He helped lead the Band through the most iconic Thanksgiving celebration in rock history with 'The Last Waltz,' but he's also an artist who's celebrated his Native American heritage on recordings like 'Contact From the Underworld of Redboy,' so it shouldn't surprise anyone that Robbie Robertson has a somewhat complicated relationship with the holiday.
It's not just that the Band's classic 1972 live recording 'Rock of Ages' only scratched the surface of what the group did over four concerts during the final week of the previous year at New York City's Academy of Music. Turns out, guitarist/co-producer Robbie Robertson never liked how the original sounded.
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