The mythical proportion that has graced "Music From Big Pink" has been there since the beginning. By the late sixties, everyone was buzzing about what Dylan and The Band were doing in upstate New York.
"Music From Pink" quaked the music world, it’s profound impact changed the perspective of the largest artists of the day. George Harrison was obsessed, Eric Clapton famously quit Cream and wanted to join The Band. . In an era saturated by fuzzy blues, acid rock and psychedelia, the authentic, raw and roots music of The Band was fresh air.
This episode we will go through The Band’s collective process for creating arguably their best album, the album that skyrocketed them to fame.
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