The Band - Northern Lights - Southern Cross album FLAC
Northern Lights – Southern Cross is the sixth studio album by Canadian-American rock group the Band, released in 1975. It was the first album to be recorded at their new California studio, Shangri-La, and the first album of all new material since 1971's Cahoots.
Northern Lights-Southern Cross totals eight songs in all, and he and the rest of the group rose to the occasion, luxuriating in the range afforded by the studio (christened Shangri-La, a reference to the idyllic haven for art and civilization in James Hilton's novel Lost Horizon - the vibes were that good).
For more about this song, see Peter Viney's article. A shepherd on a hillside, while over my flock I bide Oh a cold winter night a band of angels sing In a dream I heard a voice saying "fear not, come rejoice It's the end of the beginning, praise the new born king" CHORUS. I saw it with my own eyes, written up in the skies But why a simple herdsmen such as I And then it came to pass, he was born at last Right below the star that shines on high CHORUS
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Northern Lights – Southern Cross is the sixth studio album by Canadian-American rock group the Band, released in 1975.
Northern Lights - Southern Cross is The Band's shortest album, and it's always over too soon. This one definitely ranks pretty high up there for me as one of their top albums-worlds better than Cahoots and with moments that transcend a lot of their other material. It's such a pity they had to quit making music when their last album was this great
Even though Northern Lights-Southern Cross isn't The Band's official finale (the piecemeal Islands and the farewell concert The Last Waltz came later), it feels like the group's goodbye. Recorded at Shangri-La (the state-of-the-art 24-track studio the band built for itself in Malibu), Nothern Lights-Southern Cross took longer to record than any of The Band's other albums, and it showcases an older, wiser, and slightly wearier group. However, the album's overlooked songs might be even better. Highlighted by Garth Hudson's mercurial keyboards, "Jupiter Hollow" and "Rag and Bones" are cut from the same cloth. Their blend of sweet nostalgia and mysterious hurt seems a perfect place for The Band to close its career.
Northern Lights – Southern Cross. By: The Band (1976, Rock). More albums from The Band: Live At Watkins Glen by The Band. The Band In Concert – An Excerpt From Rock Of Ages by The Band. Palladium Circles by The Band. The Last Waltz by The Band. Rock Of Ages: The Band In Concert by The Band. Music From Big Pink by The Band. Jubilation by The Band. Live At The Academy Of Music 1971 (The Rock Of Ages Concerts) by The Band. View all albums . Northern Lights – Southern Cross.
Album Name Northern Lights - Southern Cross. Erscheinungsdatum 1975. Musik GenreCountry Rock. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen2. 4. Acadian Driftwood.
It Makes No Difference. Bonus tracks included on the 2001 reissue. Twilight (early alternate version). Christmas Must Be Tonight (alternate version).
|B1||Ring Your Bell||3:53|
|B2||It Makes No Difference||6:30|
|B4||Rags & Bones||4:42|
- Manufactured By – EMI Records (NZ) Ltd
- Producer – The Band
NotesOn label : Manufactured by E.M.I. New Zealand Limited
On rear cover: Marketed by EMI New Zealand Limited, P.O.Box 30-476, Lower Hutt
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