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  • Audio CD (6 Jun. 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: EMI
  • ASIN: B004S699I6
  • Other Editions: Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 118,242 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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(2011/DIRT FARMER/VANGUARD) 15 tracks (70:53) the legendary Ramble at the Ryman, features guest performances from Sam Bush, Sheryl Crow, John Hiatt & Buddy Miller.

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Ophelia
Back To Memphis
Fannie Mae
Baby Scratch My Back
Evangeline
No Depression In Heaven
Wide River To Cross
Deep Elem Blues
Anna Lee
Rag Mama Rag
Time Out For The Blues
A Train Robbery
The Shape I'm In
Chest Fever
The Weight

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Who was your favourite member of the Band? It is a question that requires a large bottle of red wine and a number of argumentative souls to fiercely debate the merits of what remains one of the best things to ever come out of American music. You will probably never reach a consensus not least because the tragedies of the deaths of Richard Manual and Rick Danko when both still had much more music to give. Of course Robbie Robertson and Garth Hudson are still active musicians and then you have this reviewers own favourite, the force of nature that is Levon Helm. In 2007 his album "Dirt Farmer" was his first solo album after 25 years and it was truly worth the wait. It was a veritable goldmine of organic country, blues and folk. As a slice of Americana roots music infused with southern pastoralism by one of its greatest living exponents it was a true blessing. It was made all the more special because of Helm's battle against throat cancer and the destruction of his recording studio in a fire. Helm is clearly made of strong stuff and his journey from a cotton farm in Arkansas, to a member of the Hawks, then as one of Bob Dylan's great sidekicks and a truly glorious career in The Band is one of rock music's most remarkable tales. The fact that this story continues should merit a sly but thankful acknowledgement upward should anyone reading this review be attending any religious establishments today!

Helm is now 71 and this live album recorded at the legendary Nashville's Ryman auditorium is a rare treat. Certainly his voice is not as strong as it once was but this does not detract from a brilliant performance where he adapts his vocals to the songs and is backed by a set of musicians who can take any song by the scruff of the neck and make it their own.
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This is a great live set, captured a few years ago, by one of the great names in Country and Rock music. Atmosphere, guests, band and recording quality are all first class. A must for all fans of The Band and of Levon and his solo career. He wil be missed by all lovers of good music.
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The voice is understandably croaky by now but, driven on by his daughter, levon still strolls through some old classics and new stuff with great aplomb.
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I'm old enough to remember and listen to the Band back in the day when they were the cutting edge of what was to later become Americana. One of the most distinctive voices in the band was that of drummer Levon Helm. Fifty years on he is amazingly still going strong under his own name, ploughing that same rich field of Americana with a mixture of Band tracks, his own solo material and a selection of country, blues and rockabilly hits. Ramble at the Ryman is as good a live album as you can get - it is full of rambunctious life, great musicality, great vibes and valid proof that you can get through a cancer scare and still be a valid artist - even if the voice has lost some of that old roar of the past. The band were five truly talented guys but I always thought that Levon Helm was the big heart of the band, and he just proves that again. Recommended.
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