wong||Reissue Director|
Posted October 1, 2010
Okay, Well I think this is another great albums of The Band. But the only song that I never hear in the City is "Acadian Driftwood", that sounds like your in the country side or living in the rural area, or in nature. But really that's my fav song ever, I wish I was Robbie Robertson, the writter because that was the most creative songs of the Americana, and folk music, another song that sounds grovy, Ring Your Bell, and the secound part of "Life is A Carnival" that sounds like the New Orleans music "Ophelia". But the Most and Best written song that I pick in this album. "Acadian Driftwoood". IF YOU WANT TO TRY LISTING TO THE BAND, WELL BUY THE GREATEST HITS, AND IF YOU LIKE THE SOUND, THE MUSIC, THE STYLE, THE WAYS, YOU WILL LIKE THE OTHER WORKS. BUT REALLY IF YOU LISTEN TO "ACADIAN DRIFTWOOD" YOU WILL THINK OR SAY, "WHOO! IM, IN THE COUNTRY SIDE, OR I WISH I WAS BACK IN MY UNCLES & AUNTS FARM". BUT REALLY IF YOU HEARD THIS SONG YOU WILL REMEMBER OR THINK SOMETHING. BUT IN THE END OF THE SONG (IF YOU KNOW FRENCH) THERE'S A CREATIVE SONG, A GOOD AND GREAT END OF THE SONG, AND A GOOD SONG. I hope anybody read this message.
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Posted December 27, 2009
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