8 Replies to “ It Makes No Difference - The Band - To Kingdom Come (CD) ”

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of To Kingdom Come on Discogs. Label: Capitol Records - CDP 7 • Format: 2x, CD Compilation • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Folk Rock, Blues Rock, Classic Rock/5(6).
  2. Tracks , to taken from the LP "The Band". Tracks to taken from the LP "Stage Fright". Track taken from the LP "Rock Of Ages - The Band In Concert". Tracks to taken from the LP "Cahoots". Track taken from the LP "Moondog Matinee". Track taken from the B-Side of the Single "Ain't Got No Home"/5(2).
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of To Kingdom Come (The Definitive Collection) on Discogs/5(19).
  4. May 23,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about The Band - To Kingdom Come at Discogs. Complete your The Band collection/5(54).
  5. May 23,  · Tracks B3, B5 to C2 taken from the LP "The Band". Tracks C3 to C6 taken from the LP "Stage Fright". Track D1 taken from the LP "Rock Of Ages - The Band In Concert". Tracks D2 to D5 taken from the LP "Cahoots". Track E1 taken from the LP "Moondog Matinee". Track E3 taken from the B-Side of the Single "Ain't Got No Home"/5(13).
  6. Sadly, 3 out of 5 original Band members are not with us any longer and to most, their music has long since disapeared into oblivion. 'To Kingdom Come' is the most complete 'best of' album, in my opinion. Whether your after something for the Ipod, or an introduction to a unique group of individuals who collectively changed the face of music forever/5(15).
  7. Released in the fall of , To Kingdom Come is a double-disc set that purports to be "The Definitive Collection" and, in a sense, it does provide a good overview of the band's career. Over the course of 31 songs, the collection works its way through the hits and album tracks, adding such rarities as "Get Up Jake," "Back to Memphis," and "Lovin' You Is Sweeter Than Ever," even if it never touches on The 9/
  8. "It Makes No Difference" is a song written by Robbie Robertson and sung by Rick Danko that was first released by The Band on their album Northern Lights – Southern Cross. It has also appeared on live and compilation albums, including the soundtrack to the film The Last Waltz.

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