℗ 1978 Warner Records Inc
Released December 25, 2012
Duration 2h 06m 22s
Record Label Rhino/Warner Records
Genre Rock (Classic Rock)
 

The Last Waltz

The Band

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1.1
Theme from the Last Waltz (With Orchestra)
The Band
3:22
1.2
Up on Cripple Creek
The Band
4:35
1.3
The Shape I'm In
The Band
4:06
1.4
It Makes No Difference
The Band
6:48
1.5
Who Do You Love
The Band
4:16
1.6
Life Is a Carnival
The Band
4:19
1.7
Such a Night
The Band
4:00
1.8
Down South in New Orleans
The Band
3:06
1.9
Mystery Train (feat. Paul Butterfield)
The Band; Paul Butterfield
4:59
1.10
Mannish Boy
The Band
3:54
1.11
Stagefright
The Band
4:25
1.12
Further on up the Road
The Band
5:08
1.13
Ophelia
The Band
3:53
1.14
Helpless
The Band
5:47
1.15
Coyote
The Band
5:50
1.16
Dry Your Eyes
The Band
3:57
1.17
Tura Lura Lural
The Band
4:15
1.18
Caravan
The Band
6:02
1.19
The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down
The Band
4:20
1.20
Baby Let Me Follow You Down
The Band
2:46
1.21
I Don't Believe You (She Acts Like We Never Have Met)
The Band
3:33
1.22
Forever Young
The Band
4:42
1.23
Baby Let Me Follow You Down (Reprise)
The Band
2:46
1.24
I Shall Be Released
The Band
5:25
1.25
The Well
The Band
3:27
1.26
Evangeline
The Band
3:17
1.27
Out of the Blue
The Band
3:08
1.28
The Weight
The Band
5:08
1.29
The Last Waltz Refrain
The Band
1:28
1.30
Theme from the Last Waltz
The Band
3:40
The Last Waltz was a concert by the Canadian-American rock group The Band, held on American Thanksgiving Day, November 25, 1976, at Winterland Ballroom in San Francisco, advertised as The Band's "farewell concert appearance." The concert saw The Band joined by more than a dozen special guests, including their previous employers Ronnie Hawkins and Bob Dylan as well as Paul Butterfield, Bobby Charles, Eric Clapton, Neil Diamond, Dr. John, Joni Mitchell, Van Morrison, Ringo Starr, Muddy Waters, Ronnie Wood, and Neil Young. The musical director for the concert was The Band's original record producer, John Simon. The soundtrack triple-album is the second live album from The Band, and is the final album by the original configuration of the group. Sides one through five of the album consisted of songs taken from the concert. Side six comprised "The Last Waltz Suite", new numbers composed by Robertson and performed by the Band on an MGM soundstage. The suite featured Emmylou Harris and, on a remake of "The Weight", Roebuck and Mavis Staples. The music received overdubs at Village Recorders and Shangri-La Studios in post-production, owing to faults recorded during the concert.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Rhino/Warner Records Studio Masters
Track titlePeak (dB FS)RMS (dB FS)DR
Album average
Range of values
-0.10
-0.10 to -0.10
-14.60
-17.12 to -13.11
10
9 to 11
1
Theme from the Last Waltz (With Orchestra)
-0.10-15.0410
2
Up on Cripple Creek
-0.10-13.4510
3
The Shape I'm In
-0.10-13.119
4
It Makes No Difference
-0.10-14.3610
5
Who Do You Love
-0.10-13.759
6
Life Is a Carnival
-0.10-14.1710
7
Such a Night
-0.10-15.0810
8
Down South in New Orleans
-0.10-15.2211
9
Mystery Train (feat. Paul Butterfield)
-0.10-14.0710
10
Mannish Boy
-0.10-14.5710
11
Stagefright
-0.10-14.4310
12
Further on up the Road
-0.10-13.6510
13
Ophelia
-0.10-13.9210
14
Helpless
-0.10-15.3310
15
Coyote
-0.10-14.4910
16
Dry Your Eyes
-0.10-15.4611
17
Tura Lura Lural
-0.10-15.0910
18
Caravan
-0.10-14.0110
19
The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down
-0.10-14.6110
20
Baby Let Me Follow You Down
-0.10-14.1710
21
I Don't Believe You (She Acts Like We Never Have Met)
-0.10-14.2710
22
Forever Young
-0.10-15.3211
23
Baby Let Me Follow You Down (Reprise)
-0.10-14.5110
24
I Shall Be Released
-0.10-13.599
25
The Well
-0.10-14.8211
26
Evangeline
-0.10-14.8510
27
Out of the Blue
-0.10-14.8510
28
The Weight
-0.10-14.8010
29
The Last Waltz Refrain
-0.10-15.8710
30
Theme from the Last Waltz
-0.10-17.1211

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