The Steam Engine's tribute to the late Levon Helm culminates with a legendary lost record The Band recorded but never released. After The Last Waltz in 1978 The Band, sans Robbie Robertson, rejoined to make a new record. Robertson was the principal songwriter in the band so they needed someone to produce for them. Enter Jules Shear, a Sony recording artist that wrote Cyndi Lauper's single "All Through The Night." Sony rejected the album and it's been circulating amongst fans since. Here it is for you to enjoy.
Let's keep the Helm's in our thoughts/prayers/wishes during this difficult time and again, please buy music that will benefit the Helm Estate.
Have a wonderful weekend everyone.
01 Tombstone, Tombstone (Jules Shear)
02 River Of Honey
03 All Creation
04 Baby Don't You Cry No More
05 The High Price Of Love (This song later appeared on High On The Hog)
06 Long Ways To Tennessee
07 Too Soon Gone (This song later appeared on Jericho)
08 Money Whipped
09 Never Again Or Forever (Jules Shear)
10 You Don't Know Me (Sung by the late Richard Manuel live in Tokyo, Sept 1, 1983 with The Band)