Live at Watkins Glen This famously wet festival performance of '73 — and its resulting chaos — inspired a most joyful noise, indeed. There are nice surprises here, including… The Band
Music Review

Music Review: 'Live at Watkins Glen' (1995)

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This famously wet festival performance of '73 — and its resulting chaos — inspired a most joyful noise, indeed. There are nice surprises here, including a crackling ''Time to Kill,'' and one spontaneous eruption (''Jam''), proving that The Band is rock & roll's greatest ensemble. Only this is unforgivable: We're given just half the show.

Originally posted May 12, 1995 Published in issue #274 May 12, 1995 Order article reprints