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Levon Helm - Ramble At The Ryman (2011) ** **

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Levon Helm - Ramble At The Ryman (2011) **  **
Levon Helm - Ramble At The Ryman (2011)
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Blues / Country / Blues Rock / Country Rock / Roots Rock / Rock & Roll
Dirt Farmer Music / Vanguard Records #79858-9 / 79976-9

On September 17, 2008, the legendary Levon Helm took his beloved Midnight Ramble on the road to one of America's treasured venues, Nashville's historic Ryman Auditorium. Accompanied by such luminaries as Buddy Miller, John Hiatt, Sheryl Crow, George Receli, Sam Bush and Billy Bob Thornton, the Levon Helm Band created an unforgettable night of stage magic. Ramble At The Ryman - Live CD & DVD (each sold separately) captures the joy, essence and reverence of Helm's live shows. This collection features the Levon Helm Band in a veritable tour through the American songbook, performing classics from Helm's tenure with The Band, as well as song's from his Grammy winning release Dirt Farmer and selections from artists such as Chuck Berry, the Carter Family and more. Ramble at the Ryman came on the heels of Dirt Farmer's stunning debut which won a Grammy in 2008 for Best Traditional Folk Album and landed Helm a spot in Rolling Stone's The 100 Greatest Singers of All Time.
Ramble At The Ryman - Live CD & DVD (each sold separately) captures the joy, essence and reverence of Helm's live shows. This collection features the Levon Helm Band in a veritable tour through the American songbook, performing classics from Helm's tenure with The Band, as well as song's from his Grammy winning release Dirt Farmer and selections from artists such as Chuck Berry, the Carter Family and more.
Ramble at the Ryman came on the heels of Dirt Farmer's stunning debut which won a Grammy in 2008 for Best Traditional Folk Album and landed Helm a spot in Rolling Stone's The 100 Greatest Singers of All Time. That same year Helm was also recognized by the Recording Academy with a lifetime achievement award as an original member of The Band and was given the "Artist of the Year" Award by the Americana Music Association. In 2009, Helm released Electric Dirt which marked his highest debut in Soundscan era at #36 and spent six consecutive weeks at #1 on the Americana Radio Chart. Helm won his second consecutive Grammy for Electric Dirt in the inaugural category of Best Americana Album in 2010.
The May 3rd release of Ramble at the Ryman coincides with the commemoration of Levon Helm Day on May 20th. Established in the House of Representatives by the Honorable Maurice D. Hinchey in May 2006, Mr. Hinchey declared "It is because of this great man, and the great music he produces that the Village of Woodstock, New York, has declared May 20th as Levon Helm Day. It continues to be an honor and a great pleasure for so many of us in New York and across America to bear witness to the incredible career and life of this very strong, extremely talented and generous man. I look forward to many more Midnight Rambles."
The Levon Helm Band continues to play to sold out crowds at his weekly ?Midnight Ramble' concerts in his hometown of Woodstock, NY. Since 2004, a who's who of artists and fans from around the world gather to share the stage and join in a celebration of this musical icon.

Levon Helm - Ramble At The Ryman (2011) **  **


Levon Helm is one of rock & roll's most indefatigable road warriors, a guy who would seemingly be happy to play every single night, but he's also a cancer survivor who is over 70 years old, and spending his days in a tour bus doubtless doesn't hold the sort of appeal it once did. Since 2004, Helm has been striking a compromise between his eagerness to perform and the rigors of touring with a series of shows he calls The Midnight Ramble, held at the recording studio located on the grounds of his home in Woodstock, New York. The Ramble shows feature Helm and his band playing with a handful of friends and guest artists each week, and the intimate gigs have been popular enough that Helm has been playing occasional Ramble-style concerts in larger venues in the United States and Europe. Ramble at the Ryman, as its title suggests, was recorded during a show at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium (the former home of The Grand Ol' Opry) in the fall of 2008, where his band (led by multi-instrumentalist Larry Campbell and vocalist and mandolinist Amy Helm) plays a handful of classic tunes from Helm's years with the Band and a couple numbers from his more recent solo efforts, while several guests step up to join the band throughout the evening, including Sheryl Crow, Buddy Miller, Sam Bush, John Hiatt, and Little Sammy Davis (the blues singer and harmonica player, not the late member of the Rat Pack). While Levon sings (and sings well) on several numbers, there are moments when one senses the revue-style show is partly in deference to his voice, which clearly isn't as strong or as resilient as it used to be. But Helm is still one of the most soulful drummers alive, and his work behind the kit is solid and joyous throughout, and his ensemble, capable of turning on a dime from spare and somber string band arrangements to rollicking New Orleans-style R&B, is superb, and does right by the half-dozen Band classics on the set list without slavishly copying the original arrangements. The guests are all clearly delighted to be on-stage with Levon and bring their A-game, and even when his voice strains to hit the higher notes, Helm still performs with an authority few living musicians can summon. Ramble at the Ryman may not be the same as hearing Levon Helm play for a few dozen guests at his studio - or for a few thousand fans at one of America's most venerable venues - but it captures a living legend on-stage proving he doesn't have to rest on his laurels to win applause, and this is a hell of a party coming from a guy well past retirement age.
Mark Deming, All Music

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