1969 THE BAND ~ 2nd Hippie Classic DYLAN Cripple Creek

  • Sold for: Start FREE Trial! or Sign In to see what it's worth.
  • Item Category: Entertainment
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: May 30,2009
  • Channel: Online Auction

*** ATTENTION : International shipping rates changes ~ overseas buyers can get price break on AIR MAIL

(see details below listing under shipping)

NOTE: eBay has implemented its new FEEDBACK policy to which ANY customer for ANY reason or ANY excuse can give sellers (i.e. "us") negative feedback. Please understand, we have served thousands of "satisfied" customers and processed thousands of orders - far more than our feedback records indicate - It is our intention to give EACH and EVERY buyer our best possible service and we are known to ALWAYS deliver your purchased item. ALL items paid for are processsed 'outbound' to each and EVERY customer, satisfaction guaranteed . Keep in mind we have serviced THOUSANDS of satisfied customers and our aim is to continue to do so.

We make every effort to mail all orders out Friday of each week. Keep in mind our listings are time consuming in detail and we are often traveling to find these gems, which at times delays the delivery schedule by a day or two at most . We also strive to keep our shipping and handling costs as close to actual charges as reasonable.

TO OUR REPEAT CUSTOMERS : We often get requests to hold orders to save on shipping. We are happy to do that . Please pay your current invoice within five days of auctions ending and IF YOU REQUEST we will hold your order and reflect a shipping discount for each additional order shipped together in the same parcel . To receive continual shipping discounts, we will hold your orders as long as you want, but it is necessary to pay each invoice you receive to stay current . Most importantly, we appreciate your business.

COLLECTIBLE 1969 *VINYL* HIPPIE RELIC !

THE BAND

(The Brown Album)

USA - lime green CAPITOL - STAO 132

Clean vinyl in this old vintage pressing of the second BAND LP recorded in 1969, on the collected lime green Capitol label...which were printed only some 18 months and getting hard to find some 38 years later... Darlings of FM underground radio rock and the emerging rural hippie enthusiasts, the Band once again hit it big with their classic "Up On Crippled Creek", which is just one of the excellent tunes within this classic album....

Music from Big Pink had been a fine, even superior debut; The Band was their masterpiece. Robbie Robertson's songwriting had grown by leaps and bounds. As players, all five musicians had reached a completely new level of ensemble cohesion. The sum was very much greater than the parts, and the parts were as good as any that existed. The album's single, "Up on Cripple Creek," became the Band's first and only Top 30 release. It was one of several songs on the album that had an "old-timey" feel. Other highlights on this masterpiece include "Rag Mama Rag," "The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down," and "King Harvest." Popularly known as the "Brown Album," the four-parts Canadian, one-part Arkansan quintet's sophomore effort boasts more soon-to-be-staples than any other Band studio recording, standing out with a dozen uniformly memorable tracks. Lesser-known group originals such as the achingly lovely "Whispering Pines" and the cryptic "Unfaithful Servant," play crucial roles in giving this 1969 classic its unique flavor. Given the high standard established by The Band and its similar 1968 predecessor, Music from Big Pink , it's not surprising the Band peaked early as a recording group.

Across The Great Divide
Richard Manuel: Lead Vocal & Piano & Bariton Sax
Rick Danko: Bass & Trombone
Robbie Robertson: Electric Guitar
Garth Hudson: Lowrey Organ & Tenor Sax
Levon Helm: Drums
John Simon: Tuba

Rag Mama Rag
Levon Helm: Lead Vocal & Mandolin
Rick Danko: Back Vocal & Violin
Richard Manuel: Drums
Robbie Robertson: Acoustic Guitar
Garth Hudson: Piano
John Simon: Tuba The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down
Levon Helm: Lead Vocal & Drums
Rick Danko: Back Vocal & Bass & Violin
Richard Manuel: Back Vocal & Piano
Robbie Robert...

Items in the Worthopedia are obtained exclusively from licensors and partners solely for our members’ research needs.

Relevant Articles