The Band Jubilation Album
Jubilation is the tenth and final studio album by Canadian/American rock group The Band. Recorded in the spring of 1998 in Levon Helm's home studio in Woodstock, New York, it was released on September 15, 1998. Bucking the trend set on Jericho and High on the Hog, there were more originals than covers on Jubilation. Songs include "Last Train to Memphis", featuring guest guitarist Eric Clapton, Garth Hudson's solo instrumental closer "French Girls", Rick Danko's "High Cotton" and the ode to Ronnie Hawkins, "White Cadillac".
On only one track, "If I Should Fail", do all six group members appear. Helm and Danko are missing from one track each, guitarist Jim Weider is missing from two. Richard Bell is replaced by producer/engineer Aaron Hurwitz on piano and keyboards for much of the album (Bell appears on just three tracks). Hudson and drummer-percussionist Randy Ciarlante are on every track. Friends and family abounded to help out.
A colored vinyl of the album was released in September 1998 in a limited run. From Wikipedia
|Release information about the album|
Release Date: 09/15/1998
Tracks in Jubilation: Book Faded Brown, Don't Wait, Last Train To Memphis, High Cotton, Kentucky Downpour, Bound By Love, White Cadillac (Ode To Ronnie Hawkins), If I Should Fail, Spirit Of The Dance, You See Me
Jubilation Album Tracklist:
- Book Faded Brown Lyrics
- Don't Wait Lyrics
- Last Train To Memphis Lyrics
- High Cotton Lyrics
- Kentucky Downpour Lyrics
- Bound By Love Lyrics
- White Cadillac (Ode To Ronnie Hawkins) Lyrics
- If I Should Fail Lyrics
- Spirit Of The Dance Lyrics
- You See Me Lyrics
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