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Stage Fright

The Band

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1
Strawberry Wine
The Band
2:34
2
Sleeping
The Band
3:16
3
Time To Kill
The Band
3:26
4
Just Another Whistle Stop
The Band
3:51
5
All La Glory
The Band
3:34
6
The Shape I'm In
The Band
4:01
7
The W.S. Walcott Medicine Show
The Band
3:02
8
Daniel And The Sacred Harp
The Band
4:09
9
Stage Fright
The Band
3:41
10
The Rumor
The Band
4:14
Total Playing Time    35:48
Billboard 200 - #5, 1970

"I am excited about Stage Fright... It is an amazing acquaintance, pleasant to be with ..."
-Rolling Stone

The third album from The Band unveiled a darker, more rock focused sound from the group. While the first two albums highlight sweet vocal harmonies, this album has rougher edges and more cynical songwriting, summarizing and reflecting what The Band had learned about the price of fame. Stage Fright marked the first time The Band produced its own material, recorded mostly live off-the-floor in one two week session in a wooden theatre in Woodstock, New York. The album was mixed by a very young Todd Rundgren and then up-and-coming British producer Glyn Johns.
192 kHz / 24-bit and 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Capitol Records Studio Masters

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