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Reviews The Band: “Stage Fright” appears as an anniversary edition

01:05  06 january  2021
01:05  06 january  2021 Source:   rollingstone.de

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Half a century of “Stage Fright” - The Band are celebrating this milestone anniversary with a reissue of their album.

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Half a century of “Stage Fright” - The Band are celebrating this milestone anniversary with a reissue of their album.

Recently, the third album by the legendary Canadian group The Band , “Stage Fright”, celebrated its 50th birthday. An occasion that is now being honored with a reissue. “Stage Fright” will be released on February 12, 2021 as a deluxe box set as well as a 2CD set, LP and in digital format. You can already hear / download the first single, a remixed version of “The Shape I'm In”

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“Stage Fright”: Lots of bonus material

The new release comes with a few in box set as well as in CD and digital format interesting extras - including the previously unpublished recording "Live At The Royal Albert Hall, June 1971". Also included are alternative versions of "Strawberry Wine" and "Sleeping" as well as seven field recordings by the band that have only just been discovered. With “Calgary Hotel Recordings, 1970” you can also hear a recording of a session in which the musicians spontaneously play songs from the album.


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The box set also offers the entire release in a 5.1 surround mix. Also in the box set is a reprint of the 7-inch single “Time To Kill” / “The Shape I'm In” (in the new stereo sound), which was only released in Spain, and a photo booklet with new liner notes by Robbie Robertson and tour photographer John Scheele as well as lithographs and pictures.

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New order of tracks

Stage Fright was a first for the band in several ways - it was the first album that The Band produced themselves and on which each member played several instruments. Anyone who owns the original LP of the album will notice the changed order of the new edition. The Band member Robbie Robertson said: “We took a different ranking afterwards because we wanted to focus on Richard and Levon's contributions as songwriters. But over time, I always ended up with our original sequence, because it allows you to immerse yourself in the world of 'Stage Fright' much better. ”

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