Filled with depthless longing, “Share Your Love” gave this album an emotional center.
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Rick Danko’s voice, poignant now with aged wisdom, finds previously unknown depths.
And so the reflective ‘Northern Lights-Southern Cross’ ends, so full of promises.
“All I could do was admire it from afar,” he admits, “and long for something similar.”
Across the Great Divide: The Band, “It Makes No Difference” from Northern Lights-Southern Cross (1975)
A moment like few others from the Band, and Rick Danko’s greatest vehicle.
Here’s a greasy, funk-focused triumph that must have made Gamble and Huff turn green.
“Had you been there,” the Staple Singers star says, “you would have heard my heart pounding.”
One of their final aggregate triumphs traces a tale of alienation and redemption.
Sometimes known as the lost Band album, ‘Bobby Charles’ is an overlooked treasure of roots rock.
The bluesman found fame with a new generation of blues-loving rockers just before his death.