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  1. Levon Helm & The RCO Allstars -- 1978.02.07. Live @ the Superdome, New Orleans, LA Paul Butterfield - harmonica, vocals Fred Carter - guitar, vocals Steve Cropper - guitar Donald Dunn...

  2. Levon Helm and the RCO All-Stars is a 1977 album by the short-lived musical group of the same name. It was Levon Helm's first studio album independent of The Band. Track listing "Washer Woman" (Mac Rebennack) "The Tie That Binds" (Mac Rebennack, Bobby Charles Guidry) "You Got Me" (Booker T. Jones) "Blues So Bad" (Henry Glover, Levon ...

  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 1989 CD release of "Levon Helm And The RCO All-Stars" on Discogs.

  4. 14. Nov. 2013 · Shortly thereafter Cropper and Dunn joined Levon Helms RCO All-Stars and then received a call from John Belushi and Dan Aykroyd which resulted in the formation of the Blues Brothers Band.

  5. The All-Stars were a dream aggregation of of Levon Helm's favourite musicians, including names like Mac Rebennack (aka Dr. John), Paul Butterfield, Booker T. Jones, Donald "Duck" Dunn, Steve Cropper, Tom Malone, Alan Rubin and the two old-timers Henry Glover and Fred Carter from the Hawks-period. Only one track, "Blues So Bad", was written by ...

  6. 2. Jan. 1978 · The headlining act was Levon Helm and the RCO All Stars. Of the first two Band members to come forth with solo records, Mr. Helm's was inrenor to Rick Danko's. But one reason for that was...

  7. 24. März 2021 · Helm got together some of his favourite musicians such as three quarters of Booker T & The MG’s – Booker T Jones on keyboards, Steve Cropper on guitar and Donald “Duck” Dunn on bass. Drummer Al Jackson had been shot dead in 1975 although he wouldn’t have been needed as drumming duties were of course carried out by Helm himself.