Intimate Music: A History of the Idea of Chamber Music

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Perspectives on The Band and Its Members

Altman, Billy. “Greatest Hits and Misses,” Rolling Stone 230 (13 January 1977), 47-48, 51.

Aronowitz, Alfred G. “Friends and Neighbors Just Call Us The Band,” Rolling Stone 16 (24 August 1968), 1, 8.

Baer, Joshua. “The Robbie Robertson Interview,” Musician (May 1982), 58-71.

Bender, William, Jay Cocks and Molly Bowditch. “Down to Old Dixie and Back,” Time XCV/2 (12 January 1970), 42-46.

Bowman, Rob. “Life Is a Carnival,” Goldmine (26 July 1991).

Bruce, Dix. “Levon Helm,” Mandolin World News (Summer 1983), 5-11.

Chester, Andrew. “Second Thoughts on a Rock Aesthetic: The Band,” New Left Review 67 (1970). Reprinted in Simon Frith and Andrew Goodwin, eds. On Record: Rock, Pop, and the Written Word. New York: Pantheon Books, 1990. 315-19.

Davidson, Sara. “The Band in Suits and Ties,” The Boston Sunday Globe (June 1969).

DeCurtis, Anthony. “Robbie Robertson: The Saga of Storyville” [review of Storyville (1991)], Rolling Stone 616 (31 October, 1991), 87, 89.

Dougherty, Steve. “A Haunting Suicide Silences the Sweet, Soulful Voice of The Band’s Richard Manuel,” People (24 March 1986).

Dowling, Tom. “The Last Waltz: Know Them or Not, It’s Not a Bad Way to Learn All about The Band,” Washington Star (10 May 1978), 1, 4.

Emblidge, David. “Down Home with The Band: Country-Western Music and Rock,” Ethnomusicology XX/3 (September 1976), 541-52.

Farren, Mich. “Ten Years of Stage Fright: The Life and Times of Robbie Robertson and The Band,” New Music Express (17 June 1978).

Flanagan, Bill. “The Return of Robbie Robertson,” Musician (October 1987), 88-94, 96, 98, 113.

Flans, Robyn. “Levon Helm,” Modern Drummer (August 1984), 8-13, 3638, 40, 42, 45.

Glover, Tony. “Music From Big Pink,” Eye (October 1968).

Goldberg, Michael. “The Second Coming of Robbie Robertson,” Rolling Stone 513 (19 November 1987), 65-74.

______. “Robbie Robertson,” Rolling Stone 512 (5 November-10 December 1987), 187-89.

Goldstein, Richard. “‘Big Pink’ Is Just a Home in Saugerties,” New York Times (4 August 1968), Section 2: 20.

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