There aren’t many details on the Amazon.com page yet, but here’s what we know: The Band Live At The Academy Of Music 1971 is spread out over four audio CDs and one video disc. The first two CDs are labeled as “Live At The Academy Of Music 1971 – The Rock Of Ages Concerts mixed by Bob Clearmountain.” We’re excited to hear what famed mix engineer Clearmountain, who’s worked with every big name in the industry, has done with the original Rock Of Ages mix. Discs 3 and 4 are labeled “New Year’s Eve At The Academy Of Music – Soundboard Mix,” that sure seems like the soundboard recording of The Band’s December 31, 1971 finale of the four-night run from which Rock Of Ages was culled. Then there’s the video disc and we look forward to the announcement of the track listing.
The only video from these shows that has been released was this clip of “Don’t Do It” from A Musical History…
We’ll keep you posted on this long-awaited release from The Band’s archives as details emerge.
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