℗ ℗ 2020 UMG Recordings; A Capitol Records release
 

Stage Fright (Deluxe Remix 2020)

The Band

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1.1
The W.S. Walcott Medicine Show (Remix / 2020)
The Band
3:10
1.2
The Shape I'm In (Remix / 2020)
The Band
4:02
1.3
Daniel And The Sacred Harp (Remix / 2020)
The Band
4:13
1.4
Stage Fright (Remix / 2020)
The Band
3:44
1.5
The Rumor (Remix / 2020)
The Band
4:14
1.6
Time To Kill (Remix / 2020)
The Band
3:25
1.7
Just Another Whistle Stop (Remix / 2020)
The Band
4:27
1.8
All La Glory (Remix / 2020)
The Band
3:35
1.9
Strawberry Wine (Remix / 2020)
The Band
2:35
1.10
Sleeping (Remix / 2020)
The Band
3:19
1.11
Strawberry Wine (Alternate Mix / 2020)
The Band
2:33
1.12
Sleeping (Alternate Mix / 2020)
The Band
3:18
1.13
The Shape I'm In (Live At The Royal Albert Hall, June 1971)
The Band
3:59
1.14
Time To Kill (Live At The Royal Albert Hall, June 1971)
The Band
3:30
1.15
The Weight (Live At The Royal Albert Hall, June 1971)
The Band
4:49
1.16
King Harvest (Has Surely Come / Live At The Royal Albert Hall, June 1971)
The Band
3:48
1.17
Strawberry Wine (Live At The Royal Albert Hall, June 1971)
The Band
3:41
1.18
Rockin' Chair (Live At The Royal Albert Hall, June 1971)
The Band
4:11
1.19
Look Out Cleveland (Live At The Royal Albert Hall, June 1971)
The Band
3:30
1.20
I Shall Be Released (Live At The Royal Albert Hall, June 1971)
The Band
3:39
1.21
Stage Fright (Live At The Royal Albert Hall, June 1971)
The Band
3:46
1.22
Up On Cripple Creek (Live At The Royal Albert Hall, June 1971)
The Band
4:38
1.23
The W.S. Walcott Medicine Show (Live At The Royal Albert Hall, June 1971)
The Band
3:39
1.24
We Can Talk (Live At The Royal Albert Hall, June 1971)
The Band
3:05
1.25
Loving You (Is Sweeter Than Ever / Live At The Royal Albert Hall, June 1971)
The Band
3:24
1.26
The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down (Live At The Royal Albert Hall, June 1971)
The Band
4:12
1.27
Across The Great Divide (Live At The Royal Albert Hall, June 1971)
The Band
3:21
1.28
The Unfaithful Servant (Live At The Royal Albert Hall, June 1971)
The Band
4:16
1.29
Don't Do It (Live At The Royal Albert Hall, June 1971)
The Band
4:42
1.30
The Genetic Method (Live At The Royal Albert Hall, June 1971)
The Band
4:17
1.31
Chest Fever (Live At The Royal Albert Hall, June 1971)
The Band
5:11
1.32
Rag Mama Rag (Live At The Royal Albert Hall, June 1971)
The Band
3:59
Total Playing Time    2:02:12
By the time The Band was ready to record their third album, Stage Fright, in 1970, they were riding high from having released back-to-back albums that solidified them as one of the most exciting and revolutionary groups of the late 1960s.

The band, which made the bohemian mecca of Woodstock their home, was made up of four Canadians and one American and was still shrouded in mystery, – allowing for listeners and the music press to let their imaginations run wild about who these men were and what this music was that sounded unlike anything else happening at the close of the psychedelic '60s. Dressed like 19th century fire-and-brimstone preachers and singing rustic, sepia-toned songs about America and the deep south, The Band – Garth Hudson (keyboards, piano, horn), Levon Helm (drums, vocals, mandolin), Richard Manuel (keyboards, vocals, drums), Rick Danko (bass, vocals, fiddle) and Robbie Robertson (guitar, piano, vocals) – was an enigma, unlike any group that came before or after.

As a result of the Woodstock festival, the small town became a Bohemian mecca of sorts and was overrun by the hordes of people it was now attracting. As a peace offering to their community, The Band rented out the Woodstock Playhouse to host a concert where they'd debut their new batch of songs they had been workshopping to their neighbors. Fearing that the show would only attract more outsiders and make matters worse it was turned down by the townsfolk. As a result, The Band ended up recording their next album on the playhouse stage, without an audience. Enter: Stage Fright.

Capitol/UMe now celebrate the 50th anniversary of The Band's classic third album with a brand re-issue, overseen by principal songwriter Robbie Robertson and boasting a new stereo mix by Bob Clearmountain from the original multi-track masters, presented for the first time in the originally planned song order! The deluxe edition also features a bevy of unreleased recordings, including Live at the Royal Albert Hall, June 1971, a thrilling full concert captured in the midst of their European tour as the band was at the top of its game, as well as alternate versions of "Strawberry Wine" and "Sleeping".
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – CAPITOL CATALOG MKT (C92) Studio Masters

Tracks 1-13 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source
Tracks 14-32 – 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 192 kHz / 24-bit

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