The Band – Cahoots (New Vinyl) (50th Anniversary Edition) (Half Speed Mastered)
New sealed copy. 2021 50th anniversary remastered and remixed reissue on 180 gram vinyl. Half speed mastered.
Cahoots is the fourth studio album by Canadian/American rock group the Band. It was released in 1971 to mixed reviews, and was their last album of original material for four years. The album's front cover was painted by New York artist/illustrator Gilbert Stone, while the back cover features a photograph portrait of the group by Richard Avedon. The album features guest vocals from Van Morrison. Libby Titus, the partner of drummer Levon Helm and mother of their daughter Amy Helm, also contributed uncredited backing vocals to "The River Hymn", the first time a woman appeared on a Band album.
Rolling Stone critic Jon Landau described the mood of the album as being "filled with a 'tinge of extinction.'"
In 2021, a "50th Anniversary" edition of the album was released containing a remix of the original tracks plus outtakes and a partial concert recording from the Olympia Theatre, Paris in May 1971.
A1 Life Is A Carnival
A2 When I Paint My Masterpiece
A3 Last Of The Blacksmiths
A4 Where Do We Go From Here?
A5 4% Pantomime
B1 Shoot Out In Chinatown
B2 The Moon Struck One
B3 Thinkin' Out Loud
B4 Smoke Signal
B6 The River Hymn