|2||Don't Do It
Written-By – Holland-Dozier-Holland
|3||King Harvest (Has Surely Come)|
|5||Get Up, Jake|
|6||W.S. Walcott Medicine Show|
|8||The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down|
|9||Across The Great Divide|
|10||This Wheel's On Fire
Written-By – B. Dylan*, R. Danko*
|11||Rag Mama Rag|
|13||The Shape I'm In|
|15||Life Is A Carnival
Written-By – L. Helm*, R. Danko*, J.R. Robertson*
|16||The Genetic Method
Written-By – G. Hudson*, J.R. Robertson*
|18||(I Don't Want To) Hang Up My Rock And Roll Shoes
Written-By – C. Willis*
|SABB 11045, SABB-11045||The Band||Rock Of Ages: The Band In Concert (2xLP, Album, Scr)||Capitol Records, Capitol Records||SABB 11045, SABB-11045||US||1972|
|4N-516008||The Band||Rock Of Ages Volume 1 (Cass, Album, Club, Col)||Capitol Records||4N-516008||US||1980|
|2C154-81188/9||The Band||Rock Of Ages: The Band In Concert (2xLP, Album)||Capitol Records||2C154-81188/9||France||1972|
|TOCP-67395-96||The Band||Rock Of Ages: The Band In Concert (2xCD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, Pap)||Capitol Records||TOCP-67395-96||Japan||2008|
|SN-16009||The Band||Rock Of Ages Volume 2 (LP, RE)||Capitol Records||SN-16009||US||Unknown|
Rock of Ages: The Band in Concert is a live album by the Band, released in 1972. It was compiled from recordings made during their series of shows at the Academy of Music in New York City, from December 28 through December 31, 1971. It peaked at on the Billboard 200 chart, and was certified a gold record by the RIAA. An expanded release of recordings taken from the same series of shows, called Live at the Academy of Music 1971, was released in 2013.
Recorded at a spectacular New Years Eve 1971 gig, the show and album were intended to be a farewell of sorts before the Band took an extended break in 1972, but it turned out to be a last hurrah in many different ways, closing the chapter on the first stage of their career, when they were among the biggest and most important rock &.
The Band made the cover of Newsweek with the byline "Country Rock. I don't know about you, gentle reader, but when I think of Country Rock, I think of Poco and the Flying Burrito Brothers, not The Band. Rock of Ages addresses several different American archetypes. There is the subject of hard work, with promise ("King Harvest Will Surely Come") and hard work, with avoidance ("Get up Jake"). There is toil and loss (The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down") and fear ("Stage Fright").
Recorded at the Academy of Music, New York on the eclipse of the New Year 1971-1972.
Released on the heels of the stilted, static Cahoots, the double-album Rock of Ages occupies a curious yet important place in Band history. Recorded at a spectacular New Years Eve 1971 gig, the show and album were intended to be a farewell of sorts before the Band took an extended break in 1972, but it turned.
The Band has always given a strong impression of precise control in its albums and in its concerts more attention has been paid to set up and sound than almost any group of which I can think. Their success here is all the more surprising since this album was not only done in concert but done with the addition of a horn section ( We’re gonna try something tonight we’ve never done before, Robbie says in opening the show) which had only one rehearsal before the concert. That is a tribute to Allen Toussaint, who arranged the horns . Vocally, of course, the Band is unique. Their development of a style which encompasses all the aspects of the human voice on the part of each of the singers affords them a flexibility no other contemporary group can match.
Rock of ages band te invita a este megashow con 2 bandas íconos del rock de los 80s el poderío de Guns n Roses con el romanticismo rockero de Bon Jovi en una misma noche en un mismo lugar el Teatro Centro de Arte. Para entrega a domicilio sin recargo comunicarse al 0999822813