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Performance Sound If The Band didn&rsquo;t slow down and get off the road&mdash;and get off the road soon&mdash;they were going to wind up killing themselves, to a man. &ldquo;It&rsquo;s a goddamn impossible way of life,&rdquo; says Band leader/guitarist/chief songwriter Robbie Robertson of being stuck on the wheel of a crushing, never-ending tour cycle. That urgent &ldquo;stop the road, I want to get off&rdquo; mentality was one of the main driving forces behind The Band masterminding a farewell concert for the ages at the Winterland Arena in San Francisco during Thanksgiving 1976, dubbed from the get-go-then-get-gone as The Last Waltz.
Performance Sound When the last notes of &ldquo;Trouble No More&rdquo; rang out at The Beacon Theatre in New York in the wee hours of the morning on October 29, 2014&mdash;closing an epic show comprised of three full sets and a two-song encore that had commenced over 4 hours previously on the night of October 28&mdash;most agreed The Allman Brothers Band had capped their long, storied 45-year career by hittin&rsquo; all the right notes. With thousands of performances under their collective belts, the Allmans triumphantly closed out the tab on being one of the most thrilling, adventurous, and aurally exciting live bands of the rock era.
Performance Sound Besides knocking the psychedelic movement off of its puffy cloud at the end of the &rsquo;60s with the seminal roots-based rustic albums Music From Big Pink (1968) and The Band (1969), The Band was also known for being a supernaturally gifted live act, having honed its stagecraft through many arduous but rewarding years on the road. Highlights from a magical four-night stand at New York&rsquo;s Academy of Music were set in stone&mdash;or rather, on wax and disc&mdash;with 1972&rsquo;s Rock of Ages. The album was a critically acclaimed best seller and a triumph in the eyes of everyone it touched. Well, almost everyone.
Performance Sound The potent combo of married co-bandleaders guitarist/vocalist Susan Tedeschi and slide-guitar maestro Derek Trucks and nine (or so) of their closest friends hits its stride on group album number three, Made Up Mind. Mind shows how TTB has finally forged the right blend of improv interplay prowess and gutbucket roots rock.
Victor/Sony Music •••• Sound •••• Guitarist Derek Trucks has long felt suffocated by his Southern heritage and prodigious lineage - and of course, by all t