Episode 806: Levon Helm Studios and The Band




March 4, 2020


  • Bob Dylan and The Band “Please, Mrs. Henry” The Basement Tapes (Columbia) 1975
  • The Band “Acadian Driftwood” Northern Lights-Southern Cross (Capitol Records) 1975
  • Aretha Franklin “The Weight” This Girl’s in Love with You (Atlantic Records) 1970
  • The Band “Look Out Cleveland” The Band (Capitol) 1960


Patron of the pod Mike Kohli of Rome, New York gets to pick today’s topic.

We discuss his visits to Levon Helm Studios in Woodstock, which holds its famous “Midnight Ramble” shows. This then leads to a talk about The Band (of which Levon was a drummer and vocalist).

Mike actually wrote about this legendary studio for NYS Music. Check it out! – https://nysmusic.com/2019/11/27/the-church-of-levon-the-religious-experience-of-visiting-levon-helm-studios/

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Where credit is due: Photo of Levon Helms by Heinrich Klaffs, licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 2.0 Generic license.

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