Jubilation

Performers The Band

Platinum Entertainment | July 17, 2012 | Compact Disc

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The Band: Levon Helm (vocals, guitar, mandolin, French harp, harmonica, drums, percussion, triangle); Rick Danko (vocals, guitar, acoustic & electric basses); Randy Ciarlante (vocals, drums, percussion); Garth Hudson (voice box, whistle, accordion, soprano & tenor saxophones, piano, organ, synthesizer, percussion); Jim Weider (acoustic & electric guitars, dobro, mandolin); Richard Bell (accordion, piano, Hammond B-3 organ, keyboards). Additional personnel: Amy Helm, Maud Hudson, Kevin Doherty (vocals); John Hiatt (vocals, guitar, Ferrington high string guitar); Aaron Hurwitz (vocals, accordion, piano, Hammond organ, organ); Marty Grebb (vocals, keyboards); Bobby Charles, Marie Spinosa (vocals, percussion); Jimmy Eppard (guitar, mandolin); Eric Clapton, Tom Pacheco (guitar); Tom "Bones" Malone (tenor & baritone saxophones, trumpet, trombone); Mike "Little Elmo" Dunn (acoustic & electric basses). Recorded at Levon Helm's Recording Studio, Woodstock, New York; Bearsville Studios, Bearsville, New York; The Clubhouse, Germantown, New York. Includes liner notes by Greil Marcus. Over 20 years after the original line-up of the Band played their last show at the Winterland in Thanksgiving of 1976, founders Levon Helm, Garth Hudson and Rick Danko continue to plow their brand of homespun, American roots music on JUBILATION. Rounded out by Randy Ciarlante, Jim Weider and Richard Bell, The Band press ahead with plenty of mandolin, accordion and dobro on a batch of songs that are the aural equivalent of tooling around the backroads of the Deep South. You can almost feel the rhythm of the tracks under your feet as "Last Train To Memphis" chugs along with an assist by some of guest Eric Clapton's tastier playing, whereas Rick Danko's plaintive vocals draw a map to the farm mentioned on "High Cotton." Levon Helm remains the heart of the Band, and his nasal twang remains a high point, resonating throughout "Kentucky Downpour" or on a duet with John Hiatt on the latter's Celtic-flavored "Bound By Love." Of course, no trip down South would be complete without a swing through New Orleans, represented by Tom "Bones" Malone's funky horn arrangements on "Spirit Of The Dance" and the Band's easy-going take on Allen Toussaint's "You See Me."

Format: Compact Disc

Released Date: July 17, 2012

Genre: Country Rock

Style: Rock & Pop

Number of Discs: 1

Stereo/Mono: Stereo

Studio/Mixed/Live: Studio

Originally Released: 1998

Label Name: Platinum Entertainment

UPC: 751416142029

Found in: Country Rock

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Jubilation

Jubilation

Performers The Band
Guest Artist(s) Bobby Charles, Eric Clapton, John Hiatt, Tom "Bones" Malone
Producer Aaron Hurwitz, The Band
Engineer Aaron Hurwitz, Paul Antonelli

Format: Compact Disc

Released Date: July 17, 2012

Genre: Country Rock

Style: Rock & Pop

Number of Discs: 1

Stereo/Mono: Stereo

Studio/Mixed/Live: Studio

Originally Released: 1998

Label Name: Platinum Entertainment

UPC: 751416142029


See artistic credits for this CD
Title Track Time
1.Booked Faded Brown --
2.Don't Wait --
3.Last Train To Memphis --
4.High Cotton --
5.Kentucky Downpour --
6.Bound By Love --
7.White Cadillac --
8.If I Should Fail --
9.Spirit Of The Dance --
10.You See Me --
11.French Girls --

Editorial Notes

The Band: Levon Helm (vocals, guitar, mandolin, French harp, harmonica, drums, percussion, triangle); Rick Danko (vocals, guitar, acoustic & electric basses); Randy Ciarlante (vocals, drums, percussion); Garth Hudson (voice box, whistle, accordion, soprano & tenor saxophones, piano, organ, synthesizer, percussion); Jim Weider (acoustic & electric guitars, dobro, mandolin); Richard Bell (accordion, piano, Hammond B-3 organ, keyboards). Additional personnel: Amy Helm, Maud Hudson, Kevin Doherty (vocals); John Hiatt (vocals, guitar, Ferrington high string guitar); Aaron Hurwitz (vocals, accordion, piano, Hammond organ, organ); Marty Grebb (vocals, keyboards); Bobby Charles, Marie Spinosa (vocals, percussion); Jimmy Eppard (guitar, mandolin); Eric Clapton, Tom Pacheco (guitar); Tom "Bones" Malone (tenor & baritone saxophones, trumpet, trombone); Mike "Little Elmo" Dunn (acoustic & electric basses). Recorded at Levon Helm's Recording Studio, Woodstock, New York; Bearsville Studios, Bearsville, New York; The Clubhouse, Germantown, New York. Includes liner notes by Greil Marcus. Over 20 years after the original line-up of the Band played their last show at the Winterland in Thanksgiving of 1976, founders Levon Helm, Garth Hudson and Rick Danko continue to plow their brand of homespun, American roots music on JUBILATION. Rounded out by Randy Ciarlante, Jim Weider and Richard Bell, The Band press ahead with plenty of mandolin, accordion and dobro on a batch of songs that are the aural equivalent of tooling around the backroads of the Deep South. You can almost feel the rhythm of the tracks under your feet as "Last Train To Memphis" chugs along with an assist by some of guest Eric Clapton's tastier playing, whereas Rick Danko's plaintive vocals draw a map to the farm mentioned on "High Cotton." Levon Helm remains the heart of the Band, and his nasal twang remains a high point, resonating throughout "Kentucky Downpour" or on a duet with John Hiatt on the latter's Celtic-flavored "Bound By Love." Of course, no trip down South would be complete without a swing through New Orleans, represented by Tom "Bones" Malone's funky horn arrangements on "Spirit Of The Dance" and the Band's easy-going take on Allen Toussaint's "You See Me."
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