Editors’ Notes The Last Waltz doesn’t just document The Band’s final performance—it’s a living biography of the roots-rock legends. Beyond the one-more-time-with-feeling romps through classics like “Up On Cripple Creek,” it corrals an all-star cast of mentors, including blues great Muddy Waters (on a gloriously swampy “Mannish Boy”) and fellow ’60s-Toronto traveler Neil Young (on a heavenly “Helpless”). A rip-roaring “Baby Let Me Follow You Down” reaffirms how The Band always brought the freewheeling best out of former boss Bob Dylan.

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