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Genres: Folk, Pop, Rock
A live concert recording. Arlo teamed up with Shenandoah, a local band in the Berkshire mountain region of Massachusetts in the Fall of 1976. They toured together for about a decade. "One Night" is their debut recording. "... more »
A live concert recording. Arlo teamed up with Shenandoah, a local band in the Berkshire mountain region of Massachusetts in the Fall of 1976. They toured together for about a decade. "One Night" is their debut recording. "One Night" was actually recorded over many nights as the band went from place to place wherever their touring schedule took them. There is no fixing things up in the studio on this recording - It's all as it happened, when it happened. With David Grover, Terry A La Berry, Dan Velika, Steve and Carol Ide, Arlo romps through some of the funniest nights ever recorded - At least as far as they were concerned. You can hear them trying to continue as things get stranger and stranger in "The Story of Reuben Clamzo And His Strange Daughter in the Key of A." With versatile musicianship and great vocal harmonies Shenandoah became a fixture of Arlo's touring to the delight of crowds everywhere. Even today 25 years later, they remain close friends and have recently toured together again. Many of these same musicians are on almost all of Arlo's later recordings up to the present day.
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Arlo is GGGRRREEEAAATTT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
James E. Duckworth | Clinton, MD United States | 10/14/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I think Arlo is a great person. I also think he'd never boast about it or even realizes his greatness. His songs are insightful and some of them are down right silly. I myself have been listening to Arlo for 30 years. I have been to two live shows and one of them was with Pete Seeger. Right now at this moment I could put on any one of his albums and when it's over I will have felt many emotions. I will also feel like I have learned something new about humanity.