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Levon Helm Rambles Home: An Appreciation (58:00 / 53:00)

From: Paul Ingles
Length: 57:50

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A one-hour music and commentary show about the late musician Levon Helm, drummer for the seminal Rock and Roll Hall of Fame group The Band, and a revered solo artist. Helm died April 19, 2012 at the age of 71 from a recurrance of throat cancer that had threatened his life as far back as 1997.

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A one-hour music and commentary show about the late musician Levon Helm, drummer for the seminal Rock and Roll Hall of Fame group The Band, and a revered solo artist.  Helm died April 19, 2012 at the age of 71 from a recurrance of throat cancer that had threatened his life as far back as 1997.  Award winning producer Paul Ingles, creator of public radio favorites on The Beatles, Bob Dylan, Paul Simon, Joni Mitchell, Clarence Clemmons, James Brown and more presents...
 
LEVON HELM RAMBLES HOME: AN APPRECIATION
 
Produced after Levon Helm died April 19, 2012, this program features Helms vocals and drumming with The Band, as well as some of his post-Band performances, with special attention given to his Midnight Ramble concerts held in recent years at his home in Woodstock, NY.  Among the commentators complimenting the music are music writer Anthony DeCurtis, musicians Shawn Colvin, Rich Pagano, and David Gans, Grammy Museum head Bob Santelli and other Levon fans plus archival clips of Levon Helm himself.

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A one-hour music and commentary show about the late musician Levon Helm, drummer for the seminal Rock and Roll Hall of Fame group The Band, and a revered solo artist.  Helm died April 19, 2012 at the age of 71 from a recurrance of throat cancer that had threatened his life as far back as 1997.  Award winning producer Paul Ingles, creator of public radio favorites on The Beatles, Bob Dylan, Paul Simon, Joni Mitchell, Clarence Clemmons, James Brown and more presents...
 
LEVON HELM RAMBLES HOME: AN APPRECIATION
 
Produced after Levon Helm died April 19, 2012, this program features Helms vocals and drumming with The Band, as well as some of his post-Band performances, with special attention given to his Midnight Ramble concerts held in recent years at his home in Woodstock, NY.  Among the commentators complimenting the music are music writer Anthony DeCurtis, musicians Shawn Colvin, Rich Pagano, and David Gans, Grammy Museum head Bob Santelli and other Levon fans plus archival clips of Levon Helm himself.

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Rock on, Paul and Levon!

Lovely tribute. So glad we have this piece to celebrate Levon. It says so much more than a cursory news piece. Thank you, Paul.

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Typically sensitive, comprehensive and loving tribute

As always, Paul seems to be jacked into the mainstream of why America's musical artists have changed our lives.

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Thank you

Great piece, Paul. Thank you for allowing me to be part of it.

Timing and Cues

58:00 Version Version

Show Open / Segment 1

Part A - 00:00:00 - 00:22:20
(segment Ends with :59 music bed that DOES include a vocal but can be ducked for local anncts.)

Part B- 00:22:21 - 00:38:40
(segment Ends with :59 music bed that DOES include a vocal but can be ducked for local anncts.)

Part C - 00:38:41 - 00:57:51

53:00 Version Version

Local Billboard

00:00:01 - 00:05:59 - Your Newscast

00:06:00 - 00:25:39 - Part A (segment ends with :59 music bed that includes a vocal but can be ducked for local anncts.)

00:25:40 - 00:40:35 - Part B (segment ends with :59 music bed that includes a vocal but can be ducked for local anncts.)

00:40:35 - 00:59:00 - Part C

Musical Works

Title Artist Album Label Year Length
Life is A Carnival The Band Greatest Hits. Capitol 2003 :00
The Weight The Band Greatest Hits. Capitol 2003 :00
Chest Fever The Band Greatest Hits. Capitol 2003 :00
Ophelia The Band The Last Waltz. Rhino 2003 :00
Atlantic City The Band Jericho. Pyramid Media 2006 :00
Rag Mama Rag The Band Greatest Hits. Capitol 2003 :00
Up On Cripple Creek The Band Greatest Hits. Capitol 2003 :00
The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down The Band The Last Waltz. Rhino 2003 :00
Remedy The Band Jericho. Pyramid Media 2003 :00
Milk Cow Boogie Levon Helm and the RCO All Stars Live at the Palladium New York City New Years. Levon Helm Studios 2006 :00
False Hearted Lover Blues Levon Helm Dirt Farmer. Vanguard Records 2007 :00
Wide Rivers To Cross Levon Helm Dirt Farmer. Vanguard Records 2007 :00

Related Website

http://www.paulingles.com