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  1. One of my favorite parts was when Clapton and Robbie Robertson were playing complimentary guitar riffs off one another. How awesome was that? I never appreciated how good a guitarist Robertson really was until I saw him playing some very soulful lead guitar with Clapton. I agree that all the musicians you mentioned were exemplary, including Paul Butterfield, who laid down some great harmonica work on "Train, Train". I only wish he had played longer. Joni Mitchell was also very, very good. Perhaps my favorite song was "The Weight", which featured several guest musicians, including, I think, The
  2. Did anyone else watch this fantastic film that was on Friday at midnight? I recall this film playing at theatres when I was in my late teens, but I never saw it because it was usually on at midnight, and I was never one to see midnight movies (I had a paper route that required me to get up at 5am every morning). Anyhow, I was pleasantly surprised at how good this film was. I have seen quite a few concert films (The Song Remains the Same, Give Me Shelter, Monterey Pop Festival, Woodstock, to name a few) and this was was the best by far. I grew up listening to The Band on AM radio, but I nev
  3. I agree 100% with your assessment of TCM. It is definitely the best movie channel on cable. AMC used to share that distinction, that is, until they compromised their programming with lame commercials and edited content. Now AMC is no different than TBS, Bravo or TNT. I truly hope that TCM will continue their present format and not give in to the temptation to go commercial.
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