Levon Helm's "Rambles" have quickly become the stuff of legend. Helm, of course, is the charismatic drummer, singer, and sometimes mandolin picker for The Band, a group whose songs and stature have made them a pillar of classic rock and rootsy Americana. Beyond their work with Bob Dylan, their own hits ("Up on Cripple Creek", "The Weight", "The Night They Drove Ol' Dixie Down", to name just a few) have landed them in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and the consciousness of music fans everywhere. "The Ramble" is Levon's down-home jam session for friends and fans, held on Saturday nights in his studio in Woodstock. Levon based his Ramble Sessions on the Southern medicine shows of his youth, and has invited some of the most notable blues entertainers and musicians of our time to perform with him. This book is the official record of these incredibly intimate sessions: the next best thing to being there. Paul LaRaia's photos are up close and personal, each shot capturing the texture and nuance of the music in the gorgeous setting of "The Barn". Accompanying the spectacular photos are testimonials and remembrances from the superstars who have joined the Ramble.
Publisher: Hal Leonard Corporation
Number of pages: 252
Weight: 1043 g
Dimensions: 222 x 222 x 25 mm
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