54 Songs, 4 Hours 6 Minutes

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.

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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Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
51 Ratings

51 Ratings

Kumbiakingfan ,

WOW , really ?

Never in my entire life have I seen so many fans moaning and groaning about what Robbie Robinson , has done in the past. You either purchase the darn album or you just quit moaning. Geez !

Hokie Cate ,

Best Concert Movie & Album Ever!

So happy iTunes finally released the multiple CD set.

SUFI ,

too bad.

Want new stuff? You must buy AGAIN what you already have.

This is called GREED.

Robbie Robertson is evil.

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