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Moondog Matinee
     

Moondog Matinee

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by The Band
 

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The Band essentially went back to being the Hawks of the late '50s and early '60s on this album of cover tunes. They demonstrated considerable expertise on their versions of rock & roll and R&B standards like Clarence "Frogman" Henry's "Ain't Got No Home,"

Overview

The Band essentially went back to being the Hawks of the late '50s and early '60s on this album of cover tunes. They demonstrated considerable expertise on their versions of rock & roll and R&B standards like Clarence "Frogman" Henry's "Ain't Got No Home," Chuck Berry's "The Promised Land," and Fats Domino's "I'm Ready," but of course that didn't do much to satisfy the audience they had established with their original material and that, two years after the disappointing Cahoots, was waiting for something in the same league with their first three albums.

Product Details

Release Date:
02/08/1994
Label:
Capitol
UPC:
0077779359226
catalogNumber:
93592

Tracks

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Band   Primary Artist
Robbie Robertson   Guitar,Keyboards,Vocals
Rick Danko   Bass,Violin,Vocals
Ben Keith   Steel Guitar
Levon Helm   Guitar,Drums,Vocals
Garth Hudson   Keyboards,Saxophone
Richard Manuel   Drums,Keyboards,Vocals

Technical Credits

Band   Producer,Audio Production
Bob Dylan   Composer
Robbie Robertson   Composer,Producer
Rick Danko   Producer
Anton Karas   Composer
Peter Grant   Art Direction
Mark Henry Harman   Engineer
Levon Helm   Producer
Garth Hudson   Producer
Bob Ludwig   Engineer
Richard Manuel   Producer
Junior Parker   Composer
Cheryl Pawelski   Producer
Jay Ranellucci   Engineer
Andrew Sandoval   Producer
John "Chimp" Wilson   Engineer
Mark Harman   Engineer
Sam Phillips   Composer
Rob Bowman   Liner Notes
Chris Morris   Liner Notes
Edward Kasper   Artwork,Cover Painting
Fred Jay   Composer
Braggs   Composer

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4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
After they had been in a slump for a couple of years, The Band recorded this CD. It isn’t as deep as their best work, but it is enjoyable. My favorites are Mystery Train, a real rocker, Saved, which shows their gospel side, and A Change Is Gonna Come, a showcase for Rick Danko. The bonus tracks up the running time to 61 minutes. This is roots rock at its best.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This album is awesome when you want to chill to the sounds that the band grew up on. This album was heavily influenced by Garth hudson (organist). He felt it was a reflection of youth. Definately check this out if you dig the band.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago